Redfern may refer to:

  • Redfern, New South Wales, a suburb of Sydney
  • Redfern (surname), people with the surname Redfern
  • Redfern Froggatt, British footballer
  • Redfern (couture), a London couture house which had branches in Paris and the United States.

Other articles related to "redfern":

Black Theatre (Sydney) - Moving On - The Future of The Site
... Black Theatre building was handed over to the Redfern Aboriginal community, to a group called the Organisation for Aboriginal Unity (OAU), after its ... Charles Perkins wanted the site to be developed as a cultural centre for the Redfern community, but there were never any funds to redevelop the site ... Local Land Council another, the Aboriginal community established another organisation called the Redfern Aboriginal Authority, reforming late in 2004 following suggestions that the NSW Government ...
Alastair Redfern
... Alastair Llewellyn John Redfern (born 1 September 1948) is the current Bishop of Derby in the Church of England ... Redfern was educated at Christ Church, Oxford ... Redfern received a Doctor of Philosophy degree in 2001 ...
Pete Redfern
... Peter Irvine Redfern is a former Major League Baseball pitcher ... Redfern was the Twins' first-round pick, and the first pick overall in the secondary phase of the 1976 draft ... On April 6, 1982, Redfern was the starting pitcher in the first Twins game at the Hubert H ...
Alastair Redfern - Styles
... Alastair Redfern Esq (1948–1976) The Revd Alastair Redfern (1976–1987) The Revd Canon Alastair Redfern (1987–1997) The Rt Revd Alastair Redfern (1997–2001) The Rt Revd Dr ...
Steve Redfern - Coaching Record
... Redfern spent several years fighting with the RFU to be reinstated to Rugby Union ... Redfern was allowed to come back to Rugby Union as a coach, starting with the local Leicestershire team Wigston ... Redfern worked with the team through the six national and European championships ...