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Official Opening of the Cancer Wellness Centre - 14th November, 2014Read More
LOTTERYWEST CHEQUE PRESENTATION WA Cancer Wellness Centre president Ross Taylor, Breast Cancer WA chief executive Donna Rendell, founder and chief executive of Melanoma WA Clinton Heal and Cancer Support WA chief executive Mandy Becker-Knox Picture: Andrew Ritchie Western Suburbs, 18 of November 2013 INTERIOR design work on the new Cancer Wellness Centre in Cottesloe can start with the presentation of $685,048 from Lotterywest this month. The latest round of funding is part of $7.5 million...Read More
Cottesloe landmark to be restored BEATRICE THOMAS, The West Australian July 27, 2011, 5:28 am The heritage-listed Wanslea building, once a prominent orphanage, is set for a $9 million restoration.Described by the National Trust - which manages the State asset - as one of its most significant projects, the Cottesloe property is earmarked to become a multi-charity cancer wellness centre. Built as an orphanage in 1905 by the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, the two-storey property, in Railway...Read More
Outstanding Adaptive Reuse at Wanslea The National Trust of Australia (WA) will receive $6.5 million from Lotterywest to redevelop a heritage precinct in the beachside suburb of Cottesloe into a leading cancer support centre for the Western Australian community. This exceptional adaptive reuse project is made even more outstanding by the fact that the initiative also acknowledges the social values associated with the heritage place. Few lives these days are not touched in some way by cancer and...Read More