Barmedman Bowling Club has successfully received $202,500 through Round Five of the NSW Government’s Stronger Country Communities Fund.
Member for Cootamundra Steph Cooke has welcomed the funding which will allow for a refurbishment of amenities at the Barmedman Bowling Club.
“Patrons and visitors of the club will benefit from the modernised facilities and improved overall accessibility,” Ms Cooke said.
“The amenities at the club have not been updated for many years and the refurbishment is very much needed.”
“Patrons and visitors will benefit from the upgrades as there are many community events and private functions held at the venue and adjoining Community Centre.”
President of the Barmedman Bowling Club Michael Owers was thrilled to learn of their successful application.
“We would like to thank Steph Cooke for her support and those locally who assisted with the application,” Mr Owers said.
“The funds will help us to make some big improvements to our facilities.”
The Barmedman Bowling Club is used for recreational and competitive lawn bowls and basketball competitions. A number if local organisations also meet at the club, including the Barmedman RFS Brigade, NSW Farmers Federation, Barmedman Tennis Club and the Barmedman Mineral Pool committee.