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Brunswick Scouts free family day out

The Brunswick Scouts are excited to announce the final line-up for this Saturdays Brunswick Scouts Fundraiser that is taking place  at the Terrace Reserve from 11am till 4pm.

The  free, family friendly and community event will feature local bands The Ratbags at 11.30am, Burning Hands at 1pm and Sugar Rush from 2.30pm said parent volunteer and organiser Sean Tonnet.

‘There are some amazing prizes to be raffled, including from one of our major sponsor, Footbridge Café, as well as Go Sea Kayak, Byron Medi Spa and many more.’

The SES will be there and the Brunswick Fire brigade will have their open day just across the road.

‘There will be great kids activities, beautiful setting and what looks like gorgeous weather,’ finished Sean.


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