NSW Stronger Country Community Fund delivers $1.31m for Singleton projects

Eight community projects are the recipients of $1.31 million in funding through the state’s Stronger Country Community Fund. 

The single biggest project to receive monies was Singleton’s Historical Museum with $539,000 towards their long awaited restoration work on their building located in Burdekin Park.

Member for Upper Hunter Michael Johnsen said Singleton secured NSW Government funding for eight projects, which include upgrades to playgrounds, sporting, and community facilities.

 “As with the other beneficiaries of this funding in the seat of Upper Hunter, this is a great win for our Singleton community, and I know many of our local families and sporting associations, young and old, will make the most of these facility upgrades when they are eventually completed,” Mr Johnsen said.

“This means the Nationals in Government are delivering a total of $1,318,697 to our Singleton Shire for these important and much-loved community and sporting facilities.”

The successful projects:

PCYC Entry Upgrade - $71,869

Gym & Swim swimming pool and marshalling area shade - $121,321

Scout Hall disability toilet and ramp construction - $97,217

Civic Centre audio upgrade - $58,162

Singleton Historical Museum restoration - $539,000

Lake St Clair waste water system upgrade - $111,977

Riverside Park community kitchen - $127,245

Howe Park irrigation, fencing and seating upgrade - $191,906

Singleton Mayor Sue Moore, PCYC manager David Andrews and staff Jenna Barwick and Vera Katris, Michael Johnsen with Stuart Aberley, Felicity Aberley, Allira Bayley and Nate Dash.

Singleton Mayor Sue Moore, PCYC manager David Andrews and staff Jenna Barwick and Vera Katris, Michael Johnsen with Stuart Aberley, Felicity Aberley, Allira Bayley and Nate Dash.

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