Assistance wanted for Umina playground
Gosford Council is calling on individuals and organisations within the community to assist with the implementation of the Peninsula Recreation Precinct planned to be completed in Umina by mid next year.
Council is inviting community members to assist with a range of components including fundraising for the community financial element of the project, developing a Youth Engagement Strategy, input into playground equipment, community art for the site, volunteer labour for landscaping, official opening and promotion of site and ongoing support through the Friends of Gosford Playground Program
Gosford deputy mayor Cr Craig Doyle said that community feedback was instrumental in the development of the project and would be vital in the realisation of the Peninsula Recreation Precinct.
"It is important that council continues to work with individuals and community groups to ensure the success of this new and exciting precinct," Cr Doyle said.
"Council also hopes that this community partnership will lead to ongoing active involvement with the project in future years."
Cr Doyle said the Peninsula Recreation Precinct was sure to be one of the biggest outdoor recreation developments within the Gosford local government area and would provide a variety of recreational opportunities for a broad range of community members.
To become a part of the implementation stage of the project, register your interest with Shari Timothy on 4304 4388 by Friday, June 26.
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