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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8 <strong>2018</strong><br />

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CONCEPT DESIGNS for<br />

Redcliffs School have received<br />

positive feedback from parents<br />

and staff.<br />

Preliminary drawings were revealed<br />

last week at two meetings,<br />

one for Redcliffs Park neighbours<br />

organised by the Ministry of Education,<br />

and one organised for the<br />

wider community by the school.<br />

At the first<br />

meeting,<br />

architect Hugh<br />

Tennent and<br />

MoE lead case<br />

manager David<br />

Hobern spoke<br />

Darren Fidler<br />

to park neighbours<br />

about<br />

work that had<br />

been done to mitigate the impact<br />

on neighbours' views.<br />

The drawings show the school<br />

buildings tucked into higher<br />

ground on the south-west corner<br />

of the site next to Main Rd, with<br />

car parking further along towards<br />

Beachville Rd.<br />

Friends of Redcliffs Park<br />

spokesman Chris Doudney<br />

said he wasn't surprised they had<br />

STYLE: A preliminary drawing of the Main Rd entrance to the new Redcliffs School<br />

built on that section as it was<br />

“above flood level” on higher<br />

ground.<br />

Asked if the designs showed the<br />

ministry was trying to mitigate<br />

the effects on neighbours, Mr<br />

Doudney said: “I think they have<br />

a good architect.’’<br />

He said he wasn't against the<br />

school being built there.<br />

“If it wasn’t a park and if the<br />

school didn’t have a better<br />

place I would welcome a school<br />

in that location; I’m not antischool,<br />

I'm just anti taking our<br />

park when the ministry has never<br />

given a reasonable reason for<br />

abandoning the school – ever.<br />

And that’s the key issue.’’<br />

Friends of Redcliffs Park have<br />

sent a 200-signature petition to<br />

Parliament in a last-ditch bid to<br />

return the school to its former<br />

Main Rd site. The petition will be<br />

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Workforce Select Committee this<br />

month.<br />

Board of trustees chairman<br />

Darren Fidler said were “a lot<br />

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PAGE 2 Wednesday <strong>August</strong> 8 <strong>2018</strong><br />

BAY HARBOUR<br />

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THAT IS a fairly impressive looking<br />

building on page 1 today – the preliminary<br />

Redcliffs School design.<br />

It is modern, will fit in to the overall area<br />

and, if you look at page 7, it doesn’t appear<br />

that it will dominate the park space.<br />

And that means room for others.<br />

Two meetings have been held with the community – one for<br />

park neighbours, many of whom have been trying to stop the<br />

relocation of the school there. The second with school staff and<br />

parents.<br />

Needless to say staff and parents are happy with the design.<br />

I suspect this will be a good fit for all.<br />

And another stoush is brewing in Lyttelton, this one over the<br />

squash courts which could be closed (page 3).<br />

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Wednesday <strong>August</strong> 8 <strong>2018</strong><br />

News<br />

Squash courts under threat<br />

• By Sarla Donovan<br />

SQUASH COURTS at the<br />

Lyttelton Recreation Centre may<br />

be closed and replaced with a<br />

gym after a survey showed they<br />

weren’t getting much use.<br />

But the proposal from nonprofit<br />

organisation Project Lyttelton<br />

is getting some heat from<br />

residents.<br />

And the city council now says<br />

it wants to speak to existing<br />

users of the<br />

courts before<br />

they make a<br />

decision.<br />

Banks<br />

Peninsula<br />

Community<br />

Board deputy<br />

chairman Jed<br />

Margaret<br />

Jefferies<br />

O’Donoghue<br />

said he wasn’t<br />

aware of the<br />

proposal until seeing a Facebook<br />

post about it on Friday.<br />

“As far as I know it has not<br />

been to the board,” he told the<br />

<strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News.<br />

The city council this year<br />

tasked Project Lyttelton with<br />

revitalising the centre, which<br />

has struggled since reopening in<br />

2016 after a five-year closure.<br />

Project Lyttelton chairwoman<br />

Margaret Jefferies said they had<br />

surveyed about 130 people to<br />

find how they used the centre<br />

currently and what they wanted<br />

to see more of.<br />

The results indicated there was<br />

“hardly anyone” using the squash<br />

courts who registered, she said.<br />

“We discovered later that some<br />

people were using it unofficially<br />

so we had no record of that. If<br />

you don’t register you don’t have<br />

a voice. People were getting in<br />

and playing for nothing really<br />

. . . we’re just balancing what’s<br />

there with what the demand was<br />

and the demand for squash was<br />

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OUTCRY: A proposal to close the squash courts at Lyttelton<br />

Recreation Centre is coming under fire. ​<br />

very low,” said Ms Jefferies.<br />

She said they had publicised<br />

the survey widely online and<br />

had also spoken to people in the<br />

community.<br />

City council head of community<br />

support, governance and<br />

partnership John Filsell said a<br />

closure date had yet to be confirmed.<br />

The city council would<br />

take the views of existing users<br />

into consideration.<br />

“Council staff have communicated<br />

with the individuals who<br />

use the squash court but at this<br />

point in time not everybody has<br />

been reached,” he said.<br />

Mr Filsell said the squash<br />

court was currently booked<br />

“on average three to four times<br />

a week. Over the next two<br />

months, there are currently<br />

seven bookings.”<br />

Some players are angry they<br />

weren’t consulted and didn’t<br />

know of the proposal.<br />

James Sinclair lives and works<br />

in Lyttelton.<br />

He said he used the squash<br />

courts every week but hadn’t<br />

been approached for feedback.<br />

“It really is terrible communication<br />

with the community.<br />

If Project Lyttelton has ‘put forward<br />

numerous efforts to engage<br />

people to give their input’ how<br />

come I haven’t seen or heard any<br />

until now?”<br />

He said 130 was a small survey<br />

at the best of times, “let alone<br />

when they’re taking away a<br />

purpose-built facility.”<br />

Andy Dopleach said it will<br />

mean no more squash playing<br />

for most people in the township<br />

as the ability to walk down, play<br />

and then go to a bar/cafe afterwards<br />

was “big draw” and kept<br />

the game social and fun.<br />

The nearest city council<br />

owned squash courts are in<br />

Sockburn.<br />

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PAGE 3<br />

Fire rages, homes at risk<br />

FIRES LIT AT SCHOOL<br />

Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong> School was<br />

vandalised over the weekend.<br />

Two fires were lit, many plants<br />

pulled out and soil was strewn<br />

over several areas. Principal Jill<br />

Pears said it was disappointing<br />

to see the damage, which was<br />

reported to school staff on<br />

Saturday. Police visited the<br />

school on Monday. Ms Pears<br />

said they had not been able to<br />

gather any data from CCTV<br />

cameras at the school. Caretaker<br />

Rob Stent is asking for anyone<br />

who witnessed any suspicious<br />

behaviour to let the school know<br />

by phoning 329 4842<br />

FREEDOM CAMPING<br />

The city council has opened<br />

submissions on changes to the<br />

Freedom Camping Bylaw for<br />

Akaroa. It has proposed a ban<br />

on freedom camping within<br />

the township, except for the<br />

existing freedom camping area<br />

on Rue Brittan. Campers in selfcontained<br />

vehicles would be able<br />

to stay there for up to two nights<br />

but there will be a ‘one vehicle<br />

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overcrowding. There would also<br />

be some non-regulatory changes<br />

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Tourette’s is a condition characterised<br />

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Five years ago, Ms Twemlow’s<br />

then nine-year-old daughter<br />

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But the pair found there was<br />

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Ms Twemlow founded the Tourette’s<br />

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As well as running a support system<br />

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Association also began running a<br />

yearly camp called Camp Twitch.<br />

It brings together young people<br />

with Tourette’s and their families<br />

for a weekend of fun where their<br />

tics are welcomed.<br />

At Blackwells City Mazda last<br />

week Ms Twemlow was presented<br />

with $10,000 from the Mazda<br />

Foundation to help run the camp.<br />

ON FRIDAY, pupils from<br />

Redcliffs School visited their<br />

new school site to see an<br />

archaeological dig up close.<br />

Stone tools, cooking ovens<br />

and animal bones have been<br />

found at the park, which is of<br />

particular archaeological interest<br />

as it is the site of some of the<br />

earliest known occupation of<br />

the South Island by early Maori.<br />

Six archaeologists are into<br />

their second week of excavation,<br />

and are likely to be on site for<br />

another two.<br />

Project archaeologist Tristan<br />

Wadsworth said they had<br />

uncovered a “cultural layer”<br />

associated with a very early<br />

Maori village, including stone<br />

tools used for butchery and<br />

woodworking, and a number<br />

of hangi/ovens containing seal,<br />

dog, moa and other bird bone.<br />

“Once we’ve analysed the the<br />

material, there’ll be a discussion<br />

between Heritage New Zealand<br />

Pouhere Taonga and the appropriate<br />

runanga as to its ultimate<br />

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TEACHING: Project<br />

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what they are finding.<br />

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News<br />

OUTLET<br />

LOCATION: The school buildings sit on elevated ground.<br />

Designs released for<br />

new Redcliffs School<br />

•From page 1<br />

He said the school<br />

was very happy with the<br />

designs which “delivered<br />

perfectly” on their<br />

education brief – the<br />

blueprint for the style<br />

of education the school<br />

wanted to provide.<br />

The connection from<br />

Moa Bone cave through to<br />

the water was important<br />

and that was reflected in<br />

the ‘spine’ of the school<br />

running from the cave to<br />

the water, said Dr Fidler.<br />

“We’ve also tried to<br />

keep the buildings up on<br />

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New arena on cards for Wonky Donkey<br />

Fire rages, homes at risk<br />

• By Sarla Donovan<br />

NOT MANY people know that<br />

Sumner has a riding school<br />

tucked away at the bottom of<br />

Evans Pass.<br />

And few would have heard that<br />

it is home to a real-life ‘Wonky<br />

Donkey’, aka Tilly.<br />

Sumner Valley Riding School<br />

owner Lisa Hadfield has leased<br />

2.4ha of the city-council-owned<br />

Sumnervale Reserve for the past<br />

35 years, providing communitybased<br />

services for children,<br />

teenagers and adults.<br />

She takes pre-schoolers for<br />

walks on Tilly, hosts children’s<br />

parties, and trains young riders<br />

to compete in events like the<br />

Springston Trophy.<br />

She’s now teaching her fourth<br />

generation of riders.<br />

But to continue safely<br />

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round, Ms Hadfield needs an allweather<br />

dressage arena.<br />

The arena would provide a<br />

surface that protects the horses<br />

and ponies and their riders.<br />

“Instead of riding on a muddy<br />

or too hard paddock, you are<br />

on a surface that will protect<br />

the horses’ legs. In the summer,<br />

the ground gets very hard like<br />

concrete and that jars their legs<br />

and causes tendon problems, and<br />

in the winter, the ground is so<br />

heavy that you mess it up – it’s<br />

slippery and dangerous and you<br />

can do tendon damage as well,”<br />

Ms Hadfield said.<br />

She’s hoping to get an allweather<br />

dressage arena installed<br />

by the end of the year and has<br />

the full support of Labour MP<br />

Ruth Dyson. They met this week<br />

to talk possible fundraising<br />

opportunities.<br />

Said Ms Dyson: “The facility is<br />

really in need of improvements<br />

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an all year, usable terrain, which<br />

it currently doesn’t have and<br />

obviously this would be of huge<br />

benefit to the young people who<br />

want to ride their horses all year<br />

round.” The school was a small<br />

one in an “absolutely beautiful<br />

area” and was a strong part of<br />

the Sumner community, Ms<br />

Dyson said.<br />

The riding school is non-profit<br />

and Ms Hadfield supplements<br />

her income with two part-time<br />

jobs. A new arena will cost<br />

thousands.<br />

“If we get the physical<br />

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said.<br />

“I reckon we can hire the<br />

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surface down will be between<br />

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AN APP is being used<br />

to identify in-stream<br />

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cycles.<br />

Environment Canterbury,<br />

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National Institute of<br />

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November and December<br />

last year, Canterbury<br />

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parts of Banks Peninsula<br />

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lot of information about<br />

streams in the areas.<br />

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Ōtānerito <strong>Bay</strong>, Tumbledown<br />

<strong>Bay</strong>, Flea <strong>Bay</strong>, The<br />

Kaik and Lake Forsyth.<br />

Ms Brown recorded 59<br />

potential barriers (mainly<br />

culverts) for fish across<br />

these areas and identified<br />

two sites as being in need<br />

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barriers – Narbey Stream<br />

STUDY: Ōtānerito <strong>Bay</strong> was part of a trial to identify<br />

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Tributary in Otanerito<br />

<strong>Bay</strong> and an unnamed<br />

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Pigeon <strong>Bay</strong> Rd in the<br />

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The information was<br />

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Biodiversity funding<br />

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BAY HARBOUR<br />

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NEW RELEASES<br />

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Wednesday <strong>August</strong> 8 <strong>2018</strong><br />

Your Local Views<br />

New president takes the<br />

‘chain’ at Lyttelton Rotary<br />

Lyttelton Rotary<br />

recently held its<br />

changeover night<br />

at Super restaurant<br />

in Lyttelton, where<br />

outgoing shared role<br />

presidents Donna<br />

Heenan and Robyn<br />

Struthers handed new<br />

president Brian Reeve<br />

the “chain” of office<br />

A GOOD night was<br />

enjoyed by all who<br />

attended the changeover,<br />

including area<br />

representatives from<br />

Rotary in Canterbury.<br />

Robyn Struthers<br />

was presented with a<br />

Rotary sapphire pin for<br />

service to the Lyttelton<br />

community over recent<br />

years, especially during<br />

the earthquakes. She<br />

was just one of the club<br />

members who supported<br />

the community during<br />

this time, but it was an<br />

unexpected surprise to her<br />

to receive the accolade.<br />

The club is in good heart<br />

and looks forward to some<br />

exciting projects that it<br />

aims to embark on in the<br />

coming months with new<br />

president Brian Reeve at<br />

the helm.<br />

The focus with a new<br />

president is to try and<br />

encourage growth in the<br />

club, plus more activities<br />

within the Lyttelton<br />

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi<br />

<strong>Harbour</strong> Basin as Mr<br />

Reeve and his wife live in<br />

Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong>.<br />

If you would like to be<br />

involved, get in touch with<br />

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come along to one of its<br />

fortnightly Monday night<br />

meetings.<br />

At the end of last month,<br />

the club began with a<br />

fundraising movie night,<br />

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Mamma Mia! Here We Go<br />

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The Lyttelton club was<br />

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Woolston, Christchurch<br />

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Growing Probus club turns 35<br />

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Zealand director Margaret Drake presented club president Mick Hannifin<br />

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members welcomed last month, boosting its membership to almost 100.<br />

The new members are (back from left) Barry Knight, Fletcher Stanton,<br />

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BAY HARBOUR<br />

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi<br />

News<br />

Local<br />

News<br />

Now<br />

Fire rages, homes at risk<br />

ART LOVERS – mark your diaries.<br />

The annual Sumner Art Society’s<br />

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on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the<br />

Redcliffs/Mt Pleasant Bowling Club.<br />

The long-standing group of artists<br />

meet weekly on Wednesdays at the Mt<br />

Pleasant Yacht Club to support and<br />

learn from each other as well as have<br />

a laugh.<br />

This year members of the group<br />

exhibited at the Christchurch South<br />

Library.<br />

Painter Kilmeny Keyse said the<br />

opportunity to hang larger works in<br />

such an open space was exciting and<br />

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The artists have many more new<br />

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Go along, meet the artists and<br />

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Check out the website at www.<br />

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Heathcote Ward city councillor Sara<br />

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Wednesday <strong>August</strong> 8 <strong>2018</strong><br />

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi<br />

BAY HARBOUR<br />

PAGE 19<br />

ADVERTORIAL<br />

Earthquake claims<br />

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Our newspapers are full of stories<br />

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BAY HARBOUR<br />

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Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi<br />

BAY HARBOUR<br />

PAGE 21<br />

News<br />

Local<br />

News<br />

Now<br />

Fire rages, homes at risk<br />

Discover the new CBD by walking<br />

#ExploreChristchurch<br />

is a campaign to get<br />

Cantabrians to visit their<br />

own central city. Julia<br />

Evans reports<br />

GETTING Christchurch people<br />

to tour their own central city is<br />

the latest key campaign in a bid<br />

to see the CBD come back to life.<br />

People sitting in the winter<br />

sun, eating lunch and talking<br />

with friends on The Terrace.<br />

A group out browsing through<br />

shops in winding lanes of The<br />

Crossing for a new pair of boots<br />

or coat, missing from their<br />

wardrobes.<br />

Couples stopping off for a<br />

mulled wine at Smash Palace<br />

before heading to Alice Cinemas<br />

to watch Whitney.<br />

That’s the vision for the<br />

central city in depths of winter.<br />

However, this year’s cold, wet<br />

season has often left the CBD<br />

without people and businesses<br />

struggling.<br />

But the recently launched<br />

#ExploreChristchurch campaign<br />

aims to change that and get people,<br />

buzz and activity back into<br />

the heart of the city.<br />

Bright red flags with “Explore”<br />

on them line the streets to promote<br />

the initiative.<br />

ChristchurchNZ general<br />

manager marketing, brand and<br />

communications Tim Loftus<br />

said the campaign was launched<br />

in response to requests from<br />

local businesses to help stimulate<br />

economic activity within the<br />

CBD.<br />

“The #ExploreChristchurch<br />

campaign is part of our strategy<br />

to profile Christchurch globally,<br />

by starting at home,” Mr Loftus<br />

said.<br />

“Winter can be a challenging<br />

time for our newest retail and<br />

hospitality operators in the<br />

central city. We’re hoping to help<br />

change that by inspiring our<br />

residents to get out and explore<br />

our vibrant and evolving city<br />

centre.”<br />

The General Store gift shop<br />

manager Sonya Henry said it<br />

had been quiet, but she was hoping<br />

Plymouth Lane would fill<br />

with people through #Explore-<br />

Christchurch.<br />

“Sometimes you just need to<br />

give the suggestion and make<br />

it into a fun game to encourage<br />

people back into town,” she said.<br />

Ms Henry said it would be<br />

“really nice” to see more people<br />

checking out the central city<br />

through winter.<br />

“Places like New Regent St,<br />

The Crossing and down here are<br />

really cool.”<br />

Pepa Stationery owner Ami<br />

Muir said things had slowed<br />

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down over winter.<br />

“But that’s always the case, no<br />

matter where you go.”<br />

She said the campaign would<br />

encourage the “whole lot” of<br />

people who still haven’t been<br />

into the CBD seven years after<br />

the earthquake.<br />

“You need to come in and then<br />

you can see what’s to come. It<br />

gets you a bit excited. Otherwise<br />

if you stay at home, you can get<br />

quite depressed about the central<br />

city,” Ms Muir said.<br />

It comes as the city council<br />

revealed the findings of its Life<br />

in Christchurch <strong>2018</strong> survey –<br />

which said that 77 per cent of<br />

people say they visit the central<br />

city once a month.<br />

Fifty per cent said they went to<br />

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It wants people to include the<br />

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SPORTS<br />

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

masters grade.<br />

Sumner club runners take on<br />

cross-country national champs<br />

• By Gordon Findlater<br />

SIX SUMNER Running Club<br />

members travelled to Wellington<br />

over the weekend to take on<br />

some of the country’s best at the<br />

Athletics New Zealand national<br />

cross-country championships.<br />

Close to 500 runners assembled<br />

at Grenda North Park to<br />

take on the muddy track. The<br />

championships saw national<br />

champions crowned from the<br />

under-11 grade through to the<br />

over 75s.<br />

David Fitch was the best of the<br />

Sumner contingent, finishing<br />

sixth overall in the men’s masters<br />

grade. His time of 31min 39sec<br />

across the 8km course was also<br />

good enough to see him finish<br />

fifth in the men’s 40 and over<br />

grade.<br />

Fellow Sumner runner Nathan<br />

Jones finished the race 13th<br />

overall in a time of 33min 28sec,<br />

good enough for 10th in the<br />

men’s 40 and over grade.<br />

Fitch and Jones were also part<br />

of the Canterbury men’s 35-49<br />

four person team. Their times<br />

helped Canterbury to a bronze<br />

medal, behind Wellington and<br />

Auckland.<br />

Rosie Hay, Jennie Nicholson<br />

and Katherine Fitch all competed<br />

in the women’s masters<br />

race. Nicholson finished the 6km<br />

course in a time of 31min 22sec<br />

to finish 18th overall and eighth<br />

in the women’s 30 and over. Hay<br />

was 20th overall and fourth in<br />

the women’s 35 and over with<br />

a time of 32min 41 sec. Fitch<br />

finished 29th overall and fourth<br />

in the women’s 45 and over in a<br />

time of 36min 1sec.<br />

In the juniors, Maddie Sharpe<br />

ran the 3km course in 14min<br />

21sec to finish 12th in the girls<br />

under-13 grade.<br />

JUNIOR: Maddie Sharpe<br />

finished 12th in the girls<br />

under-15 grade.<br />

DIRTY WORK: Rosie Hay<br />

battles through the mud in<br />

the women’s masters race.<br />

BIG EFFORT: Katherine Fitch<br />

finished fourth in the 45 and<br />

over women’s grade.<br />

AIR TIME: Nathan Jones<br />

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Storytimes<br />

Wednesday, 10.30-11am, Tuesday,<br />

11-11.30am<br />

Go along to the Lyttelton Library<br />

where learning is encouraged<br />

through a love of stories.<br />

Storytimes is an interactive<br />

programme including stories,<br />

songs, rhymes and play. This is a<br />

free session.<br />

Sumner Library on Wednesday,<br />

Lyttelton Library on Tuesday<br />

Knit ’n’ Yarn<br />

Wednesday 10am-noon, Friday<br />

10.30am-noon.<br />

It’s winter woollies time so<br />

why not head along to a fun<br />

knit ’n’ yarn session. Take your<br />

knitting, crochet or other craft<br />

project and spend some time<br />

in company with other crafty<br />

knitters. This is a free activity<br />

with no bookings required – and<br />

beginners are welcome.<br />

Lyttelton Library on Wednesday,<br />

Sumner Library on Friday<br />

Create ’n’ Connect<br />

Thursday, 9.30am-noon<br />

Create ’n’ Connect welcomes<br />

you to create in company. $3 per<br />

session includes a yummy morning<br />

tea and great company. Take<br />

your own creative project or<br />

come and get some inspiration.<br />

Phone Beth for more information<br />

022 678 1252.<br />

Email sarla.donovan@starmedia.kiwi by<br />

5pm each Wednesday<br />

St Andrews Anglican Church,<br />

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs<br />

Babytimes<br />

Friday and Tuesday, 10.30-<br />

11am<br />

Encourage learning through<br />

language. Babytimes is an interactive<br />

programme including<br />

rhymes, songs, stories and play.<br />

This is a free session.<br />

Lyttelton Library on Friday,<br />

Sumner Library on Tuesday<br />

Mt Pleasant Arts and Crafts<br />

Market<br />

Saturday, 9.30am-12.30pm<br />

Go along and support your<br />

local craftspeople. There are<br />

a range of items for sale from<br />

original artworks to high quality<br />

jewellery, pottery, essential oils<br />

and sculptures. The farmers’<br />

market will be running outside,<br />

and the cafe will be open<br />

inside for a coffee while you<br />

browse. ATM available.<br />

3 McCormacks <strong>Bay</strong> Rd<br />

JP Clinic at Matuku Takotako:<br />

Sumner Centre<br />

Saturday, 10am-noon<br />

A justice of the peace will be<br />

available to members of the community,<br />

to witness signatures<br />

and documents, certify document<br />

copies, hear oaths, declarations,<br />

affidavits or affirmations<br />

as well as sign citizenship,<br />

sponsorship or rates rebates applications.<br />

There is no charge for<br />

this service.<br />

Matuku Takotako: Sumner<br />

Centre, 37 Nayland St<br />

Community Music Concert<br />

Sunday, 2pm<br />

The Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong> School<br />

choir is performing at a concert<br />

alongside the Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong><br />

Community Singers. There will<br />

be a few other musical items too.<br />

Diamond <strong>Harbour</strong> Community<br />

Hall, Waipapa Ave.<br />

Belly Dance Fundamentals<br />

Monday, 7.30-8.30pm<br />

Go along to a belly dance fundamentals<br />

class with Tracey of<br />

Tribal Diva Belly Dance Company.<br />

Learn core belly dance moves<br />

and technique – classes will<br />

include an introduction to relevant<br />

music and culture. Joining<br />

a belly dance class is a fantastic<br />

way to increase fitness, improve<br />

co-ordination, meet new people,<br />

have fun and discover a new<br />

creative outlet. To register go<br />

to http://www.tribaldiva.co.nz/<br />

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more information email tribaldiva.bellydancers@hotmail.co.nz<br />

or phone 027 756 4460.<br />

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