Thank you from doMore

I'd like to thank you for being involved in the community and the team and I hope that you've received value from being a part of it.

doMore was our original passion project born out of the desire to help connect people wanting to learn something new with experts that could teach them over 10 years ago.

Over the years we have helped almost 70,000 learners connect with one of over 1,500 courses and providers, across the country. For that, we're very proud and grateful for your contribution. also served to teach us about how to help measure and improve business performance and inspired the launch and growth of two other companies as a result, one of which we've decided to dedicate our resources and energy to making great.

We'll be switching the site off on Tuesday 31st of July. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us directly on [email protected].

Thanks again and good luck with your teaching endeavours in the future.

Warm regards,

The doMore team.

Christmas Present Cake with Cindy Chim

North Sydney, NSW

Subject: Cooking

Bring an edible present to your next celebration! Learn to marzipan a fruitcake, cover it with fondant, make simple decorations and cover a board. Feel free to bring your homemade fruitcake (or use one provided). Cost includes $60 worth of materials and a beautifully decorated cake. Sunday, 24th November, 1pm-5pm, $95.


Please contact us for upcoming dates and/or more information about this class.


North Sydney Community Centre
220 Miller Street
North Sydney, NSW 2060

Price: $95.00


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In 1972, a small group of local women and children occupied two derelict terraces in Ridge Street and set up the fledgling...

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In 1972, a small group of local women and children occupied two derelict terraces in Ridge Street and set up the fledgling group that eventually become the North Sydney Leisure Centre. Before that, the group had been fruitlessly lobbying North Sydney Council for a venue to provide creative after school activities for local children. Using the Ridge Street premises as their base, they put the issue high on the local agenda and within a few months, Council offered them a more suitable premises. The group was given a week-by-week ‘lease’ on the old Meals on Wheels building just behind James Place which was earmarked for demolition to make way for a major development. The Centre remained in that building until 2005 when it was demolished to make way for a grand new Community Centre. More on that later! The first step taken by the group was the organisation of a Medieval Fair to raise funds for repairs to the old building. Dr. Tony Vinson, then Director of the Bureau of Criminal Statistics and Research, spoke enthusiastically about the social benefits of the project. The After School program was the first activity to be established and a year later, playsessions for the under 5’s were commenced. Special interest adult classes were introduced around the same time, offering - weaving, breadmaking and pottery – a true reflection of the seventies! The entire project was run by an enthusiastic group of volunteers. The Centre was originally set up under the auspice of the Creative Leisure Movement but broke away in July 1975 to form an independent organisation. However, the name ‘Leisure’ remained.

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