APPROXIMATELY 300 families came to Herdsmans Cove Primary school, to join in the fun for the Big Beach Day! Families arrived in droves with their bathers and beach towels, ready to enjoy the giant water slide and jumping castle, ball games, sandcastle competition, baby paddling pools, music and dancing, train rides, and an awesome free barbecue.Continue reading “The beach comes to Herdsmans Cove”
CHRIS Ziehfreund (‘Ziggy’) from the Old Beach Cricket Club reached an outstanding milestone in round 11 of the roster. Chris became only the second player in the history of the Old Beach Cricket Club to Jim Cleary, to play 400 games.
ON February 11, with Deputy Mayor Barbara Curran and general manager Ron Sanderson, I will represent Brighton Council at a meeting of Councils with the Treasurer and Minister for Local Government Peter Gutwein to discuss local government reform in this State.
While we are advised that the Minister “does not have a fixed agenda”, we do know that the Government is under pressure from big business and large property owners who want to force Council amalgamations in the hope that it will bring rate savings for them. Continue reading “Shared service best for Brighton”
LONG-time Brighton resident, Sonya Williams from Gagebrook was honoured with Brighton’s Citizen of the Year and Volunteer of the Year awards for her lifetime work of volunteering for community and advocacy groups. The awards were part of Brighton’s Australia Day Awards and citizenship ceremonies.