Have your say on new PCYC Hawkesbury facility

Police Citizens and Youth Club (PCYC) NSW is calling on the Hawkesbury community to help shape the plans for the new PCYC Hawkesbury.

The Mayor of Hawkesbury, Councilor Barry Calvert is encouraging locals to have their say through the PCYC NSW Community Consultation Survey online.

This photo shows the interior of the PCYC in Morisset, NSW. What sorts of things do you hope to see at the new PCYC coming to the Hawkesbury? Have your say in the online survey. Picture: David Stewart

This photo shows the interior of the PCYC in Morisset, NSW. What sorts of things do you hope to see at the new PCYC coming to the Hawkesbury? Have your say in the online survey. Picture: David Stewart

“The feedback provided will help to shape the plans for the new PCYC Hawkesbury and it will also ensure that the services and activities will suit the needs of our community,” the Mayor said.

PCYC NSW CEO Dominic Teakle said the modern, fit-for-purpose community sport and recreation facility would provide wonderful opportunities for young people to stay active.

“We are looking forward to bringing a PCYC to the Hawkesbury,” Mr Teakle said.

“We are working to ensure the new development will meet the needs of the Hawkesbury to better facilitate our mission of empowering young people.

We are looking forward to bringing a PCYC to the Hawkesbury.

PCYC NSW CEO Dominic Teakle

“At PCYC NSW, we do not have a one-size-fits-all approach to our service delivery. We pride ourselves on serving the communities in which we work by tailoring our programs and facilities to their unique needs.

“That is why we need help from those within the Hawkesbury community to inform the decisions we will be required to make about PCYC Hawkesbury moving forward.”

The state government announced last year that it had allocated $13 million to build a PCYC in the Hawkesbury.

The exact location of the centre had yet to be decided upon.

PCYC NSW advises the survey for the new facility should take no longer than six minutes, and participants can respond to all the questions or just the ones that are important to them.

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