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Most people understand the joys of volunteering – the satisfaction of being needed, of feeling useful, and of spending time supporting a personal passion.   But if you haven’t tried it, or want a change, take advantage of a new service … Continue reading

Saver Plus

Saver Plus is a financial education and matched savings program delivered by The Smith Family in Tasmania.  Eligible families who complete the program can access up to $500 in matched savings for education costs including uniforms, books, computers and iPads, … Continue reading

Seasons for Growth group for children bereaved by cancer

Seasons for Growth® Grief and Loss Group for children bereaved by cancer Cancer Council Tasmania is offering group support and education to children aged 9 – 12 who have had a family member or close friend die of cancer. Would … Continue reading

Brighton Community Christmas Parade

Come along and enjoy the Community Christmas spirit. bring a seat and grab a spot along the route. No parking of vehicles along Parade route thanks. Roads will be closed during parade.  

Looking for volunteers for your organisation?

Volunteering Tasmania is the state’s Peak body for volunteering.  Our mission is to create an environment which promotes and sustains effective volunteerism.  Volunteering is proven to have a positive effect on mental and physical health, as well as being a potential … Continue reading

Brighton Community News Brighton Community News

Meet our two new school principals

By JOHN HALL TWO of Tasmania’s brightest and most qualified educators have been appointed principals at Brighton’s two largest schools. Ang Miezitis, 48, is the new principal of Brighton Primary a

Campervan and motorhome enthusiasts ready for great rally

By COL COLEMAN* THE Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia rally setup team has been in and around Pontville now for a little more than two months liaising with local businesses and suppliers who w

The new year promises to be a big year for Brighton

By TONY FOSTER THE new year 2017 is now more than a month old and it promises to be an important 12 months for the Brighton municipality. In this issue of Brighton Community News you will read about o

Brighton Streetscape Project ready to go

FEDERAL funding has been secured for the Brighton Streetscape project and work is expected to begin shortly. The Streetscape Project will revitalise the Brighton town centre with the aim of connecting

Brighton citizens honoured for community contributions

MARK Bartlett and Angela Knight, who formed the Bridgewater and Gagebrook Clean-up Group dedicated to cleaning up rubbish in the Bridgewater and Gagebrook areas, have been presented with this year’s