PLAY GROUP BENEFITS FROM NSW GOVERNMENT GRANT
Written on the 23 February 2018 by Kevin Conolly
Member for Riverstone Kevin Conolly this week visited Quakers Hill Uniting Church to congratulate the church's Minister, Reverend Grant Atkins and his congregation on the completion of the new safety fencing separating young children attending the play groups held at the church from the carpark area.
This project was made possible by a $5,500 grant from the NSW Government under the Community Building Partnership (CBP) program in 2016.
"This is a great outcome for the safety of the preschoolers and their families attending play groups at the Quakers Hill Uniting Church. This keeps children well away from the carpark" said Mr Conolly.
"The Community Building Partnership program is about building and restoring local infrastructure for community use as well as supporting local construction jobs," Mr Conolly said.
Meanwhile, the 2018 Community Building Partnership program is set to open for new applications in June and information will be provided as soon as it is announced on the program's website at
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