Upgrades to the New Horizons centre are nearing completion.
New Horizons provides people with disability support to help them get involved with sports and recreational activities.
The group’s Mowbray centre has undergone large scale renovations with the help of Rotary.
However, it is the contributions made by the wider community that has drawn gratitude from those in charge of the refurbishment.
More than 20 businesses and individuals have pitched in to upgrade the centre.
“It just makes you feel good to be here and live in Launny,” project director Jon Williams said.
“To have all of these people actually come together for one common purpose and that purpose was to make other people’s lives better.”
Renovations included fencing upgrades, evening out pavement in the parking area and a basketball hoop.
A new deck was built in the outdoor area, along with new benches and furnishings.
Artificial turf was installed, and mulch was donated to revitalise the garden area.
“It’s a really nice space for people, we’ve got barbecues coming,” Mr Williams said.
A plaque will be placed in the garden to thank those who gave their time and resources to renovating the centre.
A wheelchair-accessible bench will also be dedicated to caretakers and contributors who died before the renovations were complete.
Mr Williams said they also have plans to commemorate Launceston harbour master Charles Black who recently passed.
He helped build the outdoor deck area, the centre will be officially reopened December 17.
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