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Spilsbury Park Playground to Encourage Stronger Moree Community

Moree Plains Shire Council will commence work at Spilsbury Park from Monday, 1 July 2019 to prepare for the installation of new playground equipment as part of the fully grant funded Moree Playground Community Improvement Project.

Moree Plains Shire Council was awarded the funding through the NSW Government’s Stronger Country Communities Fund to deliver local infrastructure projects that improve the quality of life for people in regional communities.

Moree Plains Shire Council’s Project and Development Manager, Ms Lila Fisher said that the project would provide residents with greater access to improved facilities that the whole community can enjoy.

“Moree's playgrounds are well utilised facilities that greatly add to the appeal of our town and play a vital role in bringing the community together.

“Spilsbury Park is a popular rest stop for travellers as well as locals as it is just off the Moree main street and this upgrade will go far in improving Moree's recreational offer to our youngest members of the community, local families and visitors,” Ms Fisher said.

The playground will be reopening allowing for public access and use of the playground from Friday, 19 July 2019, weather permitting.

Please direct all enquiries to the Moree Plains Shire Council Engineering Department on (02) 6752 3222.

 

 

Council an Employer of Choice for Young Professionals

Since the last census, Moree has registered a small population growth – the first in many years. It has emerged that Moree is part of a growing trend seen nationally; of young people taking advantage of professional opportunities and the affordable lifestyle that working regionally presents.

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