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Performance centre at Anglican School supported by council

A contribution of $10,595 and a deferred payment for another $24,000 of fees has been offered to the Clarence Valley Anglican School as a contribution to the construction of a Performance Centre at the school.

Des Schroder, Director of Environment, Planning and Community said, “The Performance Centre will obviously be a huge asset to the school.”

“It is also envisioned that the facility will be available for the local community to use, strengthening wider relationships and developing the creative capacity of our community”.

“The central performance space will have a seating capacity for 300 people. The inclusion of teaching spaces, music rooms, a fifty seat tiered lecture auditorium, art studios and drama spaces will enable the school to become the home of artistic development in the Clarence Valley.”

The funds are being donated from Council’s Community Initiatives budget and recognize the benefits the centre will have for the wider Clarence Valley.