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  • Berkeley Vale Neighbourhood Centre Inc.

    If you would like to find out more about BVNC Inc, go to our About Us Pages: BVNC Inc , BVNC Inc Membership , BVNC Inc Board of Governance . And you can find out more about our Service Organisations at Bateau Bay Neighbourhood Centre …

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  • Study shows income support payments inadequate/NSW Rebate Increase Update

    A recent ANU study has found that unemployment benefits are not enough for recipients to afford basic needs, according to an abc.net.au news article posted on 23rd August 2017 by David Coady. Basic standard of living costs (including food and energy bills) exceeded welfare payments …

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  • Bilby Toy Library now has an Online Library Service

    BVNC’s Bilby Toy Library now has an Online Library Service using SETLS Toy Library Software. Anyone with internet access can now view the Bilby Toy Library’s catalogue. Members can also log in and renew loans, reserve toys for borrowing, and access their member data such …

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  • Counselling at BVNC

    There is a Counselling Service available here at BVNC. Counsellor Ali provides Couple counselling, Individual Women’s and Men’s counselling, Relationship counselling, and Teenage counselling. You can find out more about her service at http://www.aliscounselling.com/. Rates start from $35, with Relationship/Family Counselling starting from $65. There …

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  • Help us to fund our Food Store

    BVNC would like to add to their Food Help Program by providing a better range of groceries and toiletries at a Food Store set up in the Centre, with items sold in a price range from 50c to $3.00 (something that is already part of …

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  • Community Garden Working Bee

    Find out more about Community Garden membership on our Garden page. You can also read or download our brochure by clicking on the picture (at left). Community Garden working bees are held on the first Saturday of every month. They last for about two hours …

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  • Volunteers recognised in Minister’s visit

    On Thursday 15 June, the Minister for Multiculturalism and Disability Services, the Hon Ray Williams, visited our sister Centre, Bateau Bay Neighbourhood Centre, to hear first hand about the work volunteers are doing. He presented Premiers Volunteer Recognition Program certificates to several volunteers and former …

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  • BVNC Brochure

    Click on the thumbnail to see our BVNC Brochure (in pdf). The Brochure may be useful for people who are new to the area, who are referring people looking for assistance, services or neighbourhood activities, or for people who are just curious about what we …

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  • Food Help at BVNC

    Need assistance with food? Berkeley Vale Neighbourhood Centre has fresh fruit and vegetables from Second Bite on most Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. We also often have good quality pantry items such as cereals, sauces, dinner mixes and spices. If you are in need of …

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  • 3-Year Funding Arrangements for NSW Community Builders from July

    The Minister for Family and Community Services, The Hon Pru Goward MP, has written to all NSW service providers about the Targeted Earlier Intervention (TEI) service reforms. As part of the Community Builders Program, Berkeley Vale Neighbourhood Centre in Glenning Valley and our sister organisation, …

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  • New Walking for Pleasure Program for 2017

    The new Walking for Pleasure Program for 2017 is now available to view or download on our Walking for Pleasure Group page. This page also has a Brochure and Registration Form for new walkers wanting to find out more. Back to Home Page

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  • Volunteers Wanted

    Toy Library/Office Support volunteers wanted (Minimum 4 hrs/week). We need professional, courteous volunteers to assist us with the running of our Bilby Toy Library which is located here at Berkeley Vale Neighbourhood Centre in Glenning Valley. You should have a warm, friendly manner, an interest …

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