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Come join the conversation

16 Apr 2015

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The Cafe Kere Kere team at Boyd Community Hub is calling on Southbank residents to have a “Community Conversation.”

Following the recent closure of the Southbank Farmers Market, the event is being staged to provide residents and local stakeholders with a chance to discuss ways of reactivating Southbank by establishing a new regular community event.

The initiative is the brainchild of Cafe Kere Kere’s James Murphy who is calling on anyone with ideas to get along and join the conversation.

“With the recent closure of the Southbank Farmers Market, it prompted us to ask the question ‘what does the Southbank community want for itself’?” he said.

“In this spirit we have decided to host a ‘Community Conversation’ to encourage dialogue and an exchange of ideas.”

“Our objective is not an outcome but, instead, to seek permission for further exploration and development within the Southbank community.”

Since opening its doors in 2012, Kere Kere Southbank has emerged as a prominent meeting place for the Southbank community having hosted and facilitated a variety of community events and initiatives.

The “Community Conversation” will start at 6pm on Tuesday, April 21. Free wine and cheese and will be provided.

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