The Arms of Australia Inn Museum willbenefit from extensions to the roofingover paved areas after the Nepean District Historical Society put in a successful application to the NSW Government’s Community Building Partnership Program, Member for Penrith Stuart Ayres said today.
Mr Ayres met with Rosemary Weaver and members of the society to announce the $12,989 grant toward the museum.
\”The Nepean District Historical Society do a fantastic job with the operation of the Arms of Australia Inn Museum and getting the message out about our region and the significant role Penrith has played in the development of our state.\” Mr Ayres said.
\”I am proud to have recommended this project for funding to the state government and appreciate the opportunity to make a direct contribution to decisions about state government investments in our area.
\”The Community Building Partnerships have provided an excellent way for organisations to work with their local MPs on identifying prioritiesfor their electorates.
\”I will continue to work with members of the Nepean District Historical Society and other local organisations to find ways to build their capacity to support our community.\”