Glenray Industries, a long standing disability support service provider in Bathurst, will have their new Head Office officially opened by Hon. Andrew Gee Member for Calare on 17th December at 11am.
The Hon. Andrew Gee MP will be on hand to officially open the new head office at 225 Howick St Bathurst, cutting the ribbon and unveiling a plaque for the new building. Following the official opening he will be joined by Board members and Senior Management for a tour of the facilities showcasing the collaborative work environment, private NDIS client spaces and state of the art training facilities.
After a long wait following the unfortunate destruction of their office by fire in May 2018, Glenray have finally relocated their administration operations into their new premises in Bathurst town centre bringing them closer to the community and making disability support more accessible to the people of Bathurst and the Central West.
The board and management of Glenray decided to seize the opportunity to make the offices more accessible to clients and sought a location close to town. Delivering high quality disability support services readily available to our clients is a priority for Glenray as we strive to improve accessibility of support services to the community.
Glenray staff are excited to finally be in their new premises, at 225 Howick St Bathurst, with Kath Graham the General Manager saying ‘We have been eagerly awaiting this opening for over 2 years. This move will facilitate better delivery of our services and programs, and provide further opportunity for people with a disability to reach their full potential’
The staff are looking forward to welcoming everyone at the new offices, if you have any questions regarding the NDIS or disability support services, drop in and we can help. We look forward to providing high quality disability support services from our new offices, helping to empower and engage the people of the Central West.