Services & Departments
SERVICES PROVIDED TO OUR RESIDENTS
The Baverstock Public Library is now equipped with wireless internet service along with a broad selection of literature on Mondays from 5:00pm to 8:00pm and Wednesdays from 4:00pm to 8:00pm. The speed is faster than ever before. Please feel free to come and utilize our computers, or our new sitting area that is open to the public during office hours.
Every Tuesday afternoon from 1:00pm to 4:30pm Nurse Practitioner, Susan Blakely, is at the medical clinic located at the Municipal Office. This service is available to all members of our community. If you are in nned of a docote within the Central Hastings Family Health Team, please contact Health Care Connect at 1-800-445-1822.
We have an Animal Control Officer; Gerald Hawkins 613-473-5032
Our Community Center is available for rental for many different types of functions. There is a full kitchen facility and newly renovated space that is perfect for small groups or larger gatherings. Click here to view rental agreement
Low Impact Aerobics are still being offered Mondays and Thursdays at 10:00 am at the Tudor and Cashel Community Centre.
Please feel free to join in. The instruction is structured for those that are just starting on their way to better physical fitness and those that would like a bit of a challenge are given the opportunity to push themselves a bit harder.
This is being offered free of charge and all are welcome to participate.
If you are looking for the opportunity to get out for a dinner in the community, or just to socialize, check the events calendar for the numerous special activities that are hosted by the Recreation Committee along with Euchre and Cribbage throughout the year. For the past few years the youth of the community have provided dinner and a show to celebrate the holiday season. Keep your eyes open for the date of these events.
The Township of Tudor and Cashel remains focused on the issue of sustainability. The Council of Tudor and Cashel realize that to remain sustainable, they need to have a plan for the management of their assets and infrastructure. An asset management plan has been developed to help guide council and staff to make decisions on which projects should be prioritized for which years.