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Monday 30 January 2012 | Published in Regional


All sports enthusiasts, especially volleyball players and supporters, are encouraged to help develop the beach volleyball courts by joining the working bee today at 5pm.

Since the volleyball association took over the lease of the section opposite the Nikao Social Centre and the ceremonial sod turning in April last year not much has happened on the land apart from some moving of sand.

Lack of funds has been the reason for the lack of action on the land and while the volleyball federation wait for funding theyve decided that manpower will be the best way forward in developing the land with a series of working bees to be conducted over the next few weeks starting today.

The beach volleyball courts will be a recreational area for everyone to use and so the public at large is asked to come and help get the project off the ground and give our kids a great place to learn and play beach volleyball as well as beach soccer.

Please bring shovels, nail racks and wheel barrows.

The working bee will involve sifting and spreading the piles of sand on the site.

For more information contact Hugh Graham on mobile 52287.