Centreville-Wareham-Trinity
of Newfoundland & Labrador
Centreville-Wareham-Trinity
of Newfoundland & Labrador
Centreville-Wareham-Trinity
of Newfoundland & Labrador
Centreville-Wareham-Trinity
of Newfoundland & Labrador
Centreville-Wareham-Trinity
of Newfoundland & Labrador
Centreville-Wareham-Trinity
of Newfoundland & Labrador

Christmas Concert Performance

Announcing a Christmas Music Concert Performance by Community Choir on Thursday, December 8th, 2022 at 7:00 pm at the Lions Centre. Adults: $5 Students: $3All proceeds go to the Veterans Memorial Plaque.

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Tree of Love

Once again, it’s that time of the year for the CWT Fire Departments’ annual Tree of Love. You can help light our tree by giving a donation in memory of a loved one or friend. All donations accepted! The members of the Volunteer Fire Department greatly appreciate the support received

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Public Notice from Deputy Mayor

As your Deputy Mayor and on behalf of your Councilors, we like for you to take a couple of minutes and read this message on “Illegal Dumping” and the impact it has on you as a taxpayer. Recently, the Town was informed of an incident where illegal dumping of household items, etc. was dumped on Old Jingle Way. Once our office was notified, we reached out to all of you asking for assistance of who might be responsible for this act of no respect for the Community. Unfortunately, no one came forward and nor did the person(s) responsible come forward, leaving us no other choice but having you the tax payer to pay for this behavior. This garbage had to be removed and properly disposed of. The Maintenance Staff was directed to remove this illegal dumping and a fee was associated at the Waste Management Depot.

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In 1992, the towns of Centreville, Wareham and Trinity amalgamated to one municipality. Today, Municipal Council is referred to as the Town of Centreville-Wareham-Trinity. The latest census of 2011 places our population at 1161.

Our community is rich in heritage with many of our past industries associated with the fishing and forestry highlighted at our Resettler’s Museum. This facility reflects the history of our community as people resettled here from many island fishing villages off our coastline.