Great news, after the success of the last coffee truck at Willsmere, the same people will be back tomorrow morning to keep us all awake and alert!Please support this great innitiative by stopping in at the main entrance of Willsmere between 8am and 10am Saturday morning (August 10th).Feedback from

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Thank you to everyone who volunteered to take part in the annual Open House Melbourne event two weeks ago.It's a great way to show Willsmere off to new people, a good way to learn more about the history of this amazing place we live in and just a fun time to get out and socialise with your

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As per the physical note that was delivered to all letterboxes, please be advised that the code for the carpark gates has been changed today. If you don't already have the code, please contact Joel, our Facility Manager.Joel is also able to provide assistance with changing the code if you aren't

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On the evening of the 26th July, the first Willsmere Owners Community Forum was held in the library. This first session was more of an informative introduction of forum and future sessions will have more time for discussion and questions from the community. So make sure you’re thinking about any

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The dispute around the procedure in which the Bus service was transferred to an external contracted service by the Committee of Management (CoM) in 2017 was ruled on at VCAT on the 25th July 2018.  Although the CoM followed advice given at the time with the best intentions, it has been ruled that

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Come join the Garden sub-CoM (Nathan, Mitra J, David, Mitra A-O and Andrew) on their monthly walk around the Willsmere Gardens. Dates:  9.00am Sunday 5-Aug, 2-Sep, 7-Oct, 4-Nov, 2-Dec 2018 The monthly walk is an initiaive of the Garden sub-CoM to take a look at how the gardens are going, spot any

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When:  7.30pm Monday 20th August Where: Apartment 18 The book:  Extinctions by Josephine Wilson Winner of the 2017 Miles Franklin Literary Award.Miles Franklin Award Judging panel chair Richard Neville stated Wilson’s novel, “explores ageing, adoption, grief and remorse, empathy and

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As a popular inclusion to Open House Melbourne, we are fortunate to showcase our property to the wider public through guided tours of the grounds. You are invited to join other Willsmere residents, owners, and your friends in a rehearsal tour led by a volunteer tour guide on Saturday July 21 at 4pm

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To help alleviate the issue of hard rubbish build up, we have updated the web site with all future collection dates for the next twelve months. There are clear guidelines on what is and is not allowed and the process for making use of the area.  Please make sure to follow these guidleines in the

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Below is the latest communication from the intercom specialists we have been working with:   Morning Joel, Thanks for contacting us. We total understand that this is a matter of urgency as all residents are affected by the faulty master door station. As explained this morning, to replace part

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The Owners Corporation has been working on a solution for the intercom system malfunction and understand the frustration of residents that have been affected. We have engaged a new contractor who is an expert in this area so that we can get this fixed shortly. We believe we have found the issue

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Please put Wednesday the 20th of June (7.30pm) in your diaries!  Stephen Brend, the "Grey-headed Flying-fox Project Officer"for Yarra Bend Park, is coming to present his considerable knowledge about our near (getting nearer!) neighbours. The event will be held in the Library. Stephen will inform us

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‘The Maddest Place on Earth’? Yes, you’ve guessed it - Melbourne!  Clinical Psychologist Jill Giese will visit Willsmere to speak about her new book which presents true stories from the Asylum’s early days with a modern mental health perspective. Join us at 3pm on Sunday 1 July 2018 in the

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Pleasse be advised that tomorrow (Friday) there will be an interuption to the water supply between 10am and 2pm. We apologise for the short notice but repair works need to be carried out as soon as possible.  At this stage we cannot say which areas will be affected but thanks to the program of

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Location

Willsmere is located at Wiltshire Drive (access via Yarra Boulevard), Kew VIC 3101