Community Building Partnership Program

Community Building Partnership Program was first introduced by the Labor Government in 2009. It has provided funding to thousands of community groups, sporting clubs and councils across NSW to build or upgrade local facilities.

Successful recipients

Mt Sugarloaf Croquest Club Inc

The croquet club received $4,940 for the restoration of croquet lawns and care as part of the 2020 Community Building Partnership Program.

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Cessnock Woodturners Inc

Wood Thicknessing machine with a spiral head cutter that was purchased using funds received from the 2020 Community Building Partnership Program.

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Greta Branxton Junior Soccer Club

$15,000 funding was secured by the junior soccer club for grandstand and seating around football fields at Miller Park as part of the 2020 Community Building Partnership funding.

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The Lions Club of Branxton

The Lions Club of Branxton were successful in receiving a grant of $4,115.00 to replace the previous signage as part of the 2020 CBPP grants. The Branxton Lions road safety road signs are iconic and provide an important road safety message.

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Mulbring Public School P&C Association

The P&C Association received $18,890 from the 2019 Community Building Partnership funding for a covered walkway from the classrooms to the bathroom.

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Cessnock Country Women’s Association of NSW – Cessnock Branch

The Cessnock CWA received $6,500 in funding to complete building upgrade as part of the 2019 Community Building Partnerships.

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Branxton Greta Little Athletics

New ride-on lawn mower was purchased after the club received $9,600 in funding from the 2019 Community Building Partnership Program.

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Branxton Tennis Club

The Tennis Club received $18,120 to upgrade the lighting at the tennis court to LED as part of the 2019 Community Building Partnership Program.

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Kurri Kurri Girl Guides

The Girls Guides received $8,262 to replace the masonite cupboards and storage, install a splash back and to replace the kitchen floor. The updates to the kitchen was possible using funding from the 2018 Community Building Partnership Program (CBPP).

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