Festive times at the Brighton Alive Harvest Festival
by Brighton Council
In early March, Jordan River Services hosted the Harvest Fest community gathering at the Gagebrook Community House.
The event saw over fifteen stall holders offering activities such as face painting, arts and craft, waste education, juice making from local organic apples and a delicious sausage sizzle. The Harvest Fest gave the local community a great opportunity to catch up with each other and enjoy some good food and fun activities. This event was made possible through a Brighton Council Community Grant and collaborations throughout the Brighton Alive Network. Jordan River Services offer a wide range of support to the Brighton municipality.
You can visit one of their three community houses at the Bridgewater Community House at 6 Bowden Drive Bridgewater, the Gagebrook Community House (incorporating the Waterbridge Food Co-op) at 191 Lamprill Circle Herdsmans Cove or the local Community Shed at 10 Sorell Street Bridgewater.