Shade for Glenbrook Rotary Markets
Stuart Ayres said this funding for Rotary will go towards shade sails at the old Glenbrook Public School offering the many users of the school grounds some much needed relief from the harsh sun.
“It is my pleasure to support Rotary with this grant which I know will benefit locals and visitors alike,” said Stuart Ayres.
Pamela Noal, Rotary Past President said “On behalf of the Rotary Club of the Lower Blue Mountains I share our immense appreciation in receiving this grant that will create an area of shade for multiple users of site including after school care and people who visit on many occasions through each month of our community calendar of events”.
“Funding through the CBP Program aims to create more vibrant and inclusive communities and deliver positive social, environmental and recreational outcomes,” added Stuart Ayres.
This article archived 9 Apr 2018
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