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ROOF FOR FREMANTLE PARK CLUB HOUSE

 

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The top of the new Fremantle Park club house has been reached with the structures for the roof now clearly visible.

The new building will become the home of the Fremantle Tennis Club, Fremantle Bowling Club and the Fremantle Workers Club. It will also have spaces for the general community to use.

The City of Fremantle will also build a new car park at Parry Street next year.

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NEW FREMANTLE PARK SPORTS AND COMMUNITY CENTRE STARTS

Posted in city of fremantle, CLUBS, local government, parking, social club, sport, Uncategorized by freoview on April 4, 2019

 

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It has been eight years in the making but work has finally started on the new Fremantle Park Sports and Community Centre at Parry Street.

The existing bowling and tennis club buildings and the bowling courts will be demolished to make way for a new home shared with the Fremantle Workers Club.

The new building for the three clubs will have three function rooms, a bar, commercial kitchen, cafe, alfresco area and balcony.

New synthetic bowling courts will be put in and also two additional hardcourt tennis courts.

The functions rooms and sporting facilities will be available for casual hire by the public and the cafe and alfresco will be open daily to the public.

The $ 4.1 million building is built with $ 1.85 million from the City of Fremantle and the same amount from the Fremantle Workers Club, plus $ 400.000 through the WA Sport and Recreation Fund. The clubs have also invested $ 180.000 for additional items.

The City will also build a new carpark next to the tennis courts in Parry Street.

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NEW FREMANTLE PARK CLUB HOME BUILDER

 

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It has been a frustratingly slow process for the clubs involved but the City of Fremantle will finally decide on Wednesday on the preferred tenderer to build the new $ 4.1 million clubhouse at Fremantle Park.

The company selected to build the new home for the Fremantle Workers Club, Fremantle Tennis Club and the Fremantle Bowling Club is McCorkell Constructions and that will be confirmed by the FPOL Committee of Fremantle Council.

Estimated start of construction is the first quarter of 2019 and completion in the last quarter of that year.

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WYOLA CLUB TO CLOSE IN FREMANTLE

Posted in community, fremantle, fremantle herald, social club, western australia by freoview on June 24, 2016

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It is a real shame that another social club is closing its doors in Fremantle’s West End. The Fremantle Herald reports today that the Wyola Club in High Street will be closing as it has run out of money, after it sold the building only a few years ago for a few millions.

The Fremantle Workers and Social Club is still hanging in thereĀ at the South Fremantle Football Club at Fremantle Oval and will relocate to a new shared club house in Parry Street at the tennis club there in a few years, so go and support them. There is live music on weekends!

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