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Childhood Educators join forces for busy parents

Over 50 Childhood Educators have joined forces to provide busy parents across the greater Parramatta region a network of carers to depend on. The Educators come together under Holroyd City Council’s Family Day Care (FDC) service, which provides in-home care and education for 0-13 year olds before and after school, casually, in the evenings, overnight, […]

Holroyd sings Happy Birthday to Mr Witt

In celebration of a very special birthday, Holroyd Community Food Services hosted a party for long-time client and 105-year-old Mr William Witt on Wednesday 16 April at the Holroyd Centre. The occasion included a formal lunch, congratulatory speeches, birthday cake, and entertainment for Mr Witt and guests. “We’re privileged and delighted to share this wonderful […]

Make your move at McCredie Park

Fans of netball and tennis will enjoy a new $105,000 dual use court at Holroyd City Council’s McCredie Park in Guildford. The new facility is the first stage of the McCredie Park Landscape Masterplan 2009 and includes removable fittings for use by netball or tennis, perimeter fencing and lighting. “Our commitment to provide modern facilities […]

New way to watch sport at Ringrose Oval

A 500-seater grandstand, that gives spectators a better view of the games at Ringrose Oval, was officially declared open by Holroyd City Mayor Nasr Kafrouni on Friday 11 April. The new Ringrose Oval Grandstand with 300 covered and 200 open-air seats also includes an amenities block with change rooms and toilets, a room for referees, […]

Share your story in time for Anzac Day

To commemorate the Anzac Centenary, Holroyd City Council is encouraging its multicultural communities to come together and share their stories from the First World War at the Guildford Community Centre on Thursday 24 April. The event, a celebration of the Anzac tradition and spirit, tells Australia’s World War One history and creates an open space […]

Say Hay to storytime

Families from Hay in rural New South Wales got a taste of what’s to come when their version of Holroyd City Council’s ‘Paint the Town REaD’ program rolls into town. Hay will adopt Holroyd’s initiative, as part of their alliance developed back in 2010, to help improve literacy and reading skills in regional NSW. “Through […]

Swinging in the rain a success

Despite the rain, nearly 140 players kept smiling and swinging for the Children’s Hospital at the Mayoral Charity Golf Day, hosted by Holroyd City Council on Friday 4 April. The event, held at Cumberland Country Golf Club, raised $30,000 for the Children’s Hospital at Westmead, for crucial equipment and resources. “The Children’s Hospital at Westmead […]

New strokes for kids

Visit Holroyd Art and Craft Society’s Exhibition at Holroyd City Council, from Wednesday 9 April to Tuesday 15, for child-friendly ways to entertain the kids these school holidays. The free children’s art activities, as part of the Society’s Exhibition at Council Chambers in Merrylands from 9am to 4:30pm, will give local families ideas about how […]

A time to remember why safety rules

As an advocate of safe work practices, Holroyd City Council will honour the memory of those who have lost their lives through a workplace injury or illness on Saturday 3 May at the Workplace Tragedy Memorial site in Merrylands. The memorial service, held at the former Goodlet and Smith Brick site, invites families to come […]