THERE will be no excuses not to see every second of action in the ring at Singleton Show, with new lights installed last weekend.
A donation of $12,000 sealed the long-term project that at times seemed too costly to even consider.
“We definitely couldn’t have done it without the community sponsorship and a state government grant,” said show committee vice president David Williams.
The final $12,000 to stand the lights could not have been better timed with the long-term project ready to shine on the action of Singleton Show that begins this Friday.
AGL community relations manager Alison Crocker said AGL increased its sponsorship of ingleton Show to become naming rights sponsor and the company was delighted to provide $12,000 to install a much needed new lighting tower for the showground to replace ageing infrastructure.
She invited families and the community to drop by the AGL Energy Cube at the Singleton Show. As part of the company’s 175th anniversary celebration, it was on the road educating visitors about energy efficiency. AGL mascots, Timmy and Tina Turbine will be on hand to show children how to become energy savers and there will be giveaways too.