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Selwyn Times: November 15, 2016

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22 Tuesday November 15 2016 SELWYN TIMES $2000 WIN SHOPPING SPREE enter every time you shop at any of these participating businesses - more draws, more chances to win! Promotion closes 9th Dec 2016. conditions apply. ON NOW! your chance to win A Shop 'n THIS IS A BIG DEAL! Teng 48pc 3/8dr tool kit $ 275 Come in and see us for all your trade tools and engineering supplies! Don’t miss out on a Shop ‘N WiN Special 15% o ff ladies’ & men’s sleepwear For one week only to 22nd November. another bargain not to miss. We are here Illinois Dr Detroit Dr Izone Dr GET THE LOOK Stockyard shirt $95 00 Grace In L.A jeans $159 95 Corral boots $499 00 Great Range Of Gifts In Store Florist | Fresh & Silk Flowers Wall Art | Clocks | Gifts Vases | Lamps | Jewellery Home Furnishing Hours Mon-Fri 9am-5pm Sat 10am-2pm Shop 15 Rolleston Square Rolleston Phone 03 347 1068 robinsnest.2009@yahoo.co.nz 823 Main South Road, Templeton, Christchurch Ph: 03 349 6241 • www.canterburyequestrian.co.nz Tuesday to Thursday 10am-5pm Friday 10am-3pm Saturday and Sunday 10am-4.30pm Free gift wrapping and gift vouchers available. Plenty of parking for cars and trucks at the door. 2239 Main South Road, between Rolleston & Burnham Ph 03 3476190 | www.ynots.co.nz UPDATE YOUR FURNITURE Take your furniture from shabby to chic! Come and see our range of upholstery fabrics Curtains | Blinds | Upholstery | Fabrics | Cushions | Crafts Classic Curtains & Interiors 817 Jones Road, Rolleston | Ph 03 347 4295 Jones Road ALL YOUR MOTORING NEEDS › While You Wait WOF’s › Courtesy Cars › Diagnostics › Repairs › Servicing › Batteries › Tyres Auto Phone 347 4020 | 851 Jones Rd, Rolleston www.jonesroadauto.co.nz Quilters Fabric, Gifts, Crafts, Baskets, Sewing & so much more... Christmas gifts & decorations arriving instore now! THE SEWING ROOM Quilters Fabric & Gifts 45A South Terrace, Midwest Mews, Darfield. Phone: 03 318 8513. Open Mon-Thurs 9am-4.30pm, Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 10am-12pm Selwyn Auto ALL YOUR MOTORING NEEDS › WOF’s › Courtesy Cars › Diagnostics › Repairs › Servicing › Batteries › Tyres Phone 329 5841 | 132 Leeston Road, Springston www.selwynauto.com | office@selwynauto.com Use your local garage and be into win!!! real pet food new store opening soon in rolleston Manufacturers of Fine Natural Pet Food BEEF • Steaks • Mince • Brisket Bones • Beef & Tongue • Beef Bones HORSE • Steaks • Mince • Hearts, Livers & Tongue CHICKEN • Mince • Necks Stockists of: Birdseed & Bird Acessories, Rabbit Mix, Rat & Mice Mix, Guinea Pig Mix, Fish Food & Accessories Phone (03) 338 3959 Shop 4 - 855 Jones Road, Rolleston MIXES • Cat Mix • Dog Mix A REAL GUN SHOP WITH REAL HISTORY SINCE 1984 We buy all unwanted guns and accessories for cash Ph: (03) 348 0656 64 Carmen Road, Hornby A Healthy Hub of Gourmet Goodness Offering the best of local and international produce for the organic, gourmet and/or health conscious cook in the Selwyn region. • Awesome coffee • Cheese/Delicatessen • Artisan provisions • Organic produce • Gourmet hampers • Picnic hamper hire www.thelincolnpantry.co.nz 5 Robert St, Lincoln | Mon to Sat 7am – 6pm, Sun 10am – 4pm | / TheLincolnPantry Shop N Win Convenient Location Free Car Parking Shop at participating stores to enter Local Luxury of Choice Find out more about our stores at rollestonsquare.co.nz 70-76 Rolleston Drive, Rolleston | 9 Masefield Drive (entry from Countdown and McCauley Street) ANZ Portabank | ASB ATM | BNZ | Coffee Culture | Corianders | Expoz’ Art | Fascino Shoes | Harcourt’s | helloworld | Highgate Hair Monkey Spices | Postie | Ray White | Robert Harris | Rolleston Bakery | Rolleston Central Health | Rolleston Drycleaners Rolleston Florist and Gifts | Rolleston Haircuts | Snap Fitness | Subway | Unichem | Viva La Moda | The Warehouse | Westpac rollestonsquare.co.nz Ph 03 347 9192 Proudly managed by Colliers Real Estate Management Limited

SELWYN TIMES Tuesday November 15 2016 23 News Adventure park set to open next month •From page 21 There will eventually be 235 car parks, and the entire park will be smoke-free. Mr Charity said phase two would see the construction of a 1.5km mountain coaster, a luge on a track which would travel up to 80km/h. The New York designers visited recently to plan it. That is expected to be completed by December, 2017. The village is also part of phase two, which eventually would have 282 beds. Mr Charity said they hoped to host school camps, and could teach students about the forest and ecology, along with groups wanting to do team-building exercises. The benefit the park would have on the city’s economy was a huge driver for the project, he said. “We’ve always seen this as a major boost for New Zealand tourism. It attracts the overnight stay in Christchurch,” he said. It is expected to bring another 30,000 bed-nights to Christchurch, he said. The park would also employ between 100 and 120 staff, most of them local. BIG JOB: Construction of Christchurch Adventure Park began in April, after about four years of planning. PHOTOS: GEOFF SLOAN In the future, they hoped to bring international mountain and downhill races to Christchurch. Mayor Lianne Dalziel said the project would set Christchurch apart as a great place to visit, and live. “It really fits the city’s image in terms of sport and recreation from mountain to sea.” She said it needed an extraordinary commitment to deliver the project in a short space, however it had been four years of trying to pull it together. “Fiona told me that when she felt they weren’t getting the investment, she’d go and sit at the site and say it has to happen and now it’s a reality.” Downhill mountain biker Lachlan Cruickshank said the park was one of the reasons he moved to Christchurch, and he had already snapped up a season pass. “It is going to be one of the best bike parks in the Southern Hemisphere and could develop Christchurch into a real mecca of the sport going forward.” Mr Charity said Select Evolution had a 50-year lease for the land, and it hoped to continue to develop more of it. “There’s at least 120km of track that we can develop in here. There’s so much scope.” He said it was a “legacy project” and as a cyclist himself, was looking forward to riding it rather than working on it. “I didn’t expect to be working 100-hour weeks. But to see the park come to life is always a dream. It’s exceeded my expectations in what it’s become.” • Christchurch Adventure Park will have its official opening on December 16. It will be open from 10am-8pm in summer, and 10am-5pm in winter. DESIGNER FASHION AT OUTLET PRICES SMART BRANDS SMARTER PRICES HORNBY 409 Main South Road | Open 10am–5pm, 7 days