WORK has commenced on renovations at the Bathurst PCYC, which will help the club in its daily operations.
The club received funding from the NSW Government to upgrade the female bathroom and to increase the capacity of the front counter.
Manager David Hitchick said the front counter has already been taken apart and just last week staff were able to look at colours and bench tops for the new one.
"That may well be happening in the background of the school holiday period as well, ready for next term," he said.
A new, bigger counter will make a huge difference for the club, which often has lines out the door as it tries to process transactions and check-ins.
"Every holidays and then the first week of term every term is just impossible to manage with one point of sale, but being able to effectively move twice as many customers at a time, it's going to make things a whole lot better for the guys as they come in," Mr Hitchick said.
Work hasn't started in the bathroom yet, with the club wanting to get through the busy school holidays first.
Mr Hitchick expects the bathroom will be started in the first few weeks of the new term.
The club hopes to receive further funding that will allow the male bathroom to also be renovated.
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