Council sets its sights on completing Hampden Bridge Legacy Project in New Year

4 months ago

Wagga Wagga City Council will continue transforming the former site of the historic Hampden Bridge early in the New Year, with a vision to complete the project by the end of April.

The highly anticipated Hampden Bridge Legacy Project is using salvaged sections of the bridge, demolished in 2014, to connect the city’s rich and diverse history with its future.

Strong progress has already been made at the prominent site along Fitzmaurice Street, including the refurbishment of existing community artwork, like Arthur Wicks’ iconic propeller, and the successful installation of a gas lantern painstakingly restored by Wagga’s Rodney Donkin.

Read the full Council News article on our website.
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