Southern View: April 10, 2018

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• By Emily O’Connell

A WOOLSTON butcher proved

to be a cut above the rest in an

international competition.

New World Ferry Rd butcher

Jeremy Garth and his team, the

Pure South Sharp Blacks, recently

came second at the World

Butchers’ Challenge in Northern

Ireland.

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GLOBAL STAGE: Woolston butcher Jeremy Garth back home after his team came second in the World Butchers’ Challenge.

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It was the first time Mr Garth

had competed in the challenge

and he was “really proud” of

how the team performed.

“We produced some top quality

products and came away

with a good result so we’re very

happy,” he said.

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TOP MARKS to the St Andrew’s College

big band for coping with the massive

emotional hurdle they had to deal

with at the recent National Youth Jazz

Competition (see page 3).

Tom Fastier, who went to Cashmere

High and played in the St Andrew’s band, died tragically the day

before the festival. Not only did the band play but they won the

big band title – an exceptional achievement given the circumstances.

Said the college’s head of music Duncan Ferguson: “We

were delighted to win, but it was bittersweet.”

St Andrew’s also stood out in the individual competitions.

Serge Beaton won the Rodger Fox Trophy for the most outstanding

trombonist and Angus Rainey won the Edwina Thorne

Trophy for the most outstanding trumpet or flugel.

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Bittersweet win for big band

• By Sophie Cornish

THE ST Andrew’s College big

band had extra incentive to

win at the National Youth Jazz

Competition – bass player, Tom

Fastier, collapsed and died the

day before the competition

began.

“Tom was a bass player from

Cashmere High School who was

playing with our big band this

year. He had a strong chance of

winning best

bass player at

the festival as

he was a very

accomplished

musician,” head

of music Duncan

Ferguson

Tom Fastier

said.

“We were delighted to win, but

it was bittersweet,” he said.

St Andrew’s won the most

outstanding big band title at the

competition in Tauranga.

The band dedicated its set to

Tom, who died while on his way

to Cashmere High on March 27.

His death was possibly related to

a medical event.

Mr Ferguson said schools

sometimes share musicians

to play instruments that they are

lacking.

“For the first time in the

SWEET SOUNDS: St Andrew’s College year 12 students Lewis Edmond and Jenna Wells

performing at the 41st National Youth Jazz Competition.

festival’s history, organisers and

judges allowed the band director/teacher

to play in place of

Tom on the bass,” he said.

St Andrew’s also won a combo

silver award and a big band gold

award.

Serge Beaton won the Rodger

Fox Trophy for the most outstanding

trombonist and Angus

Rainey won the Edwina Thorne

Trophy for the most outstanding

trumpet or flugel.

Said competition director

Liam Ryan: “We had a record

number of registrations – 320

students from 21 secondary

schools as far and wide as

Christchurch and Wellington.

Due to this we added an

extra day (of) performing.”

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Fire rages, homes at risk

PLAYGROUND CLOSED

The Barrington Park playground is

closed until June 1 as work begins

on upgrading the play equipment

and surface. Construction will

be ongoing from 7am to 7pm,

Monday to Saturday. The city

council said increased construction

noise may occur but it will be kept

to a minimum.

SOFTBALL TOUR

The Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton

Community Board will decide

today whether to grant $500 to

Oliver Wright, 14, from Templeton.

Oliver will travel to Sydney in

September for the under-15 international

softball academy tour.

RICCARTON BUSH GRANT

The Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton

Community Board will consider

approving a grant today of $4371

from its discretionary response

fund for the Riccarton Bush Trust’s

projector and monitor.

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them for a city council community

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recognition of significant voluntary

service. Nominations close on

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WITH MARY IN FAITH

TĀTOU KO MERE E WHAKAPONO ANA

FROM THE BOARD

History shows the heart of our school

remains strong and true through

change. Marian College was established

in 1982 with the bringing together

of two Catholic secondary schools

for girls– McKillop College and St

Mary’s College – the latter being one

of the oldest schools in Canterbury,

established in 1893.

The gospel values that Marian College

was built on continue through to today,

along with the guidance and steady

support of the Catholic Diocese of

Christchurch.

The appointment of our new Bishop and

his intention to make Marian College a

priority – signals the next new phase for

our school.

Our community is rich in experience,

knowledge, faith and diversity and

we value every contribution. The

Marian College Board extends an open

invitation to everyone who is part of

Marian College’s history - and future -

to connect with us. This includes past

and present students, immediate and

extended family, and next generations -

the young women who will lead us into

the future.

There will be opportunities to be

involved, and to have a say on what our

new school will look like.

By clicking the ‘following’ tab on the

Marian College Facebook page you

can select ‘see first’ in your newsfeed,

to ensure you receive the latest Marian

College news first.

Join us on our journey.

Jan Paterson

Marian College Board of Trustees Chair

MODEL UN

Unlike any other high school event,

the Canterbury Model UN 2018 brings

together 200 students for two days of

debate and discussion on issues affecting

society today.

Seven Year 13 Marian College students

participated recently – pictured from back

left: Katie Ryan, Jodie Worthington, Kitty

Aloysius, Izzy Bloxham (Head Girl),

Louise Daly, Rose Heslop-Brown (front)

and Bernie Simpson.

Jodie said she found the experience

extremely valuable. “Each of us was

assigned a country and spent two days

debating global issues, problem solving,

meeting 200 other students and having

heaps of fun,” Jodie said.

Canterbury Model UN 2018

Marian College participants.

PASIFIKA

CELEBRATED

Marian College supported its largest

ever performing Pasifika Group

at the sPacPac Polyfest 2018

Festival held in Burwood recently.

The Marian College Pasifika Group

also had the most students from

any one school on stage – 43

students performed – and had

the honour of closing the annual

festival.

The students performed traditional

Samoan items with their own twist

of Marian Magic. Many hours of

practice led to stunning

performances at Polyfest, the

Marian College Fia Fia night and

school assembly.

Marian College Pasifika Group

performance leader Alana Tuipulotu in

action at Polyfest 2018.

The Marian College Canterbury Under 14 winning relay team from left:

Beautienna Gamble, Lily Robertson, Maia Columbus and Manea-Faith Waaka.

ATHLETICS GOLD

Red and blue sparkled with gold at

the New Zealand Secondary Schools

Athletics Association, South Island

Secondary School Championships

held in Timaru this term. The Marian

College Under 14 relay team took out

the Canterbury and South Island title

and Year 9 student Beautienna Gamble

secured the Under 14 discus title. Track

and field athletes Louise Daly, Kate

Taylor, Manea-Faith Waaka (Ngāti

Raukawa) and Chantal MacDonald also

gained top three placings in their events.

Congratulations team!

Marian College triathletes from back

left: Chantal MacDonald, Louise Daly,

Madison van der Plas, Tessa Foraker and

Kaylee Jackson. Front: Kristen Laing

(left) and Lucianna Jackson.

TRIATHLON FIRST

A Marian College triathlon team

achieved first place in the Under 19

Female Team event at Scarborough

Beach this term. Congratulations

to Kristen Laing, Lucy Jackson and

Chantal MacDonald (Team 1) on this

fantastic result. Team 2 – Kaylee

Jackson, Maddie van der Plas and Tess

Foraker –was placed fourth in the same

category. Louise Daly also secured

fourth place in the Under 19 individual

event. The course comprised a 350

metre swim, nine kilometre bike and

three kilometre run.

IN THE COMMUNITY

Marian College has a long standing mission

to encourage young women to fulfil their

potential and contribute to the common

good of society.

Lions Clubs also place value on service

and have a long history of contributing to

communities all over the world.

Recently Deputy Head student Rachael

Nilsson was one of several young people

invited to speak at the Lions District 202E

convention, on young people’s views of

community service and how traditional

Lions Clubs can involve more young

people.

The Marian College choir also had the

honour of singing at the convention’s

rededication and remembrance service.

From left, Student Volunteer Army

representative Tim Greene, Lions Past

International President Al Brandel,

Marian College Deputy Head

Girl Rachael Nilsson and Lions

Leo representative Saskia

Lane. Photo: Donald Lamont.

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Cob cottage repairs get

green light from council

THE HISTORIC Penfold’s Cob

Cottage will be repaired.

The city council approved the

project to repair the earthquakedamaged

19th century cottage at

its meeting on Thursday.

Work will include stabilising

the remaining heritage fabric.

Some badly-damaged sections

will be encased in glass to

provide protection.

“We are moving quickly to

protect this landmark cottage

and preserve our past,” city

council head of parks Brent

Smith said.

“With this approach, we

can retain some of the

cottage’s original sod and cob

fabric and keep the site’s history

alive.”

He said it would also showcase

the simplicity and workmanship

of the early European settler

homes.

“Securing a window to the

early days of our city.”

A cob trail and stronger links

with Ferrymead Heritage Park

have also been proposed for the

cottage.

Built in 1862 by Captain James

Penfold, the cottage in Scott

Park, Ferrymead, provides a

REPAIRS: The project to restore quake-damaged Cob Cottage

has been approved by the city council.

tangible link to local history.

Captain Penfold was master

of the Excelsior, which traded

between New Zealand and

Australia until the schooner ran

aground on the Sumner Bar in

1862.

He left the sea for a working

life on the railways after helping

to bring over the first sleepers

for the construction of the

Ferrymead-Christchurch railway

line.

Following Captain Penfold’s

departure from the area,

migrants lived in the cottage

from the late 1870s until 1908.

It then fell into disrepair.

However, the original cottage

was largely rebuilt in the 1940s,

using cob.

Overseen by local resident

Ernest Parish, the rebuilding

project used a mixture of clay

and tussock or rushes. The

cottage was then handed over to

the city council “for the health,

amusement and instruction of

the public”.

Several years later, Mr Parish

again rebuilt the cottage

following a fire.

A NEW report which found

the flood risk in South New

Brighton and Southshore is

significantly lower than first

thought may halt plans to build

a wall.

City council staff will present

a report tomorrow at the

infrastructure, transport and

environment committee meeting

which will recommend

deferring work on the “bund”

wall.

The city council decided in

October to build a wall in the

area from Bridge St to the South

New Brighton jetty as a shortterm

intervention to reduce the

flood risk. The project was to be

funded from the land drainage

recovery programme.

Since then, more hydraulic

modelling has suggested the

Local

News

Now

Fire rages, homes at risk

LOW RISK: Plans to install a flood wall in South New Brighton

and Southshore may be deferred.

Low flood risk report

may block wall plan

flood risk is significantly lower

than indicated by earlier analysis.

A recent record high tide

event also resulted in no tidal

flooding on private properties

along Seafield Pl, the cul-de-sac

expected to benefit most from

the wall. The report recommends

the money allocated for

the wall should be redirected

to other work within the land

drainage recovery programme

that could reduce the risk of

flooding to homes that frequently

flood above the floor.

The report proposes city

council continue with the work

to stabilise the emergency wall

along the estuary edge in Southshore

and to extend the Avon

River stopbanks immediately

south of Bridge St.


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Now

Fire rages, homes at risk

PROGRESS: Piles for the Christchurch Yacht Club’s new boat shed have been constructed in

Moncks Bay. Below – The old building which was destroyed in the February 22, 2011, earthquake.

Boat shed rebuild could

be finished in July

• By Sarla Donovan

THERE WILL be a new boat

shed in Moncks Bay by late July.

Construction on Christchurch

Yacht Club’s new boat shed in

Moncks Bay started three weeks

ago and it expected to take four

months.

Caissons (chambers used for

underwater

construction)

for the roadside

piles have been

put into the

seabed, filled

with concrete

and had a steel

Trevor Kite

pile embedded

inside each one.

And two weeks ago, the seaward

piles were driven into the

seabed.

The roadside piles are

embedded between 1.5m and

2.5m into the boulder and mud

seabed.

The previous structure was

built on jetted wooden piles

about 0.5m deep, but the new one

has fewer steel piles disturbing

the seabed carrying greater spans

of decking.

CYC shed and boardwalk

project convener Trevor Kite said

work is expected to take four

months.

“After that stage the public

will have access to an open deck

area with two 4m wide ramps to

the seabed. When funds become

available the club will place a

boat shed onto the deck.”

The original boat shed was

demolished in June 2011, after

suffering damage in the February

22, 2011, earthquake.

Its rebuild has been complicated

by several factors, including

the Coastal Pathway.

The deck design includes a new

4m wide footpath along its full

length which will become part of

the pathway.

“The city council will connect

the pathway to this deck at each

end and the existing shingle

track then becomes available for

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

road widening or landscaping as

they see fit,” Mr Kite said.

The new $1.174 million building

is about 5m longer and 1m

wider than the previous one.

“This is to provide toilet and

changing room facilities and to

improve storage of longer boats.”

Some $240,000 in funding has

come from the city council and

$327,595 from the Coastal Pathway

project, which will contribute

to the extra costs associated

with providing for the pathway.

The remainder has come from

grants the club has raised.

“The club’s plan is for a

combined boat shed, deck and

boardwalk that has been repositioned

seaward to make room

for the 4m-wide walkway that

the Coastal Pathway Group sort,”

said Mr Kite.

Hoon Hay stroke

survivor completes

2400km cycle trek

HOON HAY’S Julie Milne is

enjoying a much-needed rest

after accomplishing her mission

– to bike the length of New

Zealand for stroke awareness.

The self-described stroke survivor

and Hillmorton Hospital

librarian said she couldn’t have

done it without her support

team.

“There were times that it

couldn’t have been easy. The

trip was uniquely

challenging but there

was always this quiet

unassuming support

that always got me

through.”

Mrs Milne (right)

began her cycle,

called Tour de Stroke,

in Bluff and finished

in Cape Reinga, six

weeks later, covering a distance

of more than 2400km.

She and her support team

wore yellow, the same colour as

the Tour de France winner.

On one of the last stretches

from Kaitaia to Waitiki Landing,

23km from the finish at Cape

Reianga, Mrs Milne encountered

heavy rain.

There were times that it

flooded the road and she had no

option but to cycle through.

“I concentrated hard as the

wake from the car tyres travelling

towards me made this

difficult but I wanted to finish,”

PEDAL

POWER:

Julie Milne

cycled all

the way to

Cape Reinga

from Bluff

for stroke

awareness.

she said. “I thought it could rain

on the West Coast but I’ve never

been in rain like that rain from

Kaitaia. Boy it can teem.”

Mrs Milne met up with her

daughter at this time and she

couldn’t believe her mother was

cycling in the conditions.

“I’ve started the next leg with

rainwater across the whole

road, my wheels spraying the

road. I had to concentrate as the

water came over my feet

as I pedalled my way

through. Never had I

done this so consistently

before. Another first.”

As a child, Mrs Milne

was told by doctors she

would have to spend her

life in an institution after

two debilitating strokes

at the age of six. One of

the strokes left her in a coma for

months.

Her parents were told she

wouldn’t be able to hold down

a job, get married or have

children.

In spite of discrimination and

challenges, she is married with

two children and has a Master’s

degree in information and

library studies.

Mrs Milne said 54 years later

she is living proof that people

who have had a stroke are still

capable of achieving and living

full lives with success and

purpose.

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Kirkwood Intermediate

School of Choice

Year 7 camp at Purau Bay

This is a great way for the children to get to know each other.

From the left: Seth, Kaitlyn, Katie, Angus, Ethan, Emma, Aria and Ben

Celebrating Kirkwood House

Captains for 2018

House Captains for Mansfield/Hillary

Ben - Ex Springston School I enjoy Kirkwood because everyone is

friendly and the learning environment is great. I would like to be a good

role model for the Year 7’s and 8’s as well as make Kirkwood enjoyable

for everyone.

Camp was a blast! We developed friendships, experienced Canadian canoeing, abseiling,

camping and enjoyed yummy food. When we were at camp, we learnt to cooperate with each

other. We had the most amazing parent helpers which we really enjoyed. We had to work things

out when things were not right and we had to listen to instructions when the parents and teacher

said so. Most of all we had fun. Manthan (Room 10)

Aria - Ex Springston School Kirkwood has a friendly environment that

embraces everyone. The school provides many opportunities and the

technology is amazing. I want to make the school a better place by

embracing everyone’s culture and to be a good role model.

House Captains for Sheppard/Freyberg

Seth - Ex Prebbleton School I enjoy the environment and the learning

at Kirkwood. I would like to motivate and support others to achieve

their goals.

Kaitlyn - Ex Lincoln Primary School I love the learning style, and how

supportive and helpful the teachers are, all the opportunities there are

and how Kirkwood will set me up for high school. This year, I want to be

able to leave something for future pupils and be able to organise events

to make school more exciting.

House Captains for Britten/Te Kanawa

Katie - Ex Clearview Primary School I love the learning style, the

great opportunities that Kirkwood provides and the friendly staff and

children that go to Kirkwood. I want to achieve my best at everything

and take up every opportunity provided.

Angus - Ex Prebbleton School I love the opportunities, chances and

the friendly people at Kirkwood. I want to meet lots of new people and

help make this year better for everyone.

House Captains for Rutherford/Batten

Ethan - Ex Oaklands School I love the fun and happy environment

that Kirkwood has. I want to do my best at everything.

Emma - Ex Prebbleton School I enjoy the different opportunities in

sporting and academic competitions as well as the open, friendly and

welcoming aura that surrounds the school. This year, I would like to

make a positive impression on the future Year 8’s and to encourage

others to achieve to the best of their abilities.

Our second day of camp at Purau Bay we did Canadian canoeing. At first the waves and the

paddles did not cooperate but we found out it is about us and the paddles. We had to work

together. The person at the front had to choose what speed we were going to go, the person in

the middle is like the engine of the canoe where they had to follow the momentum of the person

in front. The person at the back controls the direction. Everyone must always be ready to change

the direction if it is necessary. Megan (Room 10)

Open Day/Night Tuesday 3 July

The school

swimming pool

has been a great

way to cool off

this summer.

Please visit our website www.kirkwood.school.nz for information and to download

an enrolment form or ring the office on 348 7718.

Phil Tappenden, Principal

Kirkwood

INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL

260 Riccarton Road, Christchurch

Email: school.information@kirkwood.school.nz

Phone 03 348 7718 Fax 03 348 1085

www.kirkwood.school.nz


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Tuesday April 10 2018 9

News

Retaining top spot aim of chorus

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

A TOP a cappella American

coach is helping some of the

city’s best barbershop singers

win a national competition for

the 11th time.

Lea Beverley will be working

with the Christchurch City

Chorus over the next month to

help it win the Sweet Adelines

New Zealand

regional contest

in May at

Wellington.

Already the

chorus is one

of Australasia’s

highest

achieving

Lea Beverley

women’s a cappella choruses

having won the national competition

10 times in a row.

Beverley arrived in the city

last weekend and is touring the

country to teach other a cappella

singers.

“I love New Zealand . . . the

people are amazing, the country

is beautiful and the singers

throughout the country are so

devoted to getting better,” Beverley

said.

She said she will be mostly

working on helping the chorus

to sing “with a lot of emotion.”

“I work on the technical elements

like singing the vowels

properly . . . consonants and

singing all the words together,”

she said.

As part of its preparations

for the competition, the chorus

will present concert A Cappella

Champions On Show at St Margaret’s

College later this month

to preview its competition package.

The show will be hosted by

Beverley.

The chorus performed the

show to finish fifth in the 2016

Sweet Adelines International

Chorus Competition in Las

Vegas.

“We want to be first one day

but we are slowly creeping

up,” musical director Virginia

Humphrey-Taylor said.

She said the chorus got Beverley

to help train the new people

joining.

“New people are always joining

the group . . . we want to

make sure everybody is trained.

We always have new music we

have to sing at a high level,” she

said.

The chorus is hoping to win in

Wellington so it can take part in

the international competition in

New Orleans next year.

Humphrey-Taylor said the

chorus will be taking on more

“show music” this year performing

songs including Elton John’s

Can You Feel the Love Tonight

and Vera Lynn’s A Nightingale

FULL VOICE:

Virginia

Humphrey-

Taylor

performing

with the

Christchurch

City Chorus.

Sang In Berkeley Square.

Beverley first came to New

Zealand to teach in 2009 and

has since judged the regional

competition three times.

She is classically trained as a

pianist, but joined Sweet Adelines

22 years ago.

Three of the choruses she runs

have won nine regional competitions

and placed in the top 10 in

the international competition

six times. The Christchurch City

Chorus will perform A Cappella

Champions On Show at the

Charles Luney Auditorium, St

Margaret’s College on April 21.

•To book tickets go to

www.ccchorus.co.nz or

phone 021976572

Local

News

Now

Fire rages, homes at risk

New bid to

fix car park

potholes

• By Sophie Cornish

WORKSAFE NEW Zealand

has been approached in a bid to

finally repair the potholes in New

Brighton’s Hawke St car park.

Coastal-Burwood Ward city

councillor David East wants

WorkSafe to pressure the car

park’s private owners into

repairing the potholes which are a

“trip and vehicle” hazard.

WorkSafe chief inspector

assessments southern Darren

Handforth said it may be able to

take action under the Health and

Safety at Work Act 2015.

Mr Handforth said WorkSafe is

aware of the concerns raised by Cr

East about the car park.

Different parts of the car park

are owned by various people

and the Coastal-Burwood

Community Board recently wrote

to them about its concerns around

health and safety.

Cr East said the biggest issue

in the past has been getting in

touch with the landlords and

owners and getting them to agree

to anything. One reply has been

received so far from an owner

who is willing to discuss the issue.

All the owners would have to

agree to undertake any work.

Frocks, Feathers & Fabrication

John Emery’s latest exhibition at Little River Gallery

Although born and raised in the American Midwest,

John Emery has spent the past twenty-five years shuttling

back and forth between Dayton, Ohio and Burkes Pass,

New Zealand, where he established a second home and

studio in 2000.

“It is not just the object, but also its history--its

veritable shadow-- that I set out to record in my work.

It is the fragmented story that haunts me. Memories,

symbolism, physical similarities, all play a part in creating

the “fabrication”. Objects are often from a bygone era, or

worn with repeated use,

reflecting time’s passage.

At times they are literally

in pieces: the shattered

porcelain, the cast-off

sardine tin, a bird feather,

or watching the flight of a

fantail. In reclaiming them

for my own tromp l’oiel

still life constructions, I

conjure them into a new

world. Like life itself,

each work resonates with

both the story and history

associated with some

objects, and the imagined

potential of others.

My painting process typically begins with a solitary

object, a toy bear, or a Victorian hunting dress. A visual

narrative is then constructed in the same way that I

fabricated stories about the neglected objects found in

my grandparents’ long forgotten trunks. As with all my

works, some elements become three-dimensional as I

form them from paper, the most versatile material I know”

John Emery.

Time flies over us, but

leaves its shadow behind.

--Nathaniel Hawthorne

Christchurch City Council

Strengthening

Communities Funding

If your organisation needs funding to make things

happen in your community applications are now

open for the Strengthening Communities Fund.

Applications are invited from not-for profit

community groups who contribute to community well

being in the areas of community, social, recreation,

sports, arts, environment or heritage.

Applications are accepted from Tuesday 3 April until

midnight Tuesday 8 May 2018.

Frocks, Feathers & Fabrications

John Emery

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News

Now

Fire rages, homes at risk

Weed could jeopardise

children’s fishing event

FAST FORWARD: Cathedral Grammar pupils buried a time

capsule to be opened in 2081. ​

Pupils bury time capsule

in Victoria Square

PUPILS HAVE buried a time

capsule in Victoria Square to

mark the end of its multi-million

dollar restoration.

The capsule was put together

by seven and eight-year-old pupils

from The Cathedral Grammar

School and will be opened

for the school’s bicentenary in

May 2081.

“These young people spend a

lot of time in an ever-changing

central city so we hope this time

capsule helps them develop a

connection to Victoria Square,

as a place that will be the same

for a long time,” said Ōtākaro

Ltd chief executive Albert

Brantley.

Teacher Clare Erasmus said

the children were thoroughly

excited to be involved in developing

the time capsule.

“They decided to include

items that were popular and

relevant in their lives now. They

wrote stories about themselves

and how life is for them in this

day and age. A time capsule is

something children usually read

about. To be a part of such an

auspicious moment has been a

wonderful memory for them to

create,” she says.

Fellow teacher Brigid Ladley

said a toy owl – a class mascot –

and a cellphone are among the

items students chose to put in

the time capsule.

“The class had to repeatedly

freeze items to reduce the

bacteria before they went in

the capsule. It was a fascinating

process for the students,” Ms

Ladley said.

Mr Brantley said items related

to the restoration of Victoria

Square have also been included

in the time capsule.

“Photos of the restoration

work and the people who carried

it out have been printed on special

archival paper and put in the

time capsule. We hope whoever

opens the time capsule will be

able to appreciate how important

this space was in Christchurch’s

regeneration.’’

THE ANNUAL Take A Kid

fishing day at The Groynes could

be in jeopardy if the lakes it uses

are not cleaned up.

Organiser Kids Fishing

Charitable Trust approached the

Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood

Community Board with concerns

the huge amount of weed

was enough to cancel this year’s

event.

Board member Aaron Campbell

said: “We need to get this

fixed . . . it’s a real possibility it

may not go ahead.”

City council staff are investigating

options for cleaning up

the weed, said head of parks

Brent Smith.

Approaching Canterbury University’s

Student Volunteer Army

about the possibility of a joint

project is one option.

Mr Campbell said the trust

had organised a working party

and spent more than 30 hours

trying to clear the lake with

manpower. But it was going to

take more than that.

“The option of having one of

the weed remover barges from

the Avon, Heathcote or out at the

Styx was discussed,” he said.

Mr Campbell said weed was an

issue in lakes and rivers city-wide

due to the hot, wet summer.

Previously the The Isaac

WEED PROBLEM: Last year Freya Askew caught a 4kg salmon

during the Take a Kid Fishing day at The Groynes but the event

may not be able to go ahead this year due to weed in the lakes.

PHOTO: AARON CAMPBELL ​

Conservation and Wildlife Trust

has donated hundreds of salmon

which are released into the lake

for the event.

Volunteers show the children

how to catch a salmon and how

to clean it and prepare it for

cooking.

Mr Campbell said at last year’s

event when a fish was caught,

three times as much weed was

also on each line.

“It would be a real shame.

About five or six thousand kids

could be affected. We don’t want

to lose it.”

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City surfers fare well at South Island champs

SURFERS from around

Christchurch claimed titles

at the recent Emerson’s South

Island championships at St Clair,

Dunedin.

In the longboard division,

Hugh Ritchie beat New Zealand

teammate Zen Wallis to claim

the title with a score of 13.8 in

the final. The

longboarders

opted to surf the

point with solid

2m left-handers

working nicely.

There were also

victories for grom

Estella

Hungerford

step-sisters Estella

Hungerford and

Ava Henderson.

Hungerford followed up her

victory in the under-16 girls

division at the New Brighton

Duke Festival of Surfing last

month by winning the under-16

girls division in Dunedin.

The final was dominated for a

time by Mt Maunganui’s Anna

Brock. However, Hungerford

came from behind in the dying

minutes to take the lead and

ultimately the win. The 16-yearold

also finished third in the

open women’s division final.

Henderson, 12, who won the

under-14 girls division at the

Duke Festival backed up again in

Dunedin.

She stepped up in some ugly

surf to win the final with a score

of 13.9 ahead of Liv Haysom, of

Piha. Henderson also finished

SPORTS

fourth in the under-16 division.

The stand-up paddleboarding

men put on a show of

outstanding surfing in ugly

backwash with Redcliffs resident

Al Te Moananui taking out

the title over Mt Maunganui’s

Mark Stevenson. Lucy Te

Moananui competed in the over-

30 women’s division in which she

finished third. The open women’s

title was won by 16-year-old

Tegen Bishop, who claimed her

first open division event in the

process.

She also claimed the under-18

title.

The open men’s division final

was closely contested over 25min

in solid surf.

Zen Wallis narrowly took the

victory over Piha’s Elliot Paerata

Reid.

Christchurch surfer Sam

Sands was third in the final

ahead of Sumner surfer Harrison

Whiteside in fourth.

The three-day event was hosted

by South Coast Boardriders and

was dual sanctioned by Surfing

New Zealand and the South

Island Surfing Association.

Many of the competitors

will now turn their attention

to the men’s Canterbury

championships which takes place

from April 21-23.

SOUTHERN VIEW

YOUNGSTER: Estella Hungerford

continued her strong run this year

with a victory in the under-16

girl’s division.

GNARLY: Hugh Ritchie took out

the men’s longboard title, beating

fellow New Zealand rep Zen

Wallis in the final.

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Kerrs Reach canoe club marks 50 years

• By Sophie Cornish

NEW ZEALAND’S largest canoe

club, located at Kerrs Reach, has

celebrated its 50th anniversary.

The Arawa Canoe Club became

official in 1968 and now has 550

registered members.

A recent anniversary celebration

was held which involved a

dinner and three canoe events.

One included a multi-sport

race in the red zone, a social

paddle down the Avon River and

a mini-sprint regatta at Kerrs

Reach.

The dinner was attended by all

seven of the club’s life members,

15 of the 20 past presidents and

club founder Rex Page, along

with three other founding members.

Two guest speakers were at the

ANNIVERSARY: Members

Clyde Cook (left), Brett Leask

and Malcolm Yorston helped

celebrate Arawa Canoe

Club’s 50th anniversary,

which included a race

between the young club

members.

event, including Canoe Racing

New Zealand chief executive and

Olympic gold medallist, Tom

Ashley, and nine-time Coast-to-

Coast winner and former club

member, Steve Gurney.

“Both spoke about their personal

athletic careers and insights

into what it takes to achieve significant

goals and be successful

at sport and in life,” said club life

member Brett Leask.

Three new life members were

inducted during the celebrations

– club secretary Bruce Johnston,

Lloyd Bathurst and Eric Leask.

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Cashmere juniors pipped

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• By Gordon Findlater

CASHMERE CAME within two

matches of winning in their second

annual 12 and under fixture against

Elmwood at Wilding Park on Sunday.

The tie consisted of 32 matches over

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The clubs’ split results across all 16

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“I know Sam [Keenan] was happy

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Wednesday, 6-7pm

The focus of the club is to get

over the stress of the first part

of the week and have a positive

outlook for the rest. The event

aims to release endorphins and

help you relax and lower stress

levels.

There is no comedy, stand-up

or jokes at this session. Instead,

you are encouraged to make

yourself laugh at nothing at all

for the purpose of relaxing.

St Marks Methodist Church,

cnr Barrington and Somerfield

Sts. Entry $2

Creative Writing

Wednesday, 4-5.45pm

Group leader Jennifer works

with group members to craft,

create and develop their own

work. Bring some pens or pencils

(even a laptop), paper, and any

of your wonderful ideas, stories,

or art. Talk to any of the friendly

Linwood Library team for more

information. Suitable for adults

and teens. No charge.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre

South Library Book

Discussion Group

Wednesday, 10-11pm

For those who love reading

and want to share in discussion

with other friendly book

lovers. Subscribes to the Book

Discussion Scheme so there is a

cost involved. Places are limited

so phone or email to inquire

about availability and cost.

South Library, 66 Colombo St

Pubs of the past: The

archaeology of Victorian

Christchurch hotels

Wednesday, 9am-7pm

Come on down to the South

Library in Beckenham until

April 29 to see the artefacts used

by guests and proprietors alike in

a 19th century hotel.

South Library, 66 Colombo St

Murder in the Library takes place on Wednesday from 6.30-8pm. The Ngaio

Marsh Awards, in association with the New Zealand Book Council and city

libraries, invite book lovers to an event featuring four talented Canterbury

authors. Crime writing has evolved from the puzzle-like mysteries of Agatha

Christie and Christchurch’s own Dame Ngaio Marsh to modern novels that

delve into people, places, and psychology. This is a free event but bookings are

required and spaces are limited. RSVP to LibraryEvents@ccc.govt.nz. Sydenham

Room, South Library, 66 Colombo St.

Rummikub Club

Thursday, 10am-noon

Go and join in a game

of rummikub, a tile-based

game for two to four players,

combines elements of the card

game rummy and mahjong. No

charge.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre

Game Zone @ Linwood

Library

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

Play great favourites like

minecraft, charades, connect

four, pictionary and more.

Learn and develop strategies

in new games such as dutch

blitz, heads up, hand and foot,

and group games. Bring your

friends or meet some new

ones; all children aged eight

to 13 welcome. No booking or

payment required. During term

time only.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre

Beckenham Exercise Class

Friday, 9.30-10.30am

Designed for people

living with long-term health

conditions. Classes generally

occur weekly other than on

public holidays. Phone 0800 663

463 to register.

St Marks Methodist Church,

cnr Barrington and Somerfield

Sts

Scrabble Club

Friday, 10.30am-noon

Go along to the Scrabble

Club every Friday. No obligation,

just go along when you can

and join the friendly group.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre

Spreydon Social Games Club

Saturday, 10am-noon

Join a friendly game or two of

upwords, scrabble, cards, chess,

mahjong and more.

Spreydon Library, 266

Barrington St

Opawa Farmers’ Market

Sunday, 9am-noon

Go along to the Opawa

Farmers’ Market for organic

and delicious produce from

local growers. From artisan

bread and French pastries to

fresh berries and local cheeses,

there will be something for

everyone.

275 Fifield Tce, Opawa

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HEALTH & AWARENESS

Hip pain: Do I have arthritis or

could it be mainly my muscles?

The team at Physical Sense in Sydenham

sees clients with a range of symptoms but

many of their middle-aged and senior

clients visit complaining of pain in one or

both hips.

Physiotherapist Ietje van Stolk suggests

that a major part of the pain could be due

to muscle pain rather than simply arthritis.

“Even if an x-ray shows arthritis, the reason

for the pain may be the muscles around

the joint,” she explains. Alternatively, a

back muscle could also be the cause, as

shown in the image.

Ietje recalls one case where an 89 year

old client with severe arthritis who walked

with a stick, told her, “I will end up in

a wheelchair, I cannot put any weight

through my right leg due to pain in my hip

and buttock”. “Within 4 treatments, she

was walking with her stick but without the

severe pain,” says Ietje. “The arthritis was

one of the factors that made her muscles

spasm but the other was that older people

move less and the flexed position the hip

is in when we sit is particularly bad for

the hip.” Ietje is happy with the fact that

although the client was 89 and could have

been “given up on” or told to live with the

pain, she made a difference to her health

Hip muscle that causes hip pain

(the crosses are the areas of the muscle spasms, the red areas is where the pain is felt)

and wellbeing.

At Physical Sense, hands-on techniques

(massage and triggerpoint deactivation

techniques) are used to release the muscles.

The client also gets a home exercise

program designed to mobilize and stretch

the hip, strengthen the important core

muscles and increase general strength and

balance. They teach a movement sequence

that stretches the hip in all directions

whilst the client is able to lie safely on their

bed, perfect for older or less mobile clients.

In many cases having the muscles

released and being taught how to maintain

it, is enough to stay on top of the problem.

If severe arthritis is the underlying cause,

some maintenance therapy may be

necessary, but that is often more affordable

and, for older patients, better tolerated than

surgery. In very few treatments the client

Back hip muscle that causes hip pain

will know if it is going to work for them or

not, without financial commitment.

Physical Sense Gym & Physio is located

at 300 Colombo Street, Sydenham.

There is a bus stop in front of the door

and there is ample parking. To enquire

about specialised exercise classes or

physiotherapy treatment, phone 377-2577

or visit www.triggerpoints.co.nz.

Physical Sense Gym and Physio is located at 300 Colombo Street, Sydenham. The Blue Line Bus stops in front of the door and there is ample

parking. To enquire about specialised exercise classes or physiotherapy treatment, phone 377-2577 or visit www.triggerpoints.co.nz

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REAL ESTATE

So close to the city - a lifestyle awaits

393 Dawsons Road, Templeton, West Melton

Price by Negotiation

4 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | 1 kitchen | 1 dining area | 3 living areas |

Heated swimming pool | 4 car garaging | Listing ID: SMT10213

With shorter evenings heralding in the

change of seasons, and change is always

good, our Vendors have determined that

now is the time to offer their beautiful

lifestyle property for a definite sale to a

discerning and deserving buyer.

Just a short trip to the City, you will

find this tranquil oasis that has been

thoughtfully crafted over the last 40+ years.

To fully appreciate all that is on offer,

viewing is highly recommended. Here you

will find extensions over the years have

resulted in a substantial home that includes

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the master suite with W.I.R. serviced by

a decadent tiled bathroom with sunken

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living areas and can be closed off for

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is modern, bright and spacious and boasts

a newly installed gas hob + double ovens.

Access to here is via the double internal

access garaging with new door with auto

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separate fenced paddocks with troughs,

well sited sheds that includes 2 loose boxes,

2 open bays, double garage and attached

workshop + shelter plantings around the

main living zones. A new water tank holds

the bore well water and this property has

irrigation rights, what a fantastic attribute

not common in most lifestyle blocks these

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- West Melton Primary (bus stop nearby)

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Weka Pass Railway

Waipara, North Canterbury

We are RUNNING

SUNDAY 15th April

Running 1st & 3rd

Sunday of every month

Phone 0800wekapass

Depart Glenmark Station

11.30am & 2.00pm

www.wekapassrailway.co.nz

Flatmates

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bus. Broadband option.

$160 pw. Ph 384 9120 or

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SOUTHERN VIEW

Classifieds Contact us today Phone our local team 03 379 1100

Gardening

& Supplies

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tree pruning, Lawns,

consistently

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upkeep, Dip. Hort. 10

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service. Nick’s Property

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Free Quote. Ph. 942-4440

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makeovers, design and

landscaping, for free

quotes call Bryce 027 688-

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LAWNMOWING &

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Mowing, hedges,

guttercleaning,

waterblasting, green

waste & rubbish removal.

Regular maintenance or

one off garden tidy. Free

quote. Call Pete Atomic

Lawn & Garden Services

021 086 15512

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Newsprint, White Gloss

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Great for Packing, Pattern Making,

Drawing Paper

NOW AVAILABLE FROM

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or Phone Martin 0276 942 007

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Pets & Supplies

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LIA Resort, Ocean Views, $52 med, experienced

Balconies, Self Contained,

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Weka Pass Railway

Waipara, North Canterbury

We are RUNNING

SUNDAY 15th April

Running 1st & 3rd

Sunday of every month

Phone 0800wekapass

Depart Glenmark Station

11.30am & 2.00pm

www.wekapassrailway.co.nz

Holiday

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Trades & Services

Enjoy outdoor living all year round

• House, deck, carport & window canopy etc

• Warm & dry in winter

• UV protection for summer

• Customised & Tailored

• Café curtains fitted

• 5 year warranty

ARCHGOLA

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Managing Director

P 0274 933 529

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PAINTER

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Trades & Services

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PAINTING

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Exterior staining,

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moss and mould

treatment and

waterblasting

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027 561 4629

HOUSE

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Trades & Services

• Commercial Carpet Cleaning

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LBP, all property and

building maintenance,

repairs, bathroom/shower

installations, with free

quotes 03 383 1927 or 027

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BRICKLAyER

George Lockyer. Over

35 years bricklaying

experience. UK trained.

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Practitioner number

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stonework a speciality. No

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Cell 027 684 4046, email

georgelockyer@xtra.co.nz

Ph 377 0034

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From new builds to small home alterations, we

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pc & phone repairs

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Trades & Services Trades & Services

BUILDER LICENSED SPOUTING CLEANING

available for all aspects Spouting Unblocked,

of building. Please call

027 241-7471 or 335-0265

Cleaned Out and Flushed

Out. Also Full Handyman

Services Available. Call

Trevor 332 8949 or 021

043 2034

STONEMASON

BUILDER

For all building work

but specialist in bathroom

renovations, 30 yrs

experience, with service

and integrity. Free Quotes.

Ph Lachlan 383-1723 or

0274 367-067.

CARPET & VINyL

Laying. Repairs, uplifting,

relaying, restretching,

Email jflattery@xtra.co.nz

ph 0800 003 181 or 027

2407416

PAINTER AVAILABLE

All aspects in painting.

Very competitive in roofs

and fences. Please call 027

241-7471 or 335-0265

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Canterbury Ph Wayne 03

385-4348 or 027 274 3541

PAINTING

& Decorating Wingfields

Contracting, all interior

& exterior painting & all

forms of interior plastering

& jib fixing, ph Mark 021

171-1586 or 355-5994

PLASTERER

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job specialty. 30 + years

experience. Ring 0800

387-369

PLUMBER

ALF THORPE

PLUMBING Certifying

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plumbing, maintenance,

spouting, alterations etc.

Phone 352-7402 or 0274-

350-231

BRICK

&

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Oamaru stone, Schist,

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Quality Workmanship,

visit www.featureworks.

co.nz or ph 027 601-3145

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too small. Ph Ross 027

4311440.

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stereos, DVD. Aerial

installations and kitsets,

480 Moorhouse Ave, ph 03

379 1400

UPHOLSTERER

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suites, Caravan Squabs

etc. recovered. Free

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383-1448

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ph 03 338-1655

WINDOW CLEANING

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inside or out $40. Both

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2170

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Tuesday April 10 2018 23

What’s On

Entertainment

To advertise, contact

Jo Fuller 027 458 8590

jo.fuller@starmedia.kiwi

IRELAND'S MOST FAMOUS

SINGING DUO IS BACK

LEGENDARY Irish folk music duo,

Foster & Allen, return to New Zealand

this month with one Christchurch show

at the Isaac eatre Royal later this

month.

Mick Foster & Tony Allen formed

their duo Foster & Allen in 1975 and for

three years they toured cabaret venues

in Ireland and the UK.

eir big break-through came in

1978 when they released the single “A

Bunch of yme” in Ireland. e song

stayed in the Irish Charts for an

unbelievable 53 weeks. It was released

in the UK in 1982 and soared up the

pop charts, becoming their rst topselling

#1 single. eir next release “Old

Flames” also made its way into the UK

charts, along with their mega-hit single

“Maggie”.

Today, Foster & Allen has achieved

album and video sales in excess of 20

million worldwide. ey have released

30 charting albums over a 30-year

career - the only act in the world to

achieve this.

To coincide with their national tour

of New Zealand, Foster & Allen has

released two new albums. “Gold &

Silver Days” features all new material

and “Aer All ese Years” is specially

released for Mother's Day.

On this tour Foster & Allen will be

accompanied by Moyra Fraser on

keyboards; Ollie Kennedy on bass

guitar; and Bryan Megahey on lead

guitar.

Foster & Allen play the Isaac eatre

Royal on ursday 26th April. 7pm

start. Tickets on sale now at Ticketek.

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While stocks last at FreshChoice Barrington only. We reserve the right to limit quantities.

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