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Local groups receive Aqwest sponsorship

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A number of local groups have been successful in being awarded funding in Aqwest’s annual sponsorship round which aims to contribute towards educational, social, cultural or environmental activities within the community.

Milligan Community Learning and Resource Centre, Bunbury Tennis Club, Bunbury Regional Youthcare Council Chaplaincy services, Bunbury Fringe Festival, Bunbury Swimming Club’s Open Carnival, City of Bunbury Surf Lifesaving Club’s Rainbow Bash Colour Run, Bunbury Musical Comedy Group’s end of year Showcase, the Bunbury Multicultural Festival, the South West Irish Community Group’s St Patrick’s Festival, South West Women’s Health and Information Centre’s Female Student Enterprise Project, Dalyellup Collective’s Bricktopia lego themed event, the WA Performing Arts Eisteddfod, Bunbury Surf Life Saving Club Old Boys Club 41st Barrett Bunbury Swim Thru and Investing in Our Youth’s children’s book shared in up to $50,000 of funding.

“Aqwest has been a part of Bunbury since 1906 and has developed strong links with the local community,” said Aqwest General Manager Business Services Claire Anderson.

"There are some great educational, social, cultural and environmental initiatives in Bunbury and we are keen to support local organisations where we can.”