COMING UP in 2020
We have almost completed the Fit Outs needed to expand our Soup Kitchen and Food relief program storage and overall capacity.
We will be building new food gardens to support our Food Relief programs so we can provide more fresh veges to people in need.
Our Tools and Equipment Library will reopen in January for community borrowing and skills development workshops will commence in 2020 for existing or prospective tools and equipment library members.
A large variety of workshops will continue to provide skills and raise funds to keep the doors open.
7 Sibley Street will continue to operate as a satellite hub of NNIC, providing info about our services and referrals into programs.
It will continue to function as a key composting and recycling hub in the community, aiming to develop a social enterprise recycled plastics project in 2020.
It will also continue to function as a promotional hub for local producers to enhance our local economy and job opportunities.
MORE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
We need more volunteers so we can open 7 Sibley St more often. If you have skills or local products to share you could run a workshop or a stall at the same time as keeping an eye on our small shop and also the Tools and Equipment Library. There are loads of interesting jobs to do at 7 Sibley St, so come on down and get involved. Either drop in and chat to Steph during opening hours OR email her on email@example.com
We are open at 7 Sibley Street Nimbin, Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays 10.30am- 2pm. Drop in to see the latest developments, find out about getting involved, join our Community Tools library, learn new skills at our workshops, and support local makers and producers.
This WAS 7 Sibley Street, Nimbin, New South Wales, Australia.
As you can see from this picture, the site is located in the middle of the village next to the Nimbin Skate Park and across the road from the Community Centre. Its purpose is to house a bunch of community projects and activities connected to affordable housing and sustainable living.
The BIG PLAN is to construct a new building on the site which demonstrates and resources affordable and sustainable building, housing and living in general. And which supports employment and economic opportunities for people in need, as well as supporting our Food Relief programs.
We bought it in 2012 and paid off the loan in 2015.
In 2016 we installed a shipping container on site so we could begin to salvage and collect building materials.
In March 2018, we received our Development Application approval to move the house, our Construction Certificate and in December 2018 we completed Stage One building works. A lot of time, professional expertise & volunteer efforts made this happen (watch here): 7 Sibley St – Moving the House
We always welcome help, please get in touch at the NNIC or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be a part of the project or contribute to make it the best it can be for the community.