FRESH START: City of Perth SLSC fundraising chair Tony Taylor (right), with major benefactor John Hutton (left) and club president Grant Trew, at the new club for which they are still raising money. Photos: Attila Csaszar

City Beach club fit for new era

City of Perth Surf Life Saving Club is anticipating membership growth of nearly 50 per cent over the next season as it makes itself at home in swish new premises.

However, the process of paying off the spectacular new venue is not over.

City of Perth SLSC president Grant Trew said the new facilities and expected increase in membership had prompted the club to appoint a full-time general manager and restructure the way it operates in order to deal with what is a new era at the club.


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