About the Naremburn Progress Association

The NPA was founded in 1901 and incorporated in 2004. We are a voluntary, not-for-profit, non-political, non-sectarian body of local citizens striving to “promote the welfare and advancement of the community in the Naremburn area”.

Our purpose is to promote the welfare and advancement of the community in the Naremburn area. Public meetings are usually held at Naremburn Community Centre, Central Street, Naremburn, on the 2nd Thursday every 2 months (except January and July) and begin at 7:30 pm. There have been changes to this schedule due to covid so please contact us for the latest meeting details. All members and residents are welcome.

Our Purpose

To promote the welfare and advancement of the community in the Naremburn area.

Meetings

Public meetings are held at Naremburn Community Centre, Central Street, Naremburn. Meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday every 2 months (except January and July) and begin at 7:30 pm. All members and residents are welcome.

Open Forums

At the start of each meeting, there is a 15 minute forum for residents to raise issues of concern or to provide information to the meeting.

NPA Elections

Held at the Annual General Meeting set down for the second Thursday of March each year.

Publication

Naremburn Matters, a quarterly publication, March, June, September, December, that is hand-delivered to all households and businesses in Naremburn.

 

Bank

Westpac, St Leonards
BSB 032 297
Account No. 20 1474

 

Postal Address

PO Box 393
St Leonards NSW 1590

Volunteers Needed

Why Volunteer? Change a life…your own!
Volunteering is good for you and your community. Benefits include:

  • Building your self-esteem and/or confidence
  • Learning or developing your skills and interests
  • Finding a pathway to enhance work experience
  • Enhancing your physical health and mental well-being
  • Meeting new people or broadening your social circle
  • Expressing your gratitude for help you may have received
  • Supporting a cause you feel strongly about, and adding value to the organisations that support the community