Groups share in $22,000

GLOUCESTER Country Club will receive $3000 towards a new roof as part of the latest round of community building grants from the NSW government.

Upper Hunter MP George Souris said eight projects in the Gloucester and Stroud region will share $22,000 in funding under the $90 million program.

The Gloucester CWA has received $2000 to go towards a repaint of its hall on Church St.

The Gloucester Basketball Association will put its $3000 grant towards upgrade the surface of its courts while the bowling club plans to spend $2000 improving sun safety and installing new seats. 

The Gloucester Croquet Club plans to extend its premises with a $2000 grant and the Gloucester Pistol Club will use its $4000 injection to install a new shade shelter.

The Rotary Club of Gloucester has received $4000 towards the manufacture and installation of new directory boards and the Stroud Show Association has a further $2000 to go towards its masterplan for the town showground.

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