Clear paths to a new pavilion

by admin on July 14th, 2018

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Chairman Ross Edwards, Milton Taylor and Colin Woods mark the official opening of the Taylor Wood Pavilion. The Pavilion opened last month and is 121 metres long and 18m wide.You could have been forgiven for thinking the heavens were blessing the Henty Machinery Field Days’(HMFD’s) forward-thinking committee.

It bucketed down and not once did the pathways through the site flood and lifestyle exhibitors were well placed in a new Colorbond pavilion.

The new Taylor Wood Pavilion, named in honour of long time supporters of the field days Milton Taylor and Colin Wood, was officially opened by its namesakes and chairman Ross Edwards.

In a year of milestones Mr Edwards marked 50 years of field days since beginning as a young bloke helping direct people in the car park.

In his opening address at the field days Mr Edwards celebrated the fact the board had spent up big on drainage works in the past three years.

In the ominous downpours leading up to this year’s field days Mr Edwards said:“It only stopped raining 12 hours ago and we’re not flooded.”

He credited the event’s principal sponsors, Moane-Fitzgerald Constructions, an engineering and road construction firm, formuch of the work.

Partner in the firmChris Moane said the the Wagga Wagga-based company had been principal sponsor of the event for the past three years and intended to continue the association.

Underground and surface drainage work had been the first major project undertaken in its role three years ago, said Mr Moane.

Last year the company graded roads, refurbished toilet blocks, installed 10 showers and two disabled-access toilets and installed toilets in the bar area.

This year the company put down the hardstand for the new pavilion, changed road levels along Petticoat Laneand sealed it.There were more than 800 exhibitors this year and Mr Edwardssaid that reflected the current confidence agriculture was experiencing and, despite the dairy industry weathering something of a crisis, beef and sheepmeat prices were strong.

“It’s all leaning towards creating a more serviceable venue for other event.

And if ‘build it and they will come’ rings true in any instance it is certainly at Henty.Next year in March a 4WD and Outdoor Adventure Expo will be at the site, with expectations of 20,000 plus visitors.

Former chief executive of the HMFD Graeme Hicks said it was the biggest event of its kind other than the field days to be hosted at the site.

He said the key to the event’s success was largely maintaining a country atmosphere but continually upgrading services offered.

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