$2.3 million dollar sports funding confirmed

by Brighton Council
Brighton councillors and staff

Brighton councillors, staff and community members gath­ered in November at the Ted Jeffries Memorial Park.

They were there for the official confirmation by Brian Mitch­ell MP, the Federal Member for Lyons on the delivery of the $2.3m upgrade for sports ground facilities in Seymour Street, Brighton.

Brian Mitch­ell MP (left) and Brighton Mayor Leigh Gray at the announcement

This will deliver a quality rec­reation and sporting precinct, including new soccer pitches, clubrooms, change rooms, car parking and bus stops. Works are set to commence in the new year.

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$2.3 million dollar sports funding confirmed
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