Mulgoa’s heritage will benefit from a state government grant of $127,000.
It’s one of 40 new heritage projects to share in $2 million.
The grant was awarded to the Sydney Anglican Schools Corporation for essential conservation works to the sandstone exterior of the State Heritage Register-listed St Thomas Anglican Church.
The money came through the Major Works Program, the flagship program for NSW Heritage Grants; which assists owners and managers of State Heritage Register-listed items to conserve, restore and reuse their heritage properties
The St Thomas’ site was originally granted to the Anglican Church in 1831 by William Cox for use as a church and school.
WOW Day for heroes
People are being encouraged to wear orange to honour the work NSW SES volunteers who help their communities in times of storms, floods and other emergencies .
With the help of NRMA Insurance, NSW SES will celebrate Wear Orange Wednesday, or WOW Day, on November 13 when schools and businesses will support SES volunteers.
The event encourages the community to show its gratitude to 40,000 SES volunteers across the country.
Last year NSW SES volunteers helped people during storms and floods, attended 717 road crashes, provided support to NSW Police on 338 missing people searches and responded to 423 tasks for remote and rural medical help.
More volunteers are always needed.
Details, volunteer: NSW SES, 1800 201 000.
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