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01 July 2020
The State Government will provide $176,767 for the second stage of a Balmoral Recreation Reserve redevelopment project.
The money will go towards features including a new commercial kitchen, landscaping, fixtures and fittings.
Member for Western Victoria Jaala Pulford announced the money yesterday during a teleconference with Balmoral Recreation Reserve.
Stage two of the redevelopment program will mean the reserve can host more sport training sessions, development programs and larger community events – including fundraisers.
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Schools and community groups will also be able to make use of Balmoral Recreation Reserve facilities.
Ms Pulford said the government was building better sporting facilities for regional Victoria, home to 25 percent of the state’s population.
She said sport connected towns and communities, providing families a chance to socialise and children experiences that stayed with them for life.
“Community sport connects our regional communities. This upgrade will give locals modern, safe facilities to play their game, socialise and stay healthy,” she said.
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