Bay Harbour: August 08, 2018

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• By Sarla Donovan

CONCEPT DESIGNS for

Redcliffs School have received

positive feedback from parents

and staff.

Preliminary drawings were revealed

last week at two meetings,

one for Redcliffs Park neighbours

organised by the Ministry of Education,

and one organised for the

wider community by the school.

At the first

meeting,

architect Hugh

Tennent and

MoE lead case

manager David

Hobern spoke

Darren Fidler

to park neighbours

about

work that had

been done to mitigate the impact

on neighbours' views.

The drawings show the school

buildings tucked into higher

ground on the south-west corner

of the site next to Main Rd, with

car parking further along towards

Beachville Rd.

Friends of Redcliffs Park

spokesman Chris Doudney

said he wasn't surprised they had

STYLE: A preliminary drawing of the Main Rd entrance to the new Redcliffs School

built on that section as it was

“above flood level” on higher

ground.

Asked if the designs showed the

ministry was trying to mitigate

the effects on neighbours, Mr

Doudney said: “I think they have

a good architect.’’

He said he wasn't against the

school being built there.

“If it wasn’t a park and if the

school didn’t have a better

place I would welcome a school

in that location; I’m not antischool,

I'm just anti taking our

park when the ministry has never

given a reasonable reason for

abandoning the school – ever.

And that’s the key issue.’’

Friends of Redcliffs Park have

sent a 200-signature petition to

Parliament in a last-ditch bid to

return the school to its former

Main Rd site. The petition will be

considered by the Education and

Workforce Select Committee this

month.

Board of trustees chairman

Darren Fidler said were “a lot

of emotions in the room,’’ at

the meeting for neighbours but

he thought the opportunity to

hear from the architect and the

ministry had been well received.

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THAT IS a fairly impressive looking

building on page 1 today – the preliminary

Redcliffs School design.

It is modern, will fit in to the overall area

and, if you look at page 7, it doesn’t appear

that it will dominate the park space.

And that means room for others.

Two meetings have been held with the community – one for

park neighbours, many of whom have been trying to stop the

relocation of the school there. The second with school staff and

parents.

Needless to say staff and parents are happy with the design.

I suspect this will be a good fit for all.

And another stoush is brewing in Lyttelton, this one over the

squash courts which could be closed (page 3).

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Squash courts under threat

• By Sarla Donovan

SQUASH COURTS at the

Lyttelton Recreation Centre may

be closed and replaced with a

gym after a survey showed they

weren’t getting much use.

But the proposal from nonprofit

organisation Project Lyttelton

is getting some heat from

residents.

And the city council now says

it wants to speak to existing

users of the

courts before

they make a

decision.

Banks

Peninsula

Community

Board deputy

chairman Jed

Margaret

Jefferies

O’Donoghue

said he wasn’t

aware of the

proposal until seeing a Facebook

post about it on Friday.

“As far as I know it has not

been to the board,” he told the

Bay Harbour News.

The city council this year

tasked Project Lyttelton with

revitalising the centre, which

has struggled since reopening in

2016 after a five-year closure.

Project Lyttelton chairwoman

Margaret Jefferies said they had

surveyed about 130 people to

find how they used the centre

currently and what they wanted

to see more of.

The results indicated there was

“hardly anyone” using the squash

courts who registered, she said.

“We discovered later that some

people were using it unofficially

so we had no record of that. If

you don’t register you don’t have

a voice. People were getting in

and playing for nothing really

. . . we’re just balancing what’s

there with what the demand was

and the demand for squash was

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OUTCRY: A proposal to close the squash courts at Lyttelton

Recreation Centre is coming under fire. ​

very low,” said Ms Jefferies.

She said they had publicised

the survey widely online and

had also spoken to people in the

community.

City council head of community

support, governance and

partnership John Filsell said a

closure date had yet to be confirmed.

The city council would

take the views of existing users

into consideration.

“Council staff have communicated

with the individuals who

use the squash court but at this

point in time not everybody has

been reached,” he said.

Mr Filsell said the squash

court was currently booked

“on average three to four times

a week. Over the next two

months, there are currently

seven bookings.”

Some players are angry they

weren’t consulted and didn’t

know of the proposal.

James Sinclair lives and works

in Lyttelton.

He said he used the squash

courts every week but hadn’t

been approached for feedback.

“It really is terrible communication

with the community.

If Project Lyttelton has ‘put forward

numerous efforts to engage

people to give their input’ how

come I haven’t seen or heard any

until now?”

He said 130 was a small survey

at the best of times, “let alone

when they’re taking away a

purpose-built facility.”

Andy Dopleach said it will

mean no more squash playing

for most people in the township

as the ability to walk down, play

and then go to a bar/cafe afterwards

was “big draw” and kept

the game social and fun.

The nearest city council

owned squash courts are in

Sockburn.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

FIRES LIT AT SCHOOL

Diamond Harbour School was

vandalised over the weekend.

Two fires were lit, many plants

pulled out and soil was strewn

over several areas. Principal Jill

Pears said it was disappointing

to see the damage, which was

reported to school staff on

Saturday. Police visited the

school on Monday. Ms Pears

said they had not been able to

gather any data from CCTV

cameras at the school. Caretaker

Rob Stent is asking for anyone

who witnessed any suspicious

behaviour to let the school know

by phoning 329 4842

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The city council has opened

submissions on changes to the

Freedom Camping Bylaw for

Akaroa. It has proposed a ban

on freedom camping within

the township, except for the

existing freedom camping area

on Rue Brittan. Campers in selfcontained

vehicles would be able

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but there will be a ‘one vehicle

per marked space’ to prevent

overcrowding. There would also

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a difference in the lives of those

diagnosed with Tourette’s

syndrome – and a $10,000 cheque

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Tourette’s is a condition characterised

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Five years ago, Ms Twemlow’s

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tics are welcomed.

At Blackwells City Mazda last

week Ms Twemlow was presented

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ON FRIDAY, pupils from

Redcliffs School visited their

new school site to see an

archaeological dig up close.

Stone tools, cooking ovens

and animal bones have been

found at the park, which is of

particular archaeological interest

as it is the site of some of the

earliest known occupation of

the South Island by early Maori.

Six archaeologists are into

their second week of excavation,

and are likely to be on site for

another two.

Project archaeologist Tristan

Wadsworth said they had

uncovered a “cultural layer”

associated with a very early

Maori village, including stone

tools used for butchery and

woodworking, and a number

of hangi/ovens containing seal,

dog, moa and other bird bone.

“Once we’ve analysed the the

material, there’ll be a discussion

between Heritage New Zealand

Pouhere Taonga and the appropriate

runanga as to its ultimate

custody,” said Mr Wadsworth.

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Fossils unearthed at new Redcliffs

TEACHING: Project

archaeologist Tristan

Wadsworth talks to pupils

about the excavation and

what they are finding.

Fire rages, homes at risk

BIG BIRD: Redcliffs School

pupils examine a fossilised

moa bone.

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LOCATION: The school buildings sit on elevated ground.

Designs released for

new Redcliffs School

•From page 1

He said the school

was very happy with the

designs which “delivered

perfectly” on their

education brief – the

blueprint for the style

of education the school

wanted to provide.

The connection from

Moa Bone cave through to

the water was important

and that was reflected in

the ‘spine’ of the school

running from the cave to

the water, said Dr Fidler.

“We’ve also tried to

keep the buildings up on

the higher level so we’re

not encroaching on the

park and also angle them

towards the city to be

sensitive to the views of the

park’s neighbours.”

And the buildings are

configured to provide

shelter from easterly

winds.

Internally, the spaces

would be configured to

allow for co-teaching “but

with plenty of breakout

and quiet spaces.”

Dr Fidler said parents

and teachers from Redcliffs

School had visited other

schools around the country

to gather ideas and Tai

Tapu was one they really

liked.

“Because of the different

nature of the topography

there it won’t look like Tai

Tapu School (outside) but

a lot of the things with

regards to the layout of the

spaces, how the teachers

work together and the scale

of the spaces will be very

similar.”

It was likely there would

be minor alterations to the

final design over the next

few months, he said, with

construction expected to

begin towards the end of

the year and a completion

date at the end of 2019.

The new school will accommodate

a roll of 300.

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New arena on cards for Wonky Donkey

Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Sarla Donovan

NOT MANY people know that

Sumner has a riding school

tucked away at the bottom of

Evans Pass.

And few would have heard that

it is home to a real-life ‘Wonky

Donkey’, aka Tilly.

Sumner Valley Riding School

owner Lisa Hadfield has leased

2.4ha of the city-council-owned

Sumnervale Reserve for the past

35 years, providing communitybased

services for children,

teenagers and adults.

She takes pre-schoolers for

walks on Tilly, hosts children’s

parties, and trains young riders

to compete in events like the

Springston Trophy.

She’s now teaching her fourth

generation of riders.

But to continue safely

providing services all year

round, Ms Hadfield needs an allweather

dressage arena.

The arena would provide a

surface that protects the horses

and ponies and their riders.

“Instead of riding on a muddy

or too hard paddock, you are

on a surface that will protect

the horses’ legs. In the summer,

the ground gets very hard like

concrete and that jars their legs

and causes tendon problems, and

in the winter, the ground is so

heavy that you mess it up – it’s

slippery and dangerous and you

can do tendon damage as well,”

Ms Hadfield said.

She’s hoping to get an allweather

dressage arena installed

by the end of the year and has

the full support of Labour MP

Ruth Dyson. They met this week

to talk possible fundraising

opportunities.

Said Ms Dyson: “The facility is

really in need of improvements

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Lisa

Hadfield

adjusts

Tilly’s halter

before

taking

Noah for

a ride with

mum Gieve

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for support.

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Donkey.

to the buildings and the main

riding area. This would provide

an all year, usable terrain, which

it currently doesn’t have and

obviously this would be of huge

benefit to the young people who

want to ride their horses all year

round.” The school was a small

one in an “absolutely beautiful

area” and was a strong part of

the Sumner community, Ms

Dyson said.

The riding school is non-profit

and Ms Hadfield supplements

her income with two part-time

jobs. A new arena will cost

thousands.

“If we get the physical

help we’re okay,” Ms Hadfield

said.

“I reckon we can hire the

machinery and . . . to put a

surface down will be between

$10,000 and $20,000.”

While it is still in the early

stages, Ms Dyson said she has “a

few leads to chase up” but hoped

to be able to help turn the project

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• By Sarla Donovan

AN APP is being used

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fish completing their life

cycles.

Environment Canterbury,

the city council and

Department of Conservation

have been trialling

the app created by the

National Institute of

Water and Atmospheric

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with obstacles to fish

migration.

For two weeks in

November and December

last year, Canterbury

University student Megan

Brown walked over

parts of Banks Peninsula

considered data-deficient

– meaning there isn’t a

lot of information about

streams in the areas.

They included Port

Levy, Okains Bay,

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Kaik and Lake Forsyth.

Ms Brown recorded 59

potential barriers (mainly

culverts) for fish across

these areas and identified

two sites as being in need

of remediation to remove

barriers – Narbey Stream

STUDY: Ōtānerito Bay was part of a trial to identify

streams with potential barriers to migrating fish.

Tributary in Otanerito

Bay and an unnamed

stream on Port Levy/

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catchment.

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fish cannot swim, climb,

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from completing their life

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After visiting the areas

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Ms Brown entered the

data into the NIWA app.

Information such as

drop height, overhang

length, water velocity

and culvert length were

recorded to inform a

determination of the fish

species that would be

preventing from passing

by the structure.

The information was

used to identify the two

worst-affected sites.

Biodiversity funding

from the Banks Peninsula

Water Zone Committee

may be used to complete

remediation work on the

sites.

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Your Local Views

New president takes the

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Lyttelton Rotary

recently held its

changeover night

at Super restaurant

in Lyttelton, where

outgoing shared role

presidents Donna

Heenan and Robyn

Struthers handed new

president Brian Reeve

the “chain” of office

A GOOD night was

enjoyed by all who

attended the changeover,

including area

representatives from

Rotary in Canterbury.

Robyn Struthers

was presented with a

Rotary sapphire pin for

service to the Lyttelton

community over recent

years, especially during

the earthquakes. She

was just one of the club

members who supported

the community during

this time, but it was an

unexpected surprise to her

to receive the accolade.

The club is in good heart

and looks forward to some

exciting projects that it

aims to embark on in the

coming months with new

president Brian Reeve at

the helm.

The focus with a new

president is to try and

encourage growth in the

club, plus more activities

within the Lyttelton

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

Harbour Basin as Mr

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If you would like to be

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At the end of last month,

the club began with a

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Fire rages, homes at risk

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The annual Sumner Art Society’s

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The long-standing group of artists

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This year members of the group

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Painter Kilmeny Keyse said the

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News

Local

News

Now

Fire rages, homes at risk

Discover the new CBD by walking

#ExploreChristchurch

is a campaign to get

Cantabrians to visit their

own central city. Julia

Evans reports

GETTING Christchurch people

to tour their own central city is

the latest key campaign in a bid

to see the CBD come back to life.

People sitting in the winter

sun, eating lunch and talking

with friends on The Terrace.

A group out browsing through

shops in winding lanes of The

Crossing for a new pair of boots

or coat, missing from their

wardrobes.

Couples stopping off for a

mulled wine at Smash Palace

before heading to Alice Cinemas

to watch Whitney.

That’s the vision for the

central city in depths of winter.

However, this year’s cold, wet

season has often left the CBD

without people and businesses

struggling.

But the recently launched

#ExploreChristchurch campaign

aims to change that and get people,

buzz and activity back into

the heart of the city.

Bright red flags with “Explore”

on them line the streets to promote

the initiative.

ChristchurchNZ general

manager marketing, brand and

communications Tim Loftus

said the campaign was launched

in response to requests from

local businesses to help stimulate

economic activity within the

CBD.

“The #ExploreChristchurch

campaign is part of our strategy

to profile Christchurch globally,

by starting at home,” Mr Loftus

said.

“Winter can be a challenging

time for our newest retail and

hospitality operators in the

central city. We’re hoping to help

change that by inspiring our

residents to get out and explore

our vibrant and evolving city

centre.”

The General Store gift shop

manager Sonya Henry said it

had been quiet, but she was hoping

Plymouth Lane would fill

with people through #Explore-

Christchurch.

“Sometimes you just need to

give the suggestion and make

it into a fun game to encourage

people back into town,” she said.

Ms Henry said it would be

“really nice” to see more people

checking out the central city

through winter.

“Places like New Regent St,

The Crossing and down here are

really cool.”

Pepa Stationery owner Ami

Muir said things had slowed

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campaign to get

people back into

the CBD.

down over winter.

“But that’s always the case, no

matter where you go.”

She said the campaign would

encourage the “whole lot” of

people who still haven’t been

into the CBD seven years after

the earthquake.

“You need to come in and then

you can see what’s to come. It

gets you a bit excited. Otherwise

if you stay at home, you can get

quite depressed about the central

city,” Ms Muir said.

It comes as the city council

revealed the findings of its Life

in Christchurch 2018 survey –

which said that 77 per cent of

people say they visit the central

city once a month.

Fifty per cent said they went to

the central city to eat and go to

bars, 43 per cent went shopping

and 34 per cent said they visited

attractions.

ChristchurchNZ launched the

as a collaborative initiative to

engage and inspire residents by

using the Pockets of Awesome

Facebook page to highlight

events, offers and activities in

the city.

It wants people to include the

hashtag #ExploreChristchurch

when sharing what they love

best about the CBD with friends

and across social media.

Every Thursday this month,

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SPORTS

RACE: David Fitch was the best of the Sumner contingent, finishing sixth overall in the men’s

masters grade.

Sumner club runners take on

cross-country national champs

• By Gordon Findlater

SIX SUMNER Running Club

members travelled to Wellington

over the weekend to take on

some of the country’s best at the

Athletics New Zealand national

cross-country championships.

Close to 500 runners assembled

at Grenda North Park to

take on the muddy track. The

championships saw national

champions crowned from the

under-11 grade through to the

over 75s.

David Fitch was the best of the

Sumner contingent, finishing

sixth overall in the men’s masters

grade. His time of 31min 39sec

across the 8km course was also

good enough to see him finish

fifth in the men’s 40 and over

grade.

Fellow Sumner runner Nathan

Jones finished the race 13th

overall in a time of 33min 28sec,

good enough for 10th in the

men’s 40 and over grade.

Fitch and Jones were also part

of the Canterbury men’s 35-49

four person team. Their times

helped Canterbury to a bronze

medal, behind Wellington and

Auckland.

Rosie Hay, Jennie Nicholson

and Katherine Fitch all competed

in the women’s masters

race. Nicholson finished the 6km

course in a time of 31min 22sec

to finish 18th overall and eighth

in the women’s 30 and over. Hay

was 20th overall and fourth in

the women’s 35 and over with

a time of 32min 41 sec. Fitch

finished 29th overall and fourth

in the women’s 45 and over in a

time of 36min 1sec.

In the juniors, Maddie Sharpe

ran the 3km course in 14min

21sec to finish 12th in the girls

under-13 grade.

JUNIOR: Maddie Sharpe

finished 12th in the girls

under-15 grade.

DIRTY WORK: Rosie Hay

battles through the mud in

the women’s masters race.

BIG EFFORT: Katherine Fitch

finished fourth in the 45 and

over women’s grade.

AIR TIME: Nathan Jones

leaps over a hurdle on his

way to 13th overall in the

men’s masters race.

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Storytimes

Wednesday, 10.30-11am, Tuesday,

11-11.30am

Go along to the Lyttelton Library

where learning is encouraged

through a love of stories.

Storytimes is an interactive

programme including stories,

songs, rhymes and play. This is a

free session.

Sumner Library on Wednesday,

Lyttelton Library on Tuesday

Knit ’n’ Yarn

Wednesday 10am-noon, Friday

10.30am-noon.

It’s winter woollies time so

why not head along to a fun

knit ’n’ yarn session. Take your

knitting, crochet or other craft

project and spend some time

in company with other crafty

knitters. This is a free activity

with no bookings required – and

beginners are welcome.

Lyttelton Library on Wednesday,

Sumner Library on Friday

Create ’n’ Connect

Thursday, 9.30am-noon

Create ’n’ Connect welcomes

you to create in company. $3 per

session includes a yummy morning

tea and great company. Take

your own creative project or

come and get some inspiration.

Phone Beth for more information

022 678 1252.

Email sarla.donovan@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

St Andrews Anglican Church,

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs

Babytimes

Friday and Tuesday, 10.30-

11am

Encourage learning through

language. Babytimes is an interactive

programme including

rhymes, songs, stories and play.

This is a free session.

Lyttelton Library on Friday,

Sumner Library on Tuesday

Mt Pleasant Arts and Crafts

Market

Saturday, 9.30am-12.30pm

Go along and support your

local craftspeople. There are

a range of items for sale from

original artworks to high quality

jewellery, pottery, essential oils

and sculptures. The farmers’

market will be running outside,

and the cafe will be open

inside for a coffee while you

browse. ATM available.

3 McCormacks Bay Rd

JP Clinic at Matuku Takotako:

Sumner Centre

Saturday, 10am-noon

A justice of the peace will be

available to members of the community,

to witness signatures

and documents, certify document

copies, hear oaths, declarations,

affidavits or affirmations

as well as sign citizenship,

sponsorship or rates rebates applications.

There is no charge for

this service.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre, 37 Nayland St

Community Music Concert

Sunday, 2pm

The Diamond Harbour School

choir is performing at a concert

alongside the Diamond Harbour

Community Singers. There will

be a few other musical items too.

Diamond Harbour Community

Hall, Waipapa Ave.

Belly Dance Fundamentals

Monday, 7.30-8.30pm

Go along to a belly dance fundamentals

class with Tracey of

Tribal Diva Belly Dance Company.

Learn core belly dance moves

and technique – classes will

include an introduction to relevant

music and culture. Joining

a belly dance class is a fantastic

way to increase fitness, improve

co-ordination, meet new people,

have fun and discover a new

creative outlet. To register go

to http://www.tribaldiva.co.nz/

class-registration-2018.html For

more information email tribaldiva.bellydancers@hotmail.co.nz

or phone 027 756 4460.

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Thursday, August 16, 11.30am-

2.30pm

Every first and third Thursday

from August-October go along

and enjoy a cup of soup in the

atrium provided by the Front

Room Coffee Shop before watching

a film classic. The cost will

be $5 for a cup of soup and a roll

and just a koha/donation for the

movie. Soup will be available

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Mt Pleasant Community

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The weekly markets have many

different attractions and delicious

treats on offer. From fresh

produce to freshly baked bread,

cheeses and free range eggs. Find

some healthy food options and

sip on a coffee while taking a

wander around any of the markets

happening in the area at the

weekend.

Lyttelton Farmers Market

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