Renovation prompts celebration
There’s a lot more room to run and jump and tumble at the Queenstown Gymnastics Club these days, thanks to a significant re-jig of the club’s premises.
The club, in Adelaide’s north-west, has just raised its roof – literally – and removed an internal wall.
The result: things are a lot less cramped and a lot less squeezy.
The extra space that’s been created has meant new equipment can be bought; that’s expected to help attract more members - an important step as the organisation looks to expand.
The club (which operates as the All Boys and All Girls Club) says there’s still a long way to go, but for now it’s extremely happy with stage one of its redevelopment.
The renovation project cost about $28,000. ORS contributed $12,500 with a grant under Round 41 of the Active Club Program.
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