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Karate Classes

Traditional Martial Arts *Self Defence    *Fitness & Flexibility *Self Discipline *Co-ordination *Self Confidence *Affordable Rates We Have Been In Brighton For Over 25 Years Facebook:    

Safer online shopping – Christmas edition @ Bridgewater Library

  Learn how to spot a FAKE online deal, common online scams to look out for & where to get help. Also  how to shop and pay for things safely online.

Makers’ Market

Stalls so far include: Beautiful personalised items (fabulous Christmas gifts!) Jewellery & trinket boxes & earings  Hand made greeting cards & Baby bibs  Hair bands, scrunchies & bags Home produce, cakes (yummy) & delicious biscuits Plants galore! Beautiful Glass bottle … Continue reading


  Learn how to design posters, cards, and images easily using web-based software Canva.   Canva is a free graphic design tool website. It is used by non-designers as well as professionals. The tools can be used for both web … Continue reading


  Join us in this fun, creative class where you can showcase your skills and consolidate your learning.     Canva is a free graphic design tool website.  

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Brighton Football Club welcomes new players, new coach and new board

By DARREN CLARK* THE Brighton Football Club has elected a new board at its recent annual general meeting –  the final piece in the rebuilding of the club. In the past few months, we have seen n

On the road to a safer future

By MAREE CONRAD WILSON* JORDAN River Learning Federation Senior School recently hosted a major media event to launch a State Government Road Safety Campaign targeting and educating young people and th

Show a shining light on region’s agriculture and produce

  THIS year’s Brighton Show was a huge success with gate numbers well up from last year. Brighton Agricultural Society president Geoff Jackson said he was delighted to see Tasmanians continuing

Brighton puts on a Show for its region and community

By TONY FOSTER  THIS year’s Brighton Show was a fantastic success, with some 20,000 people attending the one-day event. The Brighton success certainly disproves the theory that agricultural shows a

Council adopts climate change and resilience strategy

BRIGHTON Council has adopted a comprehensive climate change and resilience strategy designed to demonstrate its local leadership in mitigating and planning for climate change. Brighton recognises the