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$1 Million for Barrenjoey Community Performance Space

Friday, 20 October 2017

Member for Pittwater Rob Stokes has announced a further $500,000 will be provided to Northern Beaches Council for the construction of a Community Performance Space at Barrenjoey High School.

This NSW Government funding follows an earlier $500,000 announced last month to complete planning and initiate construction of stage one of the project.

The total of $1 million in NSW Government funding will now enable the construction of the full project in cooperation with funding already raised by the Barrenjoey High School P&C Association.

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Funds for New Netball Courts in Avalon Beach

Wednesday, 27 September 2017

Member for Pittwater Rob Stokes today announced NSW Government funding for the installation of permanent netball courts in Avalon Beach.

The NSW Government will contribute $300,000 towards Northern Beaches Council's construction of new courts to cater for the increasingly popular sport.

Newport Breakers Netball Club and Peninsula Netball Club together have over 1,000 registered players, made up of over 55 junior and senior teams.

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Flags Up for Start of Surf Life Saving Season

Friday, 22 September 2017

Member for Pittwater Rob Stokes wishes well all surf life savers and beachgoers ahead of the 2017/18 patrol season.

Surf Life Saving Clubs will raise the red and yellow flags on Pittwater’s beaches this weekend and teams of volunteers will be on hand to help keep our beaches safe and enjoyable.

“This is a wonderful time of the year,” said Rob Stokes today.

“When the red and yellow flags appear on our beaches we know that summer is on its way.

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$1 Million for Currawong Beach Cottages

Friday, 15 September 2017

Member for Pittwater Rob Stokes today announced the NSW Government will provide $1 million to support Northern Beaches Council with the refurbishment of the Currawong Beach cottages.

Northern Beaches Council, which manages Currawong State Park, is planning essential improvements to the heritage listed cottages to enhance their functionality, provide greater comfort for guests and ensure their longevity.

“This is a wonderful injection of funds for one of the most iconic areas of our community,” Rob Stokes said today.

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