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Natasha Philpott

Natasha Philpott

Natasha is BradfordToday's Community Editor. She graduated from the Media Studies program at The University of Guelph-Humber. She lives in Bradford with her husband, two boys and two cats

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natasha@bradfordtoday.ca

Recent Work by Natasha

Innisfil senior supporting Bradford Scouts through volunteering

Innisfil senior supporting Bradford Scouts through volunteering

'Any fundraiser we do, I take care of it,' says Scouts volunteer
No signs of slowing down for this 77-year-old rollerskater

No signs of slowing down for this 77-year-old rollerskater

Bradford’s Rosemary Williams used to be a competitive roller skater back in her day, and still continues to do it leisurely at the local pop up skate
InnisfilToday columnist publishes first book

InnisfilToday columnist publishes first book

The book is a collection of works written over the course of the pandemic focusing on loss, growth and hope
Innisfil's Biggest Garage Sale returns next month

Innisfil's Biggest Garage Sale returns next month

Innisfil's Biggest Garage Sale is coming back this summer for the second year in a row
Innisfil artist selling works in support of Procyon Wildlife

Innisfil artist selling works in support of Procyon Wildlife

Pyrograpby pieces etched with photos of local wildlife are up for sale in the fundraising auction from now until Sunday
Models strut their stuff at charity fashion show

Models strut their stuff at charity fashion show

The Clothes Line thrift store opened its Bradford location just six months ago,and hosted its first fashion show on Sunday
Learning cycling safety at South Simcoe Police Bike Rodeo

Learning cycling safety at South Simcoe Police Bike Rodeo

Auxiliary officers inspected bikes and fitted helmets for young cyclists Saturday morning
Local realtor receives award for community volunteerism

Local realtor receives award for community volunteerism

Bradford's Rose Sobrera recently received the Toronto Regional Real Estate Board's Community Services Award for her work on the local thrift shop with CONTACT Community Services
COLUMN: Wing Dinging with the fam, getting back to normal

COLUMN: Wing Dinging with the fam, getting back to normal

InnisfilToday editor Natasha Philpott checks out the Cookstown Wing Ding event with the family over the weekend for the first time since 2019
Innisfil Farmers’ Market opens for 2022 season (24 photos)

Innisfil Farmers’ Market opens for 2022 season (24 photos)

200+ people showed up within the first hour of the market opening on Thursday