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The Yamba Chamber of Commerce breakfast was held on Thursday 9 May L-R Serco – Transition Manager, Liam Parry; Yamba Chamber president Gina Lopez, Lauren Priest, Tania Williams and Deputy General Manager – Clarence Correctional Centre at Serco, John Couttie. Image: Lynne Mowbray

Serco addresses businesses Chambers

Lynne Mowbray |

The Clarence valley Chambers of Commerce in Yamba, Maclean and Grafton have recently played host to guest speakers from Serco, at their monthly breakfast meetings.

Representatives from Serco, who are the operators of the new Clarence Correctional Centre, gave a presentation about the progress of the gaol which is set to open in mid 2020.

Upon opening the Correctional Centre will require the procurement of a variety of goods and services.

Serco is keen to form community partnerships with local businesses and community based programs.

Anyone wishing to find out more about how their local business or community based program can benefit through this partnership, is encouraged to contact Serco.