February 2016 – Beaufort Street Network

Pizza & Croquet – 3-7pm, Sun 10 April

 Join us for an afternoon of croquet and sunshine fuelled by scrumptious pizza thanks to Crust Pizza! This community event presented by the Beaufort Street Network will be a whole lot of fun, no matter what age!

When: 3pm – 7pm, Sunday 10 April 2016

Where: Forrest Park Croquet Club

Cost: Tickets are $40 and includes your game of croquet and as much Crust Pizza as you can eat!!

Tickets: There are limited tickets so be sure to gather your friends and buy tickets online now.

Forrest Park Croquet Club is a BYO licensed venue with kids under 12 years of age playing for free. All proceeds are going towards the Beaufort Street Network and it’s goal to create more community-driven events for the people of Mount Lawley and Highgate.

There are limited tickets so be sure to gather your friends and buy tickets online now.

Stay updated on the event –https://www.facebook.com/events/1664122157180759/

Beaufort Street Window Carnevale

The Beaufort Street Window Carnevale will see cash prizes of $250 paid to businesses who decorate their shop windows or residents who spruce up their front yard.

Great Window Carnevale2

The Carnevale is being run by the City of Stirling and Inglewood on Beaufort. Business and residents between Walcott Street, Mount Lawley and Salisbury Street, Inglewood (including side streets) can get involved.

Inglewood on Beaufort is providing cash prizes of $250 for each of eight categories, and you can win more than one category! The categories are:

  • Best Window
  • Best Front Yard
  • Best Mt Lawley entry
  • Best Inglewood entry
  • Best Artwork (from galleries/art collectives)
  • Best Primary School entry
  • Best Secondary School entry
  • Lucky Voter

All you need to do is register and create a window or front yard display by 14 March 2020 that: uses at least 50% recycled, found or everyday objects; gives a nod to the Easter theme; and gives a nod to who you are.

For more information and to register, go to www.stirling.wa.gov.au/development/Projects/Pages/placemaking.aspx

Example of what you can do to win a prize in the Great Window Carnevale
Example of what you can do to win a prize in the Great Window Carnevale

The old Benjamin’s bead shop window in Inglewood has been decorated by Juliet Borshoff of Design Merchants.

Now it’s time to get creative with your own display, or to donate a window for local artists and schools.

Beaufort Street Crime Prevention Forum

Our friends at Inglewood on Beaufort have organised a forum to discuss crime prevention following a spate of break-ins in Inglewood. All Network members and Mount Lawley residents are also welcome. Here’s the details –

What: Forum on Crime Prevention

When: 6.00 – 7.30pm, Thursday, 25 February 2020

Where: Bob Daniels Community Centre – 891 Beaufort Street, Inglewood

RSVP: Inglewood on Beaufort Secretary: Damien Giudici by text 0430 0436 094 or email: damieng@abngroup.com.au

Tea and coffee will be supplied. The forum will discuss the issue of local crime & prevention with members of the Police force and the City of Stirling’s Security Services. The objectives are:

  • Obtain an understanding of the issues from the perspective of the local Police and the City’s Security Services
  • Identify ways to deter criminal activity in our locality collaboratively.