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Treasure Hunt

Treasure Hunt. Join us for 15 minutes of ‘hunting’ and then go in a prize draw. Suitable for 8+ years old  

Rock, Rhyme & Storytime

Join us to share rhymes and stories with your child. Suitable for 0 -5 years old

Tangrams paper shapes

Tangrams paper shapes. Start off with a paper shape and make a new design Suitable for 9+ years old

Spring Food Festival

  Last year around 500 people attended the Spring Food Festival and festival organisers have been planning another great event. Entry to the event is free and there will be lots of free activities for the children. This year a … Continue reading

BIG Clean up day

Help us clean up our area as we work towards a cleaner community. Bring your gloves and boots and together we can make a difference, spend one hour or the day helping to clean up the Gagebrook and Herdsmans Cove … Continue reading

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Success means Anne’s on her way to the nationals

BRIDGEWATER’S Anne Smith is continuing to succeed in figure skating competitions throughout the country. She recently competed in the Crystal Challenge Trophy 2016, National Ranking figure skating c

Brighton hails tyre recycling venture

BRIGHTON Council has welcomed the recent announcement by local business Barwick’s Landscape Supplies to partner with Australia’s oldest and largest waste tyre recycler to establish an operation in

Brighton calls for end of Property Council bias

BRIGHTON Council has called on the Property Council to end its biased push for council amalgamations and support a serious consideration of resource sharing as a better and more acceptable alternative

Champion boxer motivates Robins get over the line

By LEESA SHAW* BRIGHTON Robins played New Norfolk Eagles at home in round 9 and we knew it was going to be a tough game as we hadn’t beaten them in 16 years. As luck would happen, legendary champion

Local government takes a stand on pokies

By TONY FOSTER AM OAM JP Mayor THE July general meeting of the Local Government Association of Tasmania supported Brighton’s motion to lobby Parliament to expand the terms of reference of the propos