by Brighton Community News14 June
Grants on offer to make fishing in Tasmania more accessible

The next round of funding for the Better Fishing Grants, adminis­tered by the Tasmanian Govern­ment, has been announced.

by Brighton Community News14 June
Bridgewater National Tidy Town finalist

Congratulations to Bridgewater which has been named as a national finalist in the Keep Australia Beau­tiful 2024 Tidy Towns Sustainability Awards.

by Brighton Community News14 June
Community Building Workshop: Let’s discover together how to build the strengths of our community

The two day workshop will be co-facilitated by a member of the Jeder Institute alongside our very own experienced place-based community development workers Kylie Murphy and Joselle Griffin.

by Brighton Community News14 June
Brighton’s Booming

Brighton is moving ahead in leaps and bounds. Here’s what is currently happening in the Brighton township

by Brighton Community News14 June
New home for Brighton Food Hub

Since opening the new Food Hub Shop at 86 Jetty Road, Old Beach (at Cloak Oval), the Brighton Community Food Hub has been busier than ever.

by Brighton Community News14 June
Do you need volunteers?

Is your local community group or sporting organisation looking for more members or volunteers. The Brighton Community News would like to hear from you.

by Brighton Community News14 June
Keeping up with growth in Brighton

It is absolutely amazing to think that between the town­ship of Brighton and the River Derwent, we have almost $1 billion of developments under construction at this time.

 

by Brighton Community News14 June
Ready to Roll: BYAG Celebrate New Pump Track Opening

Get your bikes ready! Brighton Youth Action Group (BYAG) are hosting an event to celebrate the opening of the new pump track, which also coincides with Youth Week Tasmania.

by Brighton Community News14 June
Hear us roar: International Women’s Day in Brighton

On 6 March our community held an International Women’s Day event in Brighton with the theme ‘Safer Communities for Women’.

by Brighton Community News14 June
Brighton Community Volunteer Awards nominations open

Know a fantastic, hard working volunteer in our area? Nomina­tions are now open for the Brigh­ton Council Community Volunteer Awards.

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Grants on offer to make fishing in Tasmania more accessible
Grants on offer to make fishing in Tasmania more accessible
Grants on offer to make fishing in Tasmania more accessible
Grants on offer to make fishing in Tasmania more accessible
Brighton Council embraces reconciliation
Brighton Council has been progressing a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) under the Reconciliation Australia framework. A RAP is a structured approach to advancing reconciliation in Australia by making a public commitment as an organisation to reconciliation. There are three core pillars – Relationships, Respect and Opportunities.
New solar panels to save money and reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Next time you’re going past the Civic Centre, look up at the roof!
Grants on offer to make fishing in Tasmania more accessible
Grants on offer to make fishing in Tasmania more accessible
Grants on offer to make fishing in Tasmania more accessible
Grants on offer to make fishing in Tasmania more accessible
June – July 2024

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