Unable to afford $10,000 bill for security against Muslim attack church cancels annual New Year’s street party

‘It’s just evil’: Church overlooking Sydney Harbour forced to cancel their popular New Year’s Eve fireworks party over TERROR fears – because they can’t afford the $10,000 bill for security and bollards to stop an attack

An Anglican church with a view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge has been forced to cancel an annual New Year’s Eve street party over terrorist attack fears.

St Aidan’s at Longueville, on the lower north shore, had hired bands or put on an annual family-friendly sausage sizzle on the last day of the year since 1999.

The event grew bigger every year to the point 4,000 people would crowd, shoulder to shoulder, along a 100 metre slope of Christina Street as a singer performed on grass outside the church.