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Looking for something to do on Saturday, 28 April? The Brunswick Scouts are pulling out all the stops and holding a free family friendly fundraiser ‘Friends for Life’ with bands, raffles, great junior acts and some fun kids activities in Brunswick Heads at the Terrace Reserve Sound Shell.

We have secured some fantastic sponsorship and support from local businesses on the day and we’re very excited about the event,’ said Sean Tonnet, one of the parent organisers.

The day starts at 11am and the scouts are inviting all the community to bring a picnic rug, relax and have some fun getting involved in all the activities.

If you want to find out more about the Scouts or just have a relaxing day out in Bruns head down between 11am and 4pm on Saturday, April 28.


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