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Get to know your neighbours

02 Dec 2014

Docklanders are invited to the final Docklands Social Club function for the year on Tuesday, December 9.

The date is a departure from the usual second Wednesday of the month to avoid a clash with the community association’s break up.

Everyone is welcome to attend the Social Club at Cargo (55 NewQuay Promenade) from 7.30 pm.

There will be at least 30 minutes of mingling and meeting other Docklanders before guests can choose to sit down and eat.

The event moves around Docklands each month so that locals can expand their horizons and get to know their suburb.

At the last event at Chiara on November 12, there were plenty of familiar faces but also plenty of newcomers entering into the spirit of community.

Apart from the mingling at the start, there is no formal structure to the evening.  Guests pay their own way directly with the venue.

Victoria Harbour should be looking good from Cargo, a newcomer to the Docklands restaurant scene.  Cargo has a great reputation for its food, reasonable prices and range of tap beers and other drinks.

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