Fremantle Network returns on Monday 27 March

The Fremantle Network returns on Monday 27 March featuring:

Adam Jorlen from enkel with an update on plans for the Naval Store and Adin Lang – Friends of Hollis Park and Landcare Australia.

enkel is a collective with a mission to create a new generation of change-makers in WA.

They do this through hosting events & workshops, supporting early-stage social enterprises, running open innovation labs, and much more.

Their plans are well underway to convert the Naval Store at the base of Cantonment Hill into a school for changemakers, including coworking, makerspaces, learning hubs, a climbing wall and café.

Adin Lang is working to establish the Fremantle Landcare Group; a collective of local “friends of” groups to pool resources, funding and share tools and expertise. He hopes to bring together the friends of Boo Park, Clontarf Hill, Cantonment Hill and others locals who love our parks and greenspaces to enable new projects and greater impact through collaboration.

Join us for the discussion from 6pm, Monday 27 March, upstairs at the National Hotel, Fremantle.

 

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