by Brighton Community News26 February
Brighton sits at global table for Community Development

In June Brighton Council’s newly appointed Manager, Community Development & Engagement, Angela Turvey and Community Develop­ment Officer, Brittany Szlezak attended the 2023 World Community Development Conference “From the Edge” on Larrakia country in Darwin.

by Brighton Community News26 February
More affordable housing options on the way

More housing options are on the way in the Brighton municipality with a new social and affordable housing devel­opment to deliver 53 properties in Bridgewater.

by Brighton Community News26 February
Bridgewater PCYC the high achiever of 2023

The Bridgewater PCYC has had a great first half of 2023 with numerous achievements under their belt. Achievements include winning the 2023 Telstra Best of Business Awards ‘Building Communities’ category and being a recipient of a MyState Foundation grant, valued at $10,000.

by Brighton Community News26 February
New cafe now brewing in Brighton

There’s a new spot to get your caffeine hit locally, with Bean to Brew cafe recently opening at the Brighton Civic Centre in Bridgewater. The team behind the cafe are Sam and Heather – they ran the business out of a coffee van for many years but the new bricks-and-mortar cafe gives locals a spot to meet, connect and enjoy good food and coffee.

 

by Brighton Community News26 February
Carers: Have your say in Carers Tasmania research project

Carers Tasmania are running a research project to better understand the experiences and needs of informal kin­ship carers across Tasmania.

by Brighton Community News26 February
Still time to shoot Jerry

Have you snapped a great pic of the Bridgewater Jerry?

by Brighton Community News26 February
New public recycling bins keep Brighton clean and green

New recycling bins have  been installed as part of  Brighton Council’s efforts  to provide greater recycling options and improve the amenity of the Brighton area. The new bins are at the Bridgewater playground,  outside the IGA in Brighton and at the Civic Centre.

by Brighton Community News26 February
A big community thank you to Brittany Szlezak

It was with much sadness that Brighton Council said goodbye to Community Development Officer Britta­ny Szlezak in April this year due to her moving interstate.

by Brighton Community News26 February
Bridgewater Community House Reopens

The Bridgewater Community House renovations are com­plete, with the official reopen­ing held late July.

by Brighton Community News26 February
New Brighton dog park will soon have tails wagging

Construction on a much an­ticipated off-lead dog park in Brighton started in May this year and is due to be completed by early August. The Brighton Dog Park, at the Ted Jeffries Memorial Park in Seymour Street, is set to become a favourite destination for local pooches and their owners.

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Brighton sits at global table for Community Development
Brighton sits at global table for Community Development
Brighton sits at global table for Community Development
Brighton sits at global table for Community Development
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!
Brighton sits at global table for Community Development
Brighton sits at global table for Community Development
Brighton sits at global table for Community Development
Brighton sits at global table for Community Development
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