6 Tuesday June 20 2017 Latest Christchurch news at www. .kiwi SELWYN TIMES BIG JOBS SORTED $ 500 GET WORTH OF MITRE 10 GIFT CARDS FREE WITH EVERY $ 4000 SPENT ON A NOUVEAU KITCHEN SPEND $ 4000 & OVER & GET $500 IN GIFT CARDS SPEND $ 8000 & OVER & GET $1000 IN GIFT CARDS SPEND $ 12000 & OVER & GET $1500 IN GIFT CARDS SPEND $ 16000 & OVER & GET $2000 IN GIFT CARDS $ 199 Classico Toilet Suite 114274 Goldair Fan Heater 121623 $ 47 99 $ 119 EXCLUSIVE Stream Single Spray Slide Shower 158212 Slimline Vanity 169375 $ 479 $ 1199 Classique 600mm Freestanding Oven with Ceramic Cooktop 248785 Powerpack Rangehood 248781 $ 199 Terms & Conditions: Offer valid 8th – 28th June 2017. The kitchen must be valued at $4,000 for $500 in gift cards, $8,000 for $1,000 in gift cards, $12,000 for $1,500 in gift cards and over $16,000 for $2,000 in gift cards. The kitchen sale can consist of cabinets, bench tops, appliances & kitchen accessories (sinks & taps). Excludes plumbing & installation. Gift cards cannot be used in the same transaction as the kitchen purchase, and have a 3 month validity. (Set value $ 49 $ 76 98 Empire $ 189 Mirror Cabinet Milano Soft Close Toilet Seat 122215 Gift cards cannot be redeemed for cash). Kitchen must be paid in full by 28 June 2017. Includes all kitchens: Concepts, Impressions & Designer. Offer limited to one kitchen per customer. Offer does not apply to trade or account purchases. Normal finance terms & conditions apply. 30% deposit is required on Nouveau Kitchens. $ 177 Goldair 5 Bar Heated Towel Rail 165850 Door Mounted Bin Stainless Steel 233649 750mm 219810 Classique Cooktop 248611 $ 799 $ 349 $ 99 Nouveau Bar Fridge White. 112L. 248794 EACH EXCLUSIVE Whirlpool Crisp n Grill 25L Microwave 295445 & 295446 $ 399EACH Stream Selected Tapware 158389, 157869, 157868, 121405 ST190617 Available from Tuesday 20th June until Monday 26th June 2017, while stocks last. Mitre10 MEGA Hornby Ph: 03 349 8497 *If you find a lower price on an identical stocked product locally we will beat it by 15% *If you find the same product cheaper from another Mitre 10 store or Mitre 10 website we’ll match that price. Excludes trade and special quotes, stock liquidations and commercial quantities. The in-store price may be lower than that advertised.
SELWYN TIMES Latest Christchurch news at www. .kiwi Tuesday June 20 2017 7 News Complex for seniors gets $25k • Georgia O’Connor-Harding A NEW residential complex for over 65-year-olds, single or widowed in the community, is now one step closer to opening in Leeston. The Ellesmere Vintage Club has presented a $25,000 cheque towards completing the Abbeyfield Ellesmere complex. A tractor raffle and vintage fair fundraiser, which showcased more than 100 vintage and classic tractors dating from the early 1900s, was held earlier this year. It was organised by the club to help raise funds for the home. After eight years of planning by local volunteers, construction of the Flannery St complex began last year. The complex will be the first of its kind to be built in Selwyn and is expected to be completed in October or November. The overall cost of the complex is to be $2.5 million and the committee has raised $2.1 million. “Our current target for fundraising is a further $400,000 and this generous donation of $25,000 goes a long way in getting us closer to our target,” committee chairman Bruce GENEROUS: The Ellesmere Vintage Club with a $25,000 cheque they raised for the Abbeyfield Ellesmere committee. ON THE WAY: Construction on a new residential complex in Leeston is under way with the building expected to open later this year. Cochrane said. Residents living in the house, owned by The Vintage Village Trust, will be given weekly rental to cover meals, rates, insurance and power. Members of the community considering applying for the complex are required to be able to care for their personal needs independently. Mr Cochrane said he would like to thank Ellesmere Vintage Club chairman Stu Donald and his committee along with Southbridge-based Palmers Transport founders Brian and Averil Palmer for donating their Massey Harris Pony tractor for the raffle. To make a further donation to the complex phone Mr Cochrane on 027 432 9378 or committee member Murray Stephens on 027 221 6189. West Melton runners beat the mud •From page 1 Countless young people were affected by the sudden and dramatic change to their sporting landscape – with facilities lost and clubs presented with the ultimate challenge. From the start, Sport Canterbury had a vision for the unique secondary schools event. “The event helped reach out to those students who may not participate in traditional sporting codes,” Mr Falloon said. Six years later, thanks to a continuing partnership with UC Education, the event has become one of New Zealand’s most highly anticipated events for secondary school students. Sport Canterbury Event coordinator Isaac Sutherland said Darfield is one of the events greatest supporters. He said from the beginning of the events, Darfield High School has been on board – 100 per cent. Darfield High School sports coordinator Karen Armstrong said there are many reasons the event has inspired their students. “Our year 11 physical education class has been encouraged to compete as part of their course . . . plus this year, the year 7 and 8 students are getting involved,” she said. Join us Do first aid . Volunteer . Fundraise . Shop . Donate redcross.org.nz 0800 RED CROSS
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