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Mayor Grove (second left), Deputy Mayor Clr Dr Brodie (first left) and Clr Kafrouni (last right) hand over the approved Development Application for the upgrade to Graham Bonwick, President of Board of Directors of Guildford Leagues Club (centre), and Greg Edwards, CEO of Guildford Leagues Club (second right). Mayor Grove (second left), Deputy Mayor Clr Dr Brodie (first left) and Clr Kafrouni (last right) hand over the approved Development Application for the upgrade to Graham Bonwick, President of Board of Directors of Guildford Leagues Club (centre), and Greg Edwards, CEO of Guildford Leagues Club (second right). Featured
13 June 2013 Posted by 

Guildford Leagues undergoes $6m facelift

THE Holroyd recreation and hospitality industry will receive a boost with a $6million upgrade of the Guildford Leagues Club.

Holroyd City Council has approved the upgrades which feature a new, quality restaurant and external terrace area for local families and visitors.

The internal layout of the Club will also be remodelled to provide more space and the relocation of machines and bowlers’ amenities to more suitable locations.

Holroyd City Council Mayor, Ross Grove, said the development is a big win for the local recreation and hospitality economy.

“These improvements will keep families active, locals local and draws visitors into the city,” said Mayor Grove. “These works set a clear challenge for businesses across Holroyd to continue to innovate and change, to meet the needs of our changing population.”

"Holroyd City Council are proud supporters of our local clubs and we appreciate the ongoing partnership we have with them in supporting charitable and welfare groups and reinvesting resources back into rugby league and other recreational pursuits.”

CEO of Guildford Leagues Club, Greg Edwards, said the club was initially developed in its current location on McCredie Park in 1955 and has been contributing to the upkeep and maintenance of the Park ever since.

“These upgrades will improve the facilities to better suit the needs of Club patrons, local families with children, the community as a whole and give our local recreation and hospitality industry a boost,” said Mr Edwards.



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