Capture Kingswood

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Live, work or study in Kingswood? You’re invited to capture the people, places and things that matter to your neighbourhood, and help shape its future.

Capture Kingswood is a new creative project that needs your photos, stories, poems and artworks to capture the heart of Kingswood and tell its unique story.

Council’s Neighbourhood Renewal team will be collecting these stories and images to display them for the community to enjoy. All of them will be shared online, and selected works will be displayed in special places around the local neighbourhood.

How to get involved

You can get involved by attending pop up events, and sharing your Kingswood story online.

Come to a pop up event

Get involved at one of our pop up events and create new memories and stories with your neighbours. We’ll be popping up all over Kingswood throughout February and March, with free activities for everyone to enjoy.

The dates and places of these events are in the right column of the page.

Tell your story online

You can upload your stories, poems, photos and artworks in the ‘Stories’ tab below, and tell us about the places in Kingwsood that matter to you, in the ‘Places’ tab.

Live, work or study in Kingswood? You’re invited to capture the people, places and things that matter to your neighbourhood, and help shape its future.

Capture Kingswood is a new creative project that needs your photos, stories, poems and artworks to capture the heart of Kingswood and tell its unique story.

Council’s Neighbourhood Renewal team will be collecting these stories and images to display them for the community to enjoy. All of them will be shared online, and selected works will be displayed in special places around the local neighbourhood.

How to get involved

You can get involved by attending pop up events, and sharing your Kingswood story online.

Come to a pop up event

Get involved at one of our pop up events and create new memories and stories with your neighbours. We’ll be popping up all over Kingswood throughout February and March, with free activities for everyone to enjoy.

The dates and places of these events are in the right column of the page.

Tell your story online

You can upload your stories, poems, photos and artworks in the ‘Stories’ tab below, and tell us about the places in Kingwsood that matter to you, in the ‘Places’ tab.

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  • 3 words that describe Kingswood:

    by anon, about 2 years ago

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  • False security of a segregated cycle path

    by Tim Rowe, about 2 years ago

    I was so excited when I saw Penrith had a bike plan. After the cycle paths were completed I tried riding to work one morning. I was bewildered when I got to O'Connell Street. There was no crossing. The path stopped a foot short of the kerb. The peak hour traffic was relentless without a gap turning in and out of O'Connell street from the Highway. After waiting several minutes I dashed the gauntlet on foot thanking life I wasn't skittled. I have not tried again since. Several years later the intersection still does not have a crossing despite my... Continue reading

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  • Kingswood .... a Visual Picnic

    by lk18, about 2 years ago

    When I think of Kingswood I remember Visual Picnic... A community event held in Wainwright Park full of colour, artworks, families, community, and afternoon sunshine.

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