Settlement of the sale of Lot 47 took place on Friday.
Pam Hardley is very happy with her purchase and can’t wait to move into this beautiful home our community has built.
Cromwell Rotary and Lions heard all those that donated their time, expertise, skills and products to make this project such a success when they said they wanted the profits to stay in Central.
Doreen previously advised that the St John shortfall on their new station in Cromwell was $243,000, therefore, the first $243,000 is being given to St John.
The Charitable Company that undertook the Lot 47 project will continue with Doreen Evans and Garry Morton representing Rotary and Lions as well as the business community who supported this project.
They are being joined by Vicky Topping, Susan Dickie and Peter Mead. These three are all long-term St John local supporters and well known people in our community.
Further funds are going to be managed by this charitable company to support St John and the vulnerable.
Doreen would like to thank:
Meyer Cruden, C Hughes & Associates and Dig It Earthmoving who ensured the site was ready for foundations, Fulton Hogan, Expol and Complete Reinforcing who supplied aggregates, insulation pods and steel for the foundations, Cromwell Certified Concrete, Pumpcrete, Central Concrete Placing who worked together to pour the foundations, S J Allen for supplying a port-a-loo, HireKing Cromwell for supplying security fencing, R&R Hiab for supplying a site office and all crane services, 45 Central for supplying and installing 2 heat pumps, Garage Doors Central Otago for installing the garage door.
Cromwell News has followed this exciting community project with weekly articles since the beginning of April.
If you have missed any of the action the articles can be viewed on their website at: cromwellnews.co.nz/digital-editions.
Doreen said she would keep Cromwell News informed about how the money is being spent on this community.
Therefore, keep following us as we bring you updates.