City of Melbourne, Correspondence from Australian Labour Party , Flemington Branch

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City of Melbourne, Correspondence from Australian Labour Party , Flemington Branch is associated with 56 McConnell Street, Kensington located at these coordinates -37.79173, 144.92848


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Correspondence from Australian Labour Party, Flemington Branch

Record Citation: PROV VPRS 3183
Record URL: http://access.prov.vic.gov.au/public/component/daPublicBaseContainer?component=daViewSeries&entityId=3183
Agency: VA 511 Melbourne (Town 1842-1847; City 1847-ct)
Agency URL: http://access.prov.vic.gov.au/public/component/daPublicBaseContainer?component=daViewAgency&entityId=511
Date: 17 March 1947
Record Type: Correspondence
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AUSTRALIA FIRST

AUSTRALIAN LABOUR PARTY

FLEMINGTON BRANCH

[UNION LABEL 1?]

[?]



H.S. WOOTTON

TOWN CLERK

19/3/x7


1357


MEETS AT KENSINGTON

TOWN HALL SECOND

MONDAY IN THE MONTH


TOWN CLERK'S

18MAR1947

OFFICE


17th March, 1947.


Secretary:

J. J. HOLLAND

56 McConnell Street

Kensington, W.1


President:

Mr. L. FAY


Vice-Presidents:

Mr. C. BOWLER

Mr. E. F. HOCTOR


Treasurer:

Mrs. BENT


Committee:

Mr. J. CROTTY

Mr. R. CLAREY

Mr. J. MADDEN


Ladies' Committee:

Mrs. E. FAY

Mrs. M. HAYES

Miss M. HAYES


The Town Clerk,

Town Hall,

MELBOURNE. C.1.


Dear Mr. Wooton,


At our last branch meeting members requested that I bring under notice the lack of kindergarten accommodation in the Hopetoun Ward area and the desirability of implementing the Council's plan for more kindergartens. In Newmarket and Kensington are three subsidised kindergartens, all filled to capacity and with large waiting lists, as well as the Hopetoun Free Kindergarten, which is also full and has a waiting list of 95 children.


I understand that a site for another Council Kindergarten has been tentatively selected in Epsom Road, Kensington, and my members consider that this locality is badly in need of such a desirable social amenity. We earnestly suggest that the time is opportune, the need urgent, and the benefits to the children, and the community, great.


We hope, therefore, that the Council, through its Health Committee, will give sympathetic and favourable treatment to this request.


Yours faithfully,


Acting Secretary.

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