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Crash ignites residents’ anger

• By Andrew King

GOVERNORS BAY residents are

fed up with speeding vehicles on

their narrow roads and they want

action.

On Friday

night, an outof-control

car

spun off Dyers

Pass Rd and hit

trees on Terry

White’s property,

landing close to

Rosie

Belton

his daughters’

bedrooms.

He says it was

only the trees

which stopped the car from hitting

the house.

The two occupants of the car

were unhurt.

In March, residents Rosie

Belton and Robin Anderson

addressed the Banks Peninsula

Community Board about road

safety issues – speeding vehicles

and boy racer activity were the

main topics.

They suggested painting the

speed limit on the roads coming

into Governors Bay, revamping

the signs to include the

posted limit and a mobile

speed radar.

Since that meeting, Mrs

Belton said they had not

heard from the community

board.

“I am so angry we have

not heard anything. This is

a big issue for our community,”

Mrs Belton said.

Board chairwoman Christine

Wilson said city council staff had

not yet come back to them about

the suggestions, but that is not

to say they are taking the issue

lightly.

“I can’t give a definitive answer

right now of when those

measures can go ahead,

but we are taking this

very seriously, as it has

been an ongoing issue

for some time,” she said.

Mrs Belton said when

she heard about the

Christine

Wilson

car that hit trees on Mr

White’s property she sent

messages to deputy mayor

and Banks Peninsula Community

Board member Andrew

Turner asking what was happening

with their suggestions.

Mr Turner said he would

contact Mrs Belton yesterday to

arrange a meeting with her to

address her concerns and provide

her with some “real information.”

He said he will be raising the

issue at the upcoming community

board meeting on Monday to

see where the process is up to.

Mrs Belton said she wants to

continue working with the board

but said there has to be more

communication.

“We need to be told the

progress so we can then tell our

community,” she said.

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Friday night.

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Wednesday June 7 2017

FROM

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EDITOR’S

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need a kick up the proverbial at

times – and this is exactly what

Governors Bay residents and an

Akaroa pensioner are doing.

On page 1 we highlight the

frustration Governors Bay residents

are having with speeding

traffic on Dyers Pass Rd.

An out of control car came

close to hitting a house on Friday

night.

Residents are angry at what

they say is a lack of action from

their local community board.

In another battle, Akaroa

woman Sue Stewart (page 3) may

have won her fight over dangerous

footpaths.

She was injured when she

tripped over uneven tiles. The city

council says they will be repaired

within the month. Feisty Sue says

she will believe it when she sees it.

We will keep you posted.

– Barry Clarke

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News

Uneven footpaths to be fixed

Pensioner’s accident

triggers council response

• By Caitlin Miles

CRACKED AND uneven tiles

in Akaroa township will be

fixed within the month.

But pensioner Sue Stewart,

67, who grazed her face after

she tripped over the uneven

tiles, says she will believe it

when she sees it.

The city council said yesterday

work to repair the tiles is

planned to be completed this

month.

Ms Stewart featured in last

News

Pensioner strikes back

FRUSTRATED: Sue Stewart tripped on an uneven tile and fell

and grazed her face.

PHOTO: VICTORIA ANDREWS

NUK KORAKO

• By Caitlin Miles

AFTER AKAROA pensioner

Sue Stewart tripped over uneven

tiles and fell grazing her face

on the footpath, she took it

upon herself to spray paint the

hazardous concrete and loose

tiles.

Ms Stewart, 67, fell when she

was walking along the Akaroa

waterfront and decided to point

out the uneven surfaces to other

people.

She spray-painted the footpath

in broad daylight and hoped

the police would see her and try

and stop her from carrying out

“graffiti”. However, no police

were present.

She marked the area to help

prevent other people from falling

and injuring themselves.

“Locals have been complaining

about the state of the tiles

around the waterfront for ages,”

Ms Stewart said.

The city council recently carried

out public consultation on

safety improvements at footpath

intersections.

The focus of the consultation

was on installing tactile pavings

– textured, yellow surfaces that

aid pedestrians who are visually

impaired. It also included kerb

improvements and some road

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painting to make it clear where

the footpath ended and the road

began.

Ms Stewart said it was

frustrating that improving the

uneven concrete didn’t make it

into the consultation.

“It’s really bloody annoying.

This is my village, I was born

here. It breaks my heart to see

my town falling into the sea,”

she said.

City council staff went to

look at the uneven surfaces and

investigate what could be done

about the problem.

Ms Stewart said while she

hadn’t broken anything but

when she fell it had knocked her

confidence.

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In Brief

LAND SWAP FEEDBACK

The city council has started

consultation on the proposed

land swap, which involves

moving Redcliffs School to

Redcliffs Park. The plan is to

exchange ownership of Redcliffs

Park for the school site. The

swap has been proposed by the

Ministry of Education, which

wants to exchange the school

site it owns in Main Rd for the

city council-owned Redcliffs

Park on Beachville Rd. Under

the proposal, there would be a

new park on the current school

site and the school would be

built on the current Redcliffs

Park. Submissions to city

council close on June 26. •Ruth

Dyson’s column, page 13

CENTRE RECEIVES GRANT

The Heathcote Valley

Community Association

has received $5786 for the

Heathcote Valley Community

Centre. The Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board

has approved the funding from

its discretionary response fund

to go towards the set up costs of

the centre. The old centre and

library had to be demolished

due to earthquake damage. The

association has been setting up

the building and making it into

a community space.

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after she spray-painted the

dangerous area on Beach

Rd to make others aware of

the problem and get the city

council to act.

City council planning and

delivery transport manager

Lynette Ellis said contractors

had coned off the two sites

on Beach Rd that Ms Stewart

spray-painted and repair work

would be carried out.

However, Ms Stewart

doubted it would happen.

“I can’t see it happening

within the month, I can see it

happening eventually . . . it’ll

get done when the cruise ships

come and an American falls,”

Ms Stewart said.

The city council received two

complaints last month on the

state of the tiles.

Banks Peninsula city

councillor and Deputy Mayor

Andrew Turner went to the site

to see the damage and he said

he wanted Ms Stewart to know

the city council was taking the

matter “very seriously.”

•Letters, pages 6 & 7

INJURED: When Ms Stewart tripped on an uneven tile, she

fell and grazed her face. PHOTO: VICTORIA ANDREWS

In Brief

INTERSECTION OPTIONS

A report on the St Andrews Hill

Rd intersection will be presented

to the Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board next month.

The report contains the options

presented to the community about

potential changes to the intersection.

The community board will analyse

the options and make a recommendation

to the city council about what

should be done at the intersection.

The city council received more than

650 submissions on the options.

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Jacqueline Yoder

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I had shadowed Richard Edmundson

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The learners here have incredible

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I’ve been here on placement before

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the sea and inspiring students

I’ve been really supported, I’ve

been able to develop enrichment

programmes and every new

initiative that we’ve looked

at putting in has been so well

supported. And since I have

been here, there have been no

behavioural issues and all the

students are excited. I think they

sense there is a real movement.

And you’re having quite an

integral role in the school’s

redevelopment aren’t you?

Getting to watch Richard as

a leader, it’s like masterclass

every day. Being part of the

redevelopment, because I was a

dean at St Andrew’s, being able

to build on those skills I’m in a

prime position to help here. I’m a

pretty driven person, I like to be

in places where there’s challenge

and opportunity.

The thing about Linwood is

I thought there would be more

challenges, but there’s actually

been so much opportunity.

Linwood is a place where there’s

a recognition our cultural

diversity defines our identity and

it’s hugely important. A learner

comes here and can feel safe in

their culture. That’s a special

thing to have in our school and

it’s exciting because I’m learning

too.

PRESTIGIOUS: Jacqueline Yoder was a teacher at St Andrew’s College for 10 years before moving to Linwood College at the start

of this year.

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What do you hope to

see happen in Linwood’s

redevelopment?

I hope to see that Linwood

College becomes the school of

choice for our community. That

we continue to build on the

strengths we’re clearly developing

now. That we’re a place where

our innovation and cultural

responsiveness is an example

and a shining light in secondary

schooling in New Zealand.

We want Linwood to be the

benchmark. And I think it can

be, I wouldn’t be here if I didn’t

think that.

Where were you before St

Andrew’s?

I spent a period at St Bede’s

and before that almost 10

years in London working as

an investment banker. It was

good to have that long overseas

experience and then I was ready

to come home. While I was there

and outside the classroom I

ended up deciding that education

was for me. I’ve just completed

my masters in secondary school

leadership. I’ve always wanted

to live by the sea and we live

in Corsair Bay. I have three

children, aged 14, 11 and eight.

So I guess when you’re not

working you’re a bit of a taxi

service.

I’ve got a lovely husband who

does a lot of that (laughs). I’m

pretty intensively focused here

at the moment. I love doing a lot

of running, I’ve done a couple

of half marathons, but for now,

I like to call it maintenance

running.

You are a Te Reo speaker and

teacher. What drew you to that?

I have taught Te Reo in all my

roles up until now. I was head

of the Te Reo programme at St

Andrew’s, which I set up and

ran. I also taught it at St Bede’s.

I think that’s another reason

why I came to Linwood, even

though I’m not teaching it, there

are lots of opportunities to speak

with my students. I did Te Reo

at university. I would say I’m

competent in it.

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Your Local Views

We said:

Residents on Clifton Tce

may have to start paying

to park to ease traffic and

parking problems on the

street.

You said:

Lee Nicholls – That doesn’t

make it fair at all to the residents,

everybody else maybe, but residents

should have a windscreen

sticker, maybe one or two cars

each, whatever the street can

handle.

wants the city council to

fix it.

Cathryn Lucy – It’s not just

common overseas – it’s done

in Wellington too. I’ve always

wondered why Christchurch

residents complain so much

about parking when Christchurch

actually has it great.

Rohanne Compton – Common

overseas to pay for residents

parking permits. The only way

to identify residents cars allowed

to use the parking bays allocated

to them.

Lynn Mortlock – I’m surprised

the city council didn’t put

a cycleway in as well.

Maree C Brogan – To me,

all that does is line the council’s

bank account a bit more. Doesn’t

make parking any easier for

the residents or driving up past

them.

TIGHT: Car parking headaches for Cliffton Tce residents.

Ann Mason – This would

only be a start and then it will

move everywhere. It would start

a precedent.

Aileen Kimber – Money for

the city council they are good at

spending it, on things that don’t

need it.

Peggy Pickworth – In some

countries, you have to create

parking in your own front yard

or use public transport. Watch

this space, this may be your next

option. Hope not.

Jackie Wallace –

Another money-grabbing

scheme.

Norma Kloosterman – Yes

but make it free parking for

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electric cars.

We said:

Akaroa resident Sue

Stewart has spray-painted

around dangerous uneven

footpaths and surfaces in

Akaroa’s town centre after

falling over the uneven

surface herself. Now she

You said:

Dale Bradley-Page – Good

on you. So pleased your injuries

weren’t much worse. You could

have had a nasty broken wrist or

hip. Councils spend too much

time making reports on what

needs doing instead of just getting

on with doing it.

Kevin J Hodges – If the

concrete is cast in smaller sections,

the portions then take up

any movement and any raised

edges are considerably reduced.

Alternatively, use pavers, and the

issue vanishes.

Kim Mckinley – Good on

her, everyone needs to get on

board with this, it’s disgusting in

any town/city and, oh, so dangerous

for the elderly and mums

with prams.

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proposed consent conditions by

5pm on Monday 26 June, 2017.

Ten hectares of the land has

already been reclaimed following

the 2010/2011 earthquakes.

The additional land will enable

to port to increase capacity and

meet the South Island’s growing

freight requirements for the next

30 years.

Moving Port operations east, away

from Lyttelton’s residential area,

will free up the Inner Harbour for

increased community access.

10ha Reclamation (current)

24ha Reclamation and wharf (proposed)

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Even after-hours a nurse is available to give free health advice.

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News

In Brief

ROADING CHANGES

Parking restrictions, footpath

improvements and landscaping on

Nayland St will go ahead as part of

the Sumner Village Master Plan.

The work will be done outside

Matuku Takotako, Sumner Centre

and across the road outside 31-33

Nayland St. The Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board

approved the parking restrictions

to improve visibility for people

getting in and out of the community

centre car park. The community

centre is currently being built

and is expected to open in August.

ROAD CLOSURE

Selwyn Rd, Lyttelton, has been

closed to allow large trucks to access

a property. The closed section

is between Ross Tce and Selwyn

Pde. Detours are in place and the

road will be closed until the end

of the month.

CORRECTION

In last week’s Bay Harbour News,

it was reported that the Heathcote

Valley Community Association

received $5786 from

the Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board to go towards

the set-up costs of the community

centre. This is incorrect. The

community board is waiting for

further information on what the

grant would go towards before it

decides whether to approve it or

not. Bay Harbour News apologises

for the error.

Health hub design released

THE FINAL design of the

Akaroa Health Hub has been

released.

The city council’s Akaroa

Design and Appearance Advisory

Committee will discuss the

design today.

The health hub will be built

on the corner of Onuku and

Aylmers Valley Rds.

It will be built on the same site

as the previous Akaroa Hospital.

The community has been

without a hospital since it was

demolished following the September

4, 2010, earthquake.

The eastern side of the

building will accommodate a

doctor’s general practice with a

treatment room and procedure

rooms, while the western side

will have an eight bedroom

aged-care facility. In the centre

of the site will be a courtyard

which can be accessed from

multiple parts of the hospital.

Aylmers Valley Rd will remain

the main access point for pedestrians,

vehicles and ambulances

– which is the same as it was in

the previous Akaroa Hospital.

It is expected to cost $4.5 million.

The health hub is a partnership

between the Akaroa

community and the Canterbury

District Health Board.

HEALTHY DESIGN: An artist’s impression of the final design for the health hub. (Inset) The

building will contain various facilities, including an elderly care centre and general practice.

The community needs to raise

$2.5 million for the planned

hospital after Ngai Tahu pulled

out of the agreement to provide

some funding last year.

So far, more than $800,000

has been raised by the community

by various fundraisers.

The hub has been designed by

Ignite Architects.

•To donate to the health

hub, visit http://www.

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•HAVE YOUR SAY: What

do you think of the design?

Send your views to caitlin.

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• By Caitlin Miles

THREE councillors

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board members are

on the hearings panel

charged with making

recommendations on the

future site of Redcliffs

School.

Heathcote

councillor

Sara Templeton

(left)

and fellow

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board

members, Dr ​Darrell

Latham and Dr ​Tim Lindley

will all be involved in

making recommendations

to the city council on the

Redcliffs School and Redcliffs

Park land swap.

The community board

expressed an interest in

having representatives

involved in the hearings

panel. Last week the board

decided Dr Latham and

• By Cathkin Miles

A LACK of funding has

not deterred a Lyttelton

resident from getting a

mural on a wall outside the

Norman Kirk Memorial

Pool.

Greer Swinard asked the

Banks Peninsula Community

Board to look into

funding a mural on the

Oxford St wall of the pool.

The city council’s recreation

and sports unit

maintains the pool and

makes decisions on its

future. City council staff

said while they liked the

idea of a mural, at the moment

there was no money

available to fund it.

In spite of a lack of funding,

Ms Swinard said she

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Dr Lindley should be

included.

They will be joined by

councillor Glenn Livingstone

while Deputy Mayor

Andrew Turner will be

chairman of the panel.

The city council opened

consultation on the

proposed land swap on

May 29 which involves exchanging

ownership of the

park to the school site.

The swap has been

proposed by the Ministry

of Education, which wants

to exchange the school site

it owns in Main Rd for the

Bid to enhance pool wall

pushing for the project to

encourage more art in the

community.

Following the Street

Scape art display in the

city, Ms Swinard felt it

would be a “cool idea” to

have someone paint the

white wall of the pool.

“I’m surprised taggers

haven’t got it already,” she

said.

Ms Swinard has started

looking at other funding

options. She plans to look

into numerous grants and

see who would be willing

to offer services like scaffolding

and paint for free

or at a discounted price.

She has reached out to

an artist and is now waiting

for designs and costings

from the artist.

city council-owned Redcliffs

Park on Beachville Rd.

The public feedback session

is open until June 26.

City council staff will

go through all submissions

and create a report

before the hearings panel

analyses it and makes its

recommendations to the

city council.

Cr Templeton said while

the community board is

involved in the process

there would be no conflict

of interest as the members

are not directly involved in

the school.

“Once I’ve got an artist

confirmed, I’ll start

looking at companies

that might want to be

interested in helping, like

someone to supply scaffolding

or paint,” she said.

Ms Swinard said since

the wall was already white,

it would be a good blank

canvas for someone to use.

“I like murals and I

think it would be a good to

have something that would

reflect Lyttelton,” she said.

•HAVE YOUR SAY:

Do you think a mural

on the wall of the

Lyttelton Pool is a good

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Facelift

starts on

fire station

AFTER 35 years the Akaroa

volunteer fire station is being

upgraded.

The station was built in 1982

and is now getting a muchneeded

facelift.

Last week the brigade put the

call out to the community for

cardboard boxes to help pack

up the station. The call was

answered and the brigade is most

thankful.

As the firefighters packed up

they reminisced about the old

station and its memories, while

discussing plans for the upgrade.

The brigade is working out of

Portacoms while the new station

is being built on the Beach Rd

site.

It will be the second time it has

been rebuilt.

Work is already under way,

builders moved in last week

to start work on the interior,

to strengthen it to earthquake

standards and meet health and

safety regulations.

Work is expected to take just

over three months.

The station has 20 volunteers

and houses three appliances to

service Akaroa and the wider

area.

Couple’s married life on show

• By Caitlin Miles

THE LYTTELTON Arts Factory

will hold its opening show of the

season tomorrow night.

Let’s Not Argue will be art imitating

a certain amount of life – husband

and wife David Ladderman

and Lizzie Tollemache will put their

real life relationship on display

when they play husband and wife in

the show.

The original play depicts the best,

the worst and the funniest parts of

the everyday interactions between

husband and wife, including the

ever-changing gender roles and

dynamics.

The 60min show includes 100

moments, four fights, three makeups

and 24 cups of tea.

Tollemache said out of all of the

shows the couple has done, and

roles they’ve played, this was the

scariest.

“We have juggled chainsaws and

been in life-threatening situations

purely for other people’s entertainment,

but this is the most terrifying

thing we have ever done; performing

as a married couple, with my

own husband, is just so real,” Tollemache

said.

It’s not the first time the couple

has acted together, they played

together in Dunstan Creek Séance

and Mr & Mrs Alexander.

Let’s Not Argue is directed by

Mike Friend, founder of the Lyttelton

Arts Factory (formerly Loons

Theatre), and choreographed by

Neil Fisher, who is internationally

renowned for his work.

“It is even better that they have

such great chemistry on stage since

they are a real couple,” Friend said.

Ladderman and Tollemache have

been together for six years and

married for nearly two – the show

just misses their two-year wedding

anniversary.

Friend said every couple will be

able to relate to this performance.

“The show is universal; it aims to

portray the untold story of every

relationship. Anyone will be able

to see parts of their relationship on

display and that’s what makes this

play so great,” Friend said.

Lyttelton Arts Factory was formerly

known as the Loons Theatre

Trust, which was formed in 2007

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News

Barnes to head Lincoln rock event

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

AN AUSTRALIAN rock icon is

set to step foot onto the Lincoln

Domain for one of the biggest

musical festivals in Selwyn next

year.

The Selwyn Sounds concert is

back with Jimmy Barnes to headline

the rock concert, along with

an iconic line-up of Australasian

groups. It will be held on March 3.

Barnes will be joined by The

Feelers, Mental as Anything, Stellar,

The Mockers, The Narcs, The

Lady Killers and The Warratahs.

Organiser David Parlane said

the line-up is sensational and he

is excited to have secured a class

act such as Barnes to headline the

show.

“We couldn’t do the same as

what we did this year, we had to

do something a little different and

make it bigger and better . . . this

year has got a little bit more of a

feel for everybody,” he said.

It was estimated more than 7500

packed into Lincoln Domain for

the inaugural concert in March.

Mr Parlane said the organisers

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Wednesday June 7 2017

Sumner chase top six spot in cup

• By Gordon Findlater

SUMNER WON their third

straight game on Saturday with a

36-7 win over Belfast to continue

a late charge for a top six spot in

the Hawkins Cup.

With one round remaining

the equation is simple. Sumner

are currently seventh in the

competition, three points behind

Burnside in sixth. They need to

get the job done against Marist

Albion on Saturday and hope

Belfast do them a favour against

Burnside.

Sumner couldn’t pick a better

occasion to push for the top six,

with Saturday being their annual

club day.

After Saturday, the 12-team

competition will be split into

a top and bottom six for the

remainder of the season.

For the second week running,

the sea-siders had the game

wrapped up by half-time, running

in five tries to lead Belfast

31-0.

“We were fantastic in the first

half. I think we’re going to have

to ask to have the game changed

to 40 minutes,” said Sumner

coach Martin Dodgson.

The first try of the day came

through wing Zach Kiribirige

who crossed in the right corner

less than 10 minutes in. They

grabbed their second soon after

when centre Wes Mauafu ran

onto a well-placed short ball

from first-five Nik Cummings.

Sumner’s third was special. In

just his second start this season,

Marshall Suckling produced a

moment of individual brilliance

to jink past a number of tacklers

in a 50m effort.

Belfast were reduced to 14 men

midway through the opening

half when their captain Kurt

Moore was sin-binned for taking

out winger Poasa Waqanibau.

Sumner made the most of the

SPORTS

TRY-TIME: Sumner’s Tu’uta Simaile was congratulated by his

teammates after scoring in the first half against Belfast.

PHOTO: HENRY BATES​

numbers advantage, running in

two more tries before the break

courtesy of Waqanibau and

Tu’uta Simaile.

The second half was a different

picture. Waqanibau grabbed his

second try of the game, Sumner’s

only memorable moment.

“There was no intensity. There

was a period of about five minutes

where I think there might

have been a minute of ball in

play,” said Dodgson.

Luckily, Dodgson has a strong

relationship with Belfast coach

Damian Steele. He coached

Steele during their time together

at the Brothers Rugby Club in

Brisbane.

“We watched the Crusaders

game together so I was able to

give him a friendly reminder

that we need them to get a result

against Burnside,” said Dodgson.

His side’s focus will be on

Marist Albion, though. They

have just one win to their name

and fell to bottom-of-the-table

High School Old Boys on Saturday.

However, Dodgson says

everyone in the team knows they

still have a job to do and can’t

take Marist Albion lightly.

“We’re really hungry to make

that top six. I would love to have

another crack at the top teams

this year. I think we could give

some of them a serious run,” said

Dodgson.

LOOSE: Halfback

Tom Ziolo gets

ready to pounce

on the ball. PHOTO:

HENRY BATES​

RUNAWAY: Poasa

Waqanibau scored

twice for Sumner in

their 36-7 win over

Belfast. PHOTO:

ROZELLE MAY

Round 11 – Saturday

Sumner v Marist Albion

Albion; Linwood v HSOB;

Belfast v Burnside; Lincoln

University v Shirley;

Christchurch v New Brighton;

University v Sydenham

these shores, this Land

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(but not often) a particular place – however these works are not any

of those things. Looking at these works as a whole, I see the main

preoccupation has been water, and where the land meets it. The

landscape, although more modelled and distinct in terms of handling,

is not the main motivation – just as important is the inescapable fact

of the ocean.

Making these works was more about the process than before, sticking

pieces on, seeing what opportunities were created, adjusting, rearranging...

it was about not having a set finish in mind, just responding

to what the works needed. In this way I think of these works as more

universal and about painting rather than simply “landscape paintings”.

racheL Murphy - A deep connection to the land and sea

of New Zealand, is always at the heart of my work. My desire for us,

as custodians of this unique, raw beauty, to not only maintain what we

already have and often take for granted, but to return what we can to

it’s natural state.

On The Shores Of Our Land are additionally inspired by childhood

memories of looking with fascination at watercolours and lithographs

of NZ prior to colonisation, at the Auckland Art Gallery.

The design of the sculptural pieces for this exhibition, are evocative

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New uniforms boost

for Redcliffs netballers

• By Caitlin Miles

REDCLIFFS SCHOOL netball

team will no longer take to the

court in a jumble of uniforms

– they have won new gear in a

national competition.

Sports teacher Jenni Williams

decided to make the application

because on the court the players

would be wearing a mix of three

uniforms at any one time.

Ms Williams entered the team

into the ANZ Netball Dream

Delivery programme which

includes the girls getting new

uniforms, bibs, balls and gear

bags.

The school has wanted to get

new uniforms for sometime, but

the uncertainty over the future

of the where the school would

be stopped them from doing so.

Ms Williams said when the

school was confirmed to stay the

next hurdle was getting

the money to afford the uniforms.

So she decided to enter the

school in the competition,

explaining the situation in the

competitions entry form.

“The girls were really happy

when they found out,” Mr Williams

said.

The year 7 and 8 team haven’t

lost a game yet and Ms Williams

said now that they will be in

SMART: Year 7 and 8 netball team members proudly wear

their new uniforms. (Back left) Lucy Hansen-Ratter, Meila

Davys, Raffy Bennett, Maya Connolly, Althea James and Charli

Watts. (Front) Jorja Williams, Jade Timbrell and Bella

Hansen-Ratter.

the same uniform they hope to

continue their winning streak.

The team of nine were presented

with the new gear on Friday

by ANZ Ferrymead branch

manager Jenienne Campbell.

The young players can now

leave their old kit at home and

step on to court in style after receiving

a much needed upgrade.

Brignull leads Sumner club

to strong marathon result

FAMILY:

Lisa Brignull

celebrates

at the finish

line of the

Christchurch

Marathon with

her husband

Lee, son

Christopher

and daughter

Cara.

SUMNER Running Club’s Lisa

Brignull won her age category

in Sunday’s Christchurch

Marathon.

Brignull braved cold and wet

conditions to win the women’s

40-49 category. She was also the

second female home overall in a

time of 3hr 8min 10sec, behind

winner Hannah Oldroy.

Jennie Nicholson, who joined

the club this year, ran the marathon

in 3hr 19min 43sec. She

was second behind Brignull in

the 40-49 category and the sixth

women over the line.

Other results for the club

included Shaun McWhirter, who

finished 20th overall in a time of

2hr 55min.

In the half marathon, Simon

Wooding ran 1hr 26min. Michael

Laird ran in the 10km race

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THREE RESIDENTS from

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dedicated to the outdoors and

the community have been

honoured in the Queen’s

Birthday Honours this year.

Geoff Spearpoint has been

awarded a Queen’s Service

Medal for his dedication to outdoor

recreation. The Birdlings

Flat resident his written ​various

books and maintaining hut facilities

throughout Canterbury.

Mr Spearpoint’s first book

Waking to the Hills: Tramping in

New Zealand was published in

1985.

He went on to edit Moirs Guide

North in and has co-authored

The Canterbury Westland Alps: A

Climbing and Transalpine Guide,

Shelter from the Storm: The Story

of New Zealand’s Backcountry

Huts and A Bunk for the Night:

A Guide to New Zealand’s Best

Backcountry Huts.

He has also written numerous

articles for club journals and

Wilderness magazine.

He was a guide on the 2004

TVNZ series Explorers and in

2012 and 2013 he was the lead

guide and an adviser to the

TVNZ series First Crossings.

In recent years he has made

a significant contribution to

maintaining and restoring

Department of Conservation

back-country huts. He has lead

projects such as restoring the

Tunnel Creek Hut, Roaring Billy

Hut and Thomas River Hut in

South Westland.

He played a significant role

supporting the Canterbury

University Tramping Club

project to restore Avoca Hut near

Arthur’s Pass. Mr Spearpoint is

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Last year he was awarded the

New Zealand Alpine Club outstanding

volunteer award.

Alan John Hackett, known as

AJ Hackett, of Mt Pleasant, has

been awarded the New Zealand

Order of Merit for his services to

adventure tourism.

Mr Hackett developed the

modernised elastic bungy cord,

founded commercial bungy

jumping and, over 30 years,

turned the adventure tourism activity

into a global phenomenon.

Mr Hackett introduced bungy

to the world when he jumped

from the Eiffel Tower in 1987

and 18 months later he opened

the world’s first full-time commercial

bungy site at the Kawarau

Bridge, near Queenstown,

with Henry van Asch.

This operation created a

new visitor demographic and

launched huge growth in New

Zealand adventure tourism.

He pioneered stringent national

safety standards for the

activity, which have been used as

a base for regulating the industry

across the world.

For the last 20 years Mr

Hackett has worked to extend his

brand further around the world.

He earned him Guinness

World Records, including jumping

from the Royal Gorge Bridge

in Colorado and the Macau

Tower in China.

Mr Hackett has also personally

supported snow sport athletes

and young entrepreneurs

throughout the country and

he supports not-for-profit and

charitable organisations.

Lee Robinson is a director of

the Akaroa Health Hub and also

received an MNZM for his 20

years of service in a voluntary

capacity within the community

and for sport.

He has been an instrumental

member of the health hub which

is rebuilding the community’s

hospital and health centre following

the Canterbury Earthquakes.

Mr Robinson is also the Director

of Richmond Services Ltd, a

charity that provides community

mental health and disability services.

He was chairman of the

St John of God Hospital Board

for 10 years and chairman of the

Hastings St John of God Hospital

Board for five years. He has been

a trustee of the Christchurch

Child Cancer Foundation and the

South Island Bone Marrow Trust.

In 1998 he established the

Rainbow Children’s Trust in

Christchurch which has raised

significant funds for additional

facilities and amenities in the

Christchurch Hospital children’s

wards.

His passion for cricket has also

never been a secret, following the

February 22, 2011, earthquake

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international cricket

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“SAVE UP your money,’’

was the advice from Masaya

Kodama, CX-5 project manager,

Mazda Motor Corporation,

Japan.

I had asked Mr Kodama if

a new Mazda RX was likely

given the concept drawings of

a new sports car have been on

show.

Mr Kodama said rotary

engine development was ongoing,

and from those comments

I would say a new RX is inevitable.

I’ve long considered Mazda’s

development of its rotary

engine to be one of the company’s

finest engineering achievements.

Although I’ve never had the

good fortune to own a rotary,

my son has a RX7 turbo and

occasionally I get to experience

the feel and performance of

that amazing sport coupe.

As history has served to

prove, Mazda has advanced

engineering techniques right

through its passenger vehicle

line-up, and just recently one

of its other sport models, the

MX-5, was launched in a new

variation – that with a folding

convertible roof – made of

metal.

Of course, the soft-top MX-5,

MAZDA MX-5 RFS: Convertible hardtop.

is still available in four variants,

and the concept of a folding

metal roof isn’t new; targa tops,

as they have become commonly

known, have been around for

many decades. However, the

point I’m making is that the

mechanism which transforms

this popular sports car is another

example of Mazda’s engineering

prowess. The 13sec electric

operation is just sheer genius,

it can also be open and closed

at speeds of up to 10km/h and,

for interest’s sake, boot space

remains the same for all models.

The concept for which we

like MX-5 hasn’t been compromised,

it is still the cheeky,

two-seater which thrills with

its chassis balance and associated

handling prowess.

Whereas the soft-top is

available in both 1.5-litre and

2-litre variants, the hard-top

RF (retractable fastback) is

a 2-litre car only, but there’s

also a choice of specification

and gearbox. The GSX sits

at $48,495, a Limited variant

adds $3000 and $4500 (auto),

while the test car was a special

launch edition model with

automatic transmission, it tops

the range at $54,995.

Before you jump to the conclusion

that the hard-top needs

the 2-litre engine because of

the metal structure’s increase

in weight, bear in mind that

that adds just 47kg into the

car and performance is far

from compromised. The acceleration

times between the two

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respectively.

Even though the 1998cc,

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Still Pedalling!

of advanced engineering

Mazda claims a sevenlitre

per 100km (40mpg)

combined cycle fuel

usage average, which sat

well with the 8l/100km

(35mpg) figure showing

on the test car’s trip

computer when I took it

back to the dealership.

I’ve often been a bit

critical of the MX-5

and the sound that is

generated within the

cockpit, history has it

that it has always been

a bit noisy. I guess

performance car buyers

like that and they may be

disappointed in the hardtop

as it is far quieter and

far more to my liking;

there is an angry engine

sound when it’s working

hard, but under normal

conditions the hardtop

promotes a quiet

in-cabin environment

and I relate to that.

Not only is the engine

a delight in terms of

flexibility and honesty,

the MX-5’s greatest

virtue is that of its

feel-good factor. The

suspension and chassis

engineering is a marvel.

Of course, drive is sent

to the rear wheels and

• Price – Mazda MX-5

RFS, $54,995

• Dimensions –

Length, 3915mm;

width, 1735mm;

height, 1235mm

• Configuration –

Four-cylinder, rearwheel-drive,

1998cc,

118kW, 200Nm, sixspeed

manual

• Performance –

0-100km/h, 7.4sec

• Fuel usage –

7l/100km

that promotes a pure

handling sensation, add

in the fully involving feel

from the steering wheel

and the compliance

within the spring and

damper rates and you

have a true sports car,

one which delivers the

fun factor along with

the ability to conquer

the most challenging of

corners.

Take into account, too,

that the tyres aren’t huge

(205/45 x 17in), there

isn’t a lot of load put on

them, and with a height

of just 1235mm there is

little gravitational force

working against the

convertible in a quick

corner, it handles flat and

controlled.

There’s some flexibility

built into the traction

control system, you can

make it a little tail-happy

before the electronic

devices counteract

oversteer, but that doesn’t

interrupt the fun. The

MX-5 in this form has

lost none of its playful

character and that is

why it has been such a

popular car, it has been

built with character

in mind and it doesn’t

disappoint.

For someone whose

old joints don’t work

quite as well as they once

did, I didn’t find entry

and exit into the test car

onerous, in fact I was

finding excuses to get in

the vehicle and go for a

drive.

There’s a raft of

amazing product coming

out of the Mazda

factories these days, it’s

no surprise then that the

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Travel

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• By Mike Yardley

MATAMATA’S lush emerald

pastures and roly-poly hills are

happily home to Hobbiton, the

ultimate cinematic shrine for

set-jetters in New Zealand.

Like a third of all visitors, I have

never watched or read an entire

story or movie, from either trilogy.

But for starry-eyed Tolkien

junkies, a journey here has acquired

the stature of a pilgrimage.

To reach the movie set entails

a short drive by bus across the

Alexander family’s farmland on

a private sealed road, which was

built by the New Zealand Army to

service the convoy of crew production

vehicles and equipment. Sir

Peter Jackson sweet-talked the

then Prime Minister, Helen Clark,

to approve the road’s construction.

Alighting from the bus, the

bright green grass is long and lush

as we trundle down the muddy

track to the first hobbit house,

where ‘the Hobbiton effect” suddenly

washes over me.

Unlike so many movie locations,

Hobbiton casts you under

its spell because it’s exactly the

same as it appears on screen.

It’s all so sweet and tender, with

washing hanging on a line near a

chimney poking out of a grassy

mound.

Baskets are plump with pumpkins,

while flowers and herbs have

been hung up to dry by a round

yellow door.

As we walked down a gravelled

path, some members of my group

frothed with delight, recognising

it as the spot where Frodo Baggins

greeted Gandalf at the start of The

Fellowship of the Ring. And these

tingly movie moments just kept on

coming, as we strolled around the

44 hobbit houses that are strung

around the hillsides, fizzing with

excitement being photographed

outside Bag End or sitting on the

see-saw beneath The Party Tree,

where Bilbo held his eleventy-first

birthday. I was fully submerged in

the fantasy-meets-reality world of

Middle Earth. It’s little wonder that

450,000 visitors toured the movie

set, last year alone.

Winding our way around the

hills, the panoramic views reach

right across the lake to the stone

bridge, the watermill and the

Green Dragon Inn, which looked

like a life-sized thatched cottage

from my grandmother’s Lilliput

Lane collection.

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the depths of Middle Earth

Sir Peter Jackson’s art director,

Brian Massey, ensured everything

down to the mugs maintained

complete faith with how The

Green Dragon Inn was depicted

onscreen.

A triumph of expert

craftsmanship, it’s a charmingly

snug and toasty timbered

environment, and the crackling

open fire was an extra thrill to

warm the cockles, on a chilly April

day. All the brews are exclusively

created by Good George Brewing,

in Frankton.

Maybe it was the ale, but as I

re-boarded the bus to depart, I felt

like I was stepping out of a movie.

It really doesn’t matter whether

you’re a film fanatic or not.

The movie set sits on 4.8ha of

land and my charming guide,

Kate, shared a constant flow of fascinating

bite-sized nuggets about

Hobbiton.

An over-riding theme is the

meticulous attention to detail

that Jackson demanded. All of the

farm’s livestock had to be removed

when shooting took place, because

they didn’t look English enough.

Suffolk sheep, notable for their

black faces and legs, were hauled

up from the South Island during

shooting.

Real apple and pear trees

were stripped of their and replaced

with plastic leaves and

SNUG: Have an ale at the Green Dragon Inn.

plums, even though they only

featured for three seconds in the

movie.

A fake oak tree, created from

silicon, was dressed with 200,000

fake leaves. Jackson didn’t like

the colour of the leaves, so they

were all re-painted by hand, even

though the tree was only in shot

for 10 seconds.

Kate also revealed that moss

and lichen was liberally deployed

to give the movie-set’s fences a

weathered, old look. They created

fake moss and lichen by blending

woodchips, yoghurt and paint

together.

As they were during filming, the

vegetable patches are still filled

with super-sized plants so as the

hobbits would look smaller.

QUAINT: Fantasy meets reality at Middle Earth.

Technically, it is still an “active

set,” and a team from Weta visit

every six months to give it a touch

up.

The hanging clothes were deliberately

made to hang on the line

for up to two years, before being

replaced.

A full-time gardening team

work daily on maintaining the picturesque

appearance of the trees,

flowers and lawn.

FAST FACTS

•Visiting Hobbiton gives

you the chance to relish

a remarkably tangible

piece of living cinema

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by 5pm each Wednesday

Use it or Lose it

Wednesday 9am-9.50am

This class is for the over 50s

and is a gentle exercise class

suitable for those wanting to improve

their strength, balance and

mobility. Have fun in a friendly

atmosphere, meet new people

and get active and fit at the same

time. First class is half price.

Redcliffs Bowling Club, James

St, Redcliffs. $5

Nerd Degree

Wednesday, 7.30pm

The Nerd Degree is focusing

on spaceships and friends in this

week’s panel. Arm the proton,

photon, plasma, transphasic

torpedoes and stagger from

side to side slightly as the nerds

celebrate that most nerdy transportation

method, the spaceship.

Join the panel of nerds as they

attempt to sort out Apollo’s

Viper from Armstrong’s Apollo

and many others. Then it’s mate

against mate as the nerds debate

whether Legolas would be prepared

to help Gimli move house

and if Harry’s best friend was

Ron or Hermione.

Orange Studios, Ferry Rd.

Tickets from $10

Running Club

Thursday, 6pm-7pm

Get active and have fun running

with like-minded people

at the Kathmandu and Salomon

event. There are various professional

coaches to help improve

your running style and encourage

you. It will also give you a

chance to learn to run on different

terrains.

Mt Vernon Valley track carpark.

Free entry

Create ’n’ Connect Art and

Craft Group

Thursday, 9.30am-noon

If you’re crafty or want to start

getting crafty go along to this

group. Take your own project

or go with ideas for a new one.

Others in the group are there to

offer help or advice. Meet new

like minded creative people and

learn new skills. Pass on your

tips and pick some up from

other people at the group. This

event aims to help with your

projects and meet new people.

Phone Beth on 022 678 1252 for

more information.

St Andrews Anglican Church,

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs. $3

Babytimes

Friday, 10.30am-11am

This event allows for parents

and caregivers to interact with

each other while letting the

babies learn. At these sessions,

babies learn through language,

ROCKIN: A group of elderly rockers warming up their vocal chords to sing songs from Pink

Floyd, Queen, David Bowie and a mix of other artists. The Sumner Rockers of Ages consists of

people mainly over the age of 60. They also sing in a variety of languages. Listen to the talented

group sing classics and maybe even hear some new songs. They will perform on Saturday,

7.30pm, at the Sumner Bridge Club. Tickets are $10 which includes a light supper. ​

rhymes, songs, stories and play.

The babies learn together and

build connections with each

other.

Lyttelton Library, 18 Canterbury

St. Free entry

Rhythm and bubs

Friday from 9.30am-11.45am

If you’re looking to engage

your baby or pre-schooler in

music go along to this event

run every Friday morning for

a series of 30min sessions. This

event runs during term school

times. The sessions allow for

children, parents and caregivers

to meet one another and interact

with others around the Sumner,

Redcliffs and Mt Pleasant area.

Mainly Music is a fun and educational

music and movement

session followed by morning tea

and a social and play time. The

first session is free, $4 per session

after that. Phone Hazel on 384

1965 or 021 077 1264 for more

information.

St Andrews Church, 148 Main

Rd, Redcliffs

Mt Pleasant Art and Craft

Market

Saturday, 9:30am – 12.30pm.

The market is set to return and

have a mix hand made and high

quality arts and crafts items for

sale. Meet some interesting people

and pick up some beautiful

items at this event. For further

information phone Linda Rutland

on 021 239 8946.

Mt Pleasant Centre, 3 McCormacks

Bay Rd. Free entry

Planting at Urumau Reserve

Sunday, 10am-noon and 1pm-

3pm

Help out in the community

with planting in Urumau Reserve

to continue to improve and

rejuvenate the area. While there

are two separate sessions you

can attend both and stay for the

whole day. Make sure to wear

appropriate clothing and take

sunscreen and a water bottle.

Lunch will be provided.

Urumau Reserve. Free entry

Markets:

Lyttelton Farmers Market:

Every Saturday, 10am-1pm,

London St

Mt Pleasant Farmers Market:

Every Saturday, 9.30am-

12.30pm, 3 McCormacks Bay Rd

Akaroa Farmers Market:

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Bridalshow

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Sun 27th Aug

10am to 3pm

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Wigram, Chch

Tickets: $20.00

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Migraine relief

Your headache or migraine may literally be a pain in the neck

It’s not very well known that almost 13

percent of people – including childrensuffer

from headaches and migraines.

It is the 3rd most prevalent illness in

the world and causes 91 percent of the

people it affects to miss work or reduce

their functional capacity. In the past 10

years, the understanding of what causes

headaches and migraines has significantly

changed. The research now shows that

the sensitisation of the brain stem in

your neck is what causes this pain; and

the specially trained physiotherapists at

Muscle People are well versed in how to

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Krissy Winter, a patient of Muscle

People, had this to say about her

experience: “My migraines were

debilitating and they’d often come without

warning. Sometimes once a week, but

generally about once a month. I’d moved

up from Dunedin where I’d managed them

with my Osteopath, yoga and Pilates. In

Christchurch I was so reluctant to let

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of all the concerns I had. The first time I

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Laurie, Clare and Naomi were trained

in Australia in the award winning and

ground breaking Watson Approach to

dealing with headaches and migraines.

This proven method examines and treats

the movements of the first three segments

of the neck, which when sensitised cause

headaches and migraines.

“In our clinics we see people from

as far away as Invercargill who come

to us specially to seek treatment” says

Laurie Moore, Director of Muscle People

Physiotherapy. She says “The symposium

in Australia we went to just recently

reaffirmed the effectiveness of what we

do, and honed our skills even more.”

Generally patients will come to our

clinic four or five times in the first few

weeks of treatment. We show them some

very simple exercises to do at home. After

the first few weeks, treatment sessions are

guided by how the patient is feeling.

“Often patients come to us at the end

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REAL ESTATE

Diamond in the rough overlooking Redcliffs

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Auction: Thursday, 29 June 2017 Unless Sold Prior

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What an Outstanding Developers

Opportunity! Available for the first time

in 60 years. ‘As is - Where is’

The anticipation as you enter this

substantial and unique 4,414m2 section

is rewarded with wonder, as the views

unfold and the secluded position reveals

itself. Gently elevated on the lower slopes

of the popular Redcliffs suburb and in

a micro-climate that basks in sunshine,

this generous site is already in 2 lots with

a possibility to sub-divide. With driveon

access already in place via a shared

driveway and with an option to have the

existing house demolished, all that’s left to

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The views are amazing, with the everchanging

estuary and Brighton spit in

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really transforming this section into your

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the recreational options of the estuary and

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for either relaxation or play.

Viewing will set your imagination alight

with possibilities and begin your journey in

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Open Homes Wednesday, Saturday and

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