It’s raining money in arts cash splash

Labor doubles its Toodyay election bet with second $100,000 pledge.

Toodyay arts supporters and community leaders with WA Culture and Arts Minister David Templeman (front row, white shirt), local Labor MP Darren West (front row, third from right) and Labor’s Moore election candidate Barni Norton (blue dress, standing) at last month’s Labor announcement of $100,000 to help buy Toodyay’s former St Aloysius boys’ school (pictured behind) to turn into a local arts centre.

LABOR has pledged another $100,000 for Toodyay ahead of the March 13 State Election as part of a $1 million bid to win the Legislative Assembly seat of Moore from WA Nationals Deputy Leader Shane Love.

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