ABOUT US – THE HBRG
MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT
Welcome to our new web site
The committee has worked closely with our Web Master Rob Watson of BIGSHOTS Design to create a site that provides local news, useful and essential information, including a list of Emergency numbers and generally things of interest.
You can see from our mission statement that our aim is provide useful and relevant assistance to you, our neighbours, and to be proactive in approaching the various arms of Government where necessary.
Our Committee members are always available for a chat, so if you see one of us having coffee or walking the dog, say “Hello” and air your grievance. Or preferably, give us your ideas on how we can make the Bay & Killcare area even better.
We come from that school of thought that says: “Don’t just present the problem, come with your ideas on how to solve it! We may be able to confirm your thinking, or maybe come up with a better solution.
You will notice the inclusion of photos. Our intention is to refresh these photos fairly regularly and also to create a Photo Album to store them. We would love to receive more photos. So if you would like to see your name in lights, please send them to our email address) and complete the details in our CONTACT section. Include a brief description of the shot and yourself. Your name and details will only appear if you want them to.
Working for a positive lifestyle and healthy environment in our community
WHAT WE DO – WHAT WE STAND FOR
The Hardys Bay Residents Group was established to provide a voice for the community’s views on issues which impact, or may impact the area and our positive lifestyles.
Our PRIMARY GOAL is to promote and preserve the unique character, charm and the healthy environment of Hardys Bay, Pretty Beach, Wagstaffe and Killcare.
We will support proposals that enhance this goal and will work in a positive fashion to assist a better outcome where differences occur.However, we will fight against proposals that will clearly have a negative effect.. Whilst some changes are inevitable, our challenge is to monitor such change and work with other Community Groups and Council as best we can for the long term benefit of current and future residents.
Members are encouraged to air their views and to contact us for advice.
With over 300 local members, many of whom are only part-time, but passionate residents, we invite you to join us and become a member. We hold regular meetings seeking resident input and opinions, as well as calling special meetings to discuss topical issues.