Campbell Park Upgrade

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A re-elected Morrison Government will invest $2.5 million to deliver much needed upgrades at Campbell Park in West Pennant Hills, providing the local community with new facilities and better amenities.

Federal Liberal Member for Berowra, Julian Leeser, said Campbell Park at West Pennant Hills was home to the, the largest and oldest soccer club in our area, the West Pennant Hills Cherrybrook Football Club.

“Like the Football Club, Campbell Park has some of the oldest facilities in the area, which is why

I’m fighting for these vital upgrades,” Mr Leeser said.

“Currently, 107 teams use the Campbell Park fields and these upgrades will provide better amenities and improvements to the field, which will make a huge difference to the players, their parents and supporters.

“The Club has experienced an increase in participation, especially among women and girls, and these upgrades will make the fields safer, more accessible and provide space for the club to grow even more.

“Sporting clubs are an important foundation of our community, they bring people together, keep us active and teach us sportsmanship and fair competition.

West Pennant Hills Cherrybrook Football Club President, Michael Pompeii, said the West Pennant Hills Cherrybrook Football Club is thrilled to be working with Julian to fight for these essential upgrades. They will make a huge difference to the close to 1000 local kids who play at Campbell Park each week.

Hornsby Shire Council will play a key part too. Hornsby Shire Mayor, Philip Ruddock, said Hornsby Shire Council would welcome federal investment in the sporting hub at Campbell Park. This will allow us to deliver an important upgrade sooner.

If re-elected the Morrison Government will deliver this project in partnership with the West Pennant Hills Cherrybrook Football Club and the Hornsby Shire Council.

Only the Morrison Government will continue to deliver a better future for Berowra as part of our plan to build a strong economy and a stronger future.

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