The hall is now one of almost 1000 Neighbourhood Safer Places across NSW that provide a suitable place to go as a last resort for shelter during a bushfire. “It’s a site people can go to if they’ve got a bushfire hot on their heels and their survival plan fails,” NSW Royal Fire Service (RFS) community project planning officer Daniel Gibson said. The Neighbourhood Safer Places program is administered by the NSW RFS and is a result of recommendations from the 2009 Victorian Bushfire Royal Commission. The work was conducted by local contractor B&F Gartshore for a cost of $94,000 which was funded from the Neighbourhood Safer Places Enhancement Fund. Slag Handling, Ash Handling, Slag Crusher, Ash Sealing Device , Ash Bin – Kechengyi,https://www.slagremoving.com/