Great news! Notting Hill Neighbourhood House is back open and we are excited for you all to see the new classes and events we have in store for term 1.
All are welcome to pop down into the centre in our office hours. Please make sure to follow the below COVID-19 regulations to keep our community safe.
- Can reopen for all purposes – no patron caps with a density quotient of 1 per 2sqm with electronic record keeping, and 1 per 4sqm if using manual record keeping
- Adult education can resume with no density quotient in classroom settings
- Indoor exercise classes limited to 50 people with a density quotient of 1 per 4sqm
- Indoor mask wearing will remain mandatory, and masks must be worn outdoors if 1.5m distance cannot be maintained
For more information, see the Premier’s Statement which includes a table outlining the updated restrictions.
We have pushed our Chinese/Lunar New Year Celebration to the 13th March 2021 in order to keep our community safe. You can book tickets for the event here.
If you are in a position to volunteer that day, please sign up here
Our Timetable for Term 1 is now available on our website.
If you have any question write to us at email@example.com or,
call us on 03 9561-0114. Our office hours are: Monday to Friday 10 am to 3 pm
We look forward to seeing you around!
Notting Hill Neighbourhood House is a vibrant NH that is devoted to enriching the lives of our diverse community through a variety of programs and services that encourage life long learning and social inclusion.
Established in 2007, we have become a community hub engaging, working with and responding to our growing community.
In the last twelve months the Notting Hill Neighbourhood House committee has seen renewal in our programs and communications to engage with the diverse community and a new manager was appointed.
A fresh bold look was sought for the logo which would be inclusive and appealing to all members of the Notting Hill and Monash community. The new logo has colours of blue and yellow which represent a mix of trustworthiness and energy. The green symbolises growth and a feeling of relaxation. The angles represent the pitched roof of our neighbourhood house and a sense of purpose.
We hope the new logo resonates with old and new community members. That through all our communications we can reach and engage with as many people as possible and continue to serve the community.