$50,000 for Teviot valley projects

Photo: ODT files
Photo: ODT files
Teviot Valley projects have scored more than $50,000 in the latest round of funding from the Otago Community Trust.

The biggest grant went to Teviot Prospects, which received $30,000 towards the planned Roxburgh skate park.

The park will be in Roxburgh's King George Memorial Park, alongside the children's playground, toilets and picnic area.

The Roxburgh Bowling Club received $15,000 towards four retractable shade sails.

The Roxburgh Golf Club received $6500 to help put up a rabbit-proof fence on the east boundary of the Roxburgh course, and Millers Flat Baths received $2000 towards the installation of a 10,000-litre tank to store oil for a used waste-oil burner that was installed last year for heating the pool's water.

 

 

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