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• By Sarla Donovan

THE FUTURE of mountain

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are in doubt as a rift within the

Lyttelton Reserves Management

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The trails have been developed

since 2009, but committee

secretary Brian Downey told

Bay Harbour News yesterday

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could be affecting the stability

of the reserve’s steep hillside

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He said the issue of mountain

bike trails had caused a “very

definite split” among committee

members and up to two thirds

of the 16 members were against

them.

The city council is currently

looking at a plan to improve

recreational opportunities in

the reserve, increase public

access, enhance birdlife and

control weeds.

A city council leaflet outlining

the reserve development

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Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

FROM

THE

EDITOR’S

DESK

THIS WEEK reporter Sarla

Donovan catches up with the

godfather of New Zealand

surfboard making – Denis Quane.

Quane surfboards have been

a household name (if you’re a surfer)

over the decades, and the man

himself still lives locally, albeit

after several years shifting back

and forth because of the quake.

Denis has spent a lifetime shaping

and making surfboards, and

now there’s to be an exhibition

celebrating his work early next

year.

It’s part of the Duke Festival of

Surfing, the biggest surfing festival

in the country, held in New

Brighton for the past three years.

Sarla talks to Denis on pages

4-5.

Congratulations to Ferrymead

Bays - the first club to win five

Mainland premier titles (see

page 13).

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Nayland St properties safe from sale

• By Sarla Donovan

THREE CITY council-owned

properties in Nayland St have

been rescued from potential

sale.

The sites at 20 and 24 Nayland

St are ones the Sumner

community were interested

in as replacements

for the village green.

At a city council meeting

last Thursday, Heathcote

Ward city councillor

Sara Templeton asked for

them to be removed from

a city council sale process.

The properties are part of the

cost share agreement refresh,

whereby the Government will

hand ownership of red-zoned

land in the Port Hills to the city

council.

Because of the expense

• By Sarla Donovan

THERE ARE no plans to sell

Beachville Rd land which

formerly provided social housing

to 17 mainly elderly tenants.

Only seven apartments remain

at 86 Beachville Rd after

Sara

Templeton

involved in the transfers, city

council staff recommended

some Port Hills sections be sold

to help fund the costs. Properties

would be offered to previous

owners in the first instance,

then to others who had been red

zoned on the hills.

Cr Templeton said it

made sense to have a

new, central site, close

to the community

centre for a new village

green.

“It has been difficult

trying to work with Land

Information New Zealand on

the sites, so having them in city

council ownership will enable

us to move forward with this in

a much more collaborative way,”

Cr Templeton said.

Once the land transfer had

the other 11 were demolished

following the February 22, 2011,

earthquakes.

There were 16 studio apartments

and a one-bedroom unit

on the site.

City council head of facilities,

property and planning Bruce

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taken place, the Linwood-

Central-Heathcote community

board would work with local

residents on any proposals.

The former Marine Tavern site

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This city

councilowned

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St could

be used

as a future

village

green for

Sumner.

at 26 Nayland St, the proposed

new home of the temporary

skate ramp, has already

been transferred to the city

council.

No decision yet on apartment rebuild

Rendall, said they were yet to

determine whether the 11 apartments

would be rebuilt.

“The city council will consider

future numbers of social housing

units as part of its long term

planning process.”

Redcliffs Residents Association

secretary Pat McIntosh said

the community was keen to see

them rebuilt.

There was very little housing

for elderly in Redcliffs, she

said, and it had been a “very

pleasant” complex before the

earthquakes.

BAY HARBOUR

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News

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In Brief

PAGE 3

Fire rages, homes at risk

MINI CRIME WAVE

Akaroa suffered a spate of petty

thefts on Sunday night. Two

bicycles were stolen from the

Akaroa Waterfront Motels, a

backpack-style vacuum cleaner

was taken from the back of

a restaurant and two VHF

hand-held radios stolen from a

boatshed on Beach Rd. Thieves

also tried stealing a parked van

on Rue Balguerie.

FIRE BRIGADE HONOURS

Sumner Fire Brigade held their

service honours evening on

Saturday night. Eleven members

received awards recognising

their service, ranging from three

years to 29 years. The awards

acknowledged the members’

service to the community as

well as the support and sacrifices

made by their families.

CONSULTATION CLOSES

Proposed night time restrictions

on Summit Rd have attracted 865

submissions. Public consultation

on the proposal closed on Friday.

A Joint Community Boards/

Infrastructure Transport

Environment committee will

consider advice from city council

staff along with community

feedback before making a

recommendation to the full city

council. A final decision will be

made in November.

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Exhibition will celebrate godfather of

• By Sarla Donovan

THE GODFATHER of New

Zealand surfboard-making

doesn’t have a board of his

own.

Denis Quane sold his last one

18 months ago and since then he

and wife Chris have been busy

shifting back into their rebuilt

house on Moncks Spur.

Out for six years after the

February 22, 2011, earthquake,

the Quane’s are relieved to finally

be home after shifting around

half a dozen places, from Clifton

Hill to Cashmere and even out to

Rolleston.

Normally he’d be out surfing

come summertime, as a longtime

member and patron of

the Sumner Longboarder’s

Club.

But this summer Mr Quane,

75, might need to take some

time off. Not only does he need

to make himself a board, he’s

also due to go in for surgery after

ripping a tendon in his shoulder,

slipping on icy ground at the Mt

Hutt skifield car park.

Mr Quane has spent a lifetime

shaping and making surfboards,

and now there’s to be an

exhibition celebrating his work

early next year.

It’s part of the Duke Festival

public meeting/

Agm

Tuesday, 5 September 2017

at 7.30pm

(Refreshments from 7.15pm)

“purpose & Future

of the Wastewater

Oxidation ponds”

By Adam Twose,

Manager Operations Water & Wastewater

for Christchurch City Council

AND

“Our estuary;

issues and Options

going Forward”

By Chrissie Williams,

Trust Board Member

of Surfing, the biggest surfing

festival in the country, held in

New Brighton for the past three

years.

“I think it’s fantastic,” Mr

Quane says. “Judging by the

number of people who came

to last year’s event, there’s a lot

of interest in this sort of

thing.”

Exhibition organiser Simon

Allard says what’s unique about

Quane surfboards is they were

made by a trailblazer.

“He led the charge in

introducing modern boards to

EARLY DAYS:

Denis Quane,

20, outside

the shed

he built at

his home in

Nayland St.

The board

was foam

and glass

and used as a

bench mark.

New Zealand and the Pacific. He

was a real pioneer.”

As a teenager, he worked

New rules for

stock on roads

Christchurch City Council plans to change

the rules for moving stock on roads.

SURF’S UP:

Well-known

board maker

Denis Quane

in his shaping

bay at

Ferrymead.

PHOTO:

MARTIN

HUNTER

for Mr Quane, describing him

as a “quiet and unassuming

fellow with a passion for the

sea.”

It was the 1950s when Mr

Quane started making boards, in

a shed he built at the back of his

parents’ house.

“The shed was part of the

temporary Sumner Surf Life

Saving Club which was down

in Clifton Bay. There were two

wooden sheds on the old pier

by the Beach Cafe. It used to go

out about 30-40m and when the

original surf club was taken off

the middle of Sumner Beach,

it was transported down to St

Leonards Square for the cricket

club.

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surfboard making

“They then built a couple of

wooden sheds on that pier for

the surf club. When the new one

was built over at the bottom of

Clifton Hill, I got permission to

demolish one of the sheds and

take it away. I took it down piece

by piece and rebuilt it in the back

of my parents’ place on Nayland

St.”

Like many early surfers, Mr

Quane came to the sport through

surf lifesaving, after joining the

Sumner club in 1953.

“When I was 13, some older

guys started fooling around with

polystyrene and made a seven

foot foam board. I was the only

one small enough to ride it, and

I just kept riding it through high

school.”

He went on to design and

build a series of surf skis, race

boards and hollow plywood

boards.

When the orders began

pouring in, he quit his job with a

stock and station company and

started Quane Surfboards.

Operations shifted from the

garden shed to a shop opposite

the Hollywood Theatre, next

to the butcher and the fish and

chip shop. A shift to Redcliffs

followed, into what’s now the

Menz Shed, before moving into

general fibreglass work with

Quane Industries in Maces

Rd.

The fibreglass operation,

(things like freezing works tubs

and garden ponds) came about

following a downturn in the mid-

70s. Short boards came in and a

lot of the older surfers couldn’t

ride them – “most long boards

got tucked away.”

Dope-smoking became

widespread, imported Japanese

motor-cycles were coming into

the country and people who had

surfed started going into the

back-country, leaving surfing and

going biking instead.

“It became uncool to be a

surfer at that stage. You could go

down to Sumner at the weekend,

there might be four or five people

there.”

He kept making boards on

and off throughout the

downturn though and eventually

surfing took off again in the early

80s.

A few years later, Mr Quane

opened his first retail shop, Surf

Dive and Ski on High St. When

it became a one-way street, he

shifted to Oxford Tce, then

Colombo St and later combined

with Snowline Sports to open

Snow and Surf in Tuam St.

After nearly 60 years of making

and shaping boards he still has

a shaping bay in Ferrymead,

working up to a dozen boards a

year before sending them to

a factory in Woolston for

finishing. Special orders only

though.

A Quane board will set you

back around $2000, while an

overseas-made one might retail

for about $1500.

The planned exhibition will

feature the third board he

made, a hollow plywood. He’s

got no idea where the first one

might be, or even if it’s still

around.

“We used to have agents all

over the country so I don’t

know where they all went.

We sent a couple over to the

Channel Islands at one stage

and a shipment of about 30

to Venezuela. They pop up all

over the place. There’s still a lot

around we made in the 1960s.

It depends on how they’re used,

how long they last.”

For the exhibition, Mr Allard

is hoping to get 150 Quane

surfboards altogether and

currently has about 70.

•If you have a Quane

surfboard tucked away you

would be willing to lend for

the exhibition, phone Simon

Allard on 021 668 347.

HISTORY: Surfboard maker Denis Quane (left), with a board

dating from about 1965. The other is a Tracker model, made

around 1967-68, held by owner and collector Jim Harris.

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both with a strong environmental focus from the manmade and natural world. Their work

is fabricated by using old traditional techniques yet with a contemporary edge.

Emma Milburn’s paintings depict elements that are influenced by the natural environment

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bring an awareness of the interaction between space, time

and repetition.”

‘Monowai’ original painting

by Emma Milburn from

the exhibition ‘Mixed Two’

at Little River Gallery from

September 2nd

• By Sarla Donovan

BART VANDENDOEL loves

dogs and photography.

So it seems only natural he’d

want to set up a specialist dog

photography business.

For the last few weeks, he’s

been taking photos of dogs

and their owners

on Sumner

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including weddings, portraits

and landscapes – but animal

photography is his passion.

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photographers dream.

“When I came here, I was

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all those dogs running over the

beach; it looked like the perfect

place for me to continue doing

what I love.”

“For three weeks, I just kept

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For Jacqueline Morren this body of work is a new direction.

She sets herself a big challenge to sculpt without training or

access to technical tools. At times this has resulted in her

having to create her own implements, to aid the stretching &

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Jacqueline Morren’s fine

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from the exhibition ‘Mixed

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MATES: A dog and his owner at Sumner Beach. (Right)

Bart Vandendoel captures a dog enjoying the beach.

PHOTOS: BART VANDENDOEL

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Mountain bike trails in

reserve cause friction

•From page 1

A separate strip of paper saying “if you

don’t vote NO you approve the new plan”

was also placed in letter boxes.

Bumper stickers saying “Vote No Lyttelton

MTB Plan” have been spotted around

the township and one has been stuck on

the proposal’s information sign at the

Foster Tce entrance to the reserve.

But committee member, Luke Hollister,

who is in favour of the trails, said neither

was appropriate.

“It’s underhanded and misleading. This

isn’t a vote – it’s a consultation document

designed for people to have their say on

what they want to happen in the reserve.

It’s everybody’s reserve.”

A member of the committee for the past

year, Mr Hollister has also helped develop

and build mountain bike trails in Urumau

Reserve since 2009.

“It’s become quite a contentious thing,

which to me, as a parent and a ratepayer

and a cyclist and a person that likes native

plants is a bit weird - because it is a recreation

reserve and it’s designed to provide

facilities for everybody. I think that’s what

the plan puts forward.”

Mr Downey didn’t know who was

responsible for the paper strips or bumper

stickers.

Asked if it was appropriate, Mr Downey

said it was difficult to say. “How do you

control it?” •Soapbox pg 10

MAILBOX: This strip of paper was put

in local residents mailboxes, at the

same time as a leaflet outlining the

city council’s development plan for

Urumau Reserve. ​

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‘Vote No’ campaign is misleading?

Email your views to sarla.donovan@

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Wednesday August 30 2017

News

Help save lives at sea

• By Sarla Donovan

SUMNER LIFE Boat service is

looking for volunteers.

Operating since 1898, the

service is one of the oldest in the

country, and established well

before the coastguard.

It performs a variety of open

water rescues and travels as far

as Timaru and Kaikoura.

The service is having

an open day for

potential volunteers

to meet the crew and

Blair

Quane

have a look at the station

and vessels.

A lot of their work

involves rock and surf rescues,

said club coxswain Blair Quane.

“We get people trapped on

rocks around the local bays and

we do a fair bit in the surf. All

our volunteers are trained to

drive boats and swim in the surf.

It’s a wide range of activities

from towing broken down boats

to picking up surfers stuck in a

rip through to police operations,

which is mainly body recoveries.”

About 23 volunteers help to

provide the 24-hour service.

“We’ve got a wide range of ages

and backgrounds,” unit safety officer

Marnie Kent said. “Retirees,

builders, business owners, a muscian.

Anyone who’s interested in

the sea.”

They can be out in the boat for

up to eight hours so volunteers

are kitted up with gear. “We

put them in wetsuits, helmets,

gloves, booties and have food and

refreshments on-board,” Ms Kent

said.

Volunteers need to be capable

swimmers and enjoy going offshore

on a boat. They also should

be happy to use some elbow

grease, enthusiastic to complete

theory modules, work well in a

team and be able to attend weekly

Tuesday nights and bi-Sunday

morning training sessions.

Mr Quane said there had been

some memorable rescues in his

15 years with the service.

“About four years ago, we got

a call at 3am. An Irishman had

fallen into the water – he and

his mate were camping halfway

HELP:

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winch

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pilots off

Godley

Head.

along the track between Taylors

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think they may have been ‘consuming’

and he’d fallen into the

water and his mate couldn’t find

him. We just saw his head among

the kelp – he was hypothermic,

at the point of no return. We

were on a jet ski with a board on

the back and had no light, apart

from a torch which had a fault

and didn’t go – we saw him in the

pitch dark. Luckily, the guy with

me worked at the hospital. That

was one lucky guy.”

Anyone interested in signing

up to be a volunteer to help

rescue people at sea, go along

and meet the crew at the Sumner

Lifeboat open day on Sunday,

September 10, 10am-noon, or for

a registration pack, email

sumner.safety@coastguard.nz

ENTERTAINING: The Sumner Theatre Group is staging its

annual cabaret show this weekend. ​

Laughs guaranteed

• By Sarla Donovan

BE PREPARED to laugh until

you cry at the Sumner Theatre

Group’s Cabaret Show this

weekend.

The energetic volunteer group

of amateur thespians produces a

variety show every year.

Singers, dancers, propmasters,

lighting and stage crew

– all Sumner men and women

– strive to produce an entertaining

evening of song, dance and

comedy.

Tickets to each of the eight

shows, which are held each

Friday and Saturday night for a

month, are sold to raise money

for the Sumner Community

Centre and other local groups.

Friday night’s show is hosted

by the Bridge2Rocks TimeBank

as their big annual fundraiser.

The timebank is a grass roots

system whereby neighbours

swap skills within the eastern

bays area, from Taylors Mistake

to Ferrymead.

A founder and former coordinator

Liz Kerslake said

the group was pleased to have

recently shifted into new rooms

in Mt Pleasant.

This is the final year the

cabaret show will be held at the

old Sumner school hall on Wiggins

St; from next year it will be

in the new community centre

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre.

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night’s show, email admin@

sumnerbays.org.nz or phone

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Lyttelton’s mountain biking paradise

Greg Jack is

president of

the Lyttelton

Mountain

Bike Club. He

writes about

how Lyttelton

is tapping into the growing

popularity of mountain

biking through the Urumau

Reserve trail network

With stunning views

overlooking Lyttelton to the west

and the expanse of the harbour

to the east, the conveniently

located Urumau Recreation

Reserve now sports 4km of

mountain biking and walking

trails.

The addition of Christchurch

Adventure Park has helped to

establish the city as one of the

best biking locations in the

country, if not the world, and

will continue to encourage more

locals to get out on a bike.

Growing up I was lucky

enough to have a nearby forest

where I could play and explore,

so it’s great to see kids able to get

out riding and enjoying the great

outdoors, right close to home.

With mountain biking

booming as a sport, regions

such as Rotorua, Nelson and

Queenstown are actively being

developed as great biking

destinations to attract local,

domestic and international

visitors.

Biking is good for business

and Lyttelton shops are already

benefitting from bikers from

the ‘other side’ visiting Urumau

Reserve.

While there are many places

you can walk around Lyttelton,

Urumau Reserve is the only

place you can go mountain

biking. This factor has led the

Lyttelton Mountain Bike Club,

Lyttelton Reserve Management

Committee, city council and

Lyttelton Port Company to work

together over the past eight

years to create the current trail

network.

The trails through the pine

forest have been hand-dug by

bikers at an average rate of 2m/h,

but are now also being enjoyed

•HAVE YOUR SAY:

Is it a good idea to

put more mountain

bike trails into

Urumau Reserve?

Email your views

to sarla.donovan@

starmedia.kiwi

MOUNTAIN MAGIC:

Mountain bikers enjoy

an evening ride on the

hills above Lyttelton.

by walkers and runners.

The generally steep terrain

means the trails are suitable

for intermediate or advanced

riders. They vary from smooth,

bermed trails to tight, twisty,

single tracks and steeper,

swooping, technical trails.

There’s something for everyone,

a part from beginners, which

is something I’d love to see

changed.

There’s great potential to

add an easier ‘XC’ trail on the

eastern side of the reserve and

the proposed development plan

supports the idea of joining

the LPC track to the Urumau

traverse track, forming a wide,

low-angle, shared use loop track.

There is already much

excitement for such a familyfriendly

loop track, but strong

community support and

funding are still needed for these

initiatives to be realised.

If you haven’t already, I’d

encourage you to check out the

trails and take in the stunning

views, whether by bike or on

foot. Signs point the way from

the end of Foster Tce, but the

best trail map and information

is available via the Trailforks

website or smartphone app.

If you’re a local rider, I’d

encourage you to join the

Lyttelton Mountain Bike Club

(www.lytteltonmtb.club). If

you want to throw your weight

behind the loop track concept,

or just ‘have your say’ on the

Urumau Reserve Development

Plan, you can do so on the city

council website.

But be quick as submissions

close on September 4 (https://

www.ccc.govt.nz/the-council/

consultations-and-submissions/

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Bays first to claim fifth title

Still Pedalling!

Now eyeing

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Cup final

• By Gordon Findlater

FERRYMEAD BAYS have

turned their attention to

achieving the double after

becoming the first club to win

five mainland premier league

titles at the weekend.

Bays sprinted home in their

title race against Cashmere

Technical, defeating now

relegated Western 4-0 at

English Park on Saturday to

capture the league title in the

final round.

They now have the chance

to win the English Cup when

they face Cashmere in the final

at English Park on Saturday.

Bays will look to defend the

cup which they won 12 months

ago, while Cashmere will try

to claim a piece of silverware

after missing out on the MPL

and being bundled out of the

Chatham Cup at the weekend.

“We’re certainly under no

illusions as to how hungry

they will be to win the English

Cup,” said Bays coach Danny

Halligan.

Bays’ MPL campaign had a

number of defining moments

which culminated at the

weekend. Halligan pointed

out the 90th-minute winner

against FC Twenty 11 in May,

a 3-2 injury time win over

Coastal Spirit after trailing 0-2

in July, and another stoppage

time win against Nelson

Suburbs earlier this month.

“I think that’s shown the

true character of the team,”

said Halligan.

Bays established themselves

as contenders early in the

season when they started with

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IT’S

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Wednesday August 30 2017

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BAY HARBOUR

PAGE 19

Use it or Lose it

Wednesday, 9-9.50am

This class is for the over-50s

and is a gentle exercise class

suitable for those wanting to improve

their strength, balance and

mobility. First class is half price.

Redcliffs Bowling Club, James

St, Redcliffs. $6

Rockers of Ages Choir

Wednesday, 10am-noon

Sing music from around the

world, as well as fun and funky

songs from the last five decades.

Every practice includes time for

a cup of tea and a chance to get

to know each other. Music is provided,

but you don’t need to be

able to read music and there are

no auditions. Suggested donation

$2-$10 per week. For more information,

email admin@themuse.

org.nz or phone 0800 843 687

Sumner Bridge Club, 57 Dryden

Street, Sumner

Strength ‘n’ Stretch Class

Wednesday, 6-7pm

For women in their fab 50s

and beyond. Enjoy a whole body

workout at a medium level which

includes exercise to music, circuit

stations and more. First class is

half price.

St Andrew’s Anglican Church,

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs. $10

Email: sarla.donovan@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

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. Phone

Beth on 022 678 1252 for more

information.

St Andrew’s Anglican Church,

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs. $3

Running Club

Thursday, 6-7pm

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

Mainly Music

Friday, 9.30-11.15am

Are you looking for a fun

activity to do with your baby or

pre-schooler? Do you want to

get to know other families in the

Sumner-Redcliffs-Mt Pleasant

GREAT SEED SWAP: Got some seeds to share? Take them to

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from Monday through to Saturday, September 9. Vegetable,

herb, flower, native and heritage seeds are all welcome – and

you can even bring any spare seedlings you have potted up.

Seeds can be dropped in anytime before or during the week,

but if you’re bringing in seedlings, please drop them off at the

beginning of the week. ​

area? Mainly Music is a fun,

educational half hour music and

movement session followed by

morning tea and a social/play

time. The first session is free,

then $4 per family casual rate

or $30 for a 10-session card. For

more information, phone Hazel

on 384 1965/021 077 1264.

St Andrew’s Church, 148 Main

Rd, Redcliffs

Ceilidh Scottish Barn Dance

Saturday, 6.30-10pm

Dust off your kilts and dancing

shoes – a ceilidh (kay-lee) is on

this weekend. The Scottish barn

dance is being put on by the

Lyttelton Seafarer’s Centre as a

fundraiser. As well as live music

from celtic ceilidh band The Rice

Paddies, there will be Scottish

dancing instruction and an

Irish dancing group. Gold coin

donation for supper and raffle

tickets.

Lyttelton Recreation Centre, 25

Winchester St. $10/$5 or $25 for

a family

Christchurch City Chorus

Saturday, 8-10pm

Enjoy a variety of songs and

dances that follow a fantastic

story line written by the Sumner

Theatre Group director. Get a

group together for a hilarious

night out. This is a fundraising

event for Christchurch City

Chorus. BYO drinks and

nibbles.

22 Wiggins St, Sumner. $25 per

ticket

Mini Music

Tuesday and Thursday, 9.30am

Get your pre-schoolers rocking

and rolling with the mini music

programme. Each session costs

$3 per child or $5 per family

and operates on a drop-in basis

during term time.

Two locations: Wiggins St,

Sumner, and Augusta St, Redcliffs

Babytimes

Tuesday, 10.30-11am

Encourage learning through

language with your little ones.

Babytimes is an interactive

programme including rhymes,

songs, stories and play. This is a

free session.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre, 37 Nayland St

Storytimes

Tuesday, 11-11.30am

Encourage reading in your

preschoolers. There will be

interactive programmes which

include stories, songs, rhymes

and play. Have children meet

each other and build friendships

at this event while learning more.

Pick up some library books to

read to them at home.

Lyttelton Library, 18

Canterbury St. Free entry

Markets:

The weekly markets have

different attractions and

delicious treats on offer. From

fresh produce to freshly-baked

bread, cheeses and free range

eggs. Find some healthy food

options and sip on a coffee while

wandering around any of the

markets happening in the area at

the weekend.

Lyttelton Farmers’ Market:

Every Saturday, 10am-1pm,

London St

Mt Pleasant Farmers’ Market:

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PAGE 21

In a private position at the end of the

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over the water, the city and through to the

Southern Alps.

With generous living areas and a very

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Whether you are seeking a comfortable

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Tastefully renovated and upgraded to a

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The living areas and bedrooms are

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(Grenadier House, 98 Moorhouse Ave)

See you at the Open Home or for a

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contact Deb Beesley of Harcourts

Grenadier Ferrymead (Licensed Agent

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The weather may be cooler but the property market in the seaside

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STATE HIGHWAY

VEGETATION CONTROL

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which permits the discharge of herbicides

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Waimakariri, and Banks Peninsula Districts,

and Christchurch City.

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The work will include spraying around sign

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spraying plant pests and scrub weeds.

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