Parkes Shire Council shortlists 14 projects for government funding

Christine Little
Updated August 28 2020 - 10:44am, first published August 27 2020 - 9:00am
UPGRADES NEEDED: Six tennis courts that are in desperate need of upgrading are among the 14 projects shortlisted for some government funding and tennis coach Helen Magill is thrilled. Photo: Christine Little
UPGRADES NEEDED: Six tennis courts that are in desperate need of upgrading are among the 14 projects shortlisted for some government funding and tennis coach Helen Magill is thrilled. Photo: Christine Little

In what has been described as an overwhelming response from the community, Parkes Shire Council has released a shortlist of 14 projects to be submitted for grant funding.

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Christine Little

Christine Little

Parkes Champion Post editor

I love sharing people's stories, particularly local stories that are special and important to the people of Parkes. If there is one thing I have learnt in my 10 years of community journalism, it's that stories are everywhere. All it takes is a good story teller to make it worth reading. Email: christine.little@parkeschampionpost.com.au

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