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• By Sophie Cornish

SEVEN NEW Brighton residents

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Stokes Hall for community use.

The New Brighton Community

Hall Trust, which has just been

set up, submitted an expression of

interest to the city council. Trust

member Chris Carrow said the

group aims to keep the hall in a

shared management agreement

with the city council.

“We are working towards this,

but have to get the Ministry of

Education and city council to

support the initiative,” he said.

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YOU HAVE to applaud the

community-minded people in New

Brighton and their fight to save the

Roy Stokes Hall (page 1).

The hall has been a hub for Brighton

over the decades but, if it falls into the hands of private

developers, it could literally fall.

So its fate lies with the people trying to save it and the

community itself – it needs people and groups using it.

Over the years, the hall has been used for 21sts to those

under the radar crown and anchor nights (or was that the

old RSA hall on New Brighton Rd? The years have faded my

memory on that one).

But if you get my drift it would sad to see it go.

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Bid to clean up derelict sites

• By Sophie Cornish

RICHMOND residents are

taking matters into their own

hands as they say landlords

who live out of the city are not

maintaining their properties.

A meeting was organised

between community members

and business owners recently

to discuss issues including

overgrown

gardens,

properties

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maintained,

litter and the

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Hayley

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resident and

business owner

Hayley Guglietta is planning a

wide-scale clean-up of the area

and is hoping local businesses

will help with donations.

Mrs Guglietta is unhappy that

some landlords were not looking

after their properties, she said.

“They should be made to

take responsibility for the

maintenance of their sites.”

“I live and work in the area,

I’ve invested in the area and

it’s frustrating to see absent

landlords not realising how

leaving their sites impacts on

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unoccupied building on Stanmore Rd “an abomination”.

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everyone else.” Central Ward

city councillor Deon Swiggs

attended the community

meeting and said there will be a

bigger focus on improving the

Richmond commercial area.

“It’s a good time to start

looking at that (Richmond)

village area and have some focus

on some of those issues that (the

community) have been raising.”

Cr Swiggs is pushing to form

a business and landowners’

association for the area.

“One of the things that was

quite clear is that there seems to

be a potential disconnect with

some businesses in the area

and talking to the community

about their expectations and

potentially how they can

both work together to improve

the village area to get it

up to its potential,” said Cr

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McMaster & Heap

Veterinary practice

Charity work

For a while now, Steve and I have helped

out charity organizations in Christchurch.

We are involved with CPL, redzonecats and

more recently the SPCA. We all really enjoy

the involvement and working relationship

we have with these organizations, ensuring

that these animals get “Gold” Standard

treatment and care in our hospital, just like

any of our pets would receive.

Megan and a tabby kitten in for desexing.

What has amazed me is the total

commitment , kindness and compassion

the inspectors, fosterers, vets and carers we

have dealt with have for these homeless,

sick and often abused animals. Many of

these people work voluntarily. It is not an

easy job, physically or emotionally. They

see a lot of things we shouldn’t have to

be exposed to. They often transform

their homes to cater for the fast growing

number of cats to care for. They do the

very best in terms of nutrition and pet care.

They genuinely care and want to improve

the life and health for this animal.

Working with the CPL means we mainly

desex, microchip and vaccinate kittens who

are living with fosterers until they are ready

to be put up for adoption. One of the best

parts of our day is cuddling these kittens

– all are so cute and huggable. Robyn

who we liase with, has worked tirelessly

and voluntarily for over 25 years for the

CPL and is just one of the kindest most

generous people I know. She makes a huge

difference in the lives of those kittens and

has a dedicated team of fosterers to help.

CPL kittens awaiting their surgery.

Redzonecats also do a remarkable job,

a job no one else was prepared to do, in

that they carefully monitor and trap stray

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endeavor to find their previous owners or

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sedation. Initially we check these cats for

FIV and FeLV ( Feline Aids or Feline leukemia

Virus) and if they test negative we will often

desex and vaccinate these cats, perform

dentistry on mouths that require it, and

groom or xray where appropriate. These

cats are given a fantastic chance and we

all treat them with respect, kindness and

humility. We love helping out Jane and her

cats. Another outstanding woman who

genuinely cares about animals.

Recently we have started working

alongside the SPCA. This has been

particularly rewarding diagnosing and

treating these animals to the best of

our ability and providing them with a

level of kindness and care they often

haven’t experienced before. The SPCA

inspectors we deal with are a wonderful

bunch of passionate, gentle people who

are solely dedicated to helping improve

the lives of the animals in their care. We

examine sick and uplifted animals, provide

diagnostics such as xrays, blood testing

and ultrasounds where necessary and

we provide intensive care monitoring if

needed. Due to being open 7 days, the

weekends can often be busy checking out

SPCA patients and providing a treatment

plan.

We even see tortoises - here Kirsty is

performing a hind leg amputation

to save its life.

Steve and I are very proud to be

associated with the above organizations

and we have met some fabulous people

along the way, who all share our views

that a pets’ life is just as important as our

own, and these special furry friends of ours

should be treated and cared for exactly

the same. We are all headed in the same

direction whereby we want to decrease

animal abuse and abandonment by way of

providing the correct education to people,

care that is affordable and showing respect

and kindness to everyone, regardless of

where they come from. Everyone does

deserve the love and companionship of

owning a pet but it’s not a decision to be

taken lightly and the correct advice and

education from us as health professionals is

vitally important for a successful outcome.

Dr Michele McMaster

For more information on the work these

organizations do and if you are looking at

adopting a pet please visit their websites

– redzonecats.org.nz, cats.org.nz and

spcacanterbury.org.nz

McMaster & Heap

Readers respond

to an article about

the Richmond

Community Garden

being targeted by

thieves

Les Robinson

Shelford – Not just

Christchurch, it’s

happening to a lot of our

community gardens.

We have had quite a few

incidences in Whakatane

as well. Luckily our

tools are locked up in

a container, but garden

boxes get damaged and

food ripped out. Its free

people, just ask. I do hope

you have good sponsors

to help replace your lost

tools.

Robyn Rodgers –

Disgusting and sadly they

won’t know how to use

them.

Bruce Smith – I never

realised that there are so

many total scumbags in

Christchurch.

Kevin Garty – They

must be very proud of

themselves.

Ngahuia Johnston –

Of course they did, people

take anything not nailed

and cemented in the

ground, so sad.

Dothy Mitchell

– So unnecessary, all

they had to do was ask.

Disappointing.

Judith Stowers –

Scum bags.

John Baxendine –

Need to be dealt to.

Joanne Churcher

– We’ve had the same

issue with the Food Forest

Kaiapoi – kai is in our

name, including thefts

of picnic tables and art

installations. This is right

down there with thefts

from charity boxes in

shops. Reckon it’s time to

bring back the stocks.

Mike Dixon – Wow,

what a nasty despicable

thing to do. I hope the

people responsible for doing

this are held accountable.

Sometimes I wonder

what people are thinking

when they take away from

community organisations

such as this when all they

are trying to do is help

others in need etc.

Rose Walker – This

happens here so much

why can’t they put

cameras up to catch

EMPTY: A

majority of

the tools in

the Richmond

Community

Garden shed

were stolen.

these low-life scum?

Warren Lee –

Someone knows who they

are – out them and let

them share their shame

forever.

Lawrence Allen –

So much for community,

aye?

Readers respond to

an article about mum

Erica Godfrey who

was punched at the

Thomson Park skate

park after defending

her autistic son

Robyn Rodgers –

Two sides to every story

but it still doesn’t give

someone the right to

punch.

Zane McKinnon –

She approached the kid to

“explain” the points about

her son and next thing she

gets a whack. That doesn’t

sound right to me. If my

kid had autism and was

being bullied I wouldn’t

be too calm either. I’m

glad the little punk got

caught and it’s not right

what happened to the lady

but this story doesn’t quite

add up.

Amanda White – I

can’t believe there’s still no

lightning and cameras at

that park.

Cath Milio – And what

of all the bystanders?


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Action planned after mum punched

Fire rages, homes at risk

Support for

cameras, lights,

more visibility

at skate park

• By Sophie Cornish

TREES AND shrubbery may

be removed to increase visibility

of Thomson Park from the road

in a bid to reduce anti-social

behaviour.

Police recommended the move

as part of its Crime Prevention

through Environmental Design

principles, with the aim of providing

a clear view of the skate

park from the road.

Police also supported installing

security cameras and better lighting

at the park. Both methods

have been effective at the Washington

Way Skate Park and Margaret

Mahy Family Playground.

It comes after South New

Brighton resident Erica Godfrey

was punched in the face by a

14-year-old male who had been

bullying her autistic son at the

skate park.

Mrs Godfrey confronted the

teenager after her son Isaiah was

pushed over and threatened.

ASSAULTED: Erica Godfrey, with her son Isaiah, shows the bruise to her face after she was

punched by a youth at Thomson Skate Park on Marine Pde.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

Mrs Godfrey and police attended

a Coastal-Burwood Community

Board meeting last week

about the assault, which aimed to

improve safety at the park.

The community board

requested city council staff carry

out a safety review of the park,

including assessing the need for

security cameras and lighting.

It also arranged for a

neighbourhood watch patrol to

include the park on its visiting

schedule.

Mrs Godfrey was pleased with

the planned action.

“It definitely would help; it’s

better than nothing. It’s good to

know neighbourhood watch is

going to get more involved,” she

said.

Mrs Godfrey was happy with

the feedback she received at the

board meeting and, if nothing is

done as a result, she will continue

fighting to improve safety at the

park.

“I have put through a request

for information about how many

incidences there are at Thomson

Park and once the information is

through I will do a petition, but I

told (the community board) that

I don’t want it to have to come to

that.”

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The trust said in its expression of

interest that it is passionate about

providing a creative and performing arts

space for the community.

The Christchurch Circus Trust

currently leases the hall and will remain

a key user if the building is not sold to

private investors.

The trust wants to secure additional

regular users, with the tenancies

providing the base income to run the

hall.

“We believe that securing tenancies

will not be an issue,” said Mr Carrow in

the expression of interest.

The trust has already received interest

from more than 18 groups, schools and

programmes. Mr Carrow said retaining

the rest of the old Central New Brighton

School site is also a possibility.

A letter has been sent from the trust

to Minister of Education Chris Hipkins

asking for an extension on the sale of the

hall until April 2019.

It also requested other options be

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Fire rages, homes at risk

SBHS, Avonside

leaders named

Schools are back in full swing, meaning new head girls and

boys have been selected to lead their classmates. Here’s

what the year has in store for some of the new leaders

Shirley Boys’ High School

Avonside Girls’ High School

BIG BUBBLES: Isabel Vickers had fun blowing bubbles at the annual I Love New Brighton

event on Waitangi Day.

PHOTOS: BEN FAIRWEATHER

Celebrate Brighton

GAMES: Faerie and fashion

designer Lily Peas Blossom

helps create some magic

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PAINTED: Ataahua, 5, had

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•Jeremy Wright is the head boy

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•Danielle Knight is delighted to

be Avonside Girls’ High School’s

deputy head girl for 2018.

Her favourite subjects are

physical education, accounting

and chemistry.

Throughout her years at

Avonside she has been involved

in many school

sports teams and

groups.

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she takes part in

Z-club, Students

Against Dangerous

Driving, netball and

volleyball.

Through these

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Danielle has met

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enjoyed representing

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tournaments.

Centre on move to MacFarlane Park

• By Sophie Cornish

RELOCATED: This building,

donated by the Lions Clubs

International Foundation,

was set to be relocated to

MacFarlane Park yesterday

in order to be used by the

Shirley Community Trust.

A NEW building for the Shirley

Community Trust was scheduled

to be relocated to MacFarlane

Park yesterday.

The building, which has a large

meeting room, two offices, a

kitchen and toilets, was donated

to the city by the Lions Clubs

International Foundation following

the February 22, 2011, earthquake.

It was previously used as

the St Albans Community Centre

on Colombo St.

There were some delays to the

process as the city council initially

estimated the cost to relocate

the building would be $100,000.

However, more detailed planning

revealed it would cost $225,000.

The initial $100,000 was approved

through the city council’s

Annual Plan.

An additional $125,000 was fast

tracked for the move.

The trust has been mainly operating

out of a small building at

MacFarlane Park for 16 years.

Trust manager Jane Mitchell

said the new building is a “very

exciting” prospect.

“We will still be operating

out of the smaller building, but

now there will be room for other

things to happen . . . it also means

other groups can come into the

community centre, which is

great,” said Mrs Mitchell.

Trust chairman Graeme Mitchell

said it was “very grateful” to

the city council and Lions club

for gifting the building.

The trust creates and facilitates

community meals, after school

programmes, touch rugby, food

banks, parenting courses, numeracy

and literacy classes, and

youth workers in local schools.

Work on site isn’t expected to

be completed until June 28.

This will include landscaping,

electrical, plumbing and a small

car park. The building will be

officially handed over to the trust

on June 29.


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Have-A-Go at Indoor Bowls

Every Tuesday, 11am-1.30pm

Indoor bowls for the senior

community. No experience

necessary and all abilities

welcome. Go along to try it out.

Please wear soft shoes. Cost per

person is $2. First session free.

Phone Tania Smith at ACTIS on

963 7070, or 027 540 5442 with

any inquiries.

Aranui/Wainoni Community

Centre

Rocket Club

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm

Rocket Club is a weekly afterschool

programme running

during term time. Students

can join the club and become

involved in different activities

based on local and current events

in a fun learning environment.

Homework help is available

during this time. Free to

attend and no bookings

required.

Aranui library, 109 Aldershot St

Ascot Exercise Classes for

Over 50s

Wednesday, 1-2pm, Thursday,

9.30am

Times may change to just

Thursdays at a later time. Cost

is $4 and a cup tea to follow. All

inquires are welcome to phone

either Margaret 383 2665 or 383

Email sophie.cornish@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Friday

2337.

Ascot Community Centre, 12

Ascot Ave

Game Zone

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

An hour of fun playing

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charades, connect four and

pictionary. Learn and develop

strategies in new games such as

dutch blitz, heads up, hand and

foot, and group games. Join in

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Take your friends or meet some

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Linwood Library, 1st floor

Eastgate Shopping Centre

CV Drop-in

Thursday, 10-1130am

A librarian will be on hand to

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New Brighton library, 213

Marine Pde

Ascot Scrabble Group

Friday, 12.45pm

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March 23. New Brighton Library.

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Ascot Community Centre, Ascot

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Seaside Toy Library

Saturday, 9.30-11.30am

Catering for children six

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games and sports equipment. Toy

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Barrier-Free Computing

Saturday, 10-12pm

This service is provided by

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assistance with using computers

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accessing the internet, playing

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numeracy development.

There is also the opportunity

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Saturday, 10am-2pm

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Eastside Gallery Multicultural

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Monsay-Friday, 11-4pm,

Saturday, noon-3pm

Each year the Linwood

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multicultural art exhibition

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Hi from the team at

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It is almost a year since McGirr Motors

moved to their new premises in Gloucester

Street.

As we approach our first anniversary

trading from our new workshop at 332

Gloucester St, we look back at what has

been an exciting year for us.

Owner, Gary Lake wishes to thank family

and friends who helped in getting us off to

such a good start. Relocating was a huge

undertaking and we could not have done it

without you all.

Gary and right-hand man Yutaka are still

on board. They have also employed two

new mechanics – Terry, who has 30-plus

years’ experience, and Jacob, their thirdyear

apprentice.

“Thank you to our customers (old and

new) for your continued support, which

has helped grow our business in this new

location,” Gary says.

“Now in our 18th year, our qualified and

experienced mechanics still strive to give

the professional and friendly service which

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The services provided include:

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“If you have any concerns about your

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In this summer of record temperatures,

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What’s On

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