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Monday, 6 October 2014

Guy and Jules Sebastian to open new children’s playground donated by The Sebastian Foundation

Guy Sebastian and his wife Jules will unveil the latest project completed by their family charity - a children’s playground - at a very special Community Day on Saturday October 11, 2014.



The Winmalee Community Day will celebrate the official opening of the new $30,000 play area which has been a true labour of love, taking almost 6 months to complete. The area includes a play centre, creative zone for kids and an outdoor meeting space for parents.
Guy and Jules will also be joined by The Sebastian Foundation ambassador Sam Moran and other community figures in officially opening the new playground.

Here is the official open to the public invite:





We as a foundation and family wanted to be a part of giving a long lasting legacy for the community of the Blue Mountains to enjoy,” said Jules Sebastian. Jules and Guy are proud parents to two sons, Hudson James, 2,  Archer Jones, 5 months.

“The playground is The Sebastian Foundation’s way of imparting some all-important family fun time, for not only the kids, but for the adults to enjoy too. We are honoured to be a part of rebuilding of the Blue Mountains community and can’t wait to see all the smiling faces having fun using the new facilities,” she added.

The Winmalee Playground was made possible thanks to generous contributions from the public, the volunteers at the Winmalee Neighbourhood Centre, and with the support of the following companies: Colourgroup, Coates Hire, Parchem, Western Suburbs Concrete, Australian Native Landscapes and more.

The event details for the Winmalee Playground Open Day:

Where: Winmalee Neighbourhood Centre, 62 White Cross Road Winmalee NSW
When: Saturday 11 October 2014 from 10am - 2pm.
What: Join in the public opening of The Sebastian Foundation’s new playground with appearances by Guy Sebastian, Jules Sebastian and Sam Moran.

The Sebastian Foundation credo is 'Families Helping Families'. For more on the foundation, you can go to their page here.

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