THE team at Medowie Sports and Business Centre were excited to be mentioned in the first session of the sixty-fifth parliament recently by Kate Washington MP.
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Ms Washington requested a tour of the centre, after hearing of the developments the centre has undergone, and the links they are creating within the community in Medowie.
The Medowie Sports and Business Centre are branching out into the community, offering a variety of facilities and services not seen before in Medowie.
There are more exciting developments coming soon with the upcoming commencement and of the swimming pools to be added to the centre.
Ms Washington addressed Parliament with her thoughts on the centre, stating, “I was bowled over recently when I visited the Medowie Sports and Business Centre.”
“This former squash court and indoor sports centre has been reinvented and is now home to multiple small businesses, ranging from physiotherapists to a cafe to a gym, complete with a creche,” she said.
The centre also includes meeting rooms and conference facilities for outside groups, as well as squash courts and other sporting facilities.
Ms Washington in Parliament congratulated owner Colin Carter, centre manager Steve Bentley and marketing manager Kylie Smiley on bringing this project to fruition.
“This winning team has developed an outstanding mixed-use space,” Ms Washington said.
The growing number of families in Medowie are fortunate to have a local facility that caters to local sporting needs as well as providing additional office space for a number of small businesses.
“I look forward to watching the Medowie Sports and Business Centre continue to thrive in the years ahead, which will be helped along when the long awaited Medowie High School is built next door by a Labor Government,” Ms Washington said.
Marketing manager Kylie Smiley told News Of The Area, “We were so grateful for the kind acknowledgement of Medowie Sports and Business Centre by Kate Washington in Parliament.”
“We are proud of the developments we have made so far, and are excited for those still to come.”
By Rachael VAUGHAN