CWA branch submits plans for Umina hall
The Umina Beach branch of the Country Women's Association has submitted plans to redevelop its hall to Central Coast Council for approval.
The work includes the installation of decking around the beach facing eastern end of the hall and a disability access ramp at the hall's entrance as well as additional amenities and general improvements.
Branch publicity officer Ms Margaret Key said the works would help modernise the hall and allow members to improve and expand their operations.
"Our aim is to modernise the hall and make it accessible for everyone," she said.
"Given the possibility of increased bushfires, we are designing the hall to be a future evacuation centre with a shower, toilets and large kitchen.
"Stage one will be all about accessibility with the ramp and new bathrooms," Ms Key said.
Social media, 6 Feb 2020
Margaret Key, Umina Beach CWA
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