Harvey’s award-winning entertainment centre could be set for an upgrade and residents are being invited to have their say. The Harvey Shire is developing a master plan for the Harvey Recreation and Cultural Centre and has opened a public survey for feedback about what should be included. Crowned WA Presenter of the Year at the CircuitWest Pinnacle Awards, the HRCC is a hub for community activities, live shows and sport. The shire has reached out to community members with the aim of receiving feedback for improvements to the centre with the intention for future upgrades to be implemented into a master plan. Shire president Paul Gillett said HRCC was an important facility for the Harvey area and had been a well utilised and much loved community facility. “The HRCC master plan survey is a great opportunity for Shire residents to provide ideas for the future of the HRCC and to inform council,” he said. “The Shire is hoping that many local residents will take up the opportunity to provide feedback and share ideas they have for the facility.” During its 28-year history, the HRCC has undergone upgrades annually, its most recent upgrades included the opening of The Boundary, the extension of the gymnasium and the upgrade of the Cultural Centre stage, lighting and sound. The centre has been used as the main indoor facility for shire residents, offering sport and recreational programs as well as childcare services and large scale community events. The HRCC master plan survey is open for public feedback until January 10.