Dubbo Regional Sports Council kicking goals for clubs
Council’s Recreation Coordinator Tracey Whillock said that Dubbo Regional Sports Council have provided funding for a number of projects to improve the sporting facilities in the region in recent months.
The funding administered by Dubbo Regional Sports Council is funded through a percentage of the fees and charges collected from sporting organisations being placed in the ‘Playing Field Improvement Fund’ restricted asset.
“This aligns with the Sports Council Constitution which aims to seek capital funding assistance from Dubbo Regional Council for sporting bodies prepared to undertake and part finance capital works projects designed to improve sporting facilities,”
“Dubbo and District Football Association’s applied for $20,000 to contribute to the development of a new amenities facility at Lady Cutler East, which was approved by the Dubbo Regional Sports Council Management Committee. This was combined with $60,000 from the Asian Cup Legacy Funding, and a further $20,000 contributed by the Association $20.000 by Council will see this project completed over the summer,” she said.
“Dubbo Touch Association also had an application for $6,535 approved by Dubbo Regional Sports Council to accompany $6,535 by the club and $14,470 from a Local Sporting Grant Program to build a community shelter and BBQ area at John McGrath Oval,”
“The club will also look to install a bubbler and water refill station and portable grand stands with funding received through the Dubbo Regional Council Stronger Communities Fund,” Ms Whillock said.
“$10,082 was also approved for Dubbo Netball Association to install an awning off the front of their clubhouse and a large window in the upper storey of the clubhouse,”
“The awning will assist with sheltering participants and spectators from the elements and the window will provide viewing access to all courts for easier administration,” she said.
“Dubbo Regional Council have also funded defibrillators to be placed at each sporting facility and these will be rolled out over the coming month and through the Dubbo Regional Sports Council General meetings,” Ms Whillock said.
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Last Edited: 16 Nov 2017