Bathurst creates 3-year-plan to preserve heritage

Bathurst creates 3-year-plan to preserve heritage

Bathurst Regional Council is set to impose a three year plan, that will maintain the regions unique heritage for years to come.

The Heritage Management Strategy will centre on the preservation of Bathurst’s long history, in order to ensure the region maintains a strong sense of identity.

Mayor Gary Rush says the strategy, due to be implemented from 2014 to 2017, will outline how the council will effectively support local heritage management, through means of funding.

Mr Rush says it is of utmost importance that Bathurst’s heritage is maintained, as it enriches lives with firm links to where we came from.

This new plan comes ahead of Bathurst’s bicentenary, which will be celebrated in 2015.

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