New licence agreements support community groups

The vital work of the Kenthurst Community Men’s Shed will continue in the community after The Hills Shire Council extended the organisation’s Licence.

The group, which provides support to local men through meaningful activities, will continue to use the Scout Hall in Dural Street Reserve, Kenthurst for another five years under the new agreement.

Mayor of The Hills Shire, Councillor Yvonne Keane said she commended Council on their commitment and support to the community group.

“The Men’s Shed is a wonderful community service which should be encouraged and the new Licence Agreement helps them continue their fundamental work,” Mayor Keane said.

“The new agreement benefits the whole community in the long run.

“The work the Men’s Shed members can achieve at their clubhouse, both in terms of productivity and well-being, is going to be invaluable to the wider community,” Mayor Keane added.

Kenthurst Community Men’s Shed is a place for men to gather together, share a story and a cuppa, while honing their skills.

To add to renewals, Council also extended the building Lease for Scouts Association Australia NSW for another 10 years.

The organisation will continue to use the premises on Jasper Road, Baulkham Hills.