COVID restrictions ease in time for Christmas

MidCoast Council has reopened pools in Bulahdelah, Stroud, Nabiac and Krambach to the community.

 

REGIONAL pools across the MidCoast are back in operation following the easing of COVID-19 restrictions across the State.

MidCoast Council has reopened pools in Bulahdelah, Stroud, Nabiac and Krambach to the community.

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Libraries have also returned to normal business hours as a result of the lifting of restrictions.

Community halls are now available for hire while the Manning Regional Art Gallery and Manning Entertainment Centre have also resumed normal opening hours.

“We are very pleased that the community will be able to take full advantage of our pools and many other community facilities just in time for Christmas and the school holidays,” said Council’s General Manager, Adrian Panuccio.

“We do of course encourage everyone to stay home or get tested if they are feeling unwell.

“It’s now up to us to work together as a community to keep each other safe.”

To stay updated on opening dates of local swimming pools and other recreational facilities, visit www.midcoast.nsw.gov.au/Recreation/Find-a-Facility.

Details of opening hours for libraries can be found at https://library.midcoast.nsw.gov.au/Locations-and-opening-hours.

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