Belgravia Leisure and the Circular Head Council have asked the Circular Head Community to come up with a name for the Circular Head Community Wellbeing Centre.
Over the next month residents will be able to submit their ideas and vote for their favourite shortlisted name. It is recognised that the current name whilst reflecting what the uses of the facilities on-site is a bit of a mouthful and was selected as a working title without any community input. Council would like to provide the community with the opportunity to be involved in selecting a name for the facility.
Due to open in early 2019, the facility will include a six-lane 25m pool, a three-lane 12.5m program pool for swimming lessons, a children’s aquatic play area, multipurpose program space, and much more.
The competition is open to all residents and schoolchildren in the Circular Head region, with great prizes up for grabs, including;
“We encourage the community to get behind this fantastic competition designed to give our new facility a wonderful and befitting name,” said Circular Head Council Mayor Daryl Quilliam.
“The centre will provide many benefits for the residents of the Circular Head region. Not only will this site provide new options to engage in physical activity, but it will also allow the community to create meaningful relationships through collaboration between community groups, sporting clubs, businesses, community service providers and health service providers.
“We look forward to giving the Circular Head community the opportunity to have their say and make the new facility their own.”
The winning name will be announced in the new year. Other key dates for those that are interested in participating are as follows:
For more details visit www.circularheadwellbeingcentre.com.au or follow the fun on Facebook www.facebook.com/circularheadcommunitywellbeingcentre
About the centre:
Opening in early 2019, the new Circular Head Community Wellbeing Centre is located in Smithton, north-west of Tasmania. Residing on the northern side of the Smithton Sports Centre bounded by Grey Street, Gibson Street and Nelson Street.
This state-of-the-art wellbeing and leisure facility will include a six-lane 25-metre indoor swimming pool, a program pool and aquatic play area for the kids to enjoy. Services will include swimming party options, kiosk, group fitness classes and aqua aerobics programs.
The centre also offers progressive Learn to Swim swimming lessons. Delivering students with a new and effective way of learning how to swim. Inspiring students to explore pathways into competitive and recreational swimming. Swimming lessons are conducted by fully trained, accredited, licensed and insured teachers of swimming and water safety.