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Book Week 2017 at Bridgewater LINC

  Join us for a special Rock, Rhyme & Storytime as we celebrate Children’s Book Week. Don’t forget: Come dressed as your favourite book character!              

Brighton Community Christmas Parade

save the date to your calendar – don’t miss out Plan to be part of this fantastic family event through the streets of Bridgewater, it takes all kinds of floats for a wonderful parade so start your planning. It is … Continue reading

Futsal/Indoor Soccer Roster

Just4FunSports (partnered and accredeted with FFT) are running Tasmania’s Rural Futsal Program in Bridgewater as of the 5th of May our indoor soccer/Futsal roster is commencing  at the Bridgewater PCYC, 6-9pm. Junior Futsal RD Robins from 5-6pm

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.

The Value of Play

Play is essential for all areas of child development.  Play is not only fun, it is also an opportunity for babies and young children to learn and to explore the world around them. We invite parents to come along for this interactive session on the … Continue reading


Brighton Community News Brighton Community News

Council determined to protect ratepayers’ interests

  By TONY FOSTER Mayor THE fight to retain local government ownership of TasWater continues, with the State Government recently releasing a highly biased report from Infrastructure Tasmania to su

Water and sewerage a fundamental community service

By TONY FOSTER* HIGH quality water and sewerage services are a fundamental right of every modern community. That is why the current debate, and the proposed legislation about to be considered by the T

Grounding bags help those in stressful situations

By DAMIAN WILLIAMS * THE Breaking the Silence Advocacy Group recently distributed grounding bags to services providers in Bridgewater/Gagebrook and surrounding communities.  A grounding bag is a coll

Lisa’s voyage a life-changing experience

IMAGINE sailing the seas on a ship that looked like something straight out of Pirates of the Caribbean. Well, that’s exactly what Tasmanian trainee Lisa Guerin from Gagebrook, decided to do and she

Innovating land sales’ initiative funds new community park

BRIGHTON Council is developing a new community park at Old Beach funded by the proceeds of sales of land not needed to meet the municipality’s future vision. The Old Beach Neighbourhood Park, to be