Funds for church conservation
St David's Presbyterian Church in Woy Woy has received $5000 from Gosford Council's annual Heritage Small Grants program.
The program provides funds for the ongoing conservation of heritage items within the Gosford Local Government Area.
The funding will be used to restore damaged sections of the exterior of the early twentieth century timber church building.
Gosford Council's heritage coordinator Ms Rebecca Cardy said the program provided residents and community organisations with support to continue to preserve, promote and celebrate local heritage listed items.
"Many of our heritage items are under the management of private residents and the grants program is Council's opportunity to provide financial assistance toward the ongoing conservation of these buildings and places.
"We hope that this will generate greater public interest and concern for the restoration and conservation of all heritage items within Gosford City," said Ms Cardy.
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