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Five schools in Western Sydney have recieved funding under the Morrison Government's Capital Grants Program.

Two Hawkesbury organisations which support Australian Defence Force (ADF) families will receive funding support under the Australian Government’s Family Support Funding Program (FSFP).

High school students in the Western Sydney LGAs of Blue Mountains, Camden, Campbelltown, Fairfield, Hawkesbury, Liverpool, Penrith, Wollondilly, Cumberland, The Hills, Parramatta and Blacktown  will be invited to get hands-on opportunities to develop skills in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) as part of the Morrison Government's Maker Projects program.

The iconic Hawkesbury Show, which was cancelled this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, will receive a $70,000 funding from the Morrison Government' in a major win for local businesses, volunteer organisations and producers.

 

Blue Mountains City Council will receive $250,000 under Stream 1 of the Australian and NSW Government’s Bushfire Community Recovery and Resilience Fund, which helps councils promote community well-being, social and future disaster resilience.

Construction is now underway for the new playground at Glenbrook District Park, following an important community consultation on determining the design. 

The Greater Blue Mountains will share in $13 million of Morrison Government funding to support habitat and wildlife recovery in the wake last summer’s bushfires.

Blue Mountains City Council Mayor Mark Greenhill OAM, Senator the Hon. Marise Payne and Gundungurra and Dharug Traditional Owners, represented by Aunty Sharyn Halls and Chris Tobin, opened the new Gathering Place and walking track.

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