Fighting for an All Abilities Park in Anna Bay

Council staff and the team from Anna Bay All Abilities Park get together to discuss the site.

 

THERE’s a group of people who have been tenacious in their efforts to deliver at the Anna Bay All Abilities Park.

Kelly Hammond has been part of the group from the beginning, and she is not only passionate and driven but dogged in her continued advocacy for this project to go ahead for the benefit of Anna Bay.

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Recently Kelly Hammond and Dave Sams met with Council staff at the Anna Bay Recreational Playground.

During the visit both Kelly and Dave were delighted to walk the staff through the ideas that the community has for the site.

Kelly Hammond told News Of The Area, “I was delighted to walk staff over and put forward ideas generated from the community for the site.”

She is keen to see increased funding for the project as well as a plan to get the All Abilities Playground delivered for the community.

Kelly believes that the park will eventually become a favourite park not only for locals but one which sits high on things to do for families visiting the region.

Anna Bay has much to offer not only residents but tourists as well and Kelly believes that smart investment in infrastructure which appeals to families and residents will see facilities delivered which are a win-win for the community as a whole.

 

By Marian SAMPSON

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