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Published Friday 11 January 2019
Tags:General, Leisure, Media Release

Pool roof raised as works progress

Kilmore Leisure Centre works continue

Works to complete raising and replacing the roof at Kilmore Leisure Centre are continuing this month in the hope swimmers and community groups throughout the municipality will be able to dive back into the centre sometime during the first swim term in 2019.

Initial works to remove the roof began on December 21, 2018, as contractors worked through the festive period to make sure the facilities are safer for patrons and staff.

Half of the roof was removed, while the other half is currently being taken off by a larger crane.

Mitchell Shire Mayor Councillor Bill Chisholm said the project will be worth the wait.

“At the Mitchell Shire we are very excited to see the works on the Kilmore Leisure Centre progressing to the next stage and I want to express my gratitude to everyone involved in the process,” he said.

“It has been great to see the number of people, and groups, who have taken up our offer of using the Seymour Sports and Aquatic Centre, and the three outdoor pools while Kilmore Leisure Centre is undergoing this process.

“The closures have been inconvenient, but the safety of pool users and staff is of paramount importance to us. I would like to thank the community for their patience during this time.”

All the materials for the works are on site.

The Kilmore Leisure Centre was closed from Thursday 10 January until Friday 11 January, and again on Monday 14 January.

Mitchell Shire would like to remind residents that the VICSWIM vacation learn to swim programmes are still available at Broadford Outdoor Pool, Seymour War Memorial Outdoor Pool and Tallarook Outdoor Pool.

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This page was last updated on 22 February 2019.