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RESIDENTS WILL get a

chance to voice ideas on how

to use around 50 pockets of

red-zoned land between the

Heathcote Valley and Sumner

this week.

A meeting set for tomorrow

night at Redcliffs’ St Andrew’s

Church would allow residents

to share their ideas and talk to

Land Information New Zealand

about the process of bringing

them to life.

Sumner Community

Residents Association member

Liza Sparrow said food forests

and community gardens were

common suggestions, but people

might want anything.

“Someone might want to

put a disco mat on it, who

knows.

“We’ve got this beautiful land

that can’t have houses on it, but

we might be able to use it.”

The meeting would be split

into two parts – one hour of

background information and

IDEA: Jocelyn Papprill at the red-zoned site where a group of Mt Pleasant residents hope to get a food forest established. ​

then an hour to discuss ideas in

groups.

“We’ll also have Jane Gregg

from Life in Vacant Places who

will explain projects that have

happened in the city, that they’ve

done short-term,” Ms Sparrow

said.

Mt Pleasant Residents’ Association

member Jocelyn Papprill

said she had been part of a group

looking into starting a food forest

since last year.

The Aratoro Pl site was close

enough to the Mt Pleasant Community

Centre, she said, that

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Police won’t help pay for cameras

Community

board could

now stump up

• By Matt Salmons

POLICE WILL not help pay

for crime cameras proposed in

Sumner and now residents will

seek community board funding.

Concerned residents raised

$4000 to buy two CCTV cameras

last year, but were told they

needed cameras which would

work with the Christchurch City

Crime Camera Network.

The two cameras will cost

$20,000, leaving them $16,000

short.

Police previously told the residents

that money may have been

available for the cameras from a

discretionary fund.

However, a letter from police

to the Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board quashed

its financial support for the

proposed cameras due to a lack

of funding.

South Island police district

services manager Kelvin Giddens

said the budget allocated towards

the cameras had been halved this

year.

Mr Giddens said for the past

seven years, police and the city

council had worked in partnership

to maintain and expand the

camera network.

“We have been advised by the

Christchurch Transport Operations

Centre, who manage the

installation and maintenance

of the camera network, that the

allocated funds will not allow for

any expansion.

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PREVENTION: Sumner residents plan to seek community

board funding for crime cameras after police said they could

not financially support the plan.

“Therefore, regrettably, there

is no existing funding available

to support the proposed camera

installation in Sumner.”

Police and city council staff

investigated possible sites for

the cameras in Sumner on September

11. A report said further

engineering assessments were

required.

Camera advocate Kath Preston

said the lack of funding meant

residents now “had to go to the

[Linwood-Central-Heathcote]

Community Board.”

“All up, we need $20,000.

We’ve raised $4000 ourselves,

but we still need another

$16,000.”

Ms Preston and other concerned

residents want to meet

with the community board next

month to put forward a case for

funding.

“We know they’ve funded

other cameras [in Linwood] in

the past, so they may be happy

to.”

If the community board does

not help pay for the cameras,

the residents would be “back to

square one” and would look at

fundraising, Ms Preston said.

The plan for the crime cameras

was prompted by a spate of aggravated

burglaries in Sumner

and Mt Pleasant last year. A

31-year-old man was jailed for

three years in relation to them

and other offences.

“I’m just taking one step at

a time. This has all become

more complex than I originally

thought it would be,” Ms Preston

said.

“It’s still definitely in the

pipeline, we just don’t have the

money.”

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A woman trapped in a public

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before the brigade arrived. He

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Wednesday September 19 2018

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Views divided

on freedom

campers

• By Matt Salmons

SOME WANT more of them,

some want less of them,

opinions of freedom campers in

Akaroa are a mixed bag.

A panel comprising Deputy

Mayor Andrew Turner,

councillor David East and

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board member

Tim Lindley considered written

and verbal submissions from

Akaroa residents on proposed

changes to the 2015 Freedom

Camping Bylaw on Monday.

The proposed changes would

prohibit freedom camping in

the whole township, but continue

to allow freedom camping

for self-contained vehicles in a

designated area of Rue Brittan.

Common themes from the

submissions included potential

fire risks, lack of toilet facilities,

a need to meet growth in

the town, the impact on local

camping grounds and all types

of tourists becoming the target

of those who “want to keep

Akaroa as a retirement village.”

Concerns were also raised

about “fake” self-contained vehicles,

or campers not using the

vehicle’s on-board facilities.

Ideas for red zone land wanted

•From page 1

She said the group was

working with LINZ on a health

and safety plan and design to

turn a Aratoro Pl site into a food

forest of berry trees.

“It’s not just rocking up, digging

it up and planting some

Community ideas:

Liza Sparrow – Sumner

Community Residents’

Association/Sumner Skate

and Green: Finding uses for

the red-zoned pockets was

an opportunity to secure a

replacement village green,

Ms Sparrow

said. An

empty site

at 20 and 24

Nayland St

would be

ideal for this,

she said.

“We really hope we can

turn that into a community

site.” A fenced-off area

of Heberden Ave, at the

intersection with Nayland

St could also make a nice

park or walkway she said.

“Locals I’m sure would love

to be able to walk through it.

There must be an area there

that’s safe for walkers.”

trees,” she said.

Mrs Papprill said approaching

LINZ as a community group

would make them more likely to

be interested in working on any

ideas. A core group was needed

to ensure projects were taken

through to the end.

Paul Cragg – Predator

Free Sumner member:

Mr Cragg said getting

more land for the Sumner

Community Garden would

be his first pick. “Also fruit

trees, there’s a lot of vacant

land around Sumner that’s

just grass at

the moment.”

Mr Cragg said

he would like

to see fruit

and berry

trees, as well

as native

trees planted in those areas

to attract native birds back

to the area. “The real pie-inthe-sky

one is somewhere

for the penguins to roost in

Sumner. Maybe near Shag

Rock? A tunnel under the

road or something? This is

me dreaming now.”

“There’s no point in doing anything

unless you’ve got buy-in

from the community.

“We need some people

with the time to move it forward.”

Ms Sparrow said the need for

cohesive plans and meeting safety

Gareth Davies –

Shoreline Youth Trust

manager: The failed

Māori Village tourist site in

Ferrymead had “a question

mark over it too,” Mr Davies

said. “I’d love to see that

turned into a massive

netted aviary/

sanctuary

for birds and

wildlife. This

comes to

mind with one

or two of the

red zones in

our area.” Mr Davies said

even miniature aviaries

“would be neat.” “Otherwise

some fast growing fruit

trees or mini-forests would

be great with some nice

private seating for people to

hang out in. I think we have

enough

parks for children around

our area now.”

requirements meant it was important

to start talking about what the

community wanted now.

“We’ll only be able to do what

LINZ allows us to do of course,”

she said.

•Meeting – St Andrew’s

Church, Redcliffs, 7-9pm

Kathy Bartlett –

Mt Pleasant Centre

community development

co-ordinator: Although

she was only concerned

with what could happen

in Mt Pleasant, Ms Bartlett

said she knew a number

of people

interested in

community

gardens.

“There might

be other

ideas, but

that’s what

I’m hearing

the most.” The idea of a

food forest at Aratoro Place

was one she knew well, but

there “may be other pockets

out there I’m not aware of.”

She said she was “all for”

ideas that would enliven

some of the “dead spaces

for community use.”

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Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community

Board member Darrell

Latham writes about

the value of local news

sources in communities

THE FOURTH Estate refers to

the watchdog role of the media.

A role that is most important to

an effective democracy.

Mention the word ‘media’ and

perhaps we conjure up images

of prime time television or lead

stories in the daily newspaper.

However, I’ve been reflecting

on that premise recently and I

have done a complete rethink.

Prime time TV and the daily

newspaper have their place. Both

keep us informed about world

events and national news, distant

places, hatches, matches and

dispatches.

Nonetheless, something was

missing. It took a while for me to

spot the missing ingredient, and

then the penny dropped. It was

one word. Just one word that can

stand alone but the real heart of

it means standing together. That

word is ‘community’.

How do people learn about

their local community? The

main stream media provides the

occasional morsel. However, not

enough to nourish one’s appetite

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2018

• By Matt Salmons and Georgia

O’Connor-Harding

DARRELL LATHAM says

he is resolute in spite of fellow

community board members

not coming out and supporting

his call for an independent

investigation into alleged District

Plan tampering.

The Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board

member is facing a code of

conduct complaint alongside

Coastal Ward councillor

David East, Coastal-Burwood

Community Board chairwoman

Kim Money and deputy

chairman Tim Sintes.

The group said omission of

a discretionary rule in the city

council’s High Flood Hazard

Management Area policy was

against the intentions of the

replacement District Plan

independent hearing’s panel.

Without the discretionary

rule, also known as the enabling

clause, Redcliffs and Southshore

residents are finding it almost

impossible to build or extend

properties on 1486 sites within

a residential unit overlay of the

HFHMA.

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community board members

who responded to questions from

the Bay Harbour News said they

agreed with Dr Latham that issues

with the HFHMA policy needed

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to be resolved by the city council.

However, none of them

supported his call for an

independent inquiry into the

alleged District Plan tampering

or his participation in a media

conference last week.

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Dr Latham said being an

elected representative was not

“tea and biscuits” and was happy

to take the disciplinary action if

it “got something done.”

“It’s got me into a little bit of

bother, but my conscience is clean.

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“If I’m wrong in doing that,

then I apologise. But that is

certainly not the reaction I’m

getting from the community.”

Mr Latham said he believed

the issue of coastal hazard policy

would “absolutely” be an issue

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Latham stays strong as

board support is muted

RESOLUTE:

Darrell

Latham says

he is more

than willing

to face the

disciplinary

action

resulting

from his

actions as he

was elected

to fight for

the residents

of Redcliffs.

at next year’s local body elections.

“This [HFHMA] issue is the

thin edge of the wedge and

there’s much more to come. We

need to ensure the community

voice is heard in respect to these

issues.” •Turn to page 4

RESOLUTE: On page 1 last week, Darrell Latham said he is

more than willing to face the disciplinary action resulting from

his call for an independent investigation into alleged District

Plan tampering.

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Case in point, recent events

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messages out to our communities

about a city council policy

and its impact on people.

How does one achieve this?

Cutting to the chase – the

point of my commentary is to

say a big thank you to our Star

Media community newspapers

(Bay Harbour News is part of

that stable), which collectively

raised the issues and featured

different angles of our story week

after week after week.

Technical details and personal

stories were shared. The hard

questions were asked of the city

council, and we won.

The mayor has promised that

a vital clause missed out of the

District Plan will now be fixed

and an independent inquiry will

determine how this has happened.

Bay Harbour News did not

give up on us, and its coverage

informed people and achieved

results. Well done as you punch

above your weight.

Without a sense of caring there

can be no sense of community.

Thank you Star Media and

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Moncks Bay slipway costs

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• By Matt Salmons

THE NEW Moncks

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at a cost of $36,500 to

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The cost came as a pleasant

surprise to Christchurch

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Lindsay Ebert, who said

he had worried about how

much it drew from public

coffers.

“It’s not as bad as I’d

thought, I thought it would

be a lot more,” Mr Ebert

said.

“Never mind, we’ve got

a good slip out of it, and so

does the public.”

The total cost of

removing the fibreglass

panels and installing the

concrete replacement

was $36,500, city council

manager capital delivery

community Darren Moses

said.

That cost included the

panels’ manufacture,

site excavation, fencing,

removal of excess soil,

installing geotextile and

concrete haunch support

timbers, pumping grout

REPLACEMENT: The

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into the void and tidying

up the site.

The concrete panel slipway

was installed last week

to replace a trial fibreglass

slipway which was too

small for the site.

“It [removing the fibreglass

panels] would be a

minimal cost as it simply

involved unscrewing two

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sets of hinges and lifting

out the panels,” Mr Moses

said.

Mr Ebert said he was

not “decrying what they’ve

done” as it was “fantastic.”

“It’s just a pity they didn’t

do it properly in the first

place,” he said.

Mr Moses said the trial

was to see how the $16,000

fibreglass panels would

work in a coastal environment.

“If this had been

successful then those

panels would have

provided an option to lay

on top of other existing

slipways to help extend

their useable life,” he said.

The breakdown of the

$16,000 cost was $3000 for

the panels, $3000 for the

installation and $10,000 to

remove the old, damaged

slipway.

“That cost would have

been incurred regardless,”

Mr Moses said.

The fibreglass panels

were now being used on

an old timber ramp at

Windsports Park to extend

its life.

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Our People

Wil Wright

From conflict to the quiet life

Former military man

Wil Wright is planning

to open his Sumner

home as The Film Poster

Gallery to display his

vast collection of original

classic posters. Matt

Salmons caught up with

the 43-year-old Second

Gulf War veteran to talk

movies, conflict zones

and galleries

Where did you grow up?

I was born in Eastbourne on

the south-east coast of England.

My parents worked on various

large stately homes as staff and

we’d live on the grounds. It

wasn’t like Downtown Abby servant

quarters, but we had a home

on the grounds. Most of them

were in the country, so it was a

very rural environment.

Can you tell me about your

family?

My parents are still in the

United Kingdom and my partner

Alex is a a GP, she works as a

study doctor at the Christchurch

Clinical Studies Trust. She’s

a Kiwi, born and bred in Mt

Pleasant. We met through a

friend of a friend. We were living

in Cashmere for the last five

years but we wanted to get away

from the hustle and bustle of the

city and moved to Sumner in

April. Now we walk on the beach

every morning with our labrador

Bindi.

What about your career

history?

My father was in the armed

forces, in the 1st Battalion

Parachute Regiment. From a

very young age he was keen that

I followed his footsteps. I joined

the army at 16 and completed an

apprenticeship as an armourer,

kind of like a gunsmith. I

repaired and maintained the

weapons from handguns all the

way up to tanks and artillery.

After training I was posted to

Germany with the Royal Dragoon

Guards, a tank regiment.

After three years I moved over

to the Royal Tank Regiment,

still in Germany. It was after the

Berlin Wall came down, but we

still had a strong presence there.

From there I went back to the

UK in the late 90s to join the 24

Airmobile Brigade in Essex and

joined P Company, a parachute

selection course, following in my

father’s footsteps. After passing

selection I joined the 16th Air

Assault Brigade was deployed to

Sierra Leone in 2000 with the 1st

Battalion Parachute Regiment.

Tell me about Sierra Leone?

The Air Mobile Brigade had

combined with 5th Airborne

Brigade to become the 16th Air

CAREER: Poster boy and

founder of The Film Poster

Gallery, Wil Wright.

Assault Brigade. The first job for

that brigade was in Sierra Leone,

where the Revolutionary United

Front were converging on the

capital, Freetown. The rebels

would butcher locals, chop their

hands and arms off. We were

sent because there were British

ex-patriots over there. Inside

Freetown, it was quite an intense

situation. For the first few weeks

we secured the area. The infantry

would go out on patrol to make

our presence known to the RUF.

United Nations troops who were

being attacked came into our

perimeter to be protected. After

a few weeks, the Royal Marine

Commandos relieved us and we

went home.

Did you fight in any other big

conflicts?

In Christmas 2002, while

with the 1st Battalion Royal

Irish Regiment in the airborne

brigade, we were told there

could be a situation in Iraq.

After Christmas we were shipped

to Kuwait and set up base near

the Iraq border. We drew the

short straw to go over first. The

day and night before we invaded,

we could see Scud missiles

coming over and felt the impact

of them hitting behind us. We

didn’t know what was in them,

so when one hit, alarms would

go off and we would put our gas

masks on.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Did you see frontline combat?

I was attached to a rifle

company, we were the frontline.

Saddam Hussein knew we were

coming, so the troops he put on

the border against us were poorly

fed and armed. The prisoners we

took hadn’t eaten in days and had

odd and sods for uniforms. You

felt sorry for them, they’d been

put there as cannon fodder, these

guys had been through hell. They

were only too keen to surrender

right away. As you approached

a town, you’d find abandoned

tanks, weapons and equipment

and groups of civilians who you

knew had been in those tanks

and uniforms half an hour ago.

They didn’t want to fight, which

was good enough for us. The

locals would hand in weapons

and I would decommission them.

Because we were advancing so

fast we had to throw a lot of them

in the Euphrates River. Eventually

we ended up in Al Amarah.

Shortly afterwards the ceasefire

took place and we were replaced

with peacekeeping troops.

What did you do afterwards?

I felt my experience had peaked

with the Iraq invasion and that

was my time to bow out, after

14 years. I got a job through a

former soldier with Bapty & Co

in the film industry, working as

on-set armourer. I did two seasons

of Dr Who and other shows

like Spooks and The Bill. My first

film was Flyboys, which is about

World War 1 air combat. Most

of the filming was green-screen,

so I would mount the Vickers

and Maxim machine guns on the

SERVICE: Wil Wright with the toppled statue of Saddam Hussein during the Second Gulf War and protecting United Nations

personnel in Sierra Leone.

fake biplanes and make sure they

worked. From there I worked

with the zombie film 28 Weeks

Later.

Did you get on-camera at all?

The thing with weapons is

they can be quite dangerous. The

props company would rather

a trained person used them in

scenes where they are fired. So,

in Flyboys I was a German fighter

pilot and in 28 Weeks Later I was

a sniper, shooting zombies from

a rooftop. I was also in the last

scene of Atonement because the

crew was in period uniform too.

When did you come to New

Zealand?

I’d previously applied to the

New Zealand Defence Force and

in 2008 I got confirmation that

I had been accepted. I reported

to Burnham for a three-year

stint with the engineering company.

After a short time I was

promoted to platoon sergeant

and then company operations

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What did you do during that

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I managed some of the cordon

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which was quite a dangerous

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and empty cash registers for the

owners. It was quite eerie, people

had been at the tables, there

were newspapers open, drinks

not finished and mouldy food.

It was like time had stopped,

like everyone had just vanished.

You’d see these huge rats eating

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Where to from there?

After 17 years-plus in the

military I took some time out

and spent three years as a project

manager at the Art Centre

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attention to turning my hobby

of film poster collecting into a

career.

Where did that hobby come

from?

My father was a fan of the old

black-and-white movies and

post-war British stars. As a result

I was raised on them. Most of

them were war-themed. Along

with that, I developed an interest

in the old posters, which is why I

bought my first one, The Longest

Day. As I grew up I developed

my own taste in movies, like

Ghostbusters and Back To The

Future, and obviously the advertising

material for them. I then

started taking an interest in the

artists who created the posters

like Drew Struzan and British

artist Tom Chantrell. Once you

get one artist’s work in your collection,

you tend to want to get

their back catalogue. My service

around the world allowed me to

FILM CAREER: Wright as a sniper in zombie apocalypse film 28 Weeks Later and on the set of Dr Who with the crew from the

BBC series.

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pop in to local theatres to see if

they had any spare posters lying

around. It’s quite relaxing as a

hobby. It’s all personal taste, but

having a link to movies as well

is quite interesting. It got to the

point where there was too many

to just store them and I created a

website to sell off duplicate material.

Hopefully, by this Christmas

we’ll be able to open up our home

to people to come and see them.

I’m looking forward to seeing

people’s reactions.

Do you work on anything

else?

No, I’m purely on the gallery

and the website, archiving and

trying to get it set up. Money I get

from selling duplicates and Alex’s

job allows me to concentrate

on forming this into something

more than just a hobby.

Why start The Film Poster

Gallery?

I think these older-style

designs had more relevance.

People might not have seen

trailers then so the only way to

sell tickets was to have bright

and interesting posters. As a

result, some of these posters are

quite breathtaking. If anyone has

any of those around, I’m trying

to draw attention to them that

there are people out there who do

collect them and are willing to

put time and effort in to restoring

them. I’m just keen to show off

some of those old posters and,

hopefully, it will spark an interest

in chasing down those old films

to watch.

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Wednesday September 19 2018

News

$120,000

allocated for

Akaroa toilets

AKAROA WILL soon be able to

provide more relief for tourists,

after receiving a grant towards

toilet infrastructure.

The town was granted $120,000

last week from the Tourism

Infrastructure Fund towards new

facilities.

The Ministry of Business,

Innovation and Employmentcontrolled

fund provides up to

$25 million annually for the

development of tourism-related

infrastructure such as car parks,

freedom camping facilities,

sewerage and water works and

transport projects.

It aims to address capacity constraints,

and support regions in

realising their tourism potential.

Applications are approved by

the Minister of Tourism.

City council head of parks Andrew

Rutledge says the funding

for new amenities will help lift the

pressure of cruise ship visitors,

day trippers and campers on the

town’s facilities.

“The funding approval has

come at the perfect time as

Akaroa works to deal with the

growing popularity of the region

and the multiple demands of domestic

and international visitors,”

he said.

Pathway gets Maori name

• By Matt Salmons

A TE reo Māori name gifted to

the Coastal Pathway can finally

be revealed.

The walking track will now

carry the title Te Ara Ihutai,

which refers to the area’s history

as a mahinga kai, a traditional

food and material gathering site,

for a number of Ngāi Tahu hapū,

or sub-tribes.

It also

reflected the

way the area

looked like

the nose of

Papatūānuku,

the earth

Kirsty

Rueppell

mother.

Christchurch

Coastal

Pathway Group

funding co-ordinator Kirsty

Rueppell said a Māori name for

the pathway had been sought for

seven years.

“We’re really excited, it’s a

fantastic name. It’s been a long

time coming.”

Mrs Rueppell said the name

was gifted to the group by

Canterbury University Professor

Te Maire Tau in his capacity

as upoko, head, of Te Ngāi

Tūāhuriri Rūnanga.

“It finishes it off really. It’s such

a historic area and its story needs

to be told.”

The name had been a secret

before and was being revealed

to grow awareness of progress

on the pathway, which stretched

from Scott Park to Scarborough,

Mrs Rueppell said.

The group was also gifted

a name for an eco-reserve

opposite the site of the new

Redcliffs School, Te Papa

Raekura.

That name related to the red

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Te Ara Ihutai.

Fire rages, homes at risk

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Mrs Rueppell said.

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November.

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Twenty people between six and

100 were needed for the Lyttelton

Arts Factory’s biggest community

theatre event, with rehearsals set

to begin next month for the January

show.

Co-directors Mike Friend and

Hester Ullyart will run the casting.

The most produced play in the

United States, Our Town, was a

72-year-old drama about a small

town of average people.

The story had been adapted to

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Hester Ullyart and Joe Bennett.

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• By Matt Salmons

REPRESENTATIVES: Jed O’Donoghue, Felix Dawson, Pam Richardson, Tyrone Fields and

Andrew Turner gather for a meeting about the seafarers’ centre. ​

COMMITMENTS to continued

funding and finding a new

location have come from a

public meeting about the future

of the Lyttelton Seafarers’

Centre.

More than 40 Lyttelton

residents joined representatives

from the Seafarers’ Centre,

Seafarers’ Welfare Board for

New Zealand, city council and

community boards for the

meeting on September 9.

Welfare Board chairman

John McLister said the meeting

highlighted aspirations the town

had for the welcome they could

provide to seafarers.

“No one in Lyttelton wants to

see seafarers standing on a street

corner. They just want a functioning

seafarers’ centre.”

Seafarers arriving in Lyttelton

used the Norwich Quay centre

to relax and contact families.

But funding and volunteer constraints

meant the centre could

only open five nights a week and

accommodate 18 people.

Its lease on the current site

would expire in 2021.

Deputy Mayor and Banks

Peninsula Community Board

member Andrew Turner said

there was also “concern about

how the issue will be exacerbated”

by the return of the cruise

ships in 2020.

“We don’t want to find them

out of a home or ill-equipped to

meet the demand from increasing

numbers of arriving seafarers,”

Cr Turner said.

The city council had no legal

responsibility towards seafarers

welfare, Cr Turner said, but it

was “a question of moral responsibility.”

“The people of Lyttelton made

it very clear that they want us

to provide a quality welcome to

all visitors to the port, and that

includes seafarers.”

He said the city council had

provided $10,000 of operational

funding to the centre this year

and he committed to having

staff investigate ways to continue

that funding into the future.

Using voluntary contributions

from shipping companies

towards the operation of the

centre would also be investigated

with the Lyttelton Port

Company, Cr Turner said.

He said there was a “process

under way” to investigate using

the former Donald St Stables

as a new site for the centre. The

former Lyttelton Museum site

was also considered.

Mr McLister said there could

be hundreds of crew arriving

daily when the cruise ships

returned. “It’s not just a welfare

issue but making sure Lyttelton

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Sumner resident Christine

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I HAD never been out on the

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Design for Collett’s Corner selected

Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Matt Salmons

A LINK to Lyttelton’s creative

chaos put design group in:flux’s

design The Hive on top in

the Collett’s Corner design

competition.

The winners were announced

on Friday morning after the jury

of Deputy Mayor Andrew Turner,

Tony van Raat and Ohu founder

Camia Young came to a decision.

“I would say it was extremely

difficult. It was not an easy decision,”

Ms Young said.

“All three were remarkable, and

I would have been happy with

each and all of them.”

The 1144 online votes also

impacted the decision, Ms Young

said.

When finished, Collett’s Corner

would be a 2300m2 mixeduse

building including accommodation,

workspaces, cinemas,

a bar, restaurant and hot baths.

Winning design group in:flux

was selected thanks to its recognition

of the area’s context, carefully

curated arrangement and

use of scale.

Combining grand size and

human scale were very difficult

to do in architectural design, Ms

Young said, and designs normally

only achieved one or the other.

She said in:flux had also

incorporated many suggestions

put forward by the community

earlier in the competition.

The in:flux team said they were

excited to help realise Ohu’s plan

after winning the competition.

Member Paul Anselmi said

to would be exciting to see how

the community would use their

design.

“On the other hand I think

the proposed prefabrication and

timber construction would be

exciting to see grow and add to

Lyttleton’s unique streetscape

and scale,” he said.

As well as their design being

used for the build, in:flux took

home $10,000.

The other designers, Oto Group

and AHHA were also recognised

for aspects of their designs and

each received $5000.

All three finalists had been

selected from a group of 31 initial

entries and had presented their

designs at a September 6 event.

Ohu was now looking for

business owners for the site

and would hold a second public

gathering on October 17 to share

the outline of the investment

proposal.

CREATIVE CHAOS: Blending with Lyttelton’s creative vibe won

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Young people show passion for our natural environment

By Yvette Couch-Lewis,

chair of the Whaka-Ora/Healthy Harbour project

It has been a while since my last update. The partner organisations

(Te Hapū o Ngāti Wheke, Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu, Environment

Canterbury, Christchurch City Council, and the Lyttelton Port Company)

have been busy since the action plan for restoring the cultural and

ecological health of Whakaraupō was launched at Rāpaki in March.

Our priority has been to drive the implementation of the Whaka-Ora

Healthy Harbour catchment plan and this starts with the appointment

of a manager to begin engaging with the community. One of the key

tasks for this person will be talking to local groups about how to support

community initiatives that seek to restore our harbour. More on this with

our next update.

We have also started to engage with the three schools within

Whakaraupō; Lyttelton School, Governors Bay School and Diamond

Harbour School. The partners have agreed to fund these schools to

undertake a project in their community that will help deliver the goals of

the restoration plan.

Recently, I had the pleasure of presenting our catchment plan to

Lyttelton Primary School. We talked about being a good kaitiaki

(guardian) and what their aspirations are for the future of their

space within the natural environment.

These students will be working on two of the ecological bands as set

out in the plan – Rocky Outcrops and Indigenous Forest, and Hills and

Lowlands – at Urumau Reserve/Port Saddle – on the eastern side of

Lyttelton. It is an area important for native plant regeneration, and

habitat for native bird and reptile species.

We are also supporting Diamond Harbour School, along with the Banks

Peninsula Water Zone Committee, Ministry of Education and Orton

Bradley Park, on projects to restore and celebrate Te Wharau Stream

(in Orton Bradley Park). I loved the passion of our rangitahi (young

people) to care for and restore the korowai we want to weave around

the harbour and its catchment.

At the launch the signed plan was wrapped in a korowai to symbolise

that it now protects the catchment of Whakaraupō. Each partner held

the plan and gave their commitment to its delivery. As part of this, the

korowai will rotate between the partner organisations as a reminder of

their commitment.

In July an important event took place where Rāpaki handed the

korowai over to the Lyttelton Port Company. Rāpaki will always be the

kaitiaki of the narrative of the Whaka Ora korowai yet we understand

that Rāpaki cannot do it alone, nor can the community. We all must

be kaitiaki. Our Korowai is a taonga (treasure) and one day it will no

longer be needed as a protective cloak and it will stand alone to be

admired once the plan is implemented.

Peter Davie (LPC CEO) with Yvette Couch-Lewis and Councillor Andrew

Turner at the landing over of the Korowai.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Matt Salmons

CAR FIRES, smoke, fire engines

and cliff rescues, Governors Bay

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incidents for an annual training

day on Saturday.

Volunteers from the Governors

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crews.

Governors Bay Volunteer Fire

Brigade chief fire officer Andrew

Norris said the annual event went

“perfect.”

The 52 firefighters and 14

“setters” taking part, spent the

morning rotating between four

scenarios.

“They’re the people running the

scenarios. We call them setters

because they set the scene,” Mr

Norris said.

The four scenarios were rescuing

a heart attack victim from

a dinghy, recovering a crashed

mountain-biker, controlling a

vegetation fire and dealing with a

car fire.

“The basic of it is to keep it

simple,” Mr Norris said.

“We had patients with realistic

wounds, like broken bones and

things like that.”

The life-like wounds were made

by Mr Norris’ niece Alix Fields

BURN-OFF: Firefighters practice tackling a vegetation fire.

“She’s really into cosmetic structure fire at the old vicarage

wounds for fancy dress and by St Cuthbert’s Church.

parties. They were just made of Mr Norris said organisers filled

latex and tissue paper . . . but they the building with a harmless

looked really good.”

smoke so firefighters could practice

recovering people.

A few people took to community

Facebook groups to ask why For the final exercise, Governors

Bay firefighters set up

so many emergency services were

in the area, but only one group abseiling gear at a Governors

was approached by the public. Bay – Teddington Rd quarry to

“Some people went up to the simulate a cliff rescue.

guys doing the mountain-biker Four firefighters from the

recovery to ask if it was real,” Mr Woolston station assisted with

Norris said.

the exercise as they had the training

to retrieve the patient using a

“I’m not aware of anyone being

overly concerned, but it is possible,

we had fire engines running “They go down, load him up

rescue basket.

about the bays.”

and everyone else was involved

Afterwards, firefighters converged

to take on a simulated

in haulage . . . pulling them back

up.”

DESCENT: Rescuing a patient at a Governors Bay Teddington

Rd quarry.

REALISTIC: A patient is checked during car fire training.


Wednesday September 19 2018

Your Local Views

Sumner

Community

Hub community

development

and events

co-ordinator Liza

Sparrow

writes about

the work the hub does in

the community and how

people can get involved

OPERATING A community

Hub from the old police

station in Sumner, the Sumner

Community Residents’

Association is an impressive

example of locals in action,

serving the area since the early

1900s.

SCRA is passionate about

the wonderful community in

Sumner and believes that connecting

locals helps to improve

well being.

Hosting events such as the

Great Sumner Picnic and Neighbourhood

Night are examples of

this.

Advocating on behalf of its

community, SCRA ensures

issues are dealt with by the appropriate

agencies.

Leading and supporting

conversations around use of redzoned

land, the Sumner Master

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It continues to be

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a variety of groups who share a

common desire to give back to

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Staying in operation is tricky

as donations and grants are hard

to come by.

SCRA is grateful to those who

help out by hiring the 12-seater

van (at $0.77c per km) or donate

to the Sumner Hub’s Givealittle

page.

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this week;

namely the

opening of the

Scarborough

Playground

and the city council’s

commitment to look into

issues with flood hazard

policies in the District Plan

EVERY COMMUNITY facility

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recently.

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playground was just full of

children having fun (and their

parents too).

Our local councillors Sara

Templeton and Yani Johanson,

alongside community board

members Darrell Latham and

Tim Lindley, did a sterling job of

conducting the official “opening”

in spite of the fact that it was

pretty obvious that all the locals

had opened it themselves – and

were having a great time.

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The playground renovation

has taken a huge amount of

energy and time (and quite a lot

of money) and tributes should

also be paid to the council staff

who led the project and all the

contractors involved.

It will give many hours of happiness

to a lot of people and that’s

pretty important. The project

was considerably enhanced by

a generous donation from the

Carter Trust and this also deserves

our thanks and acknowledgement.

I know a lot of people get

concerned with the level of rates

they pay and how wisely (or otherwise)

our council spends the

money, but it is really important

to have places where people can

connect and enjoy their local

community.

It’s a good use of our rates

money.

Another piece of good news is

that the council is now relooking

at the problems with the residential

red-zone overlay provisions

in the District Plan.

This has caused a considerable

amount of anxiety and

frustration for local people and

I was so pleased to hear our

Mayor Lianne Dalziel say that the

council was progressing fixing

this problem.

Well done. Let’s get it sorted.

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Lyttelton School celebrates Maori language

ART: A Lyttelton School pupil colours in koru designs for Maori

Language Week.

Our Lady Star of the

Sea pupils enjoyed

a trip back in time at

Ferrymead Heritage

Park as part of their

technology theme

for the term. Park

staff showed them

the technology

used in the past

and compared it to

today’s technological

offerings. Activities

for the children were

held in the historic

classroom, general

store and bakery.

• By Matt Salmons

MUMS AND staff from Kimihia

Parents’ College collected bags

of rubbish at Sumner Beach last

week.

The clean-up was organised to

recognise the work of Sumner

mum Becky Ward who coordinated

the Family Share event

earlier this year, said college staff

member Bianca Nielsen.

Ms Ward said she had

organised Family Share as

starting a family was “hard

enough, let alone if there is

hardship.”

Said Ms Nielson: “The things

donated have been very useful,

in particular the car seats,

warm winter clothes, blankets

and pushchairs. There were so

many donations that Becky had

organised for the Salvation Army

to collect the left over gear as we

couldn’t take it all.”

“We would like to thank

Sumner residents again for their

generosity.”

Ms Ward said she worked with

Ms Nielson on ways to help the

community.

“I wanted them to feel

empowered as young people

that they too can make a

difference and contribute to the

community,” she said.

Ms Nielson said the group

SCHOOLS

LYTTELTON Primary School

pupils celebrated Maori

Language Week with a range

of activities.

The senior pupils planned,

organised and led a the initiatives

and activities last week.

The whole school would

start each morning with a

karakia (prayer) before kai

(food/eating). The activities

included taiaha, poi, rakau,

soap carving and kupu bingo.

Trip back in time for pupils

held off doing the clean-up to

coincide with Keep New Zealand

Beautiful Week.

“We collected one recycled

paper bag of rubbish each.

We started at the new

Scarborough Playground and

paddling pool then walked

along the Esplanade and beach to

Cave Rock. Mostly we picked up

bottle caps, cigarette buts, tissues

and wipes. There was the odd

bottle. I think it took us about an

hour.”

“We had a fun trip and some

of us dipped our toes in the

water and had a go on the new

playground before starting the

clean-up.”

ART: The pupils played traditional

Maori games.

PAST: Pupils in period costume play on

a heritage cart and in the phone box at

Ferrymead Heritage Park.

CLEAN-UP: Staff and students from Kimihia Parents’ College

held a clean up day in Sumner last week. ​

Grab your girlfriends, mum or daughters

and come have a great day out!

Students

help bring

wetlands

back to life

FERRYMEAD’S Charlesworth

Reserve is looking good after

Linwood College students spent

a day planting and maintaining it

last week.

Forty two students participating

in the Stars peer mentoring

programme, rolling up their

sleeves to support the restoration

of wetlands in the area.

The group planted and mulched

more than 160 trees donated by

Trees for Canterbury after a demonstration

by city council park

ranger Andrew Crossland.

The volunteers were a mix of

year 9 students supported by year

12 and 13 mentors.

The programme is one of three

provided to Canterbury schools

by the Graeme Dingle Foundation,

and this is the first year it

has been available at Linwood

College.

Programme co-ordinator Sarah

Apiata said the planting day was

“a great success.”

“It was a great opportunity

for the peer mentors and year 9

students to work together and put

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they have learnt this year in the

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Linwood

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PERSONALISED

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A NEW SCHOOL IS COMING

We are making it yours

Linwood College is undergoing some major changes. During this time a number of things will be happening as part of this transition into our new school buildings so we want to let

you know about our plans and processes.

• While our school is being rebuilt, Linwood College will temporarily relocate to the existing Avonside Girls' High School site.

• We are organising a farewell celebration for current and ex students of Linwood College to farewell the current buildings.

• Staff are focusing on teaching and learning that allows for students to collaborate, supports engagement and meets the individual needs of our current and future students -

personalised learning.

REBUILD INFORMATION

What’s been happening so far?

Workshops around the physical buildings have been occurring. These have included

staff from each learning area, Architectus - our architects, Mana Whenua and the

Linwood College rebuild team. Your community consultation feedback has fed into the

design of the physical teaching spaces and how the buildings will be positioned on

the physical site. Within our design we have ensured that the teaching spaces are for

30 students maximum with the ability to open up to a teaching space for 60 students

if and when appropriate. We also have smaller spaces for students to work. We want

to be able to encourage collaboration but ensure students are not lost in big open

spaces. High level design meetings occur fortnightly. These meetings look at logistics:

finances, structural and engineering considerations, geotechnical considerations, gas,

water, heating, cooling, ventilation and lighting. The Project Steering Group meets on a

monthly basis. This is when the Ministry of Education and the Linwood College Board

meet, making sure that what is being planned for is actually what the school and the

community are wanting.

Where we are now...

We now have a final site plan completed, and the final outside cladding of the new

buildings has been decided. We are coming to the end of the design phase of the

internal structures, and the individual classroom teaching spaces within the Learning

Hubs and the Innovation and Creativity buildings. A transition manager has been

appointed to oversee the shift to the Avonside Girls’ current site.

Where to next?

We are now looking at developing the landscaping designs that will surround the

buildings. We will be starting to look at internal fixtures and fittings, including flooring,

furniture and fabric finishes within the learning spaces. IT consultation is occurring to

plan the wireless connectivity within the buildings. There is planning about the closure

of the current Linwood College buildings including the Whare and the number of

significant memorials on site.

SAYING GOODBYE TO THE OLD LINWOOD COLLEGE BUILDINGS

As part of preparing for the demolition and complete rebuild of Linwood College, we are

organising a farewell celebration weekend. This will be over the weekend of April 5 & 6

2019. There will be a formal ticketed event on the Friday evening for past students and

teachers followed on the Saturday with a day of farewell open to all current and past

students and staff, and the wider community who would like to join us. This will also

include the closing of the Whare and acknowledging the other significant memorials

around Linwood College. We are remembering and celebrating the rich history that has

occurred in these buildings over the years.

Linda Rutland is chairing the organising committee for this event and is now

taking pre-registrations for the ticketed evening on registration@linwoodcollege.

school.nz. Queries to Linda 021 2398946 or Ken Bye 027 748 0697.

TEACHING AND LEARNING

At Linwood College we are committed to providing personalised pathways for students

to succeed. We are working on developing teaching and learning practices that develop

collaboration between both teachers and students. For us, this doesn’t mean having

everybody in an open space trying to work, but rather more structured environments

where both students and teachers can be successful. For example, at the moment our

year 10 and year 12 Physical Education classes work in partnership with the teachers

planning together.

AVONSIDE GIRLS’ HIGH SITE TRANSITION

WHY DO WE NEED TO RELOCATE?

By relocating for the period of the rebuild, the rebuild will occur faster as the

construction team will not have to work around us. Our students will not have to

do their learning in a building site. Because the timeframe will be shorter, Linwood

College can use the money saved to reinvest into the new school buildings.

WHEN WILL IT HAppEN?

Linwood College will be relocating to the old Avonside Girls’ High School site once

AGHS have moved to their new school on the QE2 site. This will be occurring

sometime in term 2 2019. A transition manager has been allocated by the Ministry

of Education to facilitate this shift, and to ensure that this does not disrupt the day

to day running of the school over this period.

WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR THE STUDENTS?

It means that our Linwood College staff and students won't have to continue

learning in a construction site. It means that once we have relocated, there will be

little to no disruption until we shift back. Our students will still be able to participate

in sport, major productions and all the other opportunities that Linwood College

currently offers.

CAN I ENROL MY CHILD AT LINWOOD COLLEGE DURING THIS TIME?

Yes you most certainly can. Just contact our Linwood College office on

(03) 9802100 or email office@linwoodcollege.school.nz for enrolment forms and to

arrange an enrolment interview. We will continue to warmly welcome new students

during this transition time.

HOW WILL I GET THERE?

AGHS is only 2.2 kms away from the original Linwood College site. The Ministry

of Education will supply buses from the original Aldwins Road Linwood site to the

Avonside site for the duration of the rebuild. This will be a free service, and will

leave LC to get to Avonside by the start of school, and will leave Avonside at the

end of the day to return to Linwood.

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Email matt.salmons@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

Storytimes/Wā Kōrero

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.

Free.

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.

St Andrews Anglican Church,

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs

Sumner Library Book

Discussion Group

Thursday 11am-12.30pm

For those who love reading

and want to share in discussion

with other friendly book

lovers. Held on the third

Thursday of the month. The

library subscribes to the Book

Discussion Scheme so there is a

cost involved. Places are limited

so contact the library to inquire

about availability and cost.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Library

Babytimes/Wā Pēpi

Friday and Tuesday, 10.30-

11am

Encourage learning through

language. Babytimes is an

interactive programme including

rhymes, songs, stories and play.

Free.

Lyttelton Library on Friday,

Sumner Library on Tuesday

JP Clinic in Sumner

Saturdays, 10am-noon

A Justice of the Peace will

be available to members of

the community, to witness

Electric car sharing service Yoogo Share will be at the Lyttelton Farmers Market this weekend for

the chance to get behind the wheel of a pure electric Hyundai Ioniq or BMW i3 for free. Yoogo

staff will be able to answer questions about electric cars and car sharing. Stationed just down the

road in front of The Shroom Room cafe between 11am and 3pm, anyone over the age of 21 with a

full driver licence can take a test drive.

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

Library

Cancer Support Group Movie

Night

Saturday, 7-9pm

Cancer Support Group

Diamond Harbour’s annual

movie night to raise funds.

Head along for an entertaining

evening, a glass of mulled wine

and some nibbles. Posters giving

details of the film can be found

around Diamond Harbour

village.

Diamond Harbour Rugby

Clubrooms, 2a Waipapa Ave

Shoreline Toastmasters

Monday, 7.30-9pm

Nervous about speaking? Go

along to gain confidence by

practising speaking, listening,

learning and laughing – in a

warm, friendly non-threatening

environment.

Mt Pleasant Yacht Club

Markets:

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.

Ferrymead Night Market:

First Saturday of each month.

Winter hours: April to

September - 4pm to 8pm.

Summer hours: October to

March - 5pm to 9pm. Ferrymead

Heritage Park.

Lyttelton Farmers Market

and Lyttelton Craft Market:

Saturday, 10am-1pm, London

St.

Mt Pleasant Farmers Market:

Saturday, 9.30am-12.30pm, 3

McCormacks Bay Rd.

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Wednesday September 19 2018

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Wednesday September 19 2018

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

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