THE KNITTERS GUILD Every third Thursday of the month, 11.00am - 1.00pm


Meeting monthly in the Common Room


The Knitters’ Guild NSW was founded more than thirty years ago, with the purpose of promoting and encouraging the skills of knitting and crochet amongst its members and the wider community. The Inner West group are a small friendly group of knitters and crocheters who love sharing their works in progress, learning new techniques and welcome new members. No booking necessary, please come down and join us on the day.


If you have any questions, please contact the Inner West group: Convenor Mary-Helen Ward





Pocket City Farms is a productive hub the local community can gather to learn about all things farming and food growing, buy local produce grown with organic principles, participate in the volunteer program, and take part in many workshops and events.

In the surrounds of their productive green space in the city Pocket City Farms run regular workshops across a range of sustainable lifestyle topics from growing food in small spaces to native stingless beekeeping, and wooden spoon carving to natural indigo dyeing.

They hold monthly crop swaps with Crop Swap Sydney for trading home harvests, as well as weekly volunteer sessions enabling you to dig your hands in the soil and learn food growing skills direct from the farmer. Meanwhile you can also take a yoga class outdoors overlooking the farm, or bring the kids along for a Little Farmers session.

The produce from their ecological market garden is available each week at the Pocket City Farm Store, along with other goods from local producers, including organic sourdough and local tea.




Camperdown Project
An initiative of Canterbury-Hurlstone Park RSL Club
Canterbury-Hurlstone Park RSL Club