Aged care home opens new tea house
Peninsula Village has officially opened its new Tea House, outdoor deck and surrounding area.
The project has been in progress for more than six months.
Staff and residents of Peninsula Village were joined for he opening on Tuesday, October 1, by children from the Umina Kids Club and Wallaby St Early Learning Centre.
Central Coast Councillor Chris Holstein attended, along with members of the board of management and families of the residents.
The official opening included a ribbon cutting and a toast to the new area.
The event included a ceremony to "launch" Tim the turtle back into his home in the revamped Tea House pond.
A town crier was on hand to help officially welcome Tim the Turtle and his fish friends back to the Village with the help of the children.
Website, 3 Oct 2019
Shane Neaves, Peninsula Village
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