THE Bridgewater PCYC has just recently taken possession of its new jumping castle donated by the Vodafone Australia Foundation.
Assistant club superintendent at the Bridgewater PCYC, Andrew Dean said
the castle would add to the wide variety of activities currently on offer.
“The jumping castle is already proving to be a real hit with kids attending the PCYC,” Mr Dean said.
BRIGHTON Football Club has signed Ben Atkin as senior playing coach for two years
Ben has fantastic football experience having played ore than 100 games with the Tassie Devils. A past William Leitch medalist, Ben has won numerous best and fairest awards and more recently was the playing coach at Claremont.
Ben’s vast experience and leadership skills will continue the upward trend of the success at our club, which has been buzzing since the end of the season.
THE process of planning to revitalise the town centre of Brighton is well underway and it is now at a stage where draft plans are being put to the community for input and consultation.
Brighton Council commissioned Tasmanian environmental planning and landscape architecture firm Inspiring Place Pty Ltd to look at ways of improving the general appearance, accessibility, safety and functionality of the Brighton town centre along the Midlands Highway between Elderslie Road in the south and Pontville to the north to coincide with the start of the Brighton bypass.
THE first inspection of the new multi-million dollar Bridgewater and Southern Midlands Learning Federation sites was undertaken at an official ceremony marking the start of the gymnasium for the complex, this month.
At the same event, Council re-signed its partnership with the Tasmanian Government and it was also presented with $1 million worth of government funding for a major street and public space landscaping project for Brighton (see story this page) and Bridgewater. Continue reading “Education leaders”