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Lawrence Historical Society will share in funding under the latest round of the NSW Government’s Community Building Partnership program. Image: Contributed

$330,000 in grants for community infrastructure projects in Clarence and Richmond Valleys

Twenty four worthy projects in the Clarence and Richmond valleys will share in $330,000 in funding under the NSW Government’s Community Building Partnerships Program, Clarence Nationals MP, Chris Gulaptis announced today.

The popular program funds small infrastructure projects for local not-for-profit groups and local councils.

“We know this program delivers great value for the taxpayer because these volunteer groups spend every precious dollar wisely and donate their own time,” Mr Gulaptis said.

“These projects not only strengthen community assets and deliver positive social and recreational outcomes, but stimulate the local economy and help secure local small business jobs.”