THE East Derwent Little Athletics Centre welcomed its milestone birthday in style recently, when it celebrated its 30th year with a huge party at Weily Park in Bridgewater.
Young children who attended were treated to an assortment of fun and novelty events including fun with balloons and bubbles, along with the regular track and field events that took place on the day. The celebratory activities culminated with the cutting of an enormous birthday cake.
THE Brighton Bowls Club has organised a new bowling competition for local people and businesses that goes by the name of ‘barefoot bowls’.
Van Ransley, a board member from the club said the competition had been running in other clubs in southern Tasmania and the Brighton Bowls committee thought it would be a good idea to start it in Brighton. The committee was keen to introduce new people to the club, generate more revenue, become for relevant in the community and overcome the perception that bowling is for old people. Continue reading “Kick up your heels with barefoot bowls”
BRIGHTON Council has launched a new marketing campaign to bring new business and employment to the municipality.
Mayor Tony Foster released a new flyer and brochure promoting the Brighton Industrial Estate to senior business leaders at a Property Council luncheon in Hobart. The launch followed the recent decision by Brighton Council to establish a specialist body to advise on investment and business development in the municipality. Continue reading “Promoting and marketing the Industrial Estate”