West Coast Eagle Josh Kennedy helps open Bunnings Wangara

West Coast Eagles player Josh Kennedy with Bunnings Wangara staff. Photo: Martin Kennealey
West Coast Eagles player Josh Kennedy with Bunnings Wangara staff. Photo: Martin Kennealey

FOOTBALLER Josh Kennedy visited Landsdale yesterday to help open a Bunnings hardware store.

The West Coast Eagles player joined the company’s marketing and merchandising director Clive Duncan, operations general manager Debbie Poole, complex manager Marty Hornbuckle and staff at the store for the April 17 official opening.

The warehouse covers more than 13,000sq m and features an indoor timber trade sales area with a four-lane drive-through, full flooring display, D.I.Y workshop space, five kitchen displays, four bathroom displays, playground and cafe.

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Mr Hornbuckle said employees were excited to lend a hand to the local community and welcome residents to the store.

Free activities planned at the store this weekend include a bouncy castle, merry-go-round ride, animal farm, face painting, temporary tattoos and Trolls characters to meet and have a photo with.

West Coast Eagles player Josh Kennedy with Bianca, Richie and Craig De Mello. Photo: Martin Kennealey

Local police will also be fitting free security screws to vehicle registration plates to prevent thieves stealing them from 10am to 2pm on April 21.

Wanneroo Central Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade will hold the first fundraising sausage sizzle at the store this Saturday.

Bunnings Warehouse Wangara is located at 20 Hartman Drive, Landsdale.

West Coast Eagles player Josh Kennedy with Alex Hack from Bunnings Wangara.

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