Sports pav­il­ion han­dover im­mi­nent

Albany Extra - - News - Saskia Adysti

Tam­bellup res­i­dents will soon en­joy their new sports pav­il­ion and bowl­ing green lawn, with the Shire about to get the han­dover from the build­ing con­trac­tors this week.

The $3.6 mil­lion project se­cured the first lot of fund­ing in 2013 and has since re­ceived mul­ti­ple lots of fund­ing from the Fed­eral and State gov­ern­ments.

The lo­cal com­mu­nity is ea­ger to use the new sports pav­il­ion be­cause they were un­able to host sport­ing events in the past 12 months.

Shire pres­i­dent Garry Sheri­dan said the com­mu­nity had worked hard to se­cure the funds to get this project off the ground, and has then worked tire­lessly to en­sure the de­sign meets the com­mu­nity’s ex­pec­ta­tions.

“We are de­lighted with the end re­sult, which is a credit to the Shire of Broome­hill-Tam­bellup and the com­mu­nity that we rep­re­sent,” he said. The Shire of Broome­hil-Tam­bellup has suc­cess­fully in­vited Richard Goy­der, a renowned for­mer Tam­bellup res­i­dent to of­fi­cially open the fa­cil­i­ties on Fri­day, Septem­ber 1.

The new Tam­bellup Com­mu­nity Pav­il­ion build­ing.

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