New park furniture at Bligh Park Community Centre Precinct


Local residents visiting Bligh Park Community Centre Precinct this weekend will appreciate the new park furniture that has been installed recently.

Hawkesbury South Lions Club raised $2794 for park furniture as part of their Centenary Project, with Hawkesbury City Council contributing $5000 for the concrete slab and installation.

Hawkesbury Mayor, Councillor Mary Lyons Buckett joined members of Hawkesbury South Lions Club and local residents, to unveil an official plaque at the Precinct on Friday, 1 December 2017. The plaque acknowledges Hawkesbury South Lions Club.

“Thanks to the generous donation from Hawkesbury South Lions Club, everyone can enjoy this new furniture which makes this Precinct an even more pleasant place to relax with family and friends,” the Mayor said.

“This year marks the 100 year anniversary of Lions Clubs International, and it’s great to see our local Lions Club thinking of this area for their Centenary Project.

“Thank you to everyone who donated money to Hawkesbury South Lions Club, and to all the members and volunteers of the Club for their continued efforts for our community.

“It’s wonderful to see real partnerships between Council and local organisations that are strengthening our sense of community.”

Bligh Park Community Centre Precinct officially opened in 2014 following major works which included new pathways, new tables and chairs for community members in shaded areas, landscape works and light upgrades. The Precinct appeals to a wide range of age groups, with a skate facility, a multipurpose court and wooden artwork animals which also serve as play equipment for children. Parkour equipment also promotes fun exercise through jumps, passing under obstacles, climbing, hanging, and other acrobatic exercise.

Bligh Park Community Centre Precinct is located at 4 Sirius Road, Bligh Park. The Neighbourhood Centre offers free or low cost services and programs for residents of Bligh Park and South Windsor including:

 Individual Technology Assistance for Seniors
 Fresh Food Fridays
 A community garden which provides locals with fresh vegetables
 Free counselling service
 Support groups
 Playgroup
 Other interest groups including craft, exercise, dancing, scrap booking, martial arts and guitar.

The adjoining hall is also available for hire for special events and to groups who offer classes or programs to local community members. For more information, email or call 4572 5898.