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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2019

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Cuddly teddies star attraction at picnic

Avebury Park was filled with laughter last week at the teddy bear’s picnic. Children under five took their

favourite teddies along and were treated to a show by the Natural Magic Pirates. Honey sandwiches and

teddy bikkies were shared among the crowd. Isaac Lyons (left), six months, and five-month-old Lachie

Sandilands were among those who attended.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

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Native

bush

brings

wetlands

back to life

A PLOT of land in Ferrymead once

used as industrial space has been

transformed into a reserve teeming

with native bush and wildlife.

Charlesworth Reserve and Wetland

is one of the projects spearheaded

by the Avon-Heathcote

Estuary Ihutai Trust.

The trust was formed in 2002

with support from the city council,

Environment Canterbury and Ngai

Tahu.

Its aim is to enhance and sustain

the Avon-Heathcote Estuary area

by creating healthy eco-systems,

protecting natural resources,

monitoring and maintaining land,

and connecting the community.

The trust is funded by Rātā

Foundation, and chief executive

Leighton Evans said he is “in awe”

of the work staff and volunteers

have done.

“It’s incredible to see how much

work and effort has been put in by

the trust and the community to

bring these wetlands back to life.

“Volunteers are the backbone of

the community sector and have

been instrumental in ensuring

the Ihutai project and its wetland

remain an environmental asset to

Christchurch for generations to

enjoy.” •Turn to page 4

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News

• By Matt Slaughter

YOUNG SCHOLARS from

South Christchurch schools

walked across the stage in the

first-ever Children’s University

graduation ceremony.

It was a full-house at the

town hall as 151 pupils from

schools including Bromley

School, Te Waka Unua and Te

Pā o Rākaihautū received their

certificates for completing the

programme on November 20.

The Children’s University

Canterbury Partnership programme

is the first of its kind in

New Zealand and is delivered

by Canterbury and Lincoln

universities.

Pupils engaged in extracurricular

learning activities

including sports, on-campus

experiences and trips to learning

destinations to graduate the

programme.

Each pupil documented these

activities and the different locations

they completed them at in

a learning passport.

The programme has learning

locations across Christchurch

that include the Canterbury

Museum, Christchurch Art

Gallery, libraries and Canterbury

University and Lincoln’s

campuses.

Said Bromley School year 6

pupil Tyler Turnbull: “I loved

going to lots of different places

Pupils graduate from ‘university’

In Brief

that I hadn’t been to before, that

was really fun! The best part of

it all was graduating. We got to

dress up and go to the town hall

and get our certificates.”

Bromley School principal

Scot Kinley said completing the

programme was a great achievement.

“The Children’s University

helped break down invisible

barriers that may inhibit children

seeking further learning. With

strong parent support and a good

work ethic they can achieve a lot

more than they may have considered

possible. The other invisible

barrier that may manifest as fear

was broken as they realised that

they were capable of the challenge,”

he said.

Children’s University Canterbury

Partnership chancellor

Professor James McWha presented

certificates to the graduates

in front of guests including

Mayor Lianne Dalziel.

“It is an honour and a privilege

to be presenting certificates to

the first New Zealand group to

graduate as part of this partnership.

The interest in the programme

has been overwhelming

and we look forward to expanding

the programme so more

children across Canterbury can

take part,” Mr McWha said.

Canterbury University vicechancellor

Professor Cheryl de

la Rey encouraged the graduates

to discover their potential,

dream big and become excited

about learning.

“The Children’s University

encourages young people to

take ownership of their learning

SCHOLARS:

Pupils from

Bromley

School with

principal

Scot Kinley

celebrating

graduating

the Children’s

University

programme at

the town hall

on November

20. ​

journey, develop a positive

attitude towards exploring

different subjects and consider

what tertiary options are

available to them. Learning

is a lifelong journey and this

programme focuses young

minds on a positive path to

learning something from every

activity they do and experience

they have,” she said.

Said Lincoln University acting

vice-chancellor Professor Bruce

McKenzie: “The Canterbury

[University] partnership allows

for so much learning variety. A

student could visit the Art Gallery

one day and explore crop science

on one of Lincoln University’s

farms the next day. For some

students this programme is

the only way they will get to

experience this type of learning.”

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and should be completed by late

December. This is to address the

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FLOURISHING: The Avon-

Heathcote Estuary Ihutai Trust

has transformed the wetlands. ​

Trust transforms

wetlands

•From page 1

Trust chairman Dr Kit Doudney

said the group has come a long

way since forming almost two

decades ago.

“Charlesworth Reserve is a

great example of how an entire

landscape has been transformed

and returned to its natural state,”

he said.

“Over almost 20 years, the land

has gone from being an industrial

plot to a natural wetland.

“By planting native bush and

trees we have seen birdlife return

and thrive in that area.”

Ihutai also works strategically to

translate objectives into practical

outcomes and leveraging action

from outside the group to support

those objectives.

Dr Doudney said involving and

engaging with the community is a

key part of how the trust works.

The trust has a number of events

which draw citywide volunteers.

•For more information on the

trust, visit http://www.estuary.

org.nz/home/home.html

100-year celebrations for kindergarten

BIRTHDAY:

Kidsfirst

Kindergartens

Phillipstown

celebrated

100 years in

its building on

November 22.

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GUESTS: City councillor Yani Johanson, teacher Kathy Harford

and MP Duncan Webb at the celebratory event.

NOVEMBER 22 was the

last day of a week-long 100th

birthday celebration for Kidsfirst

Kindergartens’ headquarters in

Phillipstown.

The week finished with a fancy

dress blast from the past morning

tea.

Cakes, sandwiches and fruit

dishes that were popular in

New Zealand in the early 1900s

and a variety of pot luck dishes

from different cultures were

served.

Each special guest at the

celebrations received a jar of the

kindergarten’s handmade jam

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that the children helped prepare

during the week of celebrations.

Head teacher Kathy Harford

said: “It was wonderful to

see so many members of our

kindergarten, families and the

wider community come together

to celebrate our history. After

all, it is the people who make the

memories we are looking back

on.”

Phillipstown kindergarten

was the second kindergarten to

be established in Christchurch,

originally opening its doors

in 1912 in a rented hall that

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Royals pay special visit

RESPECT: Prince Charles addressed students, with staff and

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern watching on.

ROYAL: Prince Charles with

Cashmere High School

principal Joe Eccleton.

STARSTRUCK: Willow Scott-Stafford was one of the lucky

Cashmere High School students who got up close to Prince

Charles and Duchess Camilla when they visited the school on

November 22. The Royals made a special visit to the school to

pay their respects in light of the deaths of year 10 student Sayyad

Milne, year 12 student Hamza Mustafa and former student Tariq

Omar in the March 15 terrorist attacks. Charles spoke in front of

staff and students and he and Camilla were treated to cultural

and musical performances. ​

CULTURE: A kapa haka group

performed to the Royals.

EXCITING: Students reach out for a high

five with Prince Charles.

PHOTO-FRIENDLY: Students waited for a glimpse of

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A better life after shedding the kilos

• By Matt Slaughter

A HUSBAND and wife of

Somerfield have inspired each

other to lose 69.7kg between

them.

In 2017, at 99.7kg Miriam

McKenzie’s doctor told her she

was pre-diabetic and she decided

to make a change.

Weighing about 115kg her

husband Chris McKenzie decided

he owed it to Miriam and their

kids Clementine and Matilda to

do the same.

They signed up to WW, the

new Weight Watchers, and a

combination of hard work and

persistence have paid off.

In less than 11 months, Miriam

has lost 37.7kg and is no longer

pre-diabetic, while Chris has lost

32kg over a slightly longer period

of time.

Miriam said the secret to

her weight loss was nothing

special.

“It was just introducing a

lot more fruit and veg into the

diet, being more mindful about

portion control, that was a

big thing for me and a lot less

snacking, said Miriam.

“And it was less takeaways.

We would have probably had

takeaways at least once a week,

whereas now definitely that’s an

occasional like hardly ever kind

of thing.”

Miriam said she started

walking about 13,000 to 15,000

steps a day with her best friend

Lucy Arnold.

“We went from me having to

constantly ask her [Lucy] to slow

down to her now having to keep

up with me,” Miriam said.

With every 5kg to 10kg Miriam

lost, she rewarded herself by

buying something nice like

charms for her Pandora bracelet

or new shoes.

Said Chris: “I was seeing the

kids grow up and thinking I

really want to be able to have the

energy, have the health to keep up

with them and of course, seeing

how well Miriam was doing it was

like just a bit of an inspiration to

follow in her footsteps.”

SLIM: Chris and Miriam McKenzie have lost 69.7kg between them.

‘I was seeing the kids grow

up and thinking I really

want to be able to have

the energy’

– Chris McKenzie

“I’m a bit of techno-geek, I just

kind of got the Weight Watchers

app and said, I will follow your

directions, Mr app sir, and it

worked, he said.

Miriam said the things that

drove her to lose the weight she

had were being able to fit into

clothes she loved and inspiring

her children.

“That was actually a big

motivator for me, was to be able

to wear nice clothes again and to

be able to just walk into any shop

and be able to fit clothes. That

really does feel amazing,’’ said

Miriam.

“Obviously, we want to be

healthy for our kids and good role

models for them.”

For others wanting to lose

weight, Miriam has some key

tips.

“It’s about just digging deep

and finding out your reasons

why you want to do it and letting

that drive you and just doing it

for yourself, eating well, moving

more and breaking it down into

those little mini goals, that was

really good for me.”

Said Chris: “She [Miriam] is

just an inspiration and she’s just

amazing.”

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There are some fantastic destinations you

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for some it may be appealing to get away from

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Our number 1. recommendation if you are

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NEW YORK CITY

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store windows are lit up with fantastic lights

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Medal haul for boxers

HEALTHY: Sue Turner shows off All Right’s new card game,

which encourages kids to talk about their emotions. ​

Game to benefit mental health

THE ALL Right campaign is

launching a new resource to help

kids identify and manage their

emotions.

The Chitter Chatter card game

is now available at Christchurch

libraries and is designed to get

families together and talking

about emotions, empathy and

managing worries.

Each pack of the card game,

designed for 5-12-year-olds,

contains 40 challenges that can

be applied to one of 14 emotions.

Chitter Chatter scenarios include

explaining an emotion to an alien,

imagining a world where a certain

feeling doesn’t exist and acting

out emotions in slow motion.

All Right manager Sue Turner

said Chitter Chatter helps make

it normal and fun for families to

talk about emotions.

“Talking about how we’re feeling,

recognising a wide range of

emotions and learning how to

work with them all help us build

resilience and live more enjoyable

lives.

“As parents, we all have good

intentions to spend meaningful

time with our kids, but we don’t

always have a lot of time. Playing

Chitter Chatter for as little as five

minutes a week is a small thing

that can make a big difference,”

said Ms Turner.

Chitter Chatter packs

can be picked up for free at

Christchurch libraries for a

limited time, or ordered from

anywhere in New Zealand for a

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nz.

• By Jacob Page

COMPETITIVE: The Woolston Boxing Club came away with a

gold and three silver medals at the Southland championships

at Gore. ​

SPORT

THE WOOLSTON Boxing Club

have ended their 2019 campaign

with one gold and three silver

medals at the Southland

championships in Gore.

National champion Ryley

Sutherland won gold in the

under-52kg cadet class to cap a

big year.

Philippa White in the under-

80kg elite, James Stokes in the

under-81kg novice and Trevor

Swainson in the elite 91kg

and over class all finished as

runners-up.

Sutherland’s performance

earned him star of the tournament

honours while Swainson

was named legend of the tournament,

Coach Holly Sullivan said the

team had a mix of youth and

experience.

“Ryley had a great fight and

had to really work for the win,”

she said. “He’s a very tall, lean

boxer but he is able to shortenup

his punches well and he used

the little bit of extra experience

to get the win.”

Sullivan said Swainson was

unlucky not to win on points

after he stepped-up two weight

classes to take a fight.

“Trev always loses the

first round, every time,” she

said.

“But I felt he did enough to

win the second and was dominant

in the third round.

“The judges didn’t see it that

way and that’s boxing.”

Stokes returned for his first

fight since a fractured eye socket

in March.

“He loves the sport and is

keen to give it a go but he is

inexperienced and just needs

ring-time.

White was fighting in her

home town but was not able to

get the win.

“I was really impressed with

her fitness levels and it was a

bout that could have gone either

way,” Sullivan said.

The boxers will now have

a strength and conditioning

regime over the next two

months before the competitions

begin again in February.

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Deck the halls

Christmas isn’t Christmas without a decoration or two around the home.

Whether its outdoor lights with a waving Santa or

just draping tinsel across your mantelpiece, there are

many ways to celebrate the festive season in your home.

Go natural

Driftwood painted white with LED lights wrapped

around, or pine cones with a touch of silver spray

paint, make beautiful natural additions to the home

at this time of year. If you have a tree branch around

the home, why not cut it up into discs and spray paint

white stars and reindeer on the disc. Drill a hole in the

top and thread some gardeners string through the hole

and you have an instant decoration to hang on the tree

or somewhere around the home. Cover polystyrene

balls in ripped linen, hessian and cotton strips. These

can either be hung up or a number placed in a bowl on

the table.

Tinsel town

Many love the glitter and sparkle that tinsel brings

but how about using it in different ways. A threetiered

cake plate with tinsel laid on each plate with

baubles then placed on top, can look really impressive

as a centrepiece for the table. Make your own wreath

by wrapping tinsel around and around a polystyrene

circle. Hang just as it is, or hot glue gun baubles on to

create extra wow.

Table setting

Sometimes the simplest decorations on the table

can look the most stunning. A beautiful napkin rolled

up with a piece of red and white ribbon, or rosemary

wreath looks amazing. Why not place a hessian runner

down the middle of the table and add greenery and

candles in jars on top to create a wonderful centrepiece.

If you have a children’s eating table, why not put a

long piece of brown paper as a table cloth. Draw large

circles where the plates can go and write Christmas

questions beside each plate outline. A little bottle with

a red and white paper straw is great too. Put a jar of

red and green crayons on the table. When the kids are

finished their dinner, they can play noughts and crosses

or hangman or just draw pictures.

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Some of the entertainers

that will perform in the live

concert.

Festive fun and excitement will step

up a gear on Saturday, December 14

with the arrival of Santa at New Brighton

and the New Brighton Seaside

Christmas Parade.

You can meet Santa as he arrives by

boat from the North Pole, landing on

New Brighton Beach at 10.15am. He

will then join the community parade,

which starts at 10.30am on the corner

of Marine Parade and Hawke Street.

Following the parade, Santa will be in

his Grotto, where you can take your

own family photos with him at no

charge.

New Brighton is the only Christchurch

suburb to hold its own annual

Christmas parade, and they have been

a feature of the local festivities since

Christmas 2000.

The Seaside Market opens at 10am,

offering an extensive array of arts,

crafts and giftware for your Christmas

shopping, as well as a delicious selection

of foods.

You will be treated to some great

live entertainment with the concert,

which starts after the parade. Regular

participants in the event, who come

from the local community, include the

Natural Magic Pirates, Rockabilly Show

and Shine, Youth Alive Trust, the New

Brighton Silver Band and many more.

For the youngsters, there will also be

face painting and a bouncy castle.

The New Brighton Lions support the

event every year with marshalling and

a donation towards Santa’s Grotto.

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Their experienced practitioners offer a broad spectrum

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Services range from simple dental check-ups right through

to advanced dental treatment plans, such as orthodontics,

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The centre underwent extensive renovations in 2016/2017,

which included the upgrading of all their surgeries and

equipment ensuring they not only keep abreast of standards

and quality of care, but are well in excess of requirements.

The surgeries are light and welcoming for patients that feel

anxious at the dentist, and are equipped with high-quality

equipment and materials. All the Palms Dental Centre’s

suppliers and laboratory technicians are sourced locally,

supporting Christchurch and New Zealand. They do not

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For the convenience of their patients, they have several late

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Standard dental treatment is free for under 18 year-olds,

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One of the homes built by Enterprise Homes in Kingsbridge Estates.

STYLISH HOMES ON

GENEROUS SECTIONS IN

EAST CHRISTCHURCH

For nearly seven decades, Enterprise Homes Ltd has been

providing Canterbury families with high-quality, brand-new

homes and property.

Established in 1951 by builder Ian Renwick as Renwick

Construction, it started trading as Enterprise Homes Ltd

in 1972, and is the longest-established residential building

company active in Canterbury today.

The business’s key focus is on designing, building and

delivering high-quality, completed house and land packages

to Canterbury homeowners within their own subdivisions.

“Enterprise Homes has gained a solid reputation for the

quality of our workmanship and the delivery of our aftersales

service should any remedial work be required. This

is reflected in our annual sales with no less than 30 per

cent of our orders coming from repeat clients or client

referrals,” general manager Rob Sloan says.

“Enterprise Homes takes a well-measured and organised

26 weeks to complete their homes, whereas many housing

companies try to get homes built in 18 weeks, or under in

many cases.”

Kingsbridge Estates is one of several successful

developments that Enterprise Homes has delivered for the

families and communities of east Christchurch.

Located in Burwood, and running parallel with QEII Drive

with entry off Vivian Street, Kingsbridge Estates is a very

special residential development that offers high-quality,

well-appointed homes on generous sections, seldom seen in

today’s subdivisions, Rob says.

“Homes in this subdivision are highly sought after as they

are in zone for the new Shirley Boys and Avonside Girls

High School. This subdivision is also in zone for the everpopular

Waitakiri School.”

This is what Kingsbridge resident Daniel has to say:

“Excellent price point for the area and quality of the

property and its finishes. Far superior subdivision to any

others with cookie-cutter style homes with row after row

of the same style homes and colour schemes. Each home

has a unique layout and style, which brings great character

to the community.

Providing well-priced homes that are accessible to workingclass

families that are looking to do one better than buying

a second-hand property. Most developers in the same

bracket do not fit out their properties with the likes of

Fisher and Paykel appliances and PDL Electrical fittings. The

stone bench tops, Dominator garage door opener, alarm

system and Daiken heat pump also make it feel like a cut

above the ‘other’ developers, who are only trying to cut

the most cost out of a build to make the highest revenue

possible. Buying our Enterprise home is one of the best

decisions we have ever made!”

So, for more information on Kingsbridge Estates call 348

5189, and check out the website for the range of designs,

www.enterprisehomes.co.nz.

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IS COMING TO EASTGATE

THIS SATURDAY 10am

See Santa and his elves and fairies, in a grand procession of

custom trikes led by a police car and fire Sunday engine!

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Christmas celebrations at Eastgate will kick off with an exciting Santa

procession on Saturday, December 7.

The jolly man in red will travel from Bromley Park down Buckleys Rd

to Eastgate on a three-wheeler trike, with his fairies and elves accompanying

him on more trikes – seven altogether. Police car and a fire

engine will also be part of the procession, which starts at 9.55am,

arriving at Eastgate at10am.

The fun for the whole family will carry on from there, with bouncy

castles in the Eastgate car park from 10am-12pm, lollipop giveaways,

face-painting and the Salvation Army band playing Christmas music.

From December 7 right through until Christmas Eve, Santa will be

there every day from 10am-4pm, and from 5pm-7pm on late nights,

so the children can talk to him about what they would like for Christmas,

and have their photo taken with him.

Also on the three late nights leading up to Christmas, from 7pm-8pm,

customers are invited to bring along their pets for a photo with Santa.

On December 17, 18 and 19, Eastgate will provide a special Sensitive

Santa hour from 8am-9am, when the atmosphere will be quiet and

peaceful to cater for children sensitive to light and noise to have their

photo taken with Santa. Bookings are required, and these can be

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made by email through the website, eastgate.co.nz, or by calling the

management office, 982 0850.

Christmas shoppers will find plenty to choose from at Eastgate. In

addition to the permanent shops, there will be the centre’s usual

pop-ups, including The Bali Importer.

So, make this Christmas special for the family – head down to Eastgate

for the Santa procession on December 7, have the children’s

photos taken with Santa, and find all your Christmas gifts in the great

variety of retail shops.

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Tuesday 31 December

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Monday 23 December

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Saturday 28 December

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Thursday 19 December

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Tuesday 24 December

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Sunday 29 December

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Sunday 8 December

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Wednesday 11 December

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INTERPRETING

A GREAT PROFESSION

Do you speak fluently two or more

languages? Perhaps you are already

volunteering or working with your

community? Would you like to be trained

and join a vibrant team of interpreters in

the Canterbury region?

Hani, our newest Arabic interpreter

explains:

“I have been exploring a number of careers

and, one day, a friend challenged me to

consider becoming an interpreter, handing

me an ad for Interpreting New Zealand

introductory course. I am indebted to this

friend for drafting such a satisfying chapter

of my life, as I have always had a great

passion for learning &education.

The interpreting course is one of the

finest learning experiences I’ve ever had: I

was impressed at its scholarly depth yet

its extremely practical real-life approach

to interpreting. All that in a very concise

and easy to understand style. You are

INTERPRETERS

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We are recruiting now for our Canterbury Introductory

Interpreting course starting in 31 January 2020.

Complete the course, pass the assessment and

become a paid interpreter with us.

You must be proficient in English and one of the

following languages:

Amharic, Arabic, Bangla, Cantonese, Dari, Farsi,

German, Korean, Mandarin, Nepali, Oromo, Samoan,

Somali, Tagalog, Tamil, Thai, Tigrinya, Urdu.

For info about how to enrol, training and working

with us go to our website:

https://interpret.org.nz/become-an-interpreter.html.

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At Interpreting New Zealand we train,

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Our next Introductory Interpreting Course

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CELEBRATING 21 YEARS

Robyn and Peter Thew are celebrating

owning Burwood Pharmacy for 20 years

this month. We have survived in the middle

of the community, without a medical

practice next door, by constantly improving

our services and trying new ideas. We

know most of our customers by name and

provide personal and confidential service.

As owner operators we can tailor ourselves

to the needs of local community.

Robyn has been qualified as a pharmacist

for the past 33 years and has experience

working in hospital and community

pharmacy, both here and in the UK. She

has also completed a master’s in clinical

pharmacy degree. Burwood Pharmacy

provides a full range of pharmacy services

including dispensing prescriptions, providing

medico blister packs, medicine use reviews,

smoking cessation, diet advice (especially

for diabetics) as well as stocking a wide

range of pharmacy medicines.

We also have an extensive range of amazing

gifts, jewellery, scarves and homeware.

There is something here for everyone, even

Christmas decorations, lights and candles.

We also take passport photos and can

organize your dry cleaning for you. There is

plenty of parking just outside the pharmacy.

For those last-minute gifts, pop in and we

can have them beautifully wrapped and

ready to go for no extra charge. Our loyalty

card programme is a draw card, as for every

$300 you spend in store you can earn a

$20 gift voucher (equates to 6% discount).

Customers are keen to use these vouchers

on something special for themselves, often a

lovely scarf.

When extending our shop in 2010 we

were hit by the earthquakes, but we have

carried on and still enjoy being part of the

Burwood Community. We welcome you

to come and visit Burwood Pharmacy for

professional and friendly pharmacy advice in

a relaxed atmosphere.

your friendly local Pharmacy

Burwood Pharmacy

11 Parnwell Street (Off Travis Road)

Open Monday to Friday 9am - 5.30pm

(Open until 6pm on Thursdays)

Phone (03) 383 4814


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Keep it Local

Support QEII Businesses

TASTY TAKEAWAYS & FRIENDLY SERVICE

AT AWARD-WINNING BUSINESS

The friendly service with a personal touch that

characterises businesses in the east of Christchurch is

always available at Gourmet Seafoods in Travis Road, North

New Brighton.

Business owners Peter and Helen Joe have been running

Gourmet Seafoods for more than two decades, and over

that time have continually developed their selection to

meet their customers’ diverse and changing needs.

“We cater for a lot of different tastes and requirements

as people from different cultures have come into our

community and customers want more variety,” Peter says.

As well as the traditional and ever-popular standard fish and

chips, Gourmet Seafoods offers a selection of specialty fish

such as gurnard, tarakihi, sole and blue cod, which can be

crumbed or battered. The seafood selection includes fresh

and cooked Bluff oysters in season, Pacific oysters, scallops

and mussels.

For entrée items there are mini spring rolls and corn

nuggets, while other tasty options include souvlakis, filled

with beef, chicken, crispy chicken or lamb and tzatziki sauce,

and hamburgers with a selection of juicy fillings. Their

signature item, crispy, crunchy batter for fish and chicken, is

the choice of many happy customers.

Gourmet Seafoods’ chips are hand-made and freshly

cooked every day, and in fact Gourmet Seafoods was

recently chosen as the regional winner of the New Zealand

chip shop awards.

With Christmas fast approaching, people are finding

takeaways very convenient when they are busy with

shopping and preparing for the festive season, Peter says.

Gourmet Seafoods is at 6/251 Travis Road, phone 388-2531.

Opening hours are Monday and Wednesday; 11.30am-

8.30pm, Tuesday 4.30pm-8.30pm; Thursday to Saturday,

11.30am-9pm; Sunday 12pm-8.30pm. Closed daily from

3.15pm-4.30pm.

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FRAME N COPY

Those looking for Christmas presents with

a difference this year will delight in the

selection of personalised gift ideas available

at Frame n Copy.

With Christmas rapidly approaching, now

is the time to start thinking about buying

presents for family and friends, says business

owner Anne Williamson.

We offer a large range of gift ideas, starting

from just $7 for a personalised key ring

through to a canvas print starting from $95,

Bring in a family photo, a child’s drawing, or

your favourite snap shot and we can make it

into anything from a personalised calendar,

key ring, jigsaw, t-shirt, mouse pad, or poster.

Alternatively, we can print the image onto

canvas and frame it so it’s all ready to hang

on the wall. It’s a great gift idea for those

‘hard to buy for grandparents,

As well as offering a wide range of gift ideas,

Frame n Copy is the place to go for all your

printing requirements, at very competitive

prices.

“We do everything from designing and

printing business cards, flyers, invitations and

personalised cards right through to vehicle

signage or private sale real estate,” she says.

If a job change is on the agenda for the

New Year, Frame n Copy can update or

create a new CV and bind it for a perfect

presentation.

Building or landscape plans can also be

copied in black and white up to A0 size, and

laminated if required.

Frame n Copy can photocopy, enlarge or

print almost anything from disk, memory

stick or e-mail as well as laminate up to

poster size in either a gloss or matte finish.

“We are a friendly, efficient and

competitively priced, one-stop print shop –

with plenty of parking right at the door.”

Frame n Copy is located at the corner of

Keyes and Bowhill Roads in North Brighton

and is open from 8.45am to 5pm Monday

to Friday. Phone 382 0867 or email infro@

framencopy.co.nz ~ www.framencopy.co.nz

Facebook: Frame n Copy

Cnr Keyes & Bowhill Rd

North New Brighton

Ph: 382 0867

Email: info@framencopy.co.nz

www.framencopy.co.nz

Design & Print

Business Cards

Flyers

Photocopying

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up to A0 Plan Printing

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and so much more…….

FOR ALL YOUR PRINTING REQUIREMENTS

Your Earthquake

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Talk to us if you are serious about selling your “As is Where is” home.

We have sold over 150 “As is Where is”

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Phil 027 435 7711 | Holly 027 222 0220

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Licensed (REAA 2008) Results Realty Ltd

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MORE THAN JUST

A DANCE SCHOOL

The Patricia Paul School of Dance has been

providing excellence in dance education in

Christchurch for over 20 years, with venues

in Fendalton, Thorrington, Harewood and

North New Brighton.

The syllabus followed for ballet is the

Royal Academy of Dance (R.A.D.) and for

jazz, contemporary and hip hop it is The

New Zealand Academy of Modern Dance

(N.Z.A.M.D.).

The school has had many successful

students that have gone on to careers

in dance and theatre including: Marysa

Dalton, Royal NZ Ballet, Sacha Copeland, a

contemporary dancer and choreographer,

Kase Craig, who was accepted into the

prestigious Australian Ballet School in

Melbourne at the age of 15 and is now a

professional dancer in the Ballet de L’Opera

National de Bordeaux in France, and the

international singing star Hayley Westenra.

The school’s goal is to be more than just

a dance school. They are passionate about

educating their students mentally as well

as physically to build their self-esteem and

confidence.

The classes Patricia offers are for children

from three years old, with pre-school ballet

designed to nurture a child’s interest in

movement and expression, and jazz and

tumble classes for children from seven years

old. Goal-setting is also good for them so

exams are offered to students over the age

of seven, if they wish to do them, Patricia

says.

There will be a free introductory dance

class in February 2020 before the first term

starts, to see if your child enjoys it.

For information please phone 388 5772.

huge selection

of second hand

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books• All vehicle repairs

• Oil changes and services

come • Brakes • Loan car available

• Tyres, punctures & batteries

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LOCAL LIQUOR STORE HAS ALL

YOUR FESTIVE

SEASON SUPPLIES

With Christmas fast approaching, now is the

time to stock up on your liquor supplies to

serve to family and friends over the festive

season.

Super Liquor Seaside at 55 Hawke Street

New Brighton has some great specials

available, including a limited edition Baileys

Strawberries & Cream 700ml for only 32.99

each – what could be more perfect for

Christmas, and their bulk vodka and whiskey

starts from just $31.99 per litre.

They also stock 12 packs of beer or RTD

at under $20 and with the great selection

of value wines (starting from 6.99) and

premium wines.

Craft beers are becoming increasingly

popular, and Super Liquor Seaside has a

great selection of these on tap – six packs

and 12 packs. Tap beers start from 5.99

per litre, with some great local beers like

world best Cassels Milk Stout (World Beer

Awards 2019), Speights Pride of the South,

Eruption strong IPA 6.6 per cent from

Lyttelton,

BRB London Porter, Wigram Brewing

Tornado strong ale 6.6 per cent, Southpaw

Uncle Charlie APA 5.9 per cent, Castle

Point draught beer, Wild Buck lager and

Harringtons Rogue hop pilsner.

Store manager Gurpreet Singh, who has

extensive experience in the liquor industry,

joined Super Liquor Seaside at the beginning

of the year, and thoroughly enjoys being part

of the New Brighton community.

He and his friendly team are always ready

to offer advice on any of their stock, and

look forward to helping you make the right

purchases to entertain your guests this

Christmas.

Super Liquor Seaside is located at 55 Hawke

St, phone 388 2025. They are open Sunday

& Monday 10am-8pm, Tuesday, Wednesday

& Thursday 10am-9pm, Friday & Saturday

10am-10pm.

PART TIME STAFF required , up to 20 hrs

per week, send CV to slseaside@xtra.

co.nz or ph 03 388 2025.

Cloverbush

Honey

Local supplier $16kg

seaside

smirnoff ice

double black

12pk cans

250ml

$24.99

billY

maverick

7% 18 cans

250ML

$27.99

corban’s

wHite label

range

750ML

$8.99

two

track

range

750ML

$12.99

Wholefoods

and Specialty Groceries

Bee’s Wax

From local hive, packaging

free. Make your own wax

wraps, be “glad free”.

Mon–Fri 9am–5pm Sat 9am–4:30 Sun 10am–4pm

14/68 Hawke St, New Brighton Ph: 388 7214 www.bininn.co.nz

victoria

bitter 6pk

cans or

bottles

$11.99

wild

turkeY

wHiskeY

1 Litre

$49.99

Super Liquor Seaside 55 Hawke street, New Brighton

Ph (03) 388 2025 Offers valid until 31-12-19 or while stocks last.

Jagermeister

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ROCKABILLY RETRO

LTD

Step back in time to the days of swing

dresses, stiff petticoats,waspie belts,

headbands, chunky beads and hotrods.

Add some Rock and roll to your

wardrobe with retro rockabilly inspired

dresses, classic polka dots , crazy prints,

not so zany prints or flirty florals, or wiggle

dresses and a tie cardi- there is a perfect

style for any occasion. Lift the dress with a

rockabilly petticoat and to complete the

look add some stockings or fishnet tights.

We accept Genoapy, Laybuy, afterpay.

Ph 022 508 5903

GODDESS LINGERIE

Fabulous range of stunning lingerie, it is a

must to see and buy.

Goddess Lingerie has a wonderful range of

sets available for all shapes , Some stock in

store now.

TINY LIVING

Driftwood and shellcrafts, Knitted baby

items, Homemade natural soaps, felt

mobiles and wall art, handmade crafts and

papercrafts.

Lots of beautiful handmade Christmas

decorations and gift baskets.

Diane can make items on request.

MASSAGE THERAPY

I’m offering therapeutic and relaxation

massage at 92 Brighton mall. Specializing

in gentle therapeutic release work. Can

turn any discomfort into a greater sense

of ease. Newly offering couples massages.

Available Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday.

Contact Lilian on 0272946852 to make an

appointment.

BRIGHTON BOUTIQUE AND CLINIC

THE PLACE TO VISIT

THE LEARNING CIRCLE

The Learning Circle meets on the 3rd

Wednesday of every month at 6pm here

at Brighton Boutique and Clinic. This is an

opportunity to learn and share each other’s

hobbies and gifts. All are welcome.

K8 REMEDIES

K8’s Remedies 4 U. Local healing balm

creator, Kate Mordue offers magnesium

cream, gentle face cream (suitable for

sensitive skins), natural sunscreen, kawakawa

balm, and more. Used by all of us here at

Brighton Boutique and Clinic and is available

by arrangement in store. Or contact Kate

directly on 0275302908

SOH DESIGNZ

Alterations available in store Mon to Sat,

come by and drop off clothing that needs

some TLC.

Zip replacements , hems, resizing those

items that you bought online that do not fit.

All work beautifully done to a very high

standard.

92

BRIGHTON MALL

Brighton Boutique & Clinic

All under one roof

Fashion • New Retro Style Clothing • Massage Therapy

Beauty & Health • Gifts & Crafts • Clothing Alterations

Lingerie • Fashion Accessories

Tiny Living

| Massage Therapy | Goddess Lingerie | Rockabilly Retro | Soh Designz | K8’s Remedies

92 BRIGHTON MALL, CHRISTCHURCH | OPEN MON-SAT 10AM-5PM


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SPECIAL SANTA SESSIONS FOR

SENSITIVE CHILDREN

AT THE PALMS

For the fourth year running, the Palms

Shopping Centre is again offering Sensitive

Santa sessions leading up to Christmas.

These sessions are aimed at children with

sensory processing disorders such as autism,

for whom background music and noise, and

bright lighting can be extremely unsettling,

says marketing manager Hayley Earle.

Sensitive Santa sessions are designed

to combat this by eliminating the chaos

and sensory overload that would usually

overwhelm those children in a shopping

centre setting, providing a calm and quiet

alternative to the traditional Santa visit.

“ It’s soothing for the children, instead of

overpowering the senses,” Hayley says.

The sessions take place before the centre

opens to the public to eliminate crowds and

allow for a quiet, controlled environment.

Families are scheduled one at a time to be

able to enjoy their experience with Santa

one on one, without having to wait in

queues.

Hayley says that according to Autism New

Zealand, autism spectrum disorder touches

the lives of more than 40,000 people and

their families in New Zealand, making it four

times more common than cerebral palsy

and 17 times more common than Down

syndrome.

Sensitive Santa sessions run on Saturday

December 7 & 14 from 7am to 9am, and

on Sunday December 8 & 15 from 8am

to10am.

Sessions are available by appointment. To

book a session, call the Palms Shopping

Centre (03) 385 3067 or visit the customer

service kiosk inside the centre.

Merry ChristMas

From QEII Collision Repairs

Our services include:

• FREE quotes

• FREE pick up/drop off service

• FREE courtesy vehicles *

• Approved structural repair centre

• Insurance approved repairer

• Rust repairs

• FULL spray painting facility

• Towing services *

(Christchurch Towing Services)

• Degas/Regas servicing

• Mechanical repairs *

(Beach Road Tyre & Auto)

• Cut and polish service

• Plastic repairs

Avonside Girls

& Shirley Boys

High School

Travis Road

We are

here

QEII

Bower Ave

Rookwood Ave

See you all at the New

Brighton Seaside Christmas

Parade 14th December

Departs from Marine Parade @ 10:30am

Thank you to everyone that has been

in to see us and please have a safe

Christmas & New Year.

302 Travis Road, North New Brighton, Christchurch

P: 03 388 5187 | E: qe2collisionrepairs@outlook.com

WE ARE

BACK

• Hems from $18

• Leather wear

• Zips

• Curtains

• Wedding party

discounts

• School uniform

repairs

608 Ferry Road, Woolston Village

Phone: 03 332 0496

Open: Mon – Fri 8.30am - 5.30pm

Saturday by appointment

www.stitchintime.co.nz

WHILE

YOU WAIT

HEMS


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RETIREMENT LIVING

IN AFFORDABLE LUXURY

When the time is right to start a new chapter in life and

move into a retirement village, it’s important to choose

the one that’s best for your needs, comfort and of course,

budget.

The Village Palms at 27 Shirley Road, which opened just two

years ago, offers everything you need for your retirement

years with that all-important continuum of care in a

sophisticated, yet very affordable environment.

At present, the Village Palms has a limited number of

serviced apartments available for purchase, priced from just

$275,000. Elegant in style and tastefully decorated, these

lovely apartments enable residents to enjoy an independent

lifestyle, secure in the knowledge that help is available at

just a push of a button.

Each apartment features an open-plan kitchen and living

area, attractive bedroom and ensuite bathroom, with

contemporary kitchen and bathroom fittings.

The epitome of understated luxury, the architecturally

designed Village Palms complex includes spacious, quiet

lounges, library and well-appointed private bar, while the

professionally landscaped gardens and courtyards provide a

delightful outlook and a place where residents can enjoy a

stroll, taking in the beauty of the gardeners’ handiwork.

Other facilities include a hairdressing salon and visiting

beauty therapist, a large car park and a shed for residents’

mobility scooters.

The village’s professional chef and his catering team prepare

delicious, nourishing, dietitian-approved meals, which are

readily available to apartment residents. You can also join

in with the organised activities, including tai chi, walking

groups, movie afternoons and trips to The Palms shopping

centre.

In terms of your healthcare, The Village Palms has you

covered with a Registered Nurse on-site 24/7, on-call

doctors, and referrals to other professional services such as

physiotherapy and podiatry when required.

“I am proud of what we have achieved at the village,” says

managing director at The Village Palms, Jenny Stoke. “One of

the key benefits of making The Village Palms your new home

is companionship, with the opportunity to forge lasting new

friendships. Our residents enjoy a wonderful lifestyle in an

environment of affordable sophistication. We look forward

to welcoming new residents into The Village Palms family.”

For further information and an appointment to inspect

the facilities, phone 595 5203 or go to the website,

thevillagepalms.co.nz. Your stylish new home may be just a

call away.

Apartments

from

$275,000

A great lifestyle in a supportive community

Where New Memories are Made

• Stunning serviced apartments

• Restaurant & bar

• Landscaped courtyards

• Close to The Palms

Resthome and Hospital Care – Care is what we do best

• 24/7 care available throughout the Village Palms. Fully serviced care suites offering

hospital and resthome level care

• Dedicated registered nurses, carers and household staff

• Additional support of a physiotherapist, diversional therapist, podiatrist and visiting GP

Open Monday to Friday

10am – 4pm

or by appointment

including weekends

Call Jenny for your personal

guided tour 021 993 943

31 Shirley Road, Shirley

www.thevillagepalms.co.nz


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CRANBERRY & LIME

BURGHUL SALAD

(serves 4)

1 ½ cups of burghul wheat

3 green onions sliced

1 cup chopped parsley

1 cup chopped mint leaves

½ cup dried cranberries

¼ cup sliced Almonds toasted

2 tsp olive oil

Grated Zest of 1 lemon plus wedge to

serve

Method:

Place burghul wheat in a bowl and cover

with boiling water.

Cover and set aside for 10 mins

Drain and rinse under cold water , Drain

again .

Squeeze out any excess liquid , place in a

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bowl and stir through green onion, parsley,

mint, cranberries, almonds, oil and lemon

juice to taste.

LIME & POMEGRANATE

CITRUS SALAD

250 g Couscous

Seeds of 1 pomegranate

Large handful of mint leaves .chopped

8 large dates , chopped

4 spring onions ,finely chopped

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Bring a pot of water to the boil and add

a pihch of salt to the water. Cook the

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- KNOwLEdGE mAKES THE dIffERENCE -

NEW FASHION DESTINATION

IN MARSHLAND

Moutique, the stylish new fashion boutique

in Marshland – inside the Preston’s subdivision,

is the latest venture of business

owner Charlotte Dawes. Already operating

a successful mobile fashion store, Charlotte

decided to set up a permanent fashion shop

in this fast-growing residential area.

Offering an extensive selection of fashion

garments from casual to dressy, as well as

lovely jewellery and accessories, Moutique

is a true fashion destination. Many leading

brands can be found on the racks, including

White Chalk, Anyone’s Daughter, Lemon

Tree, Tuesday and Junk Food jeans.

Charlotte and her team all love fashion, and

are dedicated to helping their customers

find the right garment and accessories to

We are proud

stockists of:

+ White Chalk

+ Drama The Label

+ Stella + Gemma

+ Junk Food Jeans

+ Stilen

+ Jaclyn M

+ Tuesday

+ Anyone’s

Daughter

+ Nude Footwear

41 Raranga St, Marshland

Phone: (03) 386 1391

www.moutique.co.nz

suit their individual style. And Charlotte has

some wise words for customers wanting

to put together an outfit for the upcoming

festive and holiday season.

“Start with something you love and add

to it. Whilst style and the right fit are

important, wearing something you really

enjoy and that is comfortable is top of my

list. I always encourage our customers to

find pieces they can wear casually or dress

up for any occasion – don’t buy pieces that

you will wear once and leave hanging in

your wardrobe.”

Moutique is located at 41 Raranga Street,

Marshland and is open Tuesday to Sunday,

phone 386 1391. Website www.moutique.

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A LIFELONG LOVE

OF THE EAST

Born and raised in the eastern suburbs, Harcourts Gold

real estate agent Debbie Gordon has had a lifelong

passion for this unique area of Christchurch, which has

underpinned her long career in the real estate industry.

“Ninety per cent of my work is in the east,” Debbie says.

“I love the location with its many wonderful recreational

assets. There’s the beaches, surfing and surf lifesaving,

rowing and kayaking on the Avon river, cycling, mountain

biking, running and walking through Bottle Lake Forest,

a few golf courses, Taiora QE11, gymnasium and the new

salt pools currently in construction – the east is certainly

an adventure playground.”

Debbie believes the most important aspect of selling

residential real estate is providing service for clients and

says it is a key focus of her business. Continual repeat

business and referrals are a true testament to the hard

work and dedication she provides for all her clients at

Harcourts Gold New Brighton.

“I don’t take on too many listings at one time, and

sometimes I will ask people to wait before they list so I

can give them 110 per cent of my time and effort. I always

get good prices for peoples’ homes, and no matter what

price the property is selling for – whether it’s $200,000 or

$700,000, everybody gets the same level of service.”

For nine years, Debbie’s daughter Kerrin has worked as

her PA, and then 12 months ago Kerrin herself became a

fully licensed real estate agent. The mother and daughter

team now work alongside each other, with Kerrin helping

the buyers and Debbie looking after the sellers.

“Kerrin is doing very well and getting good testimonials

from clients,” Debbie says. “It’s really wonderful to see

that, and to have her working with me.”

Debbie is also a strong supporter of the local community.

She sponsors the New Brighton Bowling Club, along with

the local RSA. She also supported the Cancer Society’s

recent appeal by shaving off her hair and raising $3600 for

them.

So, if you need some advice or are thinking about selling

your property, contact Debbie on 0274 373 925 or Kerrin

on 021 069 5950 or email debbie.gordon@harcourtsgold.

co.nz. They will be very happy to help.

Here’s what clients have to say:

“Debbie goes over and beyond with her service, she is

the best. I highly recommend her to everyone and if the

chance arises in the future I will be the first to call Debbie

- I cannot thank her or praise her enough – she is the

greatest!!!” - K Gardner 22/11/19

“Debbie and Kerrin were extremely helpful in our search

for a house, taking the time to get to know us and what

we were looking for. The many suggestions of houses we

may like to view were also very helpful!- E and B Clark

11/10/19

Debbie and Kerrin Gordon

Now back at Harcourts Gold Real Estate New Brighton

Debbie Gordon

Licensed Sales Consultant

M 0274 373 925

debbie.gordon@harcourtsgold.co.nz

Kerrin Hooper

Licensed Sales Consultant

M 021 069 5950

kerrin.hooper@harcourtsgold.co.nz

www.debbiegordonharcourtsgold.co.nz

www.harcourts.co.nz

Gold Real Estate Group Ltd

Licensed Agent Under the Real Estate Agents Act 2008

Gold Real Estate Group Ltd

Licensed Agent Under the Real Estate Agents Act 2008

133 Brighton Mall, New Brighton 8061 • Ph 03 382 0043


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Eastside

Strategically positioned in the heart of Parklands, and the New Brighton commercial

district, our two eastside Harcourts Gold offices operate with a medium sized

team of highly dedicated, experienced sales consultants who have all lived and

worked in the local community for a number of years. Our consultants are available

and committed to assisting not only their immediate neighbourhood and the

surrounding suburbs, but the wider area of Christchurch also.

The eastside team has developed an

extraordinary track record of dealing with every

scenario possible when it comes to selling

property post the Christchurch quakes. We

have the knowledge, expertise, and the energy

to achieve top results, and to assist our clients

in moving forward with any real estate matters.

There is no challenge too great nor too small!

In particular, we pride ourselves on having

extensive knowledge in selling ‘As Is, Where Is’,

uninsured properties, to date having sold in

excess of 400, and have been hugely successful

in then giving our clients the ability to reach a

positive result with the sale of their damaged

home, and provide an opportunity to move

forward with their lives. Much of the value and

esteem the community attributes to the team

relates back to the support, encouragement

and assistance they delivered after the

sequence of earthquakes. Both our offices

have continued to act as a beacon for locals

requiring clarity when dealing with complex

property and real estate matters.

We are passionate about helping and being

part of the local community and already

support numerous organisations locally – some

through volunteering, newsletters, printing –

and through our Harcourts Foundation through

which we are able to apply for funding to assist

clubs or community groups.

Supported by a marketing division, customer

service department, and a number of talented

administrative staff within the Harcourts Gold

franchise, we would welcome the opportunity

to offer advice regarding the purchase, sale, or

rental management of any property.

Should you be thinking of making a career

change in 2019, we are always looking for some

fresh faces to join our team. Whether you are

an established agent looking for a fresh start,

or new to the industry, Harcourts gold is a great

company to work with, offering a supportive

environment, and an active mentoring

programme. Our eastside offices based at

Harcourts Gold Parklands office in Parklands Mall

Harcourts Gold New Brighton office in New Brighton Mall

Parklands and New Brighton are very much

community based, and our agents of varied

experience, share the same passion for people

and property. Should a vocation in real estate

be of interest to you, please feel free to give

Nikila a call on 027 5175 645.

It’s our privilege and pleasure to sell your

home for the best price possible, utilising our

knowledge and proven marketing skills.

Be assured that in selecting any of our

consultants, you will get superior support

and the entire teams’ goodwill and expertise.

Contact one of our consultants today!

Nikila Creagh

HARCOURTS GOLD OFFICE MANAGER, PARKLANDS AND NEW BRIGHTON

Andrew SWIFT

Peter GRIFFIOEN

Caleb GRIFFIOEN

Bev JOHNSON

Chantale JOHNSON

Vicki GRACE

Judith BODGER

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Debbie GORDON

Kerrin HOOPER

Paul NEWMAN

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Dan READER

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Ph: 03 595 6820

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HEALTH & AWARENESS

Treatment offered for

headaches, facial and jaw pain

PEGASUS POST

The red areas are

the areas you feel

the pain, The black

crosses are the muscle

knots that cause the

pain in the red areas.

Physical Sense Gym and Physio, located in Colombo Street

Sydenham, focuses both on helping people stay physically fit and

healthy, and helping people to overcome various health problems.

As physiotherapist Ietje van Stolk

explains, when our muscles tighten this

can refer pain to many of these areas

around the face and head. Dehydration

can be the catalyst for tightening the neck

muscle (SCM), which causes pain in the

ear, forehead and round the eye and jaw

joint areas. Tightening of the temporalis

muscle can refer pain to the teeth, which

can be confusing when the person visits

the dentist to have it seen to and the dentist

can’t find a reason for the recurring pain.

Teeth grinding at night and teeth

clenching during the day are also a major

cause of muscle tightening.

Physiotherapy treatment for these

problems is based on deactivating the

‘trigger points’ through hands-on massage

therapy to relax the muscles, which is the

least invasive and a very effective form

of treatment. Dry needling is another

technique used for muscle relaxation,

but is only used with the client’s consent,

Ietje says.

“We release the muscles to give

immediate relief, and at the same time

work on the cause. For example, we have

a feedback headband that is worn at night

to help people to learn not to clench their

teeth while they’re asleep. We also work

on the client’s cervical or neck part of the

spine, where overuse can cause muscles to

tighten, creating pain.”

Teaching self-management of stress

is an important aspect of the clinic’s

treatment as well as teaching breathing

techniques, which go hand in hand with

managing stress.

See us for headaches,

facial or jaw pain before

February, mention this

article and save $45.00

on your first treatment.

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

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

Time isn't on

your side.

From 21 December, it will be illegal to own

any prohibited firearms or parts.

Hand yours in to receive payment and avoid prosecution.

Anyone prosecuted will lose their firearms licence.

For a full list of collection events and

other ways to hand in your firearms

or parts, call 0800 311 311

or visit police.govt.nz

Submitting Agency:

Case No.:

Item No.:

Date of Collection:

Time of Collection:

Collected by:

Badge No.:

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34 Latest Canterbury news at starnews.co.nz

PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE MADE

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO: www.facebook.com/

www.christchurchsantaparade.nz

Twitter: Santa Parade Christchurch

@SChristchurch

Sponsors: Bus Service: No Stopping

Restrictions:

Where Not To Park:

Remember your sun hat,

sunscreen and water bottle!

Parking Available

Water pistols and Water

Bombs are totally prohibited

during the parade

In The Event of

Bad Weather:

Health & Safety

Sponsors: Christchurch City Council, Multi Media

Communications Ltd., Smiths City, Fulton Hogan, Stuff,

More FM, Star Media, The Breeze, Canterbury

Employers’ Chamber of Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers,

Christchurch Engine Centre, Pub Charity Limited, The

Trusts Community Foundation, CERT, The Southern Trust,

TVNZ, Rata Foundation, Mainland Foundation,

McDonald’s Family Restaurants, Chinese Community of

Christchurch, City Care Civil, Meta Digital, Air Rescue

and Community Services, Rainbow Print, Team

Hutchinson Ford, , Resene, JJ Ltd., Hire King, BrokerWeb

Risk Services, Hoyts Riccarton, Wayne Robertson, Vidpro

Broadcast Rentals, Mainfreight, Owens Transport, Daily

Freight, NZ Express Transport, Bascik Transport,

Opzeeland Transport, Lions Club of Ellesmere, The

French Bakery, Debbie Newman and Southern Salvage,

Sharon Howells School of Ballet, Original Scripts Theatre

School, Vicki Williamson-Morris, Orion, Connetics, Shane

Cole, Matt Long, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

Christchurch Air Training Corps, NZ Police, Canterbury

Model ‘A’ Ford Club, Martin Patterson, Tony Clark, NZ

Trikes, Case and Vintage Farm Machinery Club , Happy

Hire, EPS Foam, Ara Institute of Canterbury, Familial

Trust, NZ Vintage Machinery Club, Johnson Controls,

Sisters 3 Costume Hire, Ian McDougall, Ian Dobson,

Marshall Power Ltd., Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough

TWL, Connetics, Smiths Hire, Cockram Kia, Cockram

Nissan, Christchurch Mitsubishi, Ssangyong Christchurch,

Blackwell Mazda, Blackwell Holden, Barry Corbett,

Shona Ross, AM Limo, T L Parker Ltd., ETS Electro-Tech

Services, Empire Extinguishers, George Henry Ltd.,

Frucor, Rebecca Luxon, Anne Jamieson, Steve Cooper,

Helen Mason, Robert Cassidy, Bill Peterson, Mary Dollin.

The Christchurch Children’s Christmas

Parade Trust ask that the general public

be responsible for its own and others

safety at all times while viewing the event.

Meter shrouds and signs will be used

throughout the route.

WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY

INCONVENIENCE CAUSED AND ASK FOR

YOUR PATIENCE

BEFORE & DURING THE PARADE.

Due to the large number of children

and spectators expected at this year’s

parade parking will be restricted along

the entire route and assembly points.

No stopping signs will be erected both

sides of Madras St (Moorhouse Ave to

Salisbury Street), St Asaph St (Manchester

to Barbadoes St), Ferry Rd (Barbadoes to

St Asaph St), Kilmore St (Barbadoes to

Manchester St) from 12 noon Saturday –

5.30pm Sunday.

Madras Street from Moorhouse Ave

to Tuam St will be closed to all traffic

Sunday (8am-5.30pm approx.) and closure

extending from Tuam St to Salisbury St

(1pm – 5.30pm approx.)

CCC Car Parking available follow link

for map, charges and opening hours :

https://www.parkopedia.co.nz/parking/

carpark/105_worcester_st/8011/

CHRISTCHURCH CITY - MADRAS ST

SUNDAY 2ND DECEMBER - STARTS 2PM

THE CHRISTCHURCH CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARADE TRUST

PRINCIPAL SPONSORS:

MEDIA PARTNERS

SPONSORS

FINISH

LATIMER

SQUARE

MADRAS STREET

START

MADRAS STREET

ST ASAPH STREET

KILMORE STREET

All usual Sunday schedules will

be operating.

Timetable information available

at metroinfo.co.nz or call us on

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles and take

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is just

2 blocks away from the Parade

route!

Entertainment

From

PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE MADE

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO: www.facebook.com/

www.christchurchsantaparade.nz

Twitter: Santa Parade Christchurch

@SChristchurch

ponsors: Bus Service: No Stopping

Restrictions:

Where Not To Park:

Remember your sun hat,

sunscreen and water bottle!

Parking Available

Water pistols and Water

Bombs are totally prohibited

during the parade

In The Event of

Bad Weather:

Health & Safety

nsors: Christchurch City Council, Multi Media

mmunications Ltd., Smiths City, Fulton Hogan, Stuff,

re FM, Star Media, The Breeze, Canterbury

ployers’ Chamber of Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers,

ristchurch Engine Centre, Pub Charity Limited, The

sts Community Foundation, CERT, The Southern Trust,

NZ, Rata Foundation, Mainland Foundation,

Donald’s Family Restaurants, Chinese Community of

ristchurch, City Care Civil, Meta Digital, Air Rescue

Community Services, Rainbow Print, Team

tchinson Ford, , Resene, JJ Ltd., Hire King, BrokerWeb

k Services, Hoyts Riccarton, Wayne Robertson, Vidpro

adcast Rentals, Mainfreight, Owens Transport, Daily

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zeeland Transport, Lions Club of Ellesmere, The

nch Bakery, Debbie Newman and Southern Salvage,

ron Howells School of Ballet, Original Scripts Theatre

ool, Vicki Williamson-Morris, Orion, Connetics, Shane

le, Matt Long, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

ristchurch Air Training Corps, NZ Police, Canterbury

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e, EPS Foam, Ara Institute of Canterbury, Familial

st, NZ Vintage Machinery Club, Johnson Controls,

ters 3 Costume Hire, Ian McDougall, Ian Dobson,

rshall Power Ltd., Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough

L, Connetics, Smiths Hire, Cockram Kia, Cockram

san, Christchurch Mitsubishi, Ssangyong Christchurch,

ckwell Mazda, Blackwell Holden, Barry Corbett,

na Ross, AM Limo, T L Parker Ltd., ETS Electro-Tech

vices, Empire Extinguishers, George Henry Ltd.,

cor, Rebecca Luxon, Anne Jamieson, Steve Cooper,

len Mason, Robert Cassidy, Bill Peterson, Mary Dollin.

The Christchurch Children’s Christmas

Parade Trust ask that the general public

be responsible for its own and others

safety at all times while viewing the event.

Meter shrouds and signs will be used

throughout the route.

WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY

INCONVENIENCE CAUSED AND ASK FOR

YOUR PATIENCE

BEFORE & DURING THE PARADE.

Due to the large number of children

and spectators expected at this year’s

parade parking will be restricted along

the entire route and assembly points.

No stopping signs will be erected both

sides of Madras St (Moorhouse Ave to

Salisbury Street), St Asaph St (Mancheste

to Barbadoes St), Ferry Rd (Barbadoes to

St Asaph St), Kilmore St (Barbadoes to

Manchester St) from 12 noon Saturday –

5.30pm Sunday.

Madras Street from Moorhouse Ave

to Tuam St will be closed to all traffic

Sunday (8am-5.30pm approx.) and closure

extending from Tuam St to Salisbury St

(1pm – 5.30pm approx.)

CCC Car Parking available follow link

for map, charges and opening hours :

https://www.parkopedia.co.nz/parking/

carpark/105_worcester_st/8011/

CHRISTCHURCH CITY - MADRAS ST

SUNDAY 2ND DECEMBER - STARTS 2PM

PRINCIPAL SPONSORS:

MEDIA PARTNERS

SPONSORS

FINISH

LATIMER

SQUARE

MADRAS STREET

START

MADRAS STREET

ST ASAPH STREET

KILMORE STREET

All usual Sunday schedules will

be operating.

Timetable information available

at metroinfo.co.nz or call us on

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles and take

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is just

2 blocks away from the Parade

route!

Entertainment

From

CHRISTCHURCH CITY – MADRAS STREET

SUNDAY 8th DECEMBER – STARTS 2pm

ENTERTAINMENT

FROM CARSON TAARE

Christchurch City Council, MultiMedia

Communications Ltd., Smiths City, Fulton

Hogan, Stuff, More FM, Star Media, The

Breeze, Canterbury Employers’ Chamber of

Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers, The Lion

Foundation, Christchurch Engine Centre, Pub

Charity Limited, Four Winds Foundation,

CERT, The Southern Trust, TVNZ, Rata

Foundation, Mainland Foundation,

McDonald’s Family Restaurants,

Chinese Community of Christchurch, City

Care Civil, Shirley Boys’ High School, Meta

Digital, Rainbow Print, Team Hutchinson

Ford, Resene, JJ Ltd., HireKing,

BrokerWeb Risk Services, Mainfreight,

Owens Transport, Daily Freight, NZ

Express Transport, Bascik Transport, Apex

Industrial Doors, Opzeeland Transport,

Lions Club of Ellesmere, The French Bakery,

Powell Fenwick Consultants, Debbie

Newman and Southern Salvage, Sharon

Howells School of Ballet, Original Scripts

Theatre School, Vicki Williamson-Morris,

Orion, Connetics, Nigel Cox, Shane Cole,

Matt Long, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

Christchurch Air Training Corps, NZ Police,

Wayne Robertson, Canterbury Model ‘A’

Ford Club, Tony Clark, NZ Trikes,

Accessman, Andy Guan, Happy Hire, Warren

Lewis, EPS Foam, Ara Institute of

Canterbury, NZ Vintage Machinery Club,

Johnson Controls, Warren McLaughlan,

Sisters 3 Costume Hire, Phil Mauger, Ian

McDougall, Marshall Power Ltd.,

Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough TWL,

Blackwells Mazda, Blackwells Holden, Barry

Corbett, Shona Ross, AM Limo, T L Parker

Ltd., ETS Electro-Tech Services, Empire

Extinguishers, Gavin Dunn, Mary Dollin,

Frucor, Rebecca Luxon, Anne Jamieson,

Helen Mason, Robert Cassidy, Redmond

family, Kerry Houston, Secure Scaffold,

Gap Filler, Active Refrigeration, Karyn &

David Luxon, PlaceMakers Riccarton.

All usual Sunday schedules will

be operating.Timetable and detour

information available at metroinfo.co.nz

or call us on 03 366 8855. “Avoid parking

hassles and take the bus” The Bus Interchange

is just 2 blocks away from the

Parade route!

CCC Car Parking available follow link

for map, charges and opening hours :

https://www.parkopedia.co.nz/parking/

carpark/105_worcester_st/8011/

The Christchurch Children’s Christmas

Parade Trust ask that the general

public be responsible for its own and

others safety at all times while viewing

the event.

Meter shrouds and signs will be used

throughout the route.

WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY

INCONVENIENCE CAUSED AND

ASK FOR YOUR PATIENCE BEFORE

& DURING THE PARADE.

PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE MADE

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO:

www.facebook.com/

www.christchurchsantaparade.nz

Twitter: Santa Parade Christchurch

@SChristchurch

SPONSORS

Bus Service:

No Stopping

Restrictions:

Parking Available:

Health & Safety

Where Not To Park:

Remember your

sun hat,sunscreen

and water bottle!

Water pistols and

Water Bombs are

totally prohibited

during the parade

In The Event of Bad

Weather:

ADE POSTPONEMENT

CISION WILL NOT BE MADE

ORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

1 MORE FM,

E BREEZE 94.5FM,

GO TO: www.facebook.com/

w.christchurchsantaparade.nz

tter: Santa Parade Christchurch

Christchurch

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No Stopping

Restrictions:

Where Not To Park:

Remember your sun hat,

sunscreen and water bottle!

Parking Available

Water pistols and Water

Bombs are totally prohibited

during the parade

The Event of

d Weather:

Health & Safety

The Christchurch Children’s Christmas

Parade Trust ask that the general public

be responsible for its own and others

safety at all times while viewing the event.

Meter shrouds and signs will be used

throughout the route.

WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY

INCONVENIENCE CAUSED AND ASK FOR

YOUR PATIENCE

BEFORE & DURING THE PARADE.

Due to the large number of children

and spectators expected at this year’s

parade parking will be restricted along

the entire route and assembly points.

No stopping signs will be erected both

sides of Madras St (Moorhouse Ave to

Salisbury Street), St Asaph St (Manchester

to Barbadoes St), Ferry Rd (Barbadoes to

St Asaph St), Kilmore St (Barbadoes to

Manchester St) from 12 noon Saturday –

5.30pm Sunday.

Madras Street from Moorhouse Ave

to Tuam St will be closed to all traffic

Sunday (8am-5.30pm approx.) and closure

extending from Tuam St to Salisbury St

(1pm – 5.30pm approx.)

CCC Car Parking available follow link

for map, charges and opening hours :

https://www.parkopedia.co.nz/parking/

carpark/105_worcester_st/8011/

CHRISTCHURCH CITY - MADRAS ST

SUNDAY 2ND DECEMBER - STARTS 2PM

FINISH

LATIMER

SQUARE

MADRAS STREET

START

MADRAS STREET

ST ASAPH STREET

KILMORE STREET

usual Sunday schedules will

operating.

etable information available

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366 8855.

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Bus Interchange is just

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PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE MADE

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO: www.facebook.com/

www.christchurchsantaparade.nz

Twitter: Santa Parade Christchurch

@SChristchurch

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More FM, Star Media, The Breeze, Canterbury

Employers’ Chamber of Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers,

Christchurch Engine Centre, Pub Charity Limited, The

Trusts Community Foundation, CERT, The Southern Trust,

TVNZ, Rata Foundation, Mainland Foundation,

McDonald’s Family Restaurants, Chinese Community of

Christchurch, City Care Civil, Meta Digital, Air Rescue

and Community Services, Rainbow Print, Team

Hutchinson Ford, , Resene, JJ Ltd., Hire King, BrokerWeb

Risk Services, Hoyts Riccarton, Wayne Robertson, Vidpro

Broadcast Rentals, Mainfreight, Owens Transport, Daily

Freight, NZ Express Transport, Bascik Transport,

Opzeeland Transport, Lions Club of Ellesmere, The

French Bakery, Debbie Newman and Southern Salvage,

Sharon Howells School of Ballet, Original Scripts Theatre

School, Vicki Williamson-Morris, Orion, Connetics, Shane

Cole, Matt Long, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

Christchurch Air Training Corps, NZ Police, Canterbury

Model ‘A’ Ford Club, Martin Patterson, Tony Clark, NZ

Trikes, Case and Vintage Farm Machinery Club , Happy

Hire, EPS Foam, Ara Institute of Canterbury, Familial

Trust, NZ Vintage Machinery Club, Johnson Controls,

Sisters 3 Costume Hire, Ian McDougall, Ian Dobson,

Marshall Power Ltd., Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough

TWL, Connetics, Smiths Hire, Cockram Kia, Cockram

Nissan, Christchurch Mitsubishi, Ssangyong Christchurch,

Blackwell Mazda, Blackwell Holden, Barry Corbett,

Shona Ross, AM Limo, T L Parker Ltd., ETS Electro-Tech

Services, Empire Extinguishers, George Henry Ltd.,

Frucor, Rebecca Luxon, Anne Jamieson, Steve Cooper,

Helen Mason, Robert Cassidy, Bill Peterson, Mary Dollin.

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THE CHRISTCHURCH CHILD

PRINCIPAL SPONSORS:

MEDIA PARTNERS

SPONSORS

All usual Sunday schedules will

be operating.

Timetable information available

at metroinfo.co.nz or call us on

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles and take

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is just

2 blocks away from the Parade

route!

Entertainment

From

PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE MADE

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO: www.facebook.com/

www.christchurchsantaparade.nz

Twitter: Santa Parade Christchurch

@SChristchurch

Sponsors: Bus Service: No Stopp

Restrictio

Remember

sunscreen a

Parking A

Water pistol

Bombs are

during the p

In The Event of

Bad Weather:

Health &

Sponsors: Christchurch City Council, Multi Media

Communications Ltd., Smiths City, Fulton Hogan, Stuff,

More FM, Star Media, The Breeze, Canterbury

Employers’ Chamber of Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers,

Christchurch Engine Centre, Pub Charity Limited, The

Trusts Community Foundation, CERT, The Southern Trust,

TVNZ, Rata Foundation, Mainland Foundation,

McDonald’s Family Restaurants, Chinese Community of

Christchurch, City Care Civil, Meta Digital, Air Rescue

and Community Services, Rainbow Print, Team

Hutchinson Ford, , Resene, JJ Ltd., Hire King, BrokerWeb

Risk Services, Hoyts Riccarton, Wayne Robertson, Vidpro

Broadcast Rentals, Mainfreight, Owens Transport, Daily

Freight, NZ Express Transport, Bascik Transport,

Opzeeland Transport, Lions Club of Ellesmere, The

French Bakery, Debbie Newman and Southern Salvage,

Sharon Howells School of Ballet, Original Scripts Theatre

School, Vicki Williamson-Morris, Orion, Connetics, Shane

Cole, Matt Long, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

Christchurch Air Training Corps, NZ Police, Canterbury

Model ‘A’ Ford Club, Martin Patterson, Tony Clark, NZ

Trikes, Case and Vintage Farm Machinery Club , Happy

Hire, EPS Foam, Ara Institute of Canterbury, Familial

Trust, NZ Vintage Machinery Club, Johnson Controls,

Sisters 3 Costume Hire, Ian McDougall, Ian Dobson,

Marshall Power Ltd., Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough

TWL, Connetics, Smiths Hire, Cockram Kia, Cockram

Nissan, Christchurch Mitsubishi, Ssangyong Christchurch,

Blackwell Mazda, Blackwell Holden, Barry Corbett,

Shona Ross, AM Limo, T L Parker Ltd., ETS Electro-Tech

Services, Empire Extinguishers, George Henry Ltd.,

Frucor, Rebecca Luxon, Anne Jamieson, Steve Cooper,

Helen Mason, Robert Cassidy, Bill Peterson, Mary Dollin.

The Christchurch

Parade Trust ask

be responsible fo

safety at all times

Meter shrouds an

throughout the ro

WE APOLOGISE

INCONVENIENCE

YOUR PATIENCE

BEFORE & DURIN

CCC Car Parking

for map, charges

https://www.parko

carpark/105_worc

CHRISTCH

SUNDAY 2N

THE CHRISTCHURCH CHILDREN’S CHRIS

PRINCIPAL SPONSORS:

MEDIA PARTNERS

SPONSORS

All usual Sunday schedules will

be operating.

Timetable information available

at metroinfo.co.nz or call us on

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles and take

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is just

2 blocks away from the Parade

route!

Entertainment

From

PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE M

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO: www.facebook

www.christchurchsantapara

Twitter: Santa Parade Chris

@SChristchurch

Sponsors:

Bus Service:

In The Event of

Bad Weather:

Sponsors: Christchurch City Council, Multi Media

Communications Ltd., Smiths City, Fulton Hogan, Stuff,

More FM, Star Media, The Breeze, Canterbury

Employers’ Chamber of Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers,

Christchurch Engine Centre, Pub Charity Limited, The

Trusts Community Foundation, CERT, The Southern Trust,

TVNZ, Rata Foundation, Mainland Foundation,

McDonald’s Family Restaurants, Chinese Community of

Christchurch, City Care Civil, Meta Digital, Air Rescue

and Community Services, Rainbow Print, Team

Hutchinson Ford, , Resene, JJ Ltd., Hire King, BrokerWeb

Risk Services, Hoyts Riccarton, Wayne Robertson, Vidpro

Broadcast Rentals, Mainfreight, Owens Transport, Daily

Freight, NZ Express Transport, Bascik Transport,

Opzeeland Transport, Lions Club of Ellesmere, The

French Bakery, Debbie Newman and Southern Salvage,

Sharon Howells School of Ballet, Original Scripts Theatre

School, Vicki Williamson-Morris, Orion, Connetics, Shane

Cole, Matt Long, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

Christchurch Air Training Corps, NZ Police, Canterbury

Model ‘A’ Ford Club, Martin Patterson, Tony Clark, NZ

Trikes, Case and Vintage Farm Machinery Club , Happy

Hire, EPS Foam, Ara Institute of Canterbury, Familial

Trust, NZ Vintage Machinery Club, Johnson Controls,

Sisters 3 Costume Hire, Ian McDougall, Ian Dobson,

Marshall Power Ltd., Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough

TWL, Connetics, Smiths Hire, Cockram Kia, Cockram

Nissan, Christchurch Mitsubishi, Ssangyong Christchurch,

Blackwell Mazda, Blackwell Holden, Barry Corbett,

Shona Ross, AM Limo, T L Parker Ltd., ETS Electro-Tech

Services, Empire Extinguishers, George Henry Ltd.,

Frucor, Rebecca Luxon, Anne Jamieson, Steve Cooper,

Helen Mason, Robert Cassidy, Bill Peterson, Mary Dollin.

MEDIA PARTNERS

SPONSORS

All usual Sunday schedul

be operating.

Timetable information av

at metroinfo.co.nz or call

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles an

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is ju

2 blocks away from the P

route!

Entertainment

From

PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE MADE

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO: www.facebook.com/

www.christchurchsantaparade.nz

Twitter: Santa Parade Christchurch

@SChristchurch

Sponsors: Bus Service: No Stoppin

Restriction

Remember yo

sunscreen and

Parking Av

Water pistols a

Bombs are tot

during the par

In The Event of

Bad Weather:

Health & S

Sponsors: Christchurch City Council, Multi Media

Communications Ltd., Smiths City, Fulton Hogan, Stuff,

More FM, Star Media, The Breeze, Canterbury

Employers’ Chamber of Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers,

Christchurch Engine Centre, Pub Charity Limited, The

Trusts Community Foundation, CERT, The Southern Trust,

TVNZ, Rata Foundation, Mainland Foundation,

McDonald’s Family Restaurants, Chinese Community of

Christchurch, City Care Civil, Meta Digital, Air Rescue

and Community Services, Rainbow Print, Team

Hutchinson Ford, , Resene, JJ Ltd., Hire King, BrokerWeb

Risk Services, Hoyts Riccarton, Wayne Robertson, Vidpro

Broadcast Rentals, Mainfreight, Owens Transport, Daily

Freight, NZ Express Transport, Bascik Transport,

Opzeeland Transport, Lions Club of Ellesmere, The

French Bakery, Debbie Newman and Southern Salvage,

Sharon Howells School of Ballet, Original Scripts Theatre

School, Vicki Williamson-Morris, Orion, Connetics, Shane

Cole, Matt Long, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

Christchurch Air Training Corps, NZ Police, Canterbury

Model ‘A’ Ford Club, Martin Patterson, Tony Clark, NZ

Trikes, Case and Vintage Farm Machinery Club , Happy

Hire, EPS Foam, Ara Institute of Canterbury, Familial

Trust, NZ Vintage Machinery Club, Johnson Controls,

Sisters 3 Costume Hire, Ian McDougall, Ian Dobson,

Marshall Power Ltd., Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough

TWL, Connetics, Smiths Hire, Cockram Kia, Cockram

Nissan, Christchurch Mitsubishi, Ssangyong Christchurch,

Blackwell Mazda, Blackwell Holden, Barry Corbett,

Shona Ross, AM Limo, T L Parker Ltd., ETS Electro-Tech

Services, Empire Extinguishers, George Henry Ltd.,

Frucor, Rebecca Luxon, Anne Jamieson, Steve Cooper,

Helen Mason, Robert Cassidy, Bill Peterson, Mary Dollin.

The Christchurch Chil

Parade Trust ask that

be responsible for its

safety at all times wh

Meter shrouds and si

throughout the route

WE APOLOGISE FOR

INCONVENIENCE CA

YOUR PATIENCE

BEFORE & DURING T

CCC Car Parking ava

for map, charges and

https://www.parkoped

carpark/105_worceste

CHRISTCHU

SUNDAY 2ND

THE CHRISTCHURCH CHILDREN’S CHRISTM

PRINCIPAL SPONSORS:

MEDIA PARTNERS

SPONSORS

All usual Sunday schedules will

be operating.

Timetable information available

at metroinfo.co.nz or call us on

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles and take

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is just

2 blocks away from the Parade

route!

Entertainment

From

PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE MADE

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO: www.facebook.com/

www.christchurchsantaparade.nz

Twitter: Santa Parade Christchurch

@SChristchurch

Sponsors: Bus Service: No Stopping

Restrictions

Remember your

sunscreen and w

Parking Ava

Water pistols an

Bombs are total

during the para

In The Event of

Bad Weather:

Health & Sa

Sponsors: Christchurch City Council, Multi Media

Communications Ltd., Smiths City, Fulton Hogan, Stuff,

More FM, Star Media, The Breeze, Canterbury

Employers’ Chamber of Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers,

Christchurch Engine Centre, Pub Charity Limited, The

Trusts Community Foundation, CERT, The Southern Trust,

TVNZ, Rata Foundation, Mainland Foundation,

McDonald’s Family Restaurants, Chinese Community of

Christchurch, City Care Civil, Meta Digital, Air Rescue

and Community Services, Rainbow Print, Team

Hutchinson Ford, , Resene, JJ Ltd., Hire King, BrokerWeb

Risk Services, Hoyts Riccarton, Wayne Robertson, Vidpro

Broadcast Rentals, Mainfreight, Owens Transport, Daily

Freight, NZ Express Transport, Bascik Transport,

Opzeeland Transport, Lions Club of Ellesmere, The

French Bakery, Debbie Newman and Southern Salvage,

Sharon Howells School of Ballet, Original Scripts Theatre

School, Vicki Williamson-Morris, Orion, Connetics, Shane

Cole, Matt Long, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

Christchurch Air Training Corps, NZ Police, Canterbury

Model ‘A’ Ford Club, Martin Patterson, Tony Clark, NZ

Trikes, Case and Vintage Farm Machinery Club , Happy

Hire, EPS Foam, Ara Institute of Canterbury, Familial

Trust, NZ Vintage Machinery Club, Johnson Controls,

Sisters 3 Costume Hire, Ian McDougall, Ian Dobson,

Marshall Power Ltd., Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough

TWL, Connetics, Smiths Hire, Cockram Kia, Cockram

Nissan, Christchurch Mitsubishi, Ssangyong Christchurch,

Blackwell Mazda, Blackwell Holden, Barry Corbett,

Shona Ross, AM Limo, T L Parker Ltd., ETS Electro-Tech

Services, Empire Extinguishers, George Henry Ltd.,

Frucor, Rebecca Luxon, Anne Jamieson, Steve Cooper,

Helen Mason, Robert Cassidy, Bill Peterson, Mary Dollin.

The Christchurch Childr

Parade Trust ask that th

be responsible for its o

safety at all times while

Meter shrouds and sign

throughout the route.

WE APOLOGISE FOR A

INCONVENIENCE CAU

YOUR PATIENCE

BEFORE & DURING TH

CCC Car Parking availa

for map, charges and o

https://www.parkopedia

carpark/105_worcester_

CHRISTCHU

SUNDAY 2ND

THE CHRISTCHURCH CHILDREN’S CHRISTMA

PRINCIPAL SPONSORS:

MEDIA PARTNERS

SPONSORS

All usual Sunday schedules will

be operating.

Timetable information available

at metroinfo.co.nz or call us on

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles and take

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is just

2 blocks away from the Parade

route!

Entertainment

From

PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE MADE

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO: www.facebook.com/

www.christchurchsantaparade.nz

Twitter: Santa Parade Christchurch

@SChristchurch

Sponsors: Bus Service: No Stoppin

Restrictions

Remember you

sunscreen and

Parking Ava

Water pistols a

Bombs are tota

during the para

In The Event of

Bad Weather:

Health & S

Sponsors: Christchurch City Council, Multi Media

Communications Ltd., Smiths City, Fulton Hogan, Stuff,

More FM, Star Media, The Breeze, Canterbury

Employers’ Chamber of Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers,

Christchurch Engine Centre, Pub Charity Limited, The

Trusts Community Foundation, CERT, The Southern Trust,

TVNZ, Rata Foundation, Mainland Foundation,

McDonald’s Family Restaurants, Chinese Community of

Christchurch, City Care Civil, Meta Digital, Air Rescue

and Community Services, Rainbow Print, Team

Hutchinson Ford, , Resene, JJ Ltd., Hire King, BrokerWeb

Risk Services, Hoyts Riccarton, Wayne Robertson, Vidpro

Broadcast Rentals, Mainfreight, Owens Transport, Daily

Freight, NZ Express Transport, Bascik Transport,

Opzeeland Transport, Lions Club of Ellesmere, The

French Bakery, Debbie Newman and Southern Salvage,

Sharon Howells School of Ballet, Original Scripts Theatre

School, Vicki Williamson-Morris, Orion, Connetics, Shane

Cole, Matt Long, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

Christchurch Air Training Corps, NZ Police, Canterbury

Model ‘A’ Ford Club, Martin Patterson, Tony Clark, NZ

Trikes, Case and Vintage Farm Machinery Club , Happy

Hire, EPS Foam, Ara Institute of Canterbury, Familial

Trust, NZ Vintage Machinery Club, Johnson Controls,

Sisters 3 Costume Hire, Ian McDougall, Ian Dobson,

Marshall Power Ltd., Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough

TWL, Connetics, Smiths Hire, Cockram Kia, Cockram

Nissan, Christchurch Mitsubishi, Ssangyong Christchurch,

Blackwell Mazda, Blackwell Holden, Barry Corbett,

Shona Ross, AM Limo, T L Parker Ltd., ETS Electro-Tech

Services, Empire Extinguishers, George Henry Ltd.,

Frucor, Rebecca Luxon, Anne Jamieson, Steve Cooper,

Helen Mason, Robert Cassidy, Bill Peterson, Mary Dollin.

The Christchurch Child

Parade Trust ask that t

be responsible for its

safety at all times whil

Meter shrouds and sig

throughout the route.

WE APOLOGISE FOR

INCONVENIENCE CAU

YOUR PATIENCE

BEFORE & DURING TH

CCC Car Parking avail

for map, charges and

https://www.parkoped

carpark/105_worcester

CHRISTCHU

SUNDAY 2ND

THE CHRISTCHURCH CHILDREN’S CHRISTMA

PRINCIPAL SPONSORS:

MEDIA PARTNERS

SPONSORS

All usual Sunday schedules will

be operating.

Timetable information available

at metroinfo.co.nz or call us on

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles and take

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is just

2 blocks away from the Parade

route!

Entertainment

From

PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE MADE

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO: www.facebook.com/

www.christchurchsantaparade.nz

Twitter: Santa Parade Christchurch

@SChristchurch

Sponsors: Bus Service: No Stopping

Restrictions:

Remember your su

sunscreen and wat

Parking Availa

Water pistols and

Bombs are totally

during the parade

In The Event of

Bad Weather:

Health & Safe

Sponsors: Christchurch City Council, Multi Media

Communications Ltd., Smiths City, Fulton Hogan, Stuff,

More FM, Star Media, The Breeze, Canterbury

Employers’ Chamber of Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers,

Christchurch Engine Centre, Pub Charity Limited, The

Trusts Community Foundation, CERT, The Southern Trust,

TVNZ, Rata Foundation, Mainland Foundation,

McDonald’s Family Restaurants, Chinese Community of

Christchurch, City Care Civil, Meta Digital, Air Rescue

and Community Services, Rainbow Print, Team

Hutchinson Ford, , Resene, JJ Ltd., Hire King, BrokerWeb

Risk Services, Hoyts Riccarton, Wayne Robertson, Vidpro

Broadcast Rentals, Mainfreight, Owens Transport, Daily

Freight, NZ Express Transport, Bascik Transport,

Opzeeland Transport, Lions Club of Ellesmere, The

French Bakery, Debbie Newman and Southern Salvage,

Sharon Howells School of Ballet, Original Scripts Theatre

School, Vicki Williamson-Morris, Orion, Connetics, Shane

Cole, Matt Long, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

Christchurch Air Training Corps, NZ Police, Canterbury

Model ‘A’ Ford Club, Martin Patterson, Tony Clark, NZ

Trikes, Case and Vintage Farm Machinery Club , Happy

Hire, EPS Foam, Ara Institute of Canterbury, Familial

Trust, NZ Vintage Machinery Club, Johnson Controls,

Sisters 3 Costume Hire, Ian McDougall, Ian Dobson,

Marshall Power Ltd., Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough

TWL, Connetics, Smiths Hire, Cockram Kia, Cockram

Nissan, Christchurch Mitsubishi, Ssangyong Christchurch,

Blackwell Mazda, Blackwell Holden, Barry Corbett,

Shona Ross, AM Limo, T L Parker Ltd., ETS Electro-Tech

Services, Empire Extinguishers, George Henry Ltd.,

Frucor, Rebecca Luxon, Anne Jamieson, Steve Cooper,

Helen Mason, Robert Cassidy, Bill Peterson, Mary Dollin.

The Christchurch Children’s

Parade Trust ask that the ge

be responsible for its own a

safety at all times while vie

Meter shrouds and signs w

throughout the route.

WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY

INCONVENIENCE CAUSED

YOUR PATIENCE

BEFORE & DURING THE PA

CCC Car Parking available

for map, charges and open

https://www.parkopedia.co.n

carpark/105_worcester_st/80

CHRISTCHUR

SUNDAY 2ND D

THE CHRISTCHURCH CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS P

PRINCIPAL SPONSORS:

MEDIA PARTNERS

SPONSORS

All usual Sunday schedules will

be operating.

Timetable information available

at metroinfo.co.nz or call us on

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles and take

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is just

2 blocks away from the Parade

route!

Entertainment

From

PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE MADE

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO: www.facebook.com/

www.christchurchsantaparade.nz

Twitter: Santa Parade Christchurch

@SChristchurch

Sponsors: Bus Service: No Stopping

Restrictions:

Where Not To Park:

Remember your sun hat,

sunscreen and water bottle!

Parking Available

Water pistols and Water

Bombs are totally prohibited

during the parade

In The Event of

Bad Weather:

Health & Safety

Sponsors: Christchurch City Council, Multi Media

Communications Ltd., Smiths City, Fulton Hogan, Stuff,

More FM, Star Media, The Breeze, Canterbury

Employers’ Chamber of Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers,

Christchurch Engine Centre, Pub Charity Limited, The

Trusts Community Foundation, CERT, The Southern Trust,

TVNZ, Rata Foundation, Mainland Foundation,

McDonald’s Family Restaurants, Chinese Community of

Christchurch, City Care Civil, Meta Digital, Air Rescue

and Community Services, Rainbow Print, Team

Hutchinson Ford, , Resene, JJ Ltd., Hire King, BrokerWeb

Risk Services, Hoyts Riccarton, Wayne Robertson, Vidpro

Broadcast Rentals, Mainfreight, Owens Transport, Daily

Freight, NZ Express Transport, Bascik Transport,

Opzeeland Transport, Lions Club of Ellesmere, The

French Bakery, Debbie Newman and Southern Salvage,

Sharon Howells School of Ballet, Original Scripts Theatre

School, Vicki Williamson-Morris, Orion, Connetics, Shane

Cole, Matt Long, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

Christchurch Air Training Corps, NZ Police, Canterbury

Model ‘A’ Ford Club, Martin Patterson, Tony Clark, NZ

Trikes, Case and Vintage Farm Machinery Club , Happy

Hire, EPS Foam, Ara Institute of Canterbury, Familial

Trust, NZ Vintage Machinery Club, Johnson Controls,

Sisters 3 Costume Hire, Ian McDougall, Ian Dobson,

Marshall Power Ltd., Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough

TWL, Connetics, Smiths Hire, Cockram Kia, Cockram

Nissan, Christchurch Mitsubishi, Ssangyong Christchurch,

Blackwell Mazda, Blackwell Holden, Barry Corbett,

Shona Ross, AM Limo, T L Parker Ltd., ETS Electro-Tech

Services, Empire Extinguishers, George Henry Ltd.,

Frucor, Rebecca Luxon, Anne Jamieson, Steve Cooper,

Helen Mason, Robert Cassidy, Bill Peterson, Mary Dollin.

The Christchurch Children’s Christmas

Parade Trust ask that the general public

be responsible for its own and others

safety at all times while viewing the event.

Meter shrouds and signs will be used

throughout the route.

WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY

INCONVENIENCE CAUSED AND ASK FOR

YOUR PATIENCE

BEFORE & DURING THE PARADE.

Due to the large number of children

and spectators expected at this year’s

parade parking will be restricted along

the entire route and assembly points.

No stopping signs will be erected both

sides of Madras St (Moorhouse Ave to

Salisbury Street), St Asaph St (Manches

to Barbadoes St), Ferry Rd (Barbadoes

St Asaph St), Kilmore St (Barbadoes to

Manchester St) from 12 noon Saturday

5.30pm Sunday.

Madras Street from Moorhouse Ave

to Tuam St will be closed to all traffic

Sunday (8am-5.30pm approx.) and closu

extending from Tuam St to Salisbury St

(1pm – 5.30pm approx.)

CCC Car Parking available follow link

for map, charges and opening hours :

https://www.parkopedia.co.nz/parking/

carpark/105_worcester_st/8011/

CHRISTCHURCH CITY - MADRAS ST

SUNDAY 2ND DECEMBER - STARTS 2PM

THE CHRISTCHURCH CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARADE TRUST

PRINCIPAL SPONSORS:

MEDIA PARTNERS

SPONSORS

FINISH

LATIMER

SQUARE

MADRAS STREET

START

MADRAS STREET

ST ASAPH STREET

All usual Sunday schedules will

be operating.

Timetable information available

at metroinfo.co.nz or call us on

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles and take

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is just

2 blocks away from the Parade

route!

Entertainment

From

PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE MADE

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO: www.facebook.com/

www.christchurchsantaparade.nz

Twitter: Santa Parade Christchurch

@SChristchurch

Bus Service:

No Stopping

Restrictions:

Where Not To Park:

Remember your sun hat,

sunscreen and water bottle!

Parking Available

Water pistols and Water

Bombs are totally prohibited

during the parade

In The Event of

Bad Weather:

Health & Safety

Council, Multi Media

City, Fulton Hogan, Stuff,

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Pub Charity Limited, The

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Meta Digital, Air Rescue

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Jamieson, Steve Cooper,

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The Christchurch Children’s Christmas

Parade Trust ask that the general public

be responsible for its own and others

safety at all times while viewing the event.

Meter shrouds and signs will be used

throughout the route.

WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY

INCONVENIENCE CAUSED AND ASK FOR

YOUR PATIENCE

BEFORE & DURING THE PARADE.

Due to the large number of children

and spectators expected at this year’s

parade parking will be restricted along

the entire route and assembly points.

No stopping signs will be erected both

sides of Madras St (Moorhouse Ave to

Salisbury Street), St Asaph St (Manchester

to Barbadoes St), Ferry Rd (Barbadoes to

St Asaph St), Kilmore St (Barbadoes to

Manchester St) from 12 noon Saturday –

5.30pm Sunday.

Madras Street from Moorhouse Ave

to Tuam St will be closed to all traffic

Sunday (8am-5.30pm approx.) and closure

extending from Tuam St to Salisbury St

(1pm – 5.30pm approx.)

CCC Car Parking available follow link

for map, charges and opening hours :

https://www.parkopedia.co.nz/parking/

carpark/105_worcester_st/8011/

CHRISTCHURCH CITY - MADRAS ST

SUNDAY 2ND DECEMBER - STARTS 2PM

THE CHRISTCHURCH CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARADE TRUST

SORS:

FINISH

LATIMER

SQUARE

MADRAS STREET

START

MADRAS STREET

ST ASAPH STREET

KILMORE STREET

All usual Sunday schedules will

be operating.

Timetable information available

at metroinfo.co.nz or call us on

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles and take

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is just

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during the parade

The Event of

d Weather:

Health & Safety

The Christchurch Children’s Christmas

Parade Trust ask that the general public

be responsible for its own and others

safety at all times while viewing the event.

Meter shrouds and signs will be used

throughout the route.

WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY

INCONVENIENCE CAUSED AND ASK FOR

YOUR PATIENCE

BEFORE & DURING THE PARADE.

Due to the large number of children

and spectators expected at this year’s

parade parking will be restricted along

the entire route and assembly points.

No stopping signs will be erected both

sides of Madras St (Moorhouse Ave to

Salisbury Street), St Asaph St (Manchester

to Barbadoes St), Ferry Rd (Barbadoes to

St Asaph St), Kilmore St (Barbadoes to

Manchester St) from 12 noon Saturday –

5.30pm Sunday.

Madras Street from Moorhouse Ave

to Tuam St will be closed to all traffic

Sunday (8am-5.30pm approx.) and closure

extending from Tuam St to Salisbury St

(1pm – 5.30pm approx.)

CCC Car Parking available follow link

for map, charges and opening hours :

https://www.parkopedia.co.nz/parking/

carpark/105_worcester_st/8011/

CHRISTCHURCH CITY - MADRAS ST

SUNDAY 2ND DECEMBER - STARTS 2PM

THE CHRISTCHURCH CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARADE TRUST

FINISH

LATIMER

SQUARE

MADRAS STREET

START

MADRAS STREET

ST ASAPH STREET

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THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO: www.facebook.com/

www.christchurchsantaparade.nz

Twitter: Santa Parade Christchurch

@SChristchurch

sors: Bus Service: No Stopping

Restrictions:

Where Not To Park:

Remember your sun hat,

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Parking Available

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Health & Safety

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The Christchurch Children’s Christmas

Parade Trust ask that the general public

be responsible for its own and others

safety at all times while viewing the event.

Meter shrouds and signs will be used

throughout the route.

WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY

INCONVENIENCE CAUSED AND ASK FOR

YOUR PATIENCE

BEFORE & DURING THE PARADE.

Due to the large number of children

and spectators expected at this year’s

parade parking will be restricted along

the entire route and assembly points.

No stopping signs will be erected both

sides of Madras St (Moorhouse Ave to

Salisbury Street), St Asaph St (Manchester

to Barbadoes St), Ferry Rd (Barbadoes to

St Asaph St), Kilmore St (Barbadoes to

Manchester St) from 12 noon Saturday –

5.30pm Sunday.

Madras Street from Moorhouse Ave

to Tuam St will be closed to all traffic

Sunday (8am-5.30pm approx.) and closure

extending from Tuam St to Salisbury St

(1pm – 5.30pm approx.)

CCC Car Parking available follow link

for map, charges and opening hours :

https://www.parkopedia.co.nz/parking/

carpark/105_worcester_st/8011/

CHRISTCHURCH CITY - MADRAS ST

SUNDAY 2ND DECEMBER - STARTS 2PM

THE CHRISTCHURCH CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARADE TRUST

IPAL SPONSORS:

PARTNERS

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FINISH

LATIMER

SQUARE

MADRAS STREET

START

MADRAS STREET

ST ASAPH STREET

KILMORE STREET

All usual Sunday schedules will

be operating.

Timetable information available

at metroinfo.co.nz or call us on

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles and take

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is just

2 blocks away from the Parade

route!

ntertainment

From

PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE MADE

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO: www.facebook.com/

www.christchurchsantaparade.nz

Twitter: Santa Parade Christchurch

@SChristchurch

Sponsors: Bus Service: No Stopping

Restrictions:

Where Not To Park:

Remember your sun hat,

sunscreen and water bottle!

Parking Available

Water pistols and Water

Bombs are totally prohibited

during the parade

In The Event of

Bad Weather:

Health & Safety

Sponsors: Christchurch City Council, Multi Media

Communications Ltd., Smiths City, Fulton Hogan, Stuff,

More FM, Star Media, The Breeze, Canterbury

Employers’ Chamber of Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers,

Christchurch Engine Centre, Pub Charity Limited, The

Trusts Community Foundation, CERT, The Southern Trust,

TVNZ, Rata Foundation, Mainland Foundation,

McDonald’s Family Restaurants, Chinese Community of

Christchurch, City Care Civil, Meta Digital, Air Rescue

and Community Services, Rainbow Print, Team

Hutchinson Ford, , Resene, JJ Ltd., Hire King, BrokerWeb

Risk Services, Hoyts Riccarton, Wayne Robertson, Vidpro

Broadcast Rentals, Mainfreight, Owens Transport, Daily

Freight, NZ Express Transport, Bascik Transport,

Opzeeland Transport, Lions Club of Ellesmere, The

French Bakery, Debbie Newman and Southern Salvage,

Sharon Howells School of Ballet, Original Scripts Theatre

School, Vicki Williamson-Morris, Orion, Connetics, Shane

Cole, Matt Long, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

Christchurch Air Training Corps, NZ Police, Canterbury

Model ‘A’ Ford Club, Martin Patterson, Tony Clark, NZ

Trikes, Case and Vintage Farm Machinery Club , Happy

Hire, EPS Foam, Ara Institute of Canterbury, Familial

Trust, NZ Vintage Machinery Club, Johnson Controls,

Sisters 3 Costume Hire, Ian McDougall, Ian Dobson,

Marshall Power Ltd., Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough

TWL, Connetics, Smiths Hire, Cockram Kia, Cockram

Nissan, Christchurch Mitsubishi, Ssangyong Christchurch,

Blackwell Mazda, Blackwell Holden, Barry Corbett,

Shona Ross, AM Limo, T L Parker Ltd., ETS Electro-Tech

Services, Empire Extinguishers, George Henry Ltd.,

Frucor, Rebecca Luxon, Anne Jamieson, Steve Cooper,

Helen Mason, Robert Cassidy, Bill Peterson, Mary Dollin.

The Christchurch Children’s Christmas

Parade Trust ask that the general public

be responsible for its own and others

safety at all times while viewing the event.

Meter shrouds and signs will be used

throughout the route.

WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY

INCONVENIENCE CAUSED AND ASK FOR

YOUR PATIENCE

BEFORE & DURING THE PARADE.

Due to the large number of children

and spectators expected at this year’s

parade parking will be restricted along

the entire route and assembly points.

No stopping signs will be erected both

sides of Madras St (Moorhouse Ave to

Salisbury Street), St Asaph St (Manchester

to Barbadoes St), Ferry Rd (Barbadoes to

St Asaph St), Kilmore St (Barbadoes to

Manchester St) from 12 noon Saturday –

5.30pm Sunday.

Madras Street from Moorhouse Ave

to Tuam St will be closed to all traffic

Sunday (8am-5.30pm approx.) and closure

extending from Tuam St to Salisbury St

(1pm – 5.30pm approx.)

CCC Car Parking available follow link

for map, charges and opening hours :

https://www.parkopedia.co.nz/parking/

carpark/105_worcester_st/8011/

CHRISTCHURCH CITY - MADRAS ST

SUNDAY 2ND DECEMBER - STARTS 2PM

THE CHRISTCHURCH CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARADE TRUST

PRINCIPAL SPONSORS:

MEDIA PARTNERS

SPONSORS

FINISH

LATIMER

SQUARE

MADRAS STREET

START

MADRAS STREET

ST ASAPH STREET

KILMORE STREET

All usual Sunday schedules will

be operating.

Timetable information available

at metroinfo.co.nz or call us on

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles and take

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is just

2 blocks away from the Parade

route!

Entertainment

From

PARADE POSTPONEMENT

DECISION WILL NOT BE MADE

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM,

OR GO TO: www.facebook.com

www.christchurchsantaparade.n

Twitter: Santa Parade Christchu

@SChristchurch

Sponsors:

Bus Service:

In The Event of

Bad Weather:

Sponsors: Christchurch City Council, Multi Media

Communications Ltd., Smiths City, Fulton Hogan, Stuff,

More FM, Star Media, The Breeze, Canterbury

Employers’ Chamber of Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers,

Christchurch Engine Centre, Pub Charity Limited, The

Trusts Community Foundation, CERT, The Southern Trust,

TVNZ, Rata Foundation, Mainland Foundation,

McDonald’s Family Restaurants, Chinese Community of

Christchurch, City Care Civil, Meta Digital, Air Rescue

and Community Services, Rainbow Print, Team

Hutchinson Ford, , Resene, JJ Ltd., Hire King, BrokerWeb

Risk Services, Hoyts Riccarton, Wayne Robertson, Vidpro

Broadcast Rentals, Mainfreight, Owens Transport, Daily

Freight, NZ Express Transport, Bascik Transport,

Opzeeland Transport, Lions Club of Ellesmere, The

French Bakery, Debbie Newman and Southern Salvage,

Sharon Howells School of Ballet, Original Scripts Theatre

School, Vicki Williamson-Morris, Orion, Connetics, Shane

Cole, Matt Long, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

Christchurch Air Training Corps, NZ Police, Canterbury

Model ‘A’ Ford Club, Martin Patterson, Tony Clark, NZ

Trikes, Case and Vintage Farm Machinery Club , Happy

Hire, EPS Foam, Ara Institute of Canterbury, Familial

Trust, NZ Vintage Machinery Club, Johnson Controls,

Sisters 3 Costume Hire, Ian McDougall, Ian Dobson,

Marshall Power Ltd., Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough

TWL, Connetics, Smiths Hire, Cockram Kia, Cockram

Nissan, Christchurch Mitsubishi, Ssangyong Christchurch,

Blackwell Mazda, Blackwell Holden, Barry Corbett,

Shona Ross, AM Limo, T L Parker Ltd., ETS Electro-Tech

Services, Empire Extinguishers, George Henry Ltd.,

Frucor, Rebecca Luxon, Anne Jamieson, Steve Cooper,

Helen Mason, Robert Cassidy, Bill Peterson, Mary Dollin.

THE CHRISTCHURC

PRINCIPAL SPONSORS:

MEDIA PARTNERS

SPONSORS

All usual Sunday schedules w

be operating.

Timetable information availab

at metroinfo.co.nz or call us

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hassles and ta

the bus”

The Bus Interchange is just

2 blocks away from the Para

route!

Entertainment

From

PARADE POSTPONE

DECISION WILL NOT

BEFORE NOON, LIST

92.1 MORE FM,

THE BREEZE 94.5FM

OR GO TO: www.face

www.christchurchsan

Twitter: Santa Parade

@SChristchurch

Sponsors:

Bus Service:

In The Event

Bad Weather

Sponsors: Christchurch City Council, Multi Media

Communications Ltd., Smiths City, Fulton Hogan, Stuff,

More FM, Star Media, The Breeze, Canterbury

Employers’ Chamber of Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers,

Christchurch Engine Centre, Pub Charity Limited, The

Trusts Community Foundation, CERT, The Southern Trust,

TVNZ, Rata Foundation, Mainland Foundation,

McDonald’s Family Restaurants, Chinese Community of

Christchurch, City Care Civil, Meta Digital, Air Rescue

and Community Services, Rainbow Print, Team

Hutchinson Ford, , Resene, JJ Ltd., Hire King, BrokerWeb

Risk Services, Hoyts Riccarton, Wayne Robertson, Vidpro

Broadcast Rentals, Mainfreight, Owens Transport, Daily

Freight, NZ Express Transport, Bascik Transport,

Opzeeland Transport, Lions Club of Ellesmere, The

French Bakery, Debbie Newman and Southern Salvage,

Sharon Howells School of Ballet, Original Scripts Theatre

School, Vicki Williamson-Morris, Orion, Connetics, Shane

Cole, Matt Long, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

Christchurch Air Training Corps, NZ Police, Canterbury

Model ‘A’ Ford Club, Martin Patterson, Tony Clark, NZ

Trikes, Case and Vintage Farm Machinery Club , Happy

Hire, EPS Foam, Ara Institute of Canterbury, Familial

Trust, NZ Vintage Machinery Club, Johnson Controls,

Sisters 3 Costume Hire, Ian McDougall, Ian Dobson,

Marshall Power Ltd., Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough

TWL, Connetics, Smiths Hire, Cockram Kia, Cockram

Nissan, Christchurch Mitsubishi, Ssangyong Christchurch,

Blackwell Mazda, Blackwell Holden, Barry Corbett,

Shona Ross, AM Limo, T L Parker Ltd., ETS Electro-Tech

Services, Empire Extinguishers, George Henry Ltd.,

Frucor, Rebecca Luxon, Anne Jamieson, Steve Cooper,

Helen Mason, Robert Cassidy, Bill Peterson, Mary Dollin.

THE CHRI

PRINCIPAL SPONSORS:

MEDIA PARTNERS

SPONSORS

All usual Sunday sc

be operating.

Timetable informati

at metroinfo.co.nz o

03 366 8855.

“Avoid parking hass

the bus”

The Bus Interchange

2 blocks away from

route!

Entertainment

From

Due to the large number of children

and spectators expected at this year’s

parade parking will be restricted along

the entire route and assembly points.

No stopping signs will be erected both

sides of Madras St (Moorhouse Ave to

Salisbury Street), St Asaph St (Manchester

to Barbadoes St), Ferry Rd (Barbadoes

to St Asaph St), Kilmore St (Barbadoes to

Manchester St) from 12 noon Saturday –

5.30pm Sunday.

Madras Street from Moorhouse Ave

to Tuam St will be closed to all traffi c

Sunday (8am-5.30pm approx.) and closure

extending from Tuam St to Salisbury St

(1pm – 5.30pm approx.)


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Tuesday December 3 2019 35

KIDSTUFF

Email matt.slaughter@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

Unique family

focused dance

studio

The Christmas Stash Swap will be held at New Brighton Library all week from

open until close. Go along, take your unwanted Christmas decorations and swap

them for new ones.

Senior Net New Brighton

Tuesday, Wednesday and

Thursday, 10am-noon (by

appointment)

This group offers

assistance to mature people

with modern technology,

including computers,

tablets, smartphones,

email, Facebook, Skype,

Word, cellphones and the

internet. Phone 382 6048

for more information.

202 Marine Pde (next to

the New Brighton Club)

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

and sign citizenship,

sponsorship or rates

rebates applications. No

charge.

Shirley Library

SAYGo Steady As You

Go Falls Prevention

Exercise Class

Tuesday, 10am

This is a speciallydesigned

class to help

you avoid a fall. There

is a $2 koha entry but

no booking fee. Those

interested are invited to

turn up on the day and see

what it can do for them.

Parklands Community

Centre

A Lion in the Meadow

Storytimes

Tuesday, 10.30-11am

Go along and celebrate

the 50th anniversary of

Margaret Mahy’s A Lion in

the Meadow. Go and create

an imaginary meadow of

felt flowers and grasses.

Share in an interactive

session including a giant

copy of the book, songs,

rhymes and play. Make

your own lion tail and

ears. Free, no bookings

required.

Shirley Library

Scrabble Club

Tuesday 1-2.45pm

at Parklands Library,

Wednesday 1.30-3.30pm at

Shirley Library

Go along to the Scrabble

Club. No obligation, just

go along when you can and

join the friendly group. All

materials are supplied. No

fee.

Shirley and Parklands

libraries, as above

Sit and Be Fit

Thursday, 9.30am

Complete a class

of exercises without even

leaving your chair. The cost

of the class is $5.50 and

you’ll get a cup of tea or

coffee.

Taiora: QE II Recreation

and Sport Centre

CV help

Thursday, 10-11.30am

A librarian will be on

hand to assist customers

who need help with their

CV or resume.

New Brighton Library

Rummikub Club

Thursday, 10am-12pm

Go along and join in a

game of Rummikub, a tilebased

game for two to four

players, which combines

elements of the card games

rummy and mahjong. This

is a free event.

Linwood Library

Game Zone

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along and play

Minecraft, charades,

Connect Four, Pictionary

and more. Take your

friends or meet some new

ones. All children aged

eight to 13 welcome, no

bookings or payment

needed.

Linwood Library

Cards Club

Friday, 1.30-3.30pm

This weekly club is held

every Friday, just go along

and join the fun. Free, no

bookings required.

Shirley Library

Culture Exchange

Friday, 3.45-4.45pm

Make new friends,

practise english and learn

about New Zealand and

Christchurch.

Shirley Library

New Brighton Seaside

Market

Saturday, 10am-2pm

Enjoy a warm and

fun atmosphere beside

the seaside. With live

entertainment, food and

free face-painting.

New Brighton Pedestrian

Mall

Super Saturday

Storytimes

Saturday, 11-11.45am

Encourage learning

through stories. This is an

interactive programme

with stories, songs, rhymes,

craft and play. Free.

Shirley Library

Golden Oldies Movie –

The World’s Fastest

Indian

Monday, 1.30pm

Anthony Hopkins stars

in this 2005 drama. The

story of New Zealander

Burt Munro, who spent

years rebuilding a 1920

Indian motor-cycle, which

helped him set the land

speed world record at

Utah’s Bonneville Salt

Flats in 1967. Cost is $2,

go early for a cuppa and a

chat.

New Brighton Museum, 8

Hardy St

Creative Writing on

Sundays

Sunday, 1-3pm

Group leaders work

with members to craft,

create and develop their

own work. Take along

your pens, paper and

ideas.

Linwood Library

Anna Lee School of Dance offers

a unique blend of a family focused

studio with the benefits of a large,

well-established school that has been

around for decades – multiple grading

opportunities, large scale recitals at a

beautiful theatre and quality, experienced

teaching staff who really care about their

students.

ALSD has a proven history of students

excelling with superb exam, medal

and competition results. Dance classes

are tailored for pre-schoolers through

to advanced students, catering for all

levels of commitment. There are classes

designed for those who wish to dance

for fun and fitness, as well as those who

are aiming for a career in dance. The fun

and supportive environment, with its

emphasis on enjoyment ensures students

feel comfortable as they learn to dance

and increase confidence, self-esteem,

coordination and self- discipline.

Our annual recital is a showcase of the

amazing talent and incredible dancers in

our school. This year we are performing

three festive shows at the Aurora Centre,

Burnside on Saturday 14 December with

performances at 11:00am, 2:30pm and

6:30pm. Tickets start from $15 and are

available through Ticketek now!

For more information call 354 6228

or email office@annaleeschoolofdance.

co.nz.


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Tuesday December 3 2019 37

CHCH CASINO

Celebrate the

festive season with

Christchurch Casino!

With less than 30 days to go of the year,

it’s the perfect time to visit Christchurch

Casino to celebrate the end of the working

week and to start the countdown to Santa’s

arrival.

Enjoy meeting friends and colleagues

for a beverage or meal in one of their four

restaurants and bars, playing on their vast

array of gaming tables and machines, or

singing along to live entertainment every

weekend.

Their restaurants include an all-youcan-eat

buffet which is divided into

Entertainment Feature

sections, including a salad area, carving

and seafood stations, and areas dedicated

to Italian, Indian and Asian fare. If your

eyes are larger than your stomach, try

Monza Sports Bar’s ½ metre long pizzas or

burgers while enjoying live sports on the

big screen. Transport your taste buds to

the streets of Guangzhou at their authentic

Cantonese fusion restaurant, Chi Kitchen.

If you’re short on time or wanting a

refreshing beverage, visit Valley Bar to

quench your thirst on colourful cocktails,

craft beers and local wines.

OVER

$

50,000

IN PRIZES

TO BE WON!

Enter for FREE by swiping

your Players Club

card at Kiosk.

FROM

13-24

DEC

A new

gift every day!

Terms and conditions apply. *Players Club is FREE to join.

See Players Club for full details.

NOW OPEN

TUESDAY NIGHTS

DURING DECEMBER*

BRUNCH $ 26

SAT & SUN: 8am - 2pm

LUNCH $ 26

WED - FRI: 11.30am - 2pm

DINNER $ 39 .50

TUE - SUN: 5.30pm - 9.30pm

SUPERGOLD $20 buffet

LUNCH SPECIAL

Book online at chchcasino.co.nz

or phone 03 365 9999

* TUESDAY 3rd, 10th & 17th DEC

Not to be

used in

conjunction

with any

other offer

or discount.


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Auction: Thursday 19 December 2019, unless sold prior

4 bedrooms | 4 bathrooms | 3 living rooms | 2 dining rooms | 1 office/study | 2 car-garage | 2 off-street carparks | Listing PI62576

This utterly unique home takes an iconic

piece of local history, adds a remarkable

contemporary dwelling alongside and wraps

them together with loving care - and clever

interior design - all in a sensational innercity

location. Enjoying a leafy outlook across

Cranmer Square, it’s just a four-minute stroll

to Hagley Park, 6 minutes to Victoria Street

or 11 minutes to Riverside Market and

the heart of the city. Zoning for Elmwood

School, Heaton, Boys’ High and Girls’ High,

as well as proximity to private schools,

ensures this is also a practical family home.

Incorporating the heritage-listed

Cranmer Bridge Club building, designed

by Samuel Hurst Seager, the owners

embarked on an ambitious four-year

project to design and build a new home

on the site (a process featured on Grand

Designs NZ). A spectacular soaring atrium

combines old and new, pulling light into

the home and drawing guests upstairs to

the contemporary living space. A black

interior offsets the warmth of timber and

frames glimpses of the world beyond

through carefully placed windows. Openplan

living and dining flows to the kitchen

and breakfast room - a visual feast of

cathedral ceilings, rich textures and cleverly

placed lighting (both natural and electric).

A sheltered terrace invites outdoor living

and a separate media room and bedroom

(utilised as an office) complete this level.

Downstairs, the master suite includes a

WIR and private bathroom, and there’s

a second bedroom and bathroom, large

workshop/utility space and double internalaccess

garage. In the old timber building,

original details are lovingly restored and

the space has been repurposed as a selfcontained

space with studio bedroom,

separate lounge, kitchenette and bathroom.

This is your opportunity to own a truly

iconic piece of Christchurch.

To arrange a private viewing phone

Cameron Bailey on 352 6166 or mobile

0275 557 079 of Harcourts Gold Papanui

(Licensed Agent REAA 2008)

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