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Consultation fatigue

Too much talk, not enough

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Page 3 Page 8

Building relationships

Police interact with students

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Young Woolston

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COOKED: Chahna Victoria Davis, Navneet Narayan and Shikylah Dearnley took

home awards at the national Nestlé Toque d’Or student culinary competition.

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Chahna Victoria Davis won two gold seaweed salt with hot smoked Akaroa

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Potholed

car park

may

finally

be sealed

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

PART OF the potholed car park

in New Brighton’s Hawke St may

finally be sealed.

A temporary fix was made this

month when the owner of the

old Funky Pumpkin building

arranged for the potholes on a

section of the car park to be filled

with gravel, says

New Brighton

Business and

landowners

Association

manager Paul

Lonsdale.

Some of the

property owners

have also now got

quotes on the cost

Paul

Lonsdale

of repairing the potholes, he said.

The estimated cost is $50,000 for

the whole car park to be fixed.

The plan is to undertake the

work when the weather improves,

he said. The rest of the car park

remains potholed as a result of

having multiple private owners

and the cost of repairs.

He said some of the properties

do not have tenants, meaning

there is no financial benefit for the

owners to fix the potholes.

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PROGRESS ON the Hawke St car park

potholes!

At last, I hear you say.

Yes, as we report on page 1 today some of

the potholes have been filled in readiness

for better weather when they will be tarsealed over.

This amazing piece of progress has been years, if not the odd

decade, in the making.

The problem, as we report, is the multitude of private owners

of the car park. Tracking them down has apparently been as big

a problem as the potholes themselves.

And then getting those landowners to actually spend

money to make the car park less of a hazard for motorists and

pedestrians alike has been another issue in itself.

But at last we have progress.

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Tuesday August 21 2018 3

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Residents tired of consultation

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

SOUTH NEW Brighton and

Southshore residents are tired of

endless consultation to resolve

ongoing problems since the

earthquakes.

A report has been presented to

the city council by the Coastal­

Burwood Community Board

expressing concern that the

communities may not engage

effectively in

consultation

over rising sea

level issues.

Regenerate

Christchurch

opened an engagement

hub

Tim Sintes

recently at 82

Estuary Rd.

It comes after

residents in Southbridge and

South New Brighton were told

they are living in a High Flood

Management Zone. As a result,

many residents are struggling

to get resource and building

consents to extend their homes

or build on empty sections.

The report also said board

members are witnessing the

social and psychological implications

of a lack of action over

earthquake-related repairs.

After receiving the report, city

UNCERTAINTY: A report presented to the city council has

raised concerns Southshore and South New Brighton residents

may not engage effectively in consultation over rising sea

levels.

councillor Glenn Livingstone

said: “To truly understand the

experience of those in Southshore

and South New Brighton

over the last seven years, council

has needed to walk in their

shoes. I think there is a gap.”

He said the report was received

by the city council, but

the consultation work is being

done by Regenerate.

Board deputy chairman Tim

Sintes highlighted the psychological

issues residents are facing

to show the city council what

people are going through.

Mr Sintes said the engagement

hub is the “best hope” for Southshore

and South New Brighton

residents.

Regenerate chief executive

Ivan Iafeta acknowledged the

past seven years have been

a challenging time and it is

important residents contribute

during consultation.

Southshore Residents’ Association

chairwoman Lynda

Burdekin said the community

has been under stress for eight

years since the quakes and now

they are facing climate change.

She said residents do not want

consultation to keep going for

another five years. “There are

some old people who are so

scared . . . people are thinking is

this all going to happen tomorrow?

Are we going to have a

massive flood? Will we lose our

properties? That is pretty sad,”

she said.

South New Brighton

Residents’ Association secretary

Séamus O’Cromtha said what

is needed from authorities is

prompt decision-making and

serious investment.

He said the priorities need

to be protecting people and

property from tidal flooding and

erosion and the effects of climate

change and rising sea levels.

•HAVE YOUR SAY: Do you

think there has been too

much consultation and not

enough action in South New

Brighton and Southshore?

Email your views to georgia.

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the Mystery Creek Events Centre

in Hamilton next year. The quiz

will include food, tea and coffee,

and auctions. It will be held at

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McMaster & Heap

Veterinary practice

Huntly’S exciting

day out…

Desexing is classified as a routine, fairly fast

procedure by most veterinarians but for the

owner and their pet it is a big deal. It is usually

the first time the client has had to leave their

little baby in our trusted hands for a whole

day bearing in mind its going to have an

anaesthetic which if not explained properly

can be very scary for the client. Many clients

are reluctant to part with their pet so its our

job to reassure clients, their special pet will be

ready and waiting for them at the end of the

day, job done.

At McMaster & Heap we

consider routine surgery

to be a big deal and

we are very careful to

explain the whole days

procedure and follow up

care very carefully to our

clients. We don’t want

our patients scared off

by the days’ events so

we are very gentle with

them. Lets face it, they

may be patients of ours

for the next 20 years so

we need to start off on

the right paw!!

Often the puppies have

visited the clinic before

for vaccinations and

puppy playschool so

have “good feelings”

about the practice.

Running around with

other puppies playing

chase, getting hugs from

us all and liver treats

helps portray our clinic

as a fun place. With the

kittens we place them

in a quiet space and

have feliway diffusers

running which naturally

calm them down. If they

are particularly stressed

out they are often given

their sedative early and

cuddled by our hospital

nurse.

Recently our nurse

Jaimee had her puppy

neutered.

Huntly has been here

before so bounded

through the doors.

We give our clients

the options of pre

anaesthetic blood testing

and intravenous fluids. The blood testing

can help us detect early subclinical disease

like diabetes, renal or liver disease. The fluids

help maintain a healthy blood pressure, help

remove the anaesthetic from the body, and

provide an intravenous route should we

require it.

On arrival they are thoroughly checked over

( temperature, heart rate, breathing rate) by

Michele anaesthetising Huntly.

Huntly waking up from his surgery.

Huntly enjoying some Sunday

fun at the park.

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a theatre nurse, bloods taken if required and

a catheter placed for an IV line. 30 minutes

before their operation they are sedated. Once

anaesthetized they are connected to an

anaesthetic monitoring device so the nurse

can easily and accurately track how things

are going.

A castration procedure takes about 30

minutes from start to finish. Basically both

testicles are removed, the scrotal sac is left

and there will be a small line of stitches that

will require removal in 10-14

days.

We provide 2 free check ups

if required. WE often send

puppies home with a large

lampshade (Elizabethan

collar) to prevent them

ripping at their stitches. We

do recommend leash exercise

only until the sutures are

removed.

Needless to say Huntly was

the “star” patient, going to

sleep when told and waking

up quietly and quickly. Some

of our boisterous patients can

be quite vocal once coming

around from their anaesthetic.

Lola finds it quite amusing

and is often seen checking up

on them.

Nearly all of the puppies we

see through McMaster & Heap

will be desexed as young

dogs. We do recommend

this procedure unless the

client is keen on breeding/

showing. Many serious health

concerns are eliminated

by desexing early on, for

example mammary and

testicular cancers, pyometras

and prostate disease. Plus it

stops unwanted pregnancies,

roaming dogs and it can

lessen aggressive behavior

before bad habits have

formed.

Early aggression in puppies

though requires the help of a

trained animal behaviouralist

very early on and possibly

medications from your vet.

This sort of issue will not

simply just right itself. Your

puppies personality though is

not affected by the operation.

Definitely best to have the

discussion with your vet as we all have

varying opinions on “the best time”. I give my

clients the option of waiting until their male

dog is cocking their leg before castration –

this usually occurs at 8-10 months of age.

For any more information and advice on why

or when to desex, please give anyone of us a

quick call at the clinic. We’d be happy to help.

Dr Michele McMaster

McMaster & Heap

START: Some of the potholes in the Hawke St car park have been filled with

gravel as a temporary measure.

Potholed car park finally

looks set to be sealed

•From page 1

Concerns have been raised about

the state of the car park on the Peoples

Independent Republic of New Brighton

Facebook page.

One commenter said she had driven

into a large pothole which “destroyed”

her tyre and damaged paint under the

bumper.

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Hughes said he would like Development

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Christchurch Ltd to help pay for pothole

repairs. A DCL spokeswoman said it has

no authority to take action or force landowners

to address the issues.

“There is also a question over whether

public money should be used to upgrade

private property,” she said.

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Tuesday August 21 2018 5

Board opposes Donnell Park plan

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

DON’T CONVERT Burwood’s

Donnell Park into wetlands.

That’s the plea from the

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board, which has written to

Regenerate Christchurch about

the issue.

Regenerate has proposed the

red-zoned park could be turned

into wetlands.

The board also doesn’t want a

gondola or motorsports complex

in the red zone.

Board

chairwoman

Kim Money said

the board did

not support the

proposal to turn

Donnell Park

Kim Money

into wetlands.

The feedback

is part of the Red Zone Futures

exhibition, which gives residents

an overview of what the Otakaro

Avon Corridor Regeneration

Area could look like in the

future.

Ms Money said Donnell Park

is a “real focal point” in the

community.

It would be “unacceptable”

for planned earthquake repairs

at the park to get under way,

and then for it to be turned into

wetlands, she said.

The city council has

secured $600,000 to repair

most of the Donnell Park’s

facilities, including the tennis

court, basketball court, toilets,

pathways and playgrounds.

Ms Money said apart from

the Avon River, there appears

to be little to appreciate aerially

and the concept of motorised

sports was not in harmony with

the wildlife existence or the

community.

But the board was supportive

of the Green Spine, as members

saw the value in restoring the

native habitat in the existing

wetlands.

It supports the Tiny Houses

and ‘Floating House’ proposed,

and the concept of white -water

activities, subject to consultation

with residents.

CHANGE: The Coastal-

Burwood Community Board

does not support Donnell

Park being transformed

into wetlands as part of

the Otakaro Avon Corridor

Regeneration Area plan.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

Key points made by the board

are that the flood protection of

houses needs to be a priority,

and the placement and location

of effective stormwater drains

needs to be addressed.

Regenerate chief executive

Ivan Iafeta said there was a

positive response from people

who visited the exhibition.

He said the public will have an

opportunity to provide formal

written feedback on the draft red

zone plan before it’s provided

to Greater Christchurch

Regeneration Minister Megan

Woods.

•HAVE YOUR SAY: What

do you think needs to be

done to ensure the future

of the red zone? Email your

views to georgia.oconnor@

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Woolston

students

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•From page 1

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The group of judges was led

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HEARD: Christchurch Central MP Duncan Webb meets with Mairehau

residents to hear their concerns about bus route changes in the area.

Mairehau residents

don’t want ‘noisy’

buses on their streets

• By Ashleigh Monk

MAIREHAU residents are upset about a

new bus route that they say will disrupt

their “peaceful” streets.

The proposed change would see the No

44 Shirley bus travel to and from Innes Rd

via Philpotts Rd, Glenfield Cres, Roslyn

Ave, Croziers Rd, Ranger St and Nancy

Ave.

The planned change is set to coincide

with the opening of the Northern

Corridor, which would no longer allow

right turns by the Orbiter bus in or out of

the QE II Drive end of Philpotts Rd.

Resch Fowler, who lives on Nancy Ave,

said the change would disrupt residents.

“It’s very quiet, lots of small children

running around, there’s after-school

traffic and kids that are walking home.

So we don’t want the increased traffic,

we don’t want noisy buses along here, we

don’t want the pollution,” she said.

“We are quite concerned because buses

don’t stop in a hurry, so if a kid darts off

across the road, they’re not used to having

a large vehicle around here.”

The proposed re-route comes after a

group of 80 retirees presented a petition to

Environment Canterbury, pleading with it

to reconsider route changes to the

Orbiter which would see the nearest bus

stop be moved almost 1km away from the

village.

“We do understand that the retirement

home needs access to the service but we

feel like there’s alternatives,” Ms Fowler

said.

She and several other residents met with

Christchurch Central MP Duncan Webb

recently to voice their concerns.

She said they would put forward

proposals to ECan and the city council

to see if the Orbiter’s current route could

be retained, or if a bus turn-around point

could be established on Philpotts Rd.

ECan senior manager public transport

Stewart Gibbon said ECan was gathering

public feedback.

“We have had a good level of

engagement and feedback from the

community on the 44 proposal. The

consultation period has been extended

until 24 August, and we will be holding

two drop in sessions before then so that

residents can come along to ask any

questions they may have before they

make their submission.” ECan plans to

implement the changes later this year.

•Soapbox, page 8

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Bromley

Community

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support

worker Emma

Shaw writes

about the busy facility’s

role and campaign against

Environment Canterbury’s

plan which will no longer

see the 145 bus go into the

suburb

NESTLED ON a spacious field

bordered by mature trees with

horses and chickens living

just down the road, Bromley

Community Centre takes on

a rural vibe in spite of being

located just 5km from the central

business district.

The centre was established in

1980 in a historic former school

hall and has been a strong hub

for the suburb ever since.

During the week, the centre

is home to regular groups and

classes, such as fitness, computer

tuition, kapa haka and an afterschool

programme.

In the weekends, the hall is

used for community events and

private functions.

My job is to work alongside

Hana Kakoi, our manager and

community development worker,

to help with the day-to-day running

of the centre, support the

regular programmes that run at

the centre, and organise a bunch

of great events.

We have a lot of fun

brainstorming fun ways of

getting our community together.

Seeing an idea for an event go

from a scribbled brainstorm on

a bit of paper to a spreadsheet

on a computer, and then come

to fruition as a successful event

with families laughing and playing

together is such a rewarding

feeling.

One of our projects at the moment

is campaigning against the

proposed bus changes that will

SUPPORT: The Bromley Community Centre hosts fitness,

computer tuition and kapa haka groups, as well as an afterschool

programme.

see the 145 bus no longer servicing

Bromley.

At the moment, the 145 comes

through Bromley and down to

Eastgate Shopping Centre. The

bus links our community to

shops, doctors, the library, social

opportunities, support services,

work and school.

We have put together a

petition and are trying to save

this vital service. The petition

can be signed at https://

our.actionstation.org.nz/p/

bromleybus

Among a myriad of other

events so far this year, we

recently hosted a big Matariki

celebration.

Our next event will be a Repair

Café on September 15, when

people can bring their bicycles,

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Bromley centre workers take on bus changes

Fire rages, homes at risk

clothes, tools and other broken

bits and pieces along to the

centre and our team of menders

and up-cyclers will help fix

them.

Before taking on this role, I

have held a wide range of jobs in

event co-ordination, theatre and

performing arts, human services,

administration, hospitality and

tourism sectors, most recently

working as an assistant stage

manager at The Court Theatre.

My role at Bromley Community

Centre manages to somehow

perfectly combine all my skill

sets, interests and passion into

one fun, versatile and rewarding

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EMPOWERING: Members of the Aranui Neighbourhood

Policing Team have been working with Haeata Community

Campus students to build positive connections between

police and students.

Police build on relationship

with Haeata students

ARANUI’S neighbourhood

policing team is always out and

about in the community, whether

on push bikes, by foot or in their

“ice cream truck”.

But it has been a busy year

for the team as it works with

Haeata Community Campus to

help build positive connections

between police and students.

The team has been stationed in

Aranui for nearly two years with

the objective of reducing crime

and victimisation, while also

strengthening connections with

the community and supporting

existing initiatives, organisations

and educational providers.

The team’s involvement at the

school takes on several roles

throughout the week.

Senior Constable Barry Campbell

said boxing is one of the

consistent ways of connecting

with younger students.

He said police support boxing

coach Jamie Roberts’ weekly

programme, A Town Boxing.

“His programme is bringing

about positive change in our

young people,” he said.

The team sees the value of

connecting with young people

through sport, such as early

morning basketball, waka ama,

and boxing. Sausage sizzles and

having fun are also key methods

of breaking down barriers and

building rapport.

Connections are also being

built through the police mentoring

programme, which has been

developed this year within the

Haeata Services Programme. It

allows students the opportunity

to meet, interact with and learn

from police officers from a variety

of roles and backgrounds.

“The students get to see that

it is possible for them to achieve

and to learn about the different

areas of policing that they might

be interested in,” Senior Constable

Campbell said.

He has worked in Aranui for

the past eight years and describes

the community as being incredibly

tight-knit and resilient.

He credits the team for taking

every opportunity to be involved

in connecting with students at

Haeata and the wider community.

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by 5pm each Wednesday

JP Clinic at Shirley Library

Tuesday, 10am–1pm

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.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd

Storytimes/Wā Kōrerō

Tuesday, 10.30-11am

Encourage learning through a

love for stories. Storytimes is an

interactive programme including

stories, songs, rhymes and play.

This is a free session.

New Brighton Library, 213

Marine Pde, and Shirley Library,

36 Marshland Rd

Babytimes/Wā Pēpi

Tuesday, 11.15-11.45am

Encourage learning through

language. Babytimes is an

interactive programme including

rhymes, songs, stories and play.

This is a free session.

Aranui Library, 109 Aldershot

St

Scrabble Club

Tuesday, 1.30-2.30pm

Do you enjoy scrabble? Go

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folk.

Parklands Library, 46

Queenspark Drive

Rocket Club

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm

The Rocket Club is a weekly

after-school programme during

term time. All family are

welcome to join the club and

become involved in different

activities based on local and

current events in a fun learning

environment. Homework help is

available. Free to attend and no

bookings required.

Aranui Library, 109 Aldershot St

CV Drop-in

Thursday, 10-11.30am

A librarian will be on hand to

assist customers who need help

with their resume. You will be

offered guidance on creating,

updating, and editing your CV.

New Brighton Library, 213

Marine Pde

Cards Club

Friday, 1.30-3.30pm

The weekly club is on every

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Free, no bookings required.

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FLOWING WORDS: Visit the New Brighton Library to celebrate National Poetry Day. There will be

performances from writers Jeni Curtis, David Gregory, Jeffrey Paparoa Holman and The School

for Young Writers director Heather McQuillan. For more information, go to the National Poetry

Day Facebook page. Suitable for all ages. It will be held at the New Brighton Library, 213 Marine

Pde, on Saturday, 2-3pm. ​

Barrier Free Computing

Saturday, 10am-noon

The Computer for Special

Needs Trust is an organisation

that offers assistance with

using computers for people

experiencing a disability in

a friendly and supportive

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numeracy development. There

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socialising with others with

similar interests. Standard

library printing and copying

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New Brighton Seaside Market

Saturday, 10am-2pm

Held in the New Brighton

mall every Saturday, there will

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crafts of all kinds and food stalls,

face-painting and entertainment

– all just across the road from

the beach and the new children’s

playground. The event is free.

New Brighton Pedestrian Mall

Winter Art Exhibition – Cut

Above

Runs until Saturday –

Monday to Friday, 11am-4pm,

and Saturday and Sunday, noon-

3pm

Go along to the Eastside

Gallery’s winter art exhibition

Cut Above. It will feature work

from The Learning Connexion

diploma graduate Maree Cole,

self-taught multimedia artist

Gina Hubert and regular

exhibitor George Aranui.

Linwood Community

Arts Centre, 388 Worcester

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FOCUS ON HEALTH

1 in 2 people

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Emerging research has shown as many as 50% of older adults and

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Tuesday August 21 2018 15

HOME & HEATING

Get rid of

dampness

in your house

The

Now with the colder and wetter weather on

its way, home owners are focusing on ways

to make their homes comfortable, warm and

healthy for their families throughout winter.

Rising damp is an issue that affects many of

our older properties which suffer from poor, or

no, insulation. In Canterbury especially, postquake,

many people have relocated to homes

that suffer from rising damp which can be

associated with health problems. Independent

tests have shown that up to 40 litres of water can

rise from the ground and enter a house every

day, leading to mildew, mould, condensation

and musty smells. Moulds can produce

various allergic reactions and the

frail, elderly and very young are

especially vulnerable.

Canterbury Foam Concrete

Ltd is a locally owned and

operated firm. The team

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against rising moisture. An unexpected

benefit that the team at Canterbury Foam

Concrete have noticed recently, is that many

owners of properties which had underfloor

foam concrete installed, reported that it also

provided protection against liquefaction after

the earthquakes.

Contact Canterbury Foam Concrete Ltd

now for your free, no obligation quote and

complimentary appraisal of your underfloor

ventilation needs. Phone 03 376 4608 or

0508 362626 for more information.

Bathroom

ventilation

extraction of air from the bathroom should By extracting air from the bathroom to outside,

be a priority for all houses and commercial warmer air from inside the house will move in

buildings.

to the bathroom. Whereas opening a window

Bathrooms can generate a large quantity can draw cold air into the bathroom and blow

of steam and odours. It is important this the smelly, moisture laden bathroom air into

compromised air does not circulate around the house.

the house.

Modern houses are built to be very airtight

Bathroom odours can be unpleasant, especially and require mechanical ventilation such as

when near living, sleeping or working areas. extraction fans or heat exchanger systems.

The moisture generated by showers and baths Although older houses can be draughty, the air

can be damaging to your home and furnishings often flows in the wrong direction. Therefore,

and be a major contribution to condensation. they also usually require mechanical ventilation

Damp houses are not a healthy environment to keep the air quality higher.

for anyone to live in, especially for children or The quality of the air we breathe affects our

other vulnerable people.

health and ability to perform. We breathe in

and out approximately 20,000 litres of air every

day. It is therefore very important to ensure

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What’s On

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