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Free Hearing Checks

Australian Hearing will be providing free hearing checks at the Brighton Pharmacy on Thursday 21 February between 10am and 12pm. Bookings preferred, at the pharmacy. Checks are available to adults (over 18) or come along and have a chat about … Continue reading

Fun with Robots

Here’s your chance to have fun with robots. Give it a go and see what you can do with a robot. Race against other robots or challenge them to an obstacle course. Suitable for children 7 years and over. Robots … Continue reading

Robotics Coding

Robots need to be programmed before they work. Another name for programming is coding. In this activity you will Learn how to code a robot. Then test it out to see how your code works. Suitable for children aged 7 years … Continue reading

Free Immunisation Clinics 2019

IMMUNISATION CLINICS 2019 The Brighton Council sponsors a free monthly immunisation clinic at the Brighton Civic Centre 25 Green Point Road, between 2.00 p.m. – 3.00 p.m. on the following dates:- Tues. 8th January Tues. 5th February Tues. 5th March … Continue reading

Music, fun & food…

Are you aged 12 or over? If yes, then Youth Off The Street offer you their FREE Outreach Program. Contact Youth Off The Streets to find out where they will be and when.

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Santa’s on his way to our Brighton community

By SHERYL RAINBIRD* CHRISTMAS is just around the corner. It’s always a busy time, but we have a great free event that you and your family will enjoy right in the heart of Brighton. Our Community Chr

A safe and happy festive season for all Brighton municipality residents

BRIGHTON Mayor Tony Foster and the Council have extended good wishes to the community for a safe and happy festive season. Cr Foster said while the lead up to Christmas was always busy, he hoped that

Child care forum focuses child learning on landscapes

By NICKI KASTNER* EACH year all the Child and Family Centres (CFCs) from around Tasmania come together for a day. This year Clarence Plains CFC and Wayraparatte CFC (Geeveston) joined forces to presen

Council stability a key to the future growth of our community

 By TONY FOSTER* In late November, Mayor Tony Foster delivered his annual ‘State of the Council’ report, outlining some of the highlights of the past year and looking forward to 2019. His report

Brighton confident about the future

BRIGHTON Mayor Tony Foster has expressed great confidence in the future of the municipality and says the growth of the region sees it on the cusp of perhaps the most exciting time in his more than 25