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Ricoh New Zealand has been announced as the naming rights sponsor for the new Sports Centre at Fraser Park.
The new Koraunui Stokes Valley Community Hub will be officially opened by Lower Hutt Mayor Ray Wallace on Friday 27 October.
The new Regional Bowls Centre at Walter Mildenhall Park will be officially opened by Mayor Ray Wallace and the Chairperson of the Community Facilities Trust Kirsten Patterson, 4.30pm on Friday 1 September 2017.
The green light has been given to the construction of a $12 million sport and community facility at Lower Hutt’s Fraser Park.
G & S Roofing has sponsored a softball ballpark at Fraser Park and a changing room in the new sports centre for the next five years.
Asphalt, Roading and Civil Construction company, PCL Contracting Ltd has been involved with the re-development of Fraser Park from the beginning and has sponsored the artificial rugby/football turf (to be known as the PCL Sports Turf 1) for the next 10 years.
Lower Hutt based insurance brokers aibGROUP Insurance are sponsors of the foyer at the new Fraser Park Sports Centre, which is due to open at the end of the year.
Cuttriss Consulting recently celebrated 70 years as a surveying, engineering and planning firm established in the Hutt.
Woolyarns has pledged their support to the Fraser Park Sports & Community Hub by sponsoring a meeting room in the new complex.
Vision Enhancement NZ Ltd (AV2U) has chosen to support the Fraser Park Sports & Community Hub project by sponsoring the South Foyer near the cafe and meeting rooms.
With construction of Fraser Park Sports & Community Hub commencing, more of the business community are seeing what a fantastic opportunity for the community it is.
Construction recently started at the site of the new Fraser Park Sports & Community Hub and it's great to see local companies coming on board in support.
One Millionth Visitor Cleveland Tekau, 9, from Taita Central School, receives a signed Wellington Saints basketball and a $100 Warehouse gift voucher from council community hub manager Mike Mercer.
A mass choir of over 700 local school students helped to celebrate the opening of the new Walter Nash Centre in Taita on Friday 16 October, with a heartfelt rendition of the the New Zealand folk song 'He Honore'.
Walter Nash Centre is the name of the new $12 million sports and community facility set to open in Taita mid October.
On Saturday 23 May 2015, Netball Hutt Valley generously contributed $100,000 to the Taita Sport & Community Centre.
On Thursday 2 April 2015, a mauri stone was buried at the entrance to the Taita Sport & Community Centre.
The first stage of work on the Fraser Park Sportsville project began when Mayor Ray Wallace broke ground on 5th September.
On Monday 11 August, Mayor Ray Wallace and Alister Skene, CFT Chairman turned the first sod for the new Taita Sport & Community Centre. After many years planning, construction on the Centre is about to begin.
The construction tender for the Taita Sport & Community Centre has been awarded to Hawkins Construction.
The Community Facilities Trust endorses and respects the decision of the Hutt City Council not to make a provision in the Council’s annual plan for the Trust’s Petone Arena proposal.
Signing of a landmark document between the CFT and the Hutt City Council, mapping out the way forward for their working relationship.
Scott Simmiss, CEO of Pelorus Trust, presenting a cheque towards the Taita Centre development.