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complex to appear as one single

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The city council will take

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Former designs saw mixed

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I GET the feeling the Collett’s Corner

developers are getting in early to try and

get the contentious Lyttelton project over

the line (see page 1).

As part of the process, the city council is

asking for public feedback on the plans.

Not everyone in Lyttelton is happy with the design, saying it

does not fit in with the historic look of the port.

Ohu Development has now gone back to the city council with

changes to the type of materials it wants to use.

Ohu Development’s Camia Young said the changes were not

being made to appease opponents leading into the resource

consent process.

Young also said she was unaware of any concerns people in

Lyttelton had over the development.

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• HAVE YOUR SAY: What do you think of the city council’s recommendation to dissolve the

Akaroa Issues Working Party? Email your views to jess.gibson@starmedia.kiwi

Working group still intact

• By Jess Gibson

THE DISBANDMENT of a key

group working to ease some of

Akaroa’s biggest issues has been

put on hold.

The Banks Peninsula Community

Board did not approve a

recommendation on Monday by

the city council to dissolve the

Akaroa Issues Working Party.

Instead, members have deferred

the decision until its next

board meeting in two weeks

time, set to be held in Akaroa.

The working party was formed

in 2016 to improve maintenance

of the township’s services and

facilities by addressing concerns

raised by residents.

It included Deputy Mayor

and councillor Andrew Turner,

former community board members

Pam Richardson and Janis

Haley, resident group members

and city council staff.

While the group has eased issues

like the ongoing dredging of

the Akaroa Slipway and reducing

litter by installing big belly bins,

it still has a number to resolve

like implementing a landscape

plan for the Britomart Memorial

Reserve.

However, it was only set to last

until the end of the 2016 to 2019

triennium.

Working party member Victoria

Andrews, who is also a member

of the Akaroa Civic Trust,

and resident Charl Chaney wrote

letters to the community board

opposing the recommendation.

Both stated that the working

group established an effective

means of communication between

the community and the

city council.

“Until a clear direction is

defined or a detailed review

takes place, I am of the view

that the Akaroa Issues Working

Party should continue to serve

‘We decided because of the

feedback we got’

– Tori Peden

the community until a suitable

replacement is ready to be put in

place.”

Community board chairwoman

Tori Peden said deferring

the decision would allow more

members of the working party to

express their views.

“We decided because of the

feedback we got, it was best to

POSTPONED:

The Banks

Peninsula

Community

Board will

consider a

recommendation

to dissolve the

Akaroa Issues

Working Party

in two weeks, to

allow time for a

new plan. ​

make the decision in Akaroa

and hopefully by then we might

also have a bit more information

from staff.”

She said staff will come back to

the community board with a list

of issues that have been resolved

and those which have not.

Ms Peden said there are several

things that the community

board and city council staff are

considering to ensure a good

outcome, including establishing

a similar group or extending the

working party.

In Brief

TENNIS COURT RENEWAL

Work will be carried out to

renew the tennis courts in

Little River. The city council

will be improving pavement,

footpaths, fences, the basketball

hoop, grassed berm and

doing associated civil works.

Construction will be undertaken

between 7am-7pm, Monday

to Saturday until the end of

January. Increased construction

noise disturbance may be

encountered but will be kept

to a minimum and temporary

footpath closures in the domain

may be encountered during the

works.

PENINSULA NAMES

Last week’s article about a

proposal to alter or change 13

existing place names in Banks

Peninsula to include Maori

names stated that the cut off date

for the public to make a submission

was December 2. However,

it is December 20.

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Wednesday December 4 2019

News

Deep shingle snares motorists

Jan Daffin has towed out

at least 100 vehicles from

the shingle at Birdlings

Flat since she moved

their eight years ago.

Jess Gibson reports

“The jingle of shame.”

This is how Birdlings Flat

residents refer to the familiar

sound of vehicles leaving the

settlement with shingle stuck in

their wheels.

For visitors, warning signs

at the top of the beach often go

ignored, still opting to take the

plunge from a solid car park into

the deep gravel.

And because there is no

cellphone reception, they usually

end up desperately door-knocking

at residents’ homes asking for

their car to be hauled out.

Jan Daffin thinks she has

helped to tow at least 100 vehicles

since she moved to Birdlings Flat

eight years ago.

Mrs Daffin, her husband,

Mike, and her daughter, Bree,

are one of the main families that

rush down to help when they see

a vehicle “belly-deep” in shingle.

On a good weekend, they

would help pull out about four

or five using a shovel, rope and

their old Nissan Terrano, a “rust

bucket with monster tyres.”

She manages to find humour in

every encounter.

“It’s classic. The stories you get

from people being stuck in there

is just hilarious,” Mrs Daffin said.

“Last week, we got a husband

and wife in a beautiful new

Range Rover. She was saying: ‘I

don’t think you should do that’

and he turned around and said:

‘What, are you scared?’ – it was

within about two metres they

were dead stuck in shingle.”

Mrs Daffin said a lot of the

time, vehicles get stuck in the

deep holes made by other people.

“One time we were having a

quiz night at the community

centre and two young people

that were stuck ended up sitting

through the whole thing until we

finished.”

She said one of her more

interesting tows was when she

coincidentally met the grandson

of the man Mr Daffin had bought

their house off.

“If I hadn’t seen them there we

wouldn’t have crossed paths. We

invited them back here and spent

a couple of hours learning about

this guy and his memories in my

house, it was so random.”

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at Birdlings Flat

Eight year

Mrs Daffin said there is no

stereotypical person or vehicle

which gets stuck and even admitted

she can not be hypocritical, as

she and Bree have needed saving

once before.

“After that happened, word got

around pretty quick,” she said.

The family doesn’t charge to

tow people out, but if they want

to thank them with a donation, it

goes towards community events

at Te Mata Hapuku Community

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But it does not stop some

people from showing the Daffins

how grateful they are.

“One time we came home to

two bottles of wine, two boxes of

chocolates, $50 cash and a thank

you card. It was way over the top

but I thought it was really sweet.”

Mrs Daffinis is a treasurer

of the community hall and is

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Every time I’m at the community

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vision is to have a whole wall of

it.”

She has gathered more than 20

photos from other residents.

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• By Jess Gibson

SUMNER’S CAVE Rock

Apartments may soon be gone.

The earthquake-damaged

building on Marriner St can

now be sold and demolished following

a High Court judgment

by Justice David Gendall last

Tuesday.

A two-day hearing was held

in October to try and put an end

to an eight-year-long battle over

the complex.

A dispute started between unit

owners after an insurance offer

of $21m was settled last year.

Forty-six out of 50 owners

agreed to divide the payout and

sell the land to company Peterborough

15 Ltd for $4.8m.

However, four disagreed over

how to divide the proceeds,

which prevented the sale as

a unanimous decision was

needed.

One of those stopping the sale

was Peter Foster, who wanted a

higher payout than members of

a body corporate for the Cave

Rock Tavern at the back of the

complex.

But Justice Gendall has ruled

in favour of the body corporate,

which means funds will now be

distributed and the land is able

to be sold.

Mr Foster previously told Bay

Harbour News he may appeal if

the decision went against him.

He did not respond to Bay Harbour

News over Justice Gendall’s

ruling.

Body corporate chairman

Mike White said he will be glad

if owners can move on from the

situation and finally wind it up.

Fourteen unit owners have

died while waiting for a resolution.

“It’s been difficult. Mr Foster

has caused us all a terrible

amount of distress.”

While Peterborough 15 Ltd

was the nominee company during

the hearing, Citadel Property

plans to buy the land.

Director Jonathan Lyttle said

Citadel Property is excited about

owning the site and looks forward

to providing a solution.

“We are really happy for the

members of the body corporate

and owners who have been

through quite an ordeal.”

He said Citadel has exciting

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Updated designs soon

• From page 1

Mr Maynard was unable

to be contacted regarding

changes to the complex

before Bay Harbour News’

deadline yesterday.

Ohu Development founding

partner Camia Young

said she was unaware of any

opposition to the project

and that the changes are

to satisfy the city council’s

urban design team.

“We are confident we

can find an elegant design

solution, but unfortunately

we will likely lose the

ceramic tile facade.”

Ms Young said updated

designs will be completed

soon.

During the five-week

fundraising campaign

for the project, 370 people

Ken Maynard

invested a total of $504,000

and as the minimum goal

of $300,000 was met, the

project could go ahead.

However, because the $2

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the opening was pushed

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Historic cottage to get fresh paint

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The city council’s sustainability

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work on the house at 9

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The early colonial cottage

is one of two built by

colourful local resident

Captain James Bruce for

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and his nieces when

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Wednesday December 4 2019

Your Local Views

Banks Peninsula name changes draw ire

Readers respond to last

week’s article about

alterations or changes to

13 existing place names in

Banks Peninsula to include

Maori names

(To read the article go to

www.odt.co.nz/star-news/

star-christchurch/namechange-cards-canterburyshills-gods)

Ray O’Rourke - Why are

we allowing a pressure group

to change our heritage? For

example, the names of places that

our ancestors named - the people

who made New Zealand what it

is today.

Costa Harris - I feel this

is symptomatic of the Labour/

Green government and is totally

un-necessary. Who pays for the

signs, public notification etc. –

the poor old ratepayer?

It is time to push back against

‘white guilt’ and ‘colonialism’.

It’s got nothing to do with this

or future generations. Enough is

now enough.

Ken Duncan - A large

number of Ngai Tahu like myself

identify more with Kati Mamoe

than Ngai Tahu, though we are

one these days.

Kati Mamoe were not just a

small tribal group, they were a

tribe and still are really. What

is known today as Ngai Tahu

is actually an amalgamation of

Ngai Tahu and Kati Mamoe, after

a pact along with intermarriage

with the earlier people of the

Waitaha grouping which was the

ancient iwi of Waitaha, Rapuwai

and Hawea.

I know the government is trying

to erase these other Iwi from

history. It would be nice if the

media didn’t follow suit.

Hilary Anderson - I am

strongly opposed to the name

changes proposed across Banks

Peninsula, or anywhere else for

that matter. Existing names are

known to everyone and changes

would create confusion and

disarray to all of us, including

businesses, the postal service and

government departments. Please

leave them as they are.

Lynne Clark - When the

Treaty of Waitangi was signed,

there were two parties. The Maori

and the European. I belong to

the latter. I am totally fed up with

changing names. I don’t mind

new places or buildings given

either Maori or European names,

but am totally against current

names being changed. I think

it’s unnecessary, it’s rude, and offensive

towards European. Please

stop appeasing loud Maori voices,

OPPOSITION:

Readers have

expressed their

opposition to a

proposal to add

Maori names to

13 existing Banks

Peninsula places

including Dyers

Pass, which

could soon also

be known as

Pukeatua.

PHOTO: GEOFF

SLOAN

and let’s just settle with what’s

current.

Murray Stuart - No, and

again no. Is it not enough that the

Christchurch Library and just

about everything else new these

days has a Maori name?

Wal Remu - These names

changes are a load of rubbish -

made up Maori names. Leave

them well alone! The money

could be far better spent on

housing for the homeless, better

public facilities in many

Christchurch suburbs, and so on.

Nothing wrong with the likes of

Dyers Pass Rd, Sign of the Kiwi,

etc.

Reader Sally-Ann Marshall

responds to the October 20

article about crime in Cass

Bay, which residents say is

on the rise

I have to say that as a Heathcote

resident it’s not confined to

Cass Bay.

The boy racers around here are

a daily annoyance. In the year

I’ve lived here we’ve had a tree

trunk smashed through our car

window, the lamp post outside

our house has been crashed into

and knocked into our garden in

the dead of night, the letterbox

(and that of many neighbours)

has been obliterated. This is

before we get onto the tagging,

speeding and vandalism of the

domain. There is also loud music,

drinking, weed smoking and

public toilets smashed to pieces.

For the police spokesperson

to say there’s no increase is just

naive. If I was to call them for

every incident that occurred

I’d be on the phone to them

most days. I’ve informed the

city council about the acts of

vandalism, as they and we

ratepayers are unfortunately the

ones that pay to fix it.

• If you have a view on a

local matter, email jess.

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News

School pupils part of

Ripapa Island reopening

LYTTELTON PRIMARY School

pupils retraced the footsteps of

Ngāti Wheke ancestors on Ripapa

Island last Wednesday.

The island, which is tucked

close to the shore of Lyttelton

Harbour, has been closed since

the 2011 Christchurch earthquake.

But now, it will be accessible by

the public over summer.

Its opening was celebrated by

Te Hapū o Ngāti Wheke, Minister

of Conservation Eugenie Sage,

Department of Conservation

The Redcliffs Residents

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an “eco-village” initiative

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importance of increasing

our native plants.

Many people wonder why

they should consider planting

natives rather than exotics.

staff, residents and pupils.

Said Ms Sage: “I am delighted

to join Ngāti Wheke and DOC in

officially welcoming some of the

first visitors back to this tōpuni

site.”

She said Ripapa is less known

by Cantabrians than the island

deserves, mainly because the

island can currently only be accessed

by boat.

“DOC and Ngāti Wheke are

exploring ways to enable more

people to visit and enjoy this

special place.”

Simply put, most of our

natives are unique to New

Zealand and help to define our

identity as a nation. Some have

threatened status and would

be a loss to the world unless we

prevent them from dying out.

Native plants also provide us

many benefits, including materials,

food, medicine, beauty,

erosion control, water purification,

carbon dioxide capture,

and more - and yet we don’t

know what benefits are still to

HISTORY: Ngāti Wheke spokeswoman Yvette

Couch-Lewis shares stories of Maori ancestors with

Lyttelton Primary School pupils on Ripapa Island.

Native plants essential to ecosystems

be discovered.

They also have their

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and support businesses in your community

Bring your swimmers

and make a day of it!

IT’S 7am on a still and sunny Sunday

morning and the Sumner Market is

beginning to burst into life as vendors

arrive to showcase their produce and

wares.

The location is stunning, situated only

metres from the beach and Sumner’s

iconic volcanic rock formation Cave Rock,

the market has been operating during

warmer months (November to April)

since 2003.

We are the market right by the beach!

says market co-ordindator Clayton

Spence. “We have a great range of stalls

from fresh vegies to amazing food from all

over the world and amazing craft. You’ll

find us just after the Surf Club as you

come into the village… You can’t miss us”

Vendors include • Stewart & Friends

fresh local produce with vegetables, free

range eggs, vege boxes, and seedlings

• Nanys Food Truck, Chorizo Butterfly

Latin Street Food • Wood You Believe

It with designer wooden clocks, shelves,

chopping boards • The Bakery Brothers

• Angie’s German Baking • Little German

Kitchen with authentic German Bratwurst

• Sisig’s Charcoal Grill with nachos, tacos,

burritos and buffalo wings • Paella

• Homemade jams and preserves • Infants

& Baby Clothing • Scarves, hats, bags

• International cuisines • Paella

• Pom’s Thai Kitchen • Local Honey &

Beeswax wraps from Auntie Bees • Sweet

treats such as Mini Donuts, Canadian

Doughnuts, Candy Floss, Waffles

• Homemade Lemonade • Green Bear

barista crafted coffee • Trinkets

• Arts & Crafts, Trinkets & Gemstones

• Dream Catchers • Cushions • Fashion

• Handcrafted Jewellery • Plants &

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occasional local live entertainment.

“Catch up with friends. Enjoy the

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and shops. Bring your swimmers and

make a day of it in Sumner! There’s so

much on offer down here,” said Clayton.

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News

Akaroa Civic Trust

celebrates 50 years

FIFTY YEARS of dedication by

the Akaroa Civic Trust to protect

the township’s historic character

will be celebrated on Saturday.

A presentation will be given

by environmentalist and anthropologist

Dame Anne Salmond at

the trust’s 50th annual meeting,

which will be held at 4.30pm, 105

Rue Jolie, Akaroa.

She will speak on the 250th

commemoration of Captain

James Cook’s arrival on the

shores of New Zealand, which

happens to coincide on the same

day.

In 1969, the trust formed to

ensure Akaroa could continue

to be enjoyed by the community,

while attracting national and

international visitors.

In 1999, the trust was instrumental

to Akaroa’s Historic Area

registration by Heritage New

Zealand.

It worked in close association

with Onuku Runanga to protect

Takapuneke, a nationally significant

historic site, from inappropriate

development.

In 2009, it won a landmark

case at the Environment Court

that ensured the protection of

an important coastal landscape

Dame Anne Salmond ​

opposite the town.

One year later the trust

received three separate heritage

awards for its work relating to

the protection of Takapuneke

and also accepted a civic award in

2014 from Mayor Lianne Dalziel.

Personal choices and felt pens

VITTORIA

& Matt

PEOPLE PICK some weird hills

to die on.

But in a world of flat earthers

and people who think trickle

down economics works, being

dead set that you can’t leave the

house without a yellow and green

pen isn’t that weird.

Vittoria’s really starting to get

good at communicating what she

wants. Like if she wants something

to eat, she’ll literally drag

me over to the fridge and point

out what she wants.

You can really tell she’s having

a good look and she definitely has

her preferences.

It also extends to fashion

choices. When I tell her to grab

her shoes, she’ll grab the pair she

wants to wear.

Which, because she’s a toddler,

is never weather appropriate

– jandals when it’s raining and

cold, gumboots when it’s scorching

hot.

Mostly I just give in because

there’s only so many times a

person can say “these shoes bub,

they’re better” before the words

just seem to lose all meaning.

Occasionally, I just hide a

more suitable pair of shoes in her

nappy bag in the hopes she’ll be

more compliant later. Like when

she’s asleep.

On Tuesday, while getting

ready to head to the playground,

Vittoria used her developing

sense of preference and ability

to choose to decide that she

required a green and a yellow felt

pen to leave the house.

They also had to have the tops

off, which was my major concern.

My car might not be pretty, but

it would look a whole lot worse

with green and yellow lines all

over the interior.

A line was drawn in the sand

and neither of us was budging.

The slightest suggestion of leaving

the pens behind cause for

screaming.

She was so set on conveying to

me why the pens were so vital

that her wee face was just crimson

from the yelling and sodden

from tears. The reason behind it

was hilarious, but how can you

laugh at conviction like that?

So after repeating the phrase

“put the pens on the table and lets

go” a hundred times – putting

me at risk of a Game of Thrones

Hodor situation – I decided to

relent and let her bring the pens

with the tops on.

CONTENTED: Happily at

the playground, with not a

felt pen in sight.

Unfortunately, she was unwilling

to compromise on that, but I don’t

deal with terrorising toddlers.

I resorted to deftly forcing the

lids on, grabbing the pens as she

threw them away in disgust and

carrying the screaming toddler

whose newfound belief system

was being crushed to the car.

Her sulking in the back, pens in

hand was almost audible over the

music.

But by the time we arrived, the

pens had rolled under the seat,

quickly forgotten in a haze of

playground enjoyment.

The reason they were so

important in the first place lost

to time.

•Former Star Media

journalist Matt Salmons

has become a stay-athome

dad. We follow his

journey weekly

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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

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

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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

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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:

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CISION WILL NOT BE MADE

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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

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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

FINISH

LATIMER

SQUARE

MADRAS STREET

START

MADRAS STREET

ST ASAPH STREET

KILMORE STREET

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DECISION WILL NOT BE MADE

BEFORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

92.1 MORE FM,

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Twitter: Santa Parade Christchurch

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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

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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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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

2 blocks away from the Parade

route!

ent

ADE POSTPONEMENT

ISION WILL NOT BE MADE

ORE NOON, LISTEN TO:

MORE FM,

BREEZE 94.5FM,

GO TO: www.facebook.com/

.christchurchsantaparade.nz

ter: Santa Parade Christchurch

hristchurch

s 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

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

KILMORE STREET

sual Sunday schedules will

perating.

table information available

etroinfo.co.nz or call us on

66 8855.

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Bus Interchange is just

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A DECISION WILL NOT BE

MADE BEFORE NOON

Media Partners

Sponsors

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

sors: 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

hristchurch City Council, Multi Media

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

ar Media, The Breeze, Canterbury

hamber of Commerce, Retail NZ, , Farmers,

Engine Centre, Pub Charity Limited, The

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ord, , Resene, JJ Ltd., Hire King, BrokerWeb

, Hoyts Riccarton, Wayne Robertson, Vidpro

ntals, Mainfreight, Owens Transport, Daily

xpress Transport, Bascik Transport,

ransport, Lions Club of Ellesmere, The

ry, Debbie Newman and Southern Salvage,

lls School of Ballet, Original Scripts Theatre

Williamson-Morris, Orion, Connetics, Shane

ong, Mark Lamb-Morrow, City of

Air Training Corps, NZ Police, Canterbury

rd Club, Martin Patterson, Tony Clark, NZ

and Vintage Farm Machinery Club , Happy

am, Ara Institute of Canterbury, Familial

tage Machinery Club, Johnson Controls,

tume Hire, Ian McDougall, Ian Dobson,

er Ltd., Noble-Adams Machinery, Gough

ics, Smiths Hire, Cockram Kia, Cockram

tchurch Mitsubishi, Ssangyong Christchurch,

zda, Blackwell Holden, Barry Corbett,

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

pire Extinguishers, George Henry Ltd.,

cca Luxon, Anne Jamieson, Steve Cooper,

, 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

IPAL SPONSORS:

PARTNERS

ORS

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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in

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.

If you’re looking for ideas why not check out

Pinterest. Here you will find every style and every

technique to make sure your home looks like a

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Christmas in Curragh

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and

Wednesday, 6.30-9.00pm

Go along to the Friends of

Ferrymead’s festive fundraiser

where every room in Curragh,

the society’s 154-year-old

house, will be decorated

with wonderful modern, old

fashioned and handmade

Christmas decorations. A $10

entry fee includes delicious

festive light refreshments, oldtime

games and sing-a-longs

around the pianola. Pre-school

and primary children are free

and groups are welcome. Details,

photos and updates are on the

Friends of Ferrymead Facebook

page. For any enquiries, contact

friendsofferrymead@xtra.co.nz or

phone Martin on 027 222 5447.

Ferrymead Heritage Park, 50

Ferrymead Park Drive, Heathcote

Sumner Sunday Market

Sunday, 11am – 3pm

Go and check out a great range

of stalls, from fresh veggies,

amazing food from all over the

world and beautiful crafts. You’ll

find them right next to the beach

as you come into the village.

Cnr Marriner St and The

Esplanade

Email jess.gibson@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

Christmas in Sumner Village

Next Thursday, from 5pm

Buskers, family photos and

late night shopping will be

running from 5pm before the

Sumner Silver Band, carols and

Santa’s grotto kick off in the mall

carpark from 6.30pm.

Sumner Village

find your

groove find your

Phone Sue on 389 1849.

Tai Chi

the public and will have local

contemporary

Redcliffs Lawn Bowls

Woolston Club, 43 Hargood St Friday, 7-8.30pm contemporary art, crafts and kai available for

Coaching

groove

This is a gentle exercise for purchase using cash only.

Tuesday 10.30-11.30am, Friday, jazz Diamond Harbour Bridge people of all ages and fitness Rapaki Marae, 37 Rapaki Drive

5-6.30pm​, Sunday 9.30-10.30am Club

levels, bringing many jazzhealth and

Free lawn bowls coaching Wednesday, 6.30pm, Tuesday, other benefits. All are welcome

Create ’n’ Connect

Monday to Saturday

has started and is open to 1.30pm.

to attend this weekly class. Phone

Thursday, 9.30am-noon

Preschool to Advanced

anyone over the age of hiphop 10. Bowls The final night for the year and Frances for more information on

Enjoy some great company and

RTS RAD BBO JDNZ NZAMD

equipment is provided and soled the presentation of club trophies 027 698 0057.

explore your creativity. Phone

Monday to Saturday

shoes are required. From the first will take place tonight at the 105 Bridle Path Rd

Beth for more information on

Preschool to Advanced

116 Sawyers Arms Road

Wednesday of November, after Bowling Club. Afternoon bridge hiphop

022 678 1252.

RTS RAD BBO JDNZ NZAMD

work ladies sessions will begin. will wind up for the year on Mt Pleasant Walking Group

St Andrews Church, 148 Main

116 Sawyers Arms Road

Papanui

For more information, email Tuesday. For more information ballet Tuesday and Thursday, 9.30am

Rd, Redcliffs

Papanui

redcliffsbowls@xtra.co.nz ballet or visit phone Pauline 329 4414 or 027 A mix of flat and hill walks Call for 03 354 Diamond 6228 or 0274 Harbour 836 265 Bowling

www.redcliffsbowls.co.nz. 363 6302.

people with a medium level www.annaleeschoolofdance.co.nz

of Club – have-a-go day

Call 03 354 6228 or 0274 836 265

Redcliffs Bowling Club,

Diamond Harbour Bowling fitness. Walks are in nearby areas Tuesday, 5-7pm

www.annaleeschoolofdance.co.nz

9 James St

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DANCE

day to learn a new sport,

Indoor Bowls at Tui Club Waipapa Ave

Phone Judy on 384 1269.

OF DANCE

OF

Monday, 12.45-3.45pm

Various locations

Go along for a fun and

A Very Pleasant Playgroup

inclusive environment at indoor Tomorrow, 9.30-11.30am

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$3 thereafter. All equipment is

supplied. No previous experience

necessary as coaching is given.

Soft-soled shoes should be worn.

pre-schoolers and their grownups.

Stay for the whole session or

drop-in when it suits.

Mt Pleasant Community Centre

Sunday, 11.30am-4.30pm

A powhiri at 11.30am will

welcome all visitors on to the

Marae. This event is open to

Sit on Akaroa Library’s

comfy chairs and have a

relaxing chat while working

on your craft project

on Monday from 1.30-

3.30pm. Share and learn

skills in a wide range of

crafts - needlework, knitting,

quilting, handicrafts,

making dolls, teddy bears

and spinning for free at

Akaroa Craft Group.

meet new friends, enjoy a sausage

sizzle and maybe even win a prize.

The event will be led by Bowls

Canterbury Development’s Emily

Robbins. For more information,

phone Emily on 351 2070 or

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CONTINUING EDUCATION

New digital skills

help Wanda

return to work

Tasty Bites

Plant-based Middle

Eastern flavours

Keen to re-enter the workforce after raising

a family, Wanda Price realised she needed to

brush up on her computer skills first.

“I had large gaps in my computer knowledge,

so I knew that I needed to fix this before I

could confidently apply for jobs,” she says.

And fix it she is. Wanda’s currently studying

the New Zealand Certificate in Computing at

her local Ara Connect. Run by Ara Institute

of Canterbury, Ara Connect offers free

computing courses for anyone wanting to gain

skills and confidence using digital technology.

“I chose Ara Connect

because it had the course

I wanted, it was free and it

was easy to get to. And the

‘pick and mix’ timetable

really suits me with a

family. The course is selfpaced,

so you’re only

focusing on what you’re

doing.”

Wanda says she’s

enjoying the course, and

likes her tutor’s teaching

style. “She has the ability

to point you in the right

direction so you can

then solve the problem

yourself. And approaching a tutor at any time

is never a problem – they’re only too happy to

help.”

Wanda encourages others to become a

digital upskiller like her. “Definitely give it a

go! You’ll be amazed at all that you learn and

you’ll enjoy doing it.”

When she completes her certificate, she’s

going to weigh up whether to apply for jobs or

do further study.

Learn more about Ara Connect courses at

ara.ac.nz or by calling 0800 24 24 76.

You have to make

this dish! Eggplant

would have to be our

favourite vegetable.

Slow-roasting eggplant

in smoked paprika and

pomegranate molasses

makes the flesh

deliciously soft and

bursting with Middle

Eastern flavours.

Cauliflower and tahini

add a creamy richness,

which is so delicious

with the punchy vibrant

salsa. If you are serving

this as a side dish, we

recommend pairing it

with slow-cooked lamb.

Pomegranate eggplant

with cauliflower tahini

puree & pine nut mint

salsa

Serves 2 as a main or 4 as

a side

Ingredients

Roast cauliflower + puree

1 head cauliflower

olive oil

sea salt

2 Tbsp tahini

juice of 1 lemon

1 clove garlic, crushed

1 tsp sea salt

Eggplant

2 eggplants

4 Tbsp olive oil

2 tsp ground smoked

paprika

2 Tbsp pomegranate

molasses

sea salt and pepper

Salsa

2 Tbsp pine nuts, toasted

¼ cup pomegranate seeds

¼ cup green olives, pitted

and roughly chopped

1 Tbsp hemp oil or extra

virgin olive oil

zest and juice of lemon

handful mint leaves, finely

chopped

sea salt

To serve

rocket, tahini, smoked paprika

Directions

To make the roast

cauliflower

Heat oven to 200 deg C.

Finely cut up the

cauliflower and place on a

baking tray. Drizzle with

olive oil and salt, and mix

well.

Roast in the oven for

about 20-25min, or until

soft and golden. Once

cooked, remove from the

oven and allow to cool.

For the puree

Place ¾ of the roasted

cauliflower in a blender,

along with the tahini,

lemon juice,

garlic and sea

salt. Blend

until it is a

smooth puree.

Set aside.

If you like

an extracrispy

cauliflower garnish, return

the remaining roasted

cauliflower to the oven and

grill for 4-5min to make it

extra crispy. Alternatively,

leave as is.

For the eggplant

Cut each eggplant in half

lengthways, then criss-cross

the white flesh with a knife.

Place on a baking tray, skin

side down.

In a cup, mix together the

olive oil, smoked paprika,

pomegranate molasses and

salt and pepper. Pour the

mixture over the eggplants,

and generously rub into the

eggplants with your hands.

Sprinkle with some extra

salt before placing in the

oven. Bake at 200 deg C. for

about 40min.

For the salsa

Combine all of the

ingredients in a bowl. Set

aside and allow the flavours

to develop.

To serve

Spoon the cauliflower

puree on to each plate.

Place some rocket on the

bottom then add the baked

eggplant on top. Add a

generous spoonful of salsa

and a drizzle of tahini.

Lastly, sprinkle over

smoked paprika.


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Get adventurous in Toyota’s RAV4

WHILE TOYOTA’S new RAV4

stands out for its family-friendly

profile, there’s no doubt Toyota

want the latest generation model

to appeal to a wider audience.

Included in the eight-model

line-up is a one-specification

four-wheel-drive version labelled

Adventure. It is the hero car in the

line-up and such is its popularity

there may be a wait while stocks

land in good supply.

There’s not a lot mechanically

different to the standard RAV4,

however, the Adventure gets a

body kit and interior treatment

that makes it stand out markedly

from the rest of the range. If you

like bold and brash it is the car

for you, large fenders, aggressive

bumper and grille, and big wheels

are there to tempt. Inside, there is

also bright orange detailing.

It is also a high-grade model,

most of what is found in Limited

specification is fitted to the

Adventure and, as you might

expect Adventure rounds out the

series at $48,990. Bear in mind

the RAV4 starts at $34,990, and

includes hybrid models which

land from $38,990.

The Adventure is in the lineup

as a point of difference, and

after a week in the car I can

Motoring

Ross Kiddie

certainly see its appeal. When I

tested the hybrid model in these

columns in July I suggested it was

the sport utility vehicle for me,

and that hasn’t changed. However,

I would be tempted with the Adventure,

it looks a little bit rugged

and it has appeal in that way.

As I’ve covered in the past, the

new RAV4 is all-new, the platform

is fresh and the body style

quite a departure from the previous

generation.

That being the case, it is stateof-the-art

mechanically and that

shows when you are driving it,

not so much in terms of mechanical

power but it handles a

lot differently, it is more stable

and for lack of better words,

more normal, more car-like from

behind the wheel.

Yet, the Adventure has off-road

ability. The downside of evaluating

a four-wheel-drive vehicle

off-the-seal in spring is that it gets

very dirty, so I didn’t tackle anything

too serious, but I did use an

old forestry track near Hororata

which is a good test of suspension

control. The ground was

very soft thanks to a drenching a

day or two before, however, the

RAV4 never felt as if I was going

to end up with a complete loss of

TOYOTA RAV4 ADVENTURE: Capable on the sand or on the seal.

• Price – Toyota RAV4

Adventure, $48,990

• Dimensions – Length,

4610mm; width, 1865mm;

height, 1685mm

• Configuration – Fourcylinder,

four-wheel-drive,

2487cc, 152kW, 243Nm,

six-speed automatic.

• Performance –

0-100km/h, 8.5sec

• Fuel usage – 6.8l/100km

traction.

That’s due a lot to the engine

and dynamic torque vectoring

drive management protocols

which can be dialled in by the

driver. There’s a console-mounted

button which selects the choice of

several modes – snow, mud, sand,

dirt, rock. There are also protocols

for highway driving, eco,

normal or sport.

Each has its own unique character

with the end result being

the best outcome depending on

the surface. Take into account

too, that the wheels and rubber

are up an inch from the standard

models, the big Yokohama tyres

(235/55 x 19in) are street-treaded

but they do dig out grip on soft

surfaces.

The non-hybrid RAV4 buyer

effectively has a choice of two engines,

2-litre or 2.5-litre. The Adventure

has the big displacement

unit and it is an easy-worker. The

benefit of cubic capacity is the

lack of obvious stress, the 2487cc

twin-camshaft engine just lopes

along and works freely through a

six-speed automatic transmission.

The big benefit of that is the lack

of fuel it uses, there is little loading

so Toyota’s claim of 6.8-litres per

100km (42mpg) usage on a combined

cycle is not unachievable.

My time with the test car

returned figures of 8.2l/100km

(35mpg) with a 6l/100km

(47mpg) instantaneous figure

available at 100km/h, the engine

ticking over slowly at just

1600rpm.

If lively acceleration is needed,

the engine will burst into life

with strong mid-range performance

– standstill to 100km/h in

8.5sec and 80km/h to 120km/h

in 5.4sec. The latter relates

directly to engine power, Toyota

claim outputs of 152kW and

243Nm, both outputs arriving

tall inthe rev band at 6600rpm

and 4500rpm respectively, that

matters little, the specific outputs

are strong enough to provide that

direct flow of power right across

the rev range.

On my highway evaluation I

was passed by a RAV4 of an earlier

generation. The vehicle was fourup

and on the roof rails sat several

sets of skis. I figured Mt Hutt was

the destination, and I couldn’t help

but think how suited to that road

the RAV4 was. I strongly suspect

the occupants were a little envious

they weren’t driving the latest

generation model, especially the

Adventure model.

Its name lends itself to a role

just that little left-of-centre, yet

it still is the quintessential RAV4

that Kiwi buyers have come to

embrace.


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