Gundagai Historical Museum has secured a total of $20,118 in funding through the NSW Government’s 2022 Community Building Partnership Program.
Member for Cootamundra Steph Cooke said the State Government funds will deliver much-needed improvements and equipment to local facilities.
“I congratulate all the Gundagai Historical Museum volunteers in receiving this funding to install exit doors, lighting and hard-wired smoke detectors,” Ms Cooke said.
“These improvements to the Museum will complement the previous funding announced just last week for their improved signage under the NSW Government’s Volunteer Museum Small Grants,”
“It is important that we continue to support and preserve our local history for future generations to learn and enjoy their heritage.”
The Community Building Partnership program has funded more than 18,000 community projects since it commenced in 2009.
For more information about the NSW Government’s Community Building Partnership Program, visit www.nsw.gov.au/cpb.