Today is the Open Day for the new-look Glen Willow Reserve, and all Mudgee locals are encouraged to take their first gander at the new facilities on offer. The Mudgee community have been waiting for the development to be completed, and there’s a touch of excitement in the air for the sporting groups that will be taking full advantage of the Mid-Western Regional Council’s revamped Glen Willow Regional Sporting Complex.
There will be afternoon clinics for the kids on the main playing field between 4pm-5pm and 5pm-6pm and will give them a first hand look at the first class oval. According to an article in the Mudgee Guardian late last week, there’ll likely be a number of winter sports clubs holding registration days today as well.
Be there between 4pm and 7pm and you can tour the new grandstand, enjoy live music and a free BBQ, and if you wear your team’s colours you can be part of the commemorative photo. You can also be in the running to win a family pass to the AAMI Country v City Origin match on Sunday 22nd of April 2012, so there’s definitely good reason to be there!
It’s great to see that Mudgee’s sporting facilities are comparable to other state of the art sporting fields in NSW, and that the Council have committed to providing these facilities to the Mudgee community. It’s going to be a busy part of Mudgee on weekends, so if you’re a local sports supporter, let us know what you think of the new-look Glen Willow Regional Sporting Complex, we’d love to hear your opinions!