The electorate of Manly has today secured almost $300,000 in funding for a total of 14 projects through the NSW Government’s 2019 Community Building Partnership Program.
Member for Manly James Griffin said the NSW Government funds will deliver much-needed improvements to local facilities including Seaforth Bowling, Balgowlah Boys High School and Lifeline Northern Beaches in Balgowlah.
Country kids and their families will have a safer and more enjoyable stay in Manly due to an $80,000 investment by the NSW Government in fall-safe window screens for Royal Far West’s Drummond House, Member for Manly James Griffin announced today.
Drummond House on Wentworth Street, first built in the 1930s, is home away from home for hundreds of families from the bush every year who visit Manly to undertake comprehensive health and wellbeing screening, assessments and specialist intensive programs at the Centre for Country Kids, next door to Drummond House.
The outstanding design projects of Manly students from the 2019 HSC are now on exhibition at the Powerhouse Museum for Shape 2019.
The exhibition includes the top HSC major works from 35 students across NSW, in Design and Technology, Industrial Technology and Textiles and Design.
Member for Manly James Griffin said that the Northern Beaches students were in good company, amongst an impressive selection of projects.