Easter parade to be first of many

THIS year Discovery Early Learning Centre in Bridgewater celebrated its first annual Easter hat parade in conjunction with RACT.

All of the children spent weeks planning and decorating their hats and bonnets with great care. The centre was fortunate that the weather stayed clear as children as young as six months paraded around the playground for family and friends.

The Centre’s children, including a very happy Ronnie Horne, enjoyed lots of fun activities at the first annual Easter hat parade, held in conjunction with RACT.

Along with the very colourful hat parade, there were three Easter raffles with plenty of chocolate to last a long time. RACT was also present to provide all parents a free car restraint check and adjustment for their cars.

For more information about the Centre’s services visit the web site www.discoveryelc.com.au or call us on 6263 7809.

 

Another successful season for Brighton Bowls

THE Brighton Bowls Club is looking at creating increasing community interest in the sport after it enjoyed yet another successful summer season in the Bowls South pennant competition.

In the final pennant standings for the year, the ladies division one were seventh,  division three, eighty, division five fifth,and  mixed open, fifth.

For the men, division one had a difficult year to finish last, division three Reserve were third, Division 5 were first. Continue reading “Another successful season for Brighton Bowls”

Property purchase to enhance community wellbeing

By Geoff Taylor

ACTING MAYOR

THIS issue of Brighton Community News contains a story on Council’s purchase of a large property in Jetty Road, Old Beach with will enable us to develop a much needed hub for the local community.

The property is adjacent to the Lennox Park Oval and gives us the opportunity to consider some exciting options to enhance community amenities at Old Beach. Continue reading “Property purchase to enhance community wellbeing”

Council buys property next to oval – boost for Old Beach

COMMUNITY amenities at Old Beach will be enhanced following Brighton Council’s purchase of a large property in Jetty Road adjacent to the Lennox Park Oval.

The property, previously owned by the Catholic Church and used as a hostel, comprises a 4165 square metre block with four buildings – a large house / office building, two cottages and a shed, as well as a large carpark. Continue reading “Council buys property next to oval – boost for Old Beach”