Bay Harbour: January 24, 2018

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Joan Wilkie, 92 returned to

her childhood by having her

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event at Edith Cavell Lifecare in

Sumner last week.

The event, which also

included a sausage sizzle and

bouncy castle was put on free

by the home.

Manager Mary van der Veldt

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“We’ve got one resident who

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a novelty. Even my cook who

was in charge of making it said:

‘This is a lifelong dream doing

this.’ But by the end of the day,

she said: ‘I’m over this.’ ”

For many residents, the facepainting

and candyfloss “took

them back to their childhoods.”

Families of residents, staff

and local families went to

Wednesday afternoon’s event

with their children. Ms van der

Velt said it was a delight for the

residents.

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• By Sarla Donovan

SURVEILLANCE cameras may be

installed on Main Rd opposite the

Sumner Surf Life Saving Club.

The Safer Sumner group has

bought two cameras at cost price

from security firm October Protection

and the group has asked the

city council, and electricity lines

company Orion, if it can put them

on a power pole opposite the club.

If given the go-ahead the cameras

will be installed as soon as

possible, said group member and

October Protection owner Matt

Wood.

Safer Sumner set up a Givealittle

page to raise money for the

cameras, following four aggravated

burglaries in Sumner, Redcliffs,

Ferrymead and Mt Pleasant late

last year.

In one of the burglaries, householder

Emely van Ras, held off an

armed intruder with a decorative

Fijian skull crusher.

The group raised more than $3110

and Sumner business Johnston

Architects donated the remainder of

the $4000 cost.

It comes as Akaroa police beat

the drums for cameras to be installed

because of crime.

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ALL POWER to the Sumner Safer Group

(see page 1) as it moves very close to its goal

of putting in security surveillance cameras.

This small group of locals needs to be

applauded for trying to make the village

safer.

The group has been very proactive after a spate of aggravated

burglaries, and ongoing petty nuisance incidents.

It wants to put the cameras on a power pole which will record

people coming and going from Sumner. All that it needs is the

go-ahead from the city council and Orion.

On another note, Akaroa police want CCTV cameras there

too. The local police are pushing for them – so they must be

needed.

I hope the city council helps or comes up with the funding.

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Sumner link in lift-off

• By Sarla Donovan

A PHOTO of Rocket Lab’s

successful Electron rocket

launch this week has gone

around the world, much to the

excitement of the man who

took it, former Sumner resident

Kieran Fanning.

The self-described ‘electron

wrangler’ at the Auckland-based

space company took the image

which has

been spotted

in American,

Indian,

Russian and

European

newspapers.

“So stoked,”

said Mr

Kieran

Fanning

Fanning, who

is an avionics

engineer at

the company, working on the

rocket’s onboard electrical and

electronic systems.

“It was pretty surreal. As soon

as it got downloaded, I knew it

was the money shot. It was really

cool to wake up in the morning

and see a lot of space journalists

that I follow, tweeting and

talking about it and seeing it in

news outlets all over the world.”

Photography is a hobby of

the 24-year-old who grew up

in Sumner, attended Shirley

Boys’ High School and studied

engineering at Canterbury

University.

He moved to his dream job at

Rocket Lab two years ago after

starting his career with Fisher &

Paykel in Dunedin.

Rocket Lab successfully

launched its second Electron

rocket into orbit off Mahia

Peninsula on Monday.

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There will be a third test

launch before the company

can move into commercial

missions.

Mr Fanning said the country

stands to benefit from the

technology.

“As well as the jobs related to

the manufacture of the rockets

and the ground operations,

there’s the satellites that we can

launch for agriculture, urban

IGNITION:

This photo

of Monday’s

successful

Rocket Lab

space launch

was taken by

former Sumner

resident Kieran

Fanning,

an avionics

engineer with

the company. ​

planning and such like – there’s

a whole lot of really cool science

that can go on with those

satellites that can benefit New

Zealand.”

He describes working at

Rocket Lab as “amazing” and

is keen to remain with the

company and see it develop.

“It’s still a young company

and it’s really cool to be a part of

that.”

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Surf club site for cameras sought

•From page 1

The city council is

meeting with police in

early February following

a request from the Banks

Peninsula Community

Board to put the cameras

into the township.

City council manager

transport operations centre

Ryan Cooney, said the city

council has a budget for

installation and maintenance

of crime prevention

cameras, but doesn’t decide

where they get placed.

“New Zealand Police determine

the best locations

for the cameras in order to

improve the safety of the

community,” he said.

A decision on Akaroa is

likely between mid to late

February.

Senior Constable

Osborne said she had previously

asked the Akaroa-

Wairewa Community

Board about funding for a

CCTV camera in the township

and was pleased to

hear the city council would

be meeting with police to

discuss the request.

She said the Akaroa

community could look at

copying what Sumner had

done if the city council

won’t pay.

“It’s a similar set-up in

BRAVE: Emely van Ras

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a decorative weapon.

terms of a main street with

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SECURE: The Safer

Sumner group has

purchased two CCTV

cameras and want to

put them on a power

pole opposite the surf

lifesaving club. ​

happen here, it would be

brilliant. It’s a big piece of

the puzzle that’s missing.”

She plans to speak at a

Banks Peninsula Community

Board meeting

on February 26 about the

issue.

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Facebook change hits baker

• By Sarla Donovan

THE FOUNDER of Lyttelton’s

Glamour Cake is frustrated with

changes to Facebook which she

said are affecting her business.

Bree Scott has regular queues

lining up to buy her donut

creations, which she makes and

sells from her father’s bakery on

Norwich Quay.

The 24-yearold

gets up at

3.30am each

morning to bake,

decorate and sell

up to 700 donuts

Bree Scott

a day with flavours

like brandy

snap, toffee apple

and custard square.

Miss Scott started Glamour

Cake four years ago but it wasn’t

until she started making and

posting photos of her donut

creations on Facebook that it really

took off, attracting upwards

of 30,000 followers and prompting

national media coverage.

But recent changes to the way

Facebook operates have hit hard.

“The only reason I have Glamour

Cake today is because of

Facebook,” said Miss Scott.

“It’s a little bit frustrating

because it’s decided to change

the way they let business develop

and grow and they’re really

stunting it, they’re really shutting

it down. They’re no longer

allowing Facebook pages and

businesses the opportunity to

get into people’s news feeds.”

She said if people didn’t follow

her page daily, she no longer

showed up in their news feeds.

“I definitely noticed when it

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SOCIAL BUSINESS: Changes to the way Facebook operates

for businesses have had an impact on Bree Scott’s Glamour

Cake bakery in Lyttelton.

was introduced in November

my sales went down dramatically.

Facebook is a key part of

my business – it’s created my

business for me – and it’s such

a shame they’ve decided to

shut that down. I have to think

of new ways to get myself out

Mark Zuckerberg

there.” The changes to Facebook,

which began late last year,

are designed to reduce public

content in people’s news feeds,

including videos and other posts

from publishers or businesses.

In a recent post on the company’s

blog, Facebook founder

Mark Zuckerberg said “we’ve

gotten feedback from our community

that public content –

posts from businesses, brands

and media – is crowding out

the personal moments that lead

us to connect more with each

other.”

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• By Sarla Donovan

Fire rages, homes at risk

Museum

designs

under way

PAGE 7

CONCEPT DESIGNS for the

new Lyttelton Museum should be

completed by March.

Last year, the city council

agreed to gift land at 33-35 London

St to the Lyttelton Historical

Museum Society.

Once typographical and geotechnical

work is completed over

the next two weeks, architects

Warren and Mahoney will create

and cost the designs for the building,

which could have three or

four levels.

The drawings would take six to

eight weeks.

Museum society development

committee chairman Peter Rough

said once it had the designs the

society would be applying for

funding from bodies including

the Ministry of Culture and Heritage,

the Rata Foundation and

the Lotteries Commission.

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Wednesday January 24 2018

News

Olive branch

for boat

shed burglar

• By Sarla Donovan

IF YOU’VE broken into boat

sheds at Jones Bay near French

Farm and left property there,

now’s your chance to ‘fess up.’

Two sheds were broken into

between March and December

last year, with property taken

including sails and an antique

winch.

But in an unusual twist,

the burglar left a sizeable

amount of their own property

at the sheds. Kayaks, sheets of

plywood, a port-a-potty and

tools were among the items left

behind.

Now Akaroa Police Senior

Constable Anita Osborne is

extending an olive branch. She

said she wants the property

owners to get in touch so she

can sit down with them, discuss

what’s occurred and sort

it out.

“I would hope there’s been

a misunderstanding,” she told

Bay Harbour News. She has

given the owners of the property

until February 10 to come

forward.

If not collected by then, she

will look at options, including

auctioning the property off and

donating the money raised to

the Akaroa Health Hub.

•From page 1

“They just love to see little children

doing what little children

do – that’s the entertainment

really. When you see them toddling

about, falling over, eating

candyfloss and bouncing on the

castle. That’s what it’s all about.”

Forecast rain put off a couple of

community stallholders but stalls

selling fudge and bracelets made

by residents proved popular,

making $100.

Some of the Fijian and Indian

staff members made traditional

RHYTHM:

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William Joker

enjoy a dance.

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was popular

with young

and old.

food for people to taste which

went down a treat.

Ms van der Velt said she was

keen to make it an annual event.

“This was quite a good time

for the children because they’re

off school but whether we hold

something pre-Christmas next

time. It was nice that people who

had never been to Edith Cavell

before came.”

The money to hold the event

came from a competiton run

last year by the Heritage Lifecare

Group, which Edith Cavell won.

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Wednesday January 24 2018

Our People

Lyttelton baker Bree Scott has built a thriving business

creating and selling donuts and cakes from the family

bakery on Norwich Quay. Sarla Donovan catches up with

the 24-year-old founder of Glamour Cake

So how is it coming back to

work after the holidays?

It’s been crazy, the body is still

registering what is going on right

now. It was definitely a shock to

the system. I’m feeling it now,

especially after three weeks off,

it’s absolute madness. But it’s

very exciting knowing everyone’s

coming back to see you after

you’ve been closed. I love it.

What did you get up to?

I think I only spent one day

at home, it was fabulous. I went

down to Central Otago, I did the

Queen Charlotte Track, I went to

Nelson. It was just beautiful to be

away and have a fresh mind and

not have to think about work.

Were you struck by any

inspiring new flavours or

ideas while out hiking and

swimming?

I was actually pretty good. I

decided to delete my Facebook

app so I’d stop getting messages

and notifications about work

and I just let myself have a good

old break, recharge the batteries.

It wasn’t till about four days

before I came home and I saw

this shout-out from Air New

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excited to come back to work. I

think it was really important that

I just switched off for those three

weeks because now that I’m back

at work I have heaps of energy

and I’m ready to get back into it.

Does getting up at 3.30am

every morning affect your

social life?

Yes and no. It definitely did

last year, so my goal this year is

to make sure that I don’t let my

business take over my entire life

and I still have the opportunity

to live as well as work. When you

own a business, you don’t finish

work – the messages, the orders,

events – it’s pretty full on. I love

the challenge, I love being my

own boss and being able to create

and do my own thing but I need

to remember to just live as well

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Tastes are pretty fickle in the

world of baking – we’ve had

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donuts stop. I did think maybe

when I came back, it might not

be a thing anymore and had

faded out but it’s still going

strong so I’m just going to keep

going and keep creating the

different flavours.

What are you picking will be

the next big thing?

I think eclairs are taking off a

bit. I’ve seen a few companies are

starting to make them. It’s sort of

similar to a donut but a different

style of pastry. But I’d like to do

something a little bit different

and be the trendsetter, so I’m

collaborating on a few different

ideas to see what might be next.

That’s the beauty of Glamour

Cake and being a small business

– you can trial things and

if they don’t work you just make

something new the next day.

That’s what I love about what I

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Bree Scott

Lyttelton’s sweet treat and donut queen

ALL ABOUT THE DOUGH: Bree Scott shows off a selection of

her innovative donuts at Lyttelton bakery.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

do, I start early in the morning,

I get to make the product out the

back, put it in the front of the

shop, and then I get to serve the

customer who comes in and buys

it, so I get that whole process of

making the craft product, making

sure it looks beautiful and

then being able to personally

get the response back from the

customer.

How do you spend your free

time?

I love swimming and outdoor

activities. I have a surfboard at

home in Sumner so normally

when I finish work I chuck the

wetsuit on and grab my board

and that is really great for the

mind, the body and soul.

Where do you see yourself in

five years time?

I’m not 100 per cent sure. Just

enjoying everything that comes

at me. I’m one of those people

who develop as they go. I did

some work experience a couple

of years ago in Sydney and I

absolutely love their small, high

quality cakes. Mine are different

in that they’re big and over-thetop,

vibrant and colourful and

fun, but theirs are very ooh la la,

very fancy. They just have that

next step of elegance, which I

love so that might be something

I look into when the donuts start

to fade out.

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Your Local Views

Making the

Local

News

Now

Fire rages, homes at risk

most of 2018

National list MP

for Port Hills

Nuk Korako

looks at the

challenges and

goals we might

be setting for

ourselves over

the year ahead

A very happy new year to you.

My resolution for 2018 is to get

back on my bike and increase

my fitness and I’m happy to say

I’ve started.

January is almost at an end,

and the new year in our great

city of Christchurch and the

Port Hills area has certainly begun.

NCEA results are out, most

holidaymakers are home and the

working year is under way.

For many it will be the beginning

of a new year of study,

learning and training. But for all

of us, from babies through to the

not-so-young, life holds many

opportunities to learn and gain

an understanding of the world

around us.

This year, I will be mentoring

a fine young man from my

electorate who is doing an internship

with me while studying

at Victoria University and I am

really looking forward to that.

If continuing your education

is your challenge in 2018, or you

have a passion that you would

like to pursue, there are many

opportunities in our local areas.

Take advantage of the fees-free

study for first time eligible tertiary

students.

It’s a hot summer and the

Sumner Surf Life Saving Club

does a great job providing surf

patrols to the end of March,

as does Taylors Mistake on

weekends to mid-March. Corsair

Bay on the harbour is also a

great destination. Remember to

slip, slop, slap and put on a hat

which will certainly pay off this

summer.

Wherever you are, please be

aware of your own safety and the

safety of others, especially when

driving around schools or past

cyclists, and give me a wave if

you see me on my bike.

Whatever new year resolution

you have given yourself, I wish

you every success. Warm regards

and keep in touch.

•More local views, page 17

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Thriving port key to region’s growth

Lyttelton

Port

Company

chief

executive

Peter Davie

explains

LPC’s role

in ensuring the region has

a prosperous port to meet

Canterbury’s predicted

growing freight demand

There is a tangible change in

our city. No longer are we talking

about resilience. What we are

increasingly hearing is the word

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about new beginnings.

There is a growing business

confidence across Christchurch

and the wider Canterbury

region. Over the last six months

our local economy has continued

to outperform historical activity

levels.

Although the Christchurch

rebuild has been the key driver

of our economic growth, it’s

commonly accepted that this

activity is slowing down. To

ensure our economic growth

continues we need to rely on our

more traditional sectors such as

manufacturing and agriculture

– the good news is both sectors

continue to grow.

Lyttelton Port has a vital

role to play in enabling further

growth in these two sectors. Our

purpose is simple – we exist to

facilitate trade in Canterbury

and the South Island.

In one of the most exciting

development stages we have

experienced, we have now rebuilt

our port and enhanced our services

ready to meet Canterbury’s

increasing freight demands. This

is essential given these needs are

predicted to double in the next

decade.

As New Zealand’s second

largest export port and New

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to the economic drivers of the

Canterbury (and South Island)

regional economy, which, in

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The port has doubled total

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Almost all the goods our economy

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projects. We have lodged a range

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Canterbury to allow us

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During the past decade the

environmental management of

port and harbour operations has

taken on a higher profile. We

are working closely with Ngai

Tahu and other stakeholders as

we proactively ensure our operations

do not adversely impact on

our environment.

Some of the projects have been

completed and are already boosting

our operations and provide

strong support for the regional

economy and the recovery. These

include the new $85 million

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which has increased our container

trade capacity and ability

to service the predicted freight

increases, and our new inland

port at Rolleston, MidlandPort.

We have also repaired and

strengthened our inner harbour

jetties and oil berth to allow us

to continue to support log, fishing,

gypsum, fertiliser, oil and

other bulk trades.

A key focus of the redevelopment

programme is moving port

operations to the east, away from

the local community onto land

being reclaimed in Te Awaparahi

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land space for the increased

container trade.

As container ships are getting

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programme is one of our 20 large

projects, showing how we are

adapting quickly to the changing

needs of our customers.

Construction has begun on

Te Ana Marina, Canterbury’s

only walk-on floating marina in

Lyttelton’s inner harbour. The

marina is the first stage of our

wider community regeneration

plan providing the public with

amenities in the area and access

to the waterfront.

We support the development

of a cruise ship berth and we will

soon lodge our resource consent

with Environment Canterbury to

seek consent to build the berth.

We will hold public information

events this year so people can

understand what we will be

building and we will be able to

provide an updated timeline for

construction of the berth.

We’re also proud of our dedicated

staff and of critical importance

to us is ensuring that all our

people, including our customers,

suppliers, contractors and port

users get home safely each day. It’s

great to be back in Lyttelton and

supporting local business, in our

new offices at the port.

Our eyes are firmly fixed on

the future and we are proud

to play our part in both the

regeneration and future proofing

of the growing prosperity of

Christchurch.

•Peter Davie is the chief

executive of Lyttelton

Port Company, a role he

has held for 13 years. He

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Sumner bowl over Heathcote in T20

• By Gordon Findlater

A WIN over local rivals

Heathcote was the highlight

at the weekend as Sumner

experienced mix results in the

Dick Motz twenty20 series at

Burnside Park.

Sumner began the day in style

rolling Heathcote for just 73 runs

in 15 overs. Richie Bell was the

star with the ball taking 5/13

from his four overs.

Heathcote appeared to be off to

a bright start, scoring 21 without

loss from the opening two overs

before Paddy Sullivan removed

Matt Mealings. Bell then claimed

the next four Heathcote wickets,

including danger man, John

Garry, who scored a quick fire 25

from just 18 deliveries at the top

of the order.

Sumner cleaned up the Heathcote

tail with relative ease, as the

final three wickets fell for one

run. Sullivan claimed a second

wicket to finish with figures of

2/20, while Jonathan Percasky

claimed three late wickets to finish

with 3/10 from three overs.

Sumner’s pursuit of 74 never

really looked in doubt. Tom

Gooday fell for just two in the

third over. However, fellow

opener Andrew Vann’s 27 from

20 deliveries meant his side were

able to reach the total in just the

10th over to seal a seven wicket

win.

Both teams then suffered

defeat in their afternoon games

against premier grade teams.

Sumner found themselves

chasing an imposing total after

Burnside West Christchurch

University finished with 179/5 in

the first innings.

Only Vann and Dean Smith

were able to score more than 20

for Sumner as they eventually fell

well short, bowled out for 104 in

the 19th over.

Meanwhile, Heathcote found

themselves up against it when

they played St Albans who piled

on 202/2 thanks to a stellar

knock of 131 from 73 deliveries

by Robbie Polson.

Heathcote were never able to

get near the mammoth total,

finishing 124/7 after 20 overs.

Sumner and Heathcote will

both contest the final two rounds

of the T20 series at Burnside

Park on Saturday.

RUNS: A quickfire 27 from

Andrew Vann got Sumner’s

chase off to a good start in

their win over Heathcote.

SPORTS

OUTCLASSED: Sumner were

defeated by premier side,

Burnside West Christchurch

University, in their afternoon

game. ​

Young softballer strikes multi-code success

SPORTING

ALL-ROUNDER:

Bella Lister

represented

New Zealand at

under-15 level in

Sydney last year.

• By Gordon Findlater

A TALENTED young Sumner

athlete has been recognised as

the South Island’s top under-15

softballer for the third year

running.

Bella Lister, 14, was part of

the Canterbury under-15 girls

side that won the South Island

championships in Invercargill

this month.

It was the fourth straight year

the pitcher has competed at the

event. She has also been named

in the tournament team each

year.

It was also the third time Bella

has been named the tournament

MVP. At the tournament she

pitched 13 innings and faced

43 batters without conceding a

single run. She was also one of

the top batters, reaching home

10 times from 19 at-bats. Her

batting average over the four

days was .526.

The Canterbury under-15 girls

team were undefeated during the

four-day tournament and beat a

Canterbury development team

10-0 in the final.

Following the South Island

championships, Bella went on

to represent Canterbury at the

New Zealand under-17 girls

tournament in Dunedin, where

they finished fifth. In recent

years, Bella has been part of the

New Zealand development squad

as well as the NZ ISA team.

However, Bella’s talents

aren’t limited to the softball

diamond.

Next month she will travel

to Auckland to play for the

Canterbury under-16s at

the national junior touch

tournament.

She has also represented

Canterbury at age group level

netball.

Playing at centre, she hopes to

crack into the top senior team at

Christchurch Girls’ High School

when she begins year 11 next

month.

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HAPPY NEW year to you

all. I hope you got to take

advantage of the nice weather

over the holidays.

I worked through but am

taking some time off this

month instead.

It’s been a very busy boating

season so far, with great

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others on the water.

I’m not the kind of person

who makes new year’s

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•Never tow without an

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Holiday Activity: Make a Pin

Wheel Fan

Wednesday, 11-noon

Using simple materials (straws,

paper, scissors and pins) create

a spinning fan to cool you off

this summer. Free, no bookings

needed. Caregiver required.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre

Knit ‘n’ Yarn

Wednesday, 10am-noon, and

Friday, 10.30am-noon

Got along to Lyttelton Library

for this friendly craft session.

Bring your knitting, crochet or

other portable craft project and

enjoy time with other crafters.

Take a look the library’s range

of books to get ideas for your

next project. Free, No bookings

required. Beginners welcome.

Lyttelton Library on Wednesday,

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre on Friday

Strength ‘n’ Stretch Class

Wednesday, 6-7pm

For women in their fab-50s

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St Andrews Anglican Church,

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This gentle exercise class

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those wanting to improve their

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Have fun in a friendly atmosphere,

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Redcliffs Bowling Club, James

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Create ’n’ Connect

Thursday, 9.30am-noon

Enjoy company and creativity

at the weekly art and craft group.

Bring your own project or just

go along and get some inspiration.

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Redcliffs

Mini Music

Thursday, 9.30am

Get your pre-schoolers rocking

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Church hall. Session costs $3 per

child or $5 per family and operates

on a drop in basis.

Join the celebrations at the Motukarara Races on Sunday.

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music and soak up the atmosphere at an idyllic country race

track. It’s one of the biggest racedays on the calendar for

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under the trees. Gates open 10am. Adult entry $10, children

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Ewing and Brocklebank: Two

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Stoddart Cottage, Waipapa

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JP Clinic

Saturday, 10am-noon

A justice of the peace will be

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There is no charge for

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Matuku Takotako: Sumner

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Akaroa Music Festival –

Elizabethan Evening

Friday, 7-9.15pm

Spend a summer’s evening

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Line Dancing for Beginners

From February 5, 6pm, Bromley

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Rd. February 6 (Waitangi

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Mt Pleasant Farmers’ Market:

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a/h 359- 4605

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Experienced & registered..

Expert in all home

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maintenance.Call

027 4401715

Phone 376 5322 or email

chcheast@laserplumbing.co.nz

COAL & FIREWOOD

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Oregon & Old Man Pine

Free delivery for 6cm

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by arrangement

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Lynda or Ron Aldersely

Phone 329 6233

Mon - Fri 8am - 12 noon

James

Trades & Services

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Need your home or

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Phone Ruth 326-6663 or

021 272-0303

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Experienced tradesman,

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ph Simon 027 389-1351 or

03 328-7280

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waterblasting, ph Graeme

for a free quote, 027 318

2614

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Ph 03 384 4452 or 021

08115299

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384-2574

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visit www.featureworks.

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“Your Windows are the

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call Greg Brown, Crystal

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for “Born-2-Code”. Ph

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