New Shed For Carbethon Folk Museum Thanks To Heritage Crow’s Nest

Heritage Crow’s Nest community branch has presented a cheque for $33,302 to Crow’s Nest Historical Society Inc. for a shed to built at Carbethon Folk Museum in Crow’s Nest.

The shed will be 18 metres x 7 metres with a sealed cleaned storage area with shelving. One third of the shed will be used as a workshop area with craft workshops such as leatherwork and silver smithing and school holiday programs among future uses in this area of the shed. Machinery and other items will be housed in the rest of the shed.

Inspecting the plans for the shed to be built in the south-east corner of the grounds are Crows Nest Historical Society Inc. President Sue Pechey (left) and Heritage Crow's Nest Community Branch Manager, Julie Murphy.

Heritage Crow’s Nest Community Branch is a joint venture between Progressive Community Crow’s Nest Ltd (PCCN) and Heritage Building Society. Under the Heritage community banking model, 50% of branch profits are distributed to community organisations, charities and special community events.

Submitted by Jenny Gersekowski

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