UPA opens new community centre
UPA Western Regional executive president Tod O’dea officially opened the new UPA Oxley Community Centre on Thursday, May 2. The event was attended by residents, staff, volunteers and guests of Oxley Village.
The community centre received community consultation before construction and now features a craft room, library, kitchen, space for indoor bowls, and private function spaces which are available for use by Oxley Village, Bracken House residents, home care services clients and families.
The construction took approximately 18 months and was built by Dubbo company David Payne Constructions. Nola Dent enjoying the official opening luncheon. UPA Western Regional executive president Tod O’dea, Oxley Village Resident Roger Hazlett, regional executive member Wendy Herd, and UPA Self-care and Maintenance Coordinator Liaison Officer Mitch Rogers
Don Yeo, Carmen Miller and Jill Lindsay
Resident John Mason, UPA Western Region regional manager Elaine Baillie, and guest Alex Carroll.