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Clifton Waters Retirement Village flooring gets upgrad with $7,800 grant from Stronger Communities Program
Clifton Waters Retirement Village has upgraded flooring in communal areas thanks to previous federal government support.
Local MP Darren Chester said the $7,800 grant had been provided through the Stronger Communities Program. "New vinyl plank flooring has been installed through the library/billiards room, doctors' room and waiting area to improve accessibility, provide a cohesive look and help create a warm and inviting environment," Mr Chester said.
Local MP Darren Chester with Sue Paterson, Community Manager Clifton Waters Retirement Village and Darrel Brew, President of the Residents Association
"The Stronger Communities Program supports local community organisations to improve facilities and ensure groups can continue to support locals safely and appropriately." Mr Chester said.
Pictures from Darren Chester MP website.
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