The electorate of Castle Hill has secured grant funding of $199,519 for a total of 9 projects as part of the NSW Government’s 2016 Community Building Partnership (CBP) program.
The NSW Government has committed funds to new community infrastructure projects that will enhance much needed local facilities.
Local Member for Castle Hill Ray Williams said he was pleased to receive this State Government funding. The funding will aim to create more vibrant and inclusive communities and deliver positive social, environmental and recreational outcomes.
Some of the key projects which successfully obtained a grant include:
• $50,000 to improve playground facilities at Castle Hill Public School
• $20,000 for Scouts to build a second entrance to 1st Kellyville Scout Hall
• $30,000 to refurbish the café facilities within the Dural Centre building
• $19,806 to upgrade the Castle Hill Girl Guides Hall
• $16,676 for Kenthurst Rotary to construct a unisex toilet at Rotary Park Kenthurst
• $8,780 to upgrade Kenthurst Men’s Shed
• $5,027 to construct a roof on the outdoor veranda at Castle Hill Community Preschool
‘This grassroots funding will directly benefit our community and deliver new infrastructure for schools and community groups, helping to pay for much-needed improvements to sports facilities, parks and clubs’.
Further details of the program and all successful grants funded for the 2016 program can be found at www.communitybuildingpartnership.nsw.gov.au under the ‘successful grants’ tab.