Bay Harbour: December 18, 2019

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23km

Wishing you all a

From your local friendly team at Pharmacy@Ferrymead

• Emergency

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• Passports Photos

• Ear Piercing

• Gifts and Wrapping

• Natural Health

• Sunhats & Sunglasses

Safety upgrade

plan for

Dyers Pass Rd

Page 3

fundraiser

• By Jess Gibson

EMMA KLOSS’ 23km run from

Cass Bay to Diamond Harbour is

about more than fundraising

towards another overseas sporting

mission.

Not only will it help the 19-year-old

ice hockey player from Governors

Bay pay for a trip to the IIHF World

Championships in Iceland in February.

But it will also help provide care and

education to children whose families

are experiencing stress or crisis at

Cholmondeley Children’s Centre.

It will be Emma’s third year

fundraising to represent New Zealand

in the senior women’s team, the Ice

Fernz, so she chose to do something

different by donating half of the

money to an organisation close to

her.

• Turn to page 5

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• By Jess Gibson

A FACEBOOK profile, believed

to be fake, has deleted posts

criticising the Collett’s Corner

development.

The account in the name of an

individual slammed the $9.45m

retail and residential development

planned for London and Oxford

streets on the Facebook page Lyttelton

– Ain’t No Place I’d Rather Be!

The post picked holes in Ohu

Development’s resource consent

application for the project, specifically

the proposed height of the

building, lack of parking spaces

and excessive site coverage.

“It will affect us all and we

should be aware of what is being

proposed,” it read.

However, the post and the

profile itself were deleted after

Facebook users in the group questioned

whether the person was a

Lyttelton resident, as no one knew

who it was.

Developer Camia Young, along

with others, were concerned

the account was spreading

misinformation about the

application. • Turn to page 7

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Wednesday December 18 2019

get in touch

from the editor’s desk

EMMA KLOSS is a young woman going

places (see page 1).

In February the Governors Bay 19-yearold

will be off to Iceland with the Ice Fernz

for the world ice hockey championships.

Ice hockey is not a high profile sport in

New Zealand and for that reason paying to get to the worlds and

other tournaments falls back largely on the players.

It is a different story in Europe, Canada and the United States

of course, where top line players are household names and

command huge salaries.

So Emma is running from Cass Bay to Diamond Harbour to

raise money to help pay for her trip to Iceland. She will also give

half of the money raised to Cholmondeley Children’s Centre.

That’s amazing.

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time last week. It was an emotional experience for some.

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PAGE 3

News

Deadly Dyers Pass Rd will get

In Brief

major safety improvements

• By Jess Gibson

BUSY DYERS Pass Rd which has

seen six motorists die in the past

11 years will get a safety upgrade.

The $2.6m upgrades will

include the widening of road

shoulders, installing guardrails,

supporting retaining walls and

allowing additional space for

cyclists on the uphill side of the

road.

On average, there are 7274

traffic movements per day on

the stretch of road between

Hackthorne Rd in Cashmere and

Governors Bay - a popular route

for motor vehicles, motor-cycles

and cycles.

The upgrades come just over

a month after Aaron Sadler, 40,

and Mitchell Rutter, 23, were

killed in a head-on motor-cycle

collision between the Sign of

the Takahe and Sign of the Kiwi

cafes on November 3.

From January 1 2008 to November

4 there have been 272

crashes on Dyers Pass Rd.

City council transport planning

and delivery manager

Lynette Ellis said currently, construction

is planned to start in

autumn 2020 and will be completed

before the end of winter.

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unfortunately, deaths, and that is

heartbreaking to hear,” she said.

“This is about how we, as a

local authority that takes care of

that road, make it better for all

users.”

The city council will use

money from the Long Term Plan

and a contribution from ACC to

fund the upgrades.

In the lead up to improvements,

investigations are being

carried out on Dyers Pass Rd

until Friday.

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UPGRADES:

Safety

improvements

along the section

of Dyers Pass Rd

from Cashmere

to Governors

Bay will include

widened roads,

installing guardrails,

and supporting

retaining walls.

These include flushing and

videoing stormwater culverts,

footpath investigations, rock

sampling and geotechnical investigations.

Work will be carried out on

weekdays, between 7am and

6pm, subject to weather and

on-site conditions.

• HAVE YOUR SAY: What do

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being made to Dyers

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Wednesday December 18 2019

News

Countdown to City2Surf

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City2Surf.

On March 22, the Les Mills

City2Surf will celebrate its 46th

running and as always will have

an option for all types of fitness

levels with a 14km and 6km

option.

The 14km event starts at 9am

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6km event starts at 10am at

Hansens Park, all culminating

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Playing Fields where there will

be plenty of entertainment and

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“The Les Mills City2Surf

gives everyone the outlet to

do something for themselves.

Challenge yourself to the 14km

distance or give yourself a first

test and try to finish the 6km

fun run,” said event manager Jon

Holmes.

“It doesn’t matter who you

are or where you’ve come from,

running/jogging/walking the

Les Mills City2Surf is the most

welcoming and achievable thing

you can do in 2020,” he said.

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News

IT’S

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Christmas WEEK

from everyone at

ANY

2 FOR

FUNDRAISING: Emma Kloss will head to Iceland in February to represent New

Zealand in ice hockey at the IIHF World Championships for the third time.

Relief work at charity

• From page 1

She chose the Governors

Bay-based charity as she

has worked there as a

reliever for more than a

year, which has given her

“insight into what they

do.”

“I look after the kids,

make sure they are healthy

and happy and build

relationships with them,”

she said.

She is hoping to

fundraise at least half

of the $4000 trip costs

through a givealittle for

her run on January 14.

The rest of the funds will

be raised through quiz

nights and full-time work

over summer, and any

excess money will go to

Cholmondeley Children’s

Centre.

•If you would like

to donate towards

Emma’s trip and

Cholmondeley

Children’s Centre, visit

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News

Tunnel to be drilled under river

A TUNNEL is set to be drilled

under the Heathcote River next

month as part of the Lyttelton

Harbour wastewater project.

A 535-metre pipeline will

be pulled through the tunnel

under the river and the Ferry Rd

roundabout by a method called

directional drilling.

It will then connect the Alport

Pl pump station to the Heathcote

Valley pipeline, which will

connect Lyttelton Harbour’s

wastewater system to the main

Christchurch system.

It will be the fourth and final

phase of a four-stage project to

end routine discharge of treated

wastewater into the harbour.

Part of Ferry Rd from St Johns

St to the Ferry Rd roundabout

will be closed to install the

pipeline from 8pm January 25 to

CLEANER: A tunnel will be drilled under the Heathcote River to

put an end to the discharge of treated wastewater into Lyttelton

Harbour.

10am January 26.

Up until now wastewater from

Lyttelton, Governors Bay and Diamond

Harbour has been treated

at wastewater treatment plants in

each of the townships before being

discharged through outfall pipelines

into Lyttelton Harbour.

Stages one and two are complete

and stage four is set for

completion in early 2020.

In stage three, the existing

wastewater treatment plants at

Cashin Quay, Governors Bay

and Diamond Harbour are being

converted into pump stations to

pipe all of Lyttelton Harbour’s

wastewater through the Lyttelton

Tunnel.

The Cashin Quay treatment

plant has been converted and

the pump station is being tested

before commissioning. The new

Diamond Harbour pump station

is on track for commissioning

this month.

Work on the new pump station

on Lyttelton’s Simeon Quay is

now expected to be complete by

next October, due to a redesign

of the pump station, with the

entire wastewater network

commissioned in late 2020.

Question and answer sessions for residents

• From page 1

“[I thought] well thank you for

raising it, thank you for being

concerned and thank you for being

interested. Let’s have a proper

conversation about this and talk

about how to do the right thing

for Lyttelton.”

Ms Young said the person’s

claim that the proposed

building would be 4m above

the legal height limit was

incorrect.

She said there is a small

space that goes about 1m

above the limit but the city

council have “no problem with

it” as the effect it has on the street

view is not considered more than

minor.

Ms Young said she worked for

10 months to develop a parking

strategy with city council staff

and that having seven parks was

the best outcome given the building’s

requirements.

She said it would encourage the

use of buses, car sharing, walking

and cycling.

Ms Young said the person’s

claim that the area of the site

covered by the building is 95 per

cent was wrong and that it was

actually 55 per cent.

Residents will have the opportunity

to express their concerns

and ask questions at a question

and answer session tonight at

6pm, at Eruption Brewing, 26

London St.

The aim of the meeting, hosted

by the city council, is to allow

residents a better understanding

of the online documentation for

resource consent as it has more

than 200 pages.

Another session will be held on

January 14.

BAY HARBOUR

• By Jess Gibson

PAGE 7

Delay

for crime

cameras

THE INSTALLATION of

Sumner’s crime cameras has

been delayed by a month.

Initially, the $23,000 system

was meant put in at the corner of

Mariner and Burgess Sts by the

end of the year.

However, city council head of

community support, governance

and partnerships John Filsell

said they will be installed by the

end of January due to work being

done at the same location.

“Installation contractors have

to work in with paving, power

and other contractors along with

the city council addressing some

new drainage options on that

corner. We would like to disturb

the site only once.”

The equipment, which aligns

with the police system, will

include four static cameras and

one camera able to pan 360 degrees

with zooming capability.

The location was chosen as it

will achieve the best coverage of

Sumner Village.

The cameras were approved by

the city council in October after

resident group Safer Sumner

fought hard to have them

installed for two-years to have

them installed.

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clothes by playing with a

bucket of water. So thank

you very much mum, you

are awesome. I fully expect

I’ll be churning through my

goodwill points and your

patience with plenty more

grand-babysitting in future.

In more tinsel-tinged

news, we’ve got Vittoria’s

Christmas presents

ready and wrapped. Well,

Laura’s got them wrapped,

I just provided encouragement

from the sidelines.

You’d know why if I’d ever

wrapped a gift for you.

No spoilers here, you’ll

have to wait if you really

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getting. I can’t risk letting

the cat out of the bag in the

insanely slim chance Vittoria

learns to read between

now and Christmas.

The last thing I need to

arrange is Vittoria’s Christmas

stocking and organise

the logistics on how Father

Christmas is going to fill it

on Christmas Eve. He’s not

visited this house yet, so I’d

best get a plan ready for him.

I also better let Vittoria

know that Santa’s old school

and would prefer stout and

a pie to a glass of milk and

biscuits when he gets here.

•Former Bay Harbour

News journalist Matt

Salmons has become

a stay-at-home dad.

We follow his journey

weekly.

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Wednesday December 18 2019

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Tips to keep safe from fire

Diamond

Harbour

Volunteer Fire

Brigade chief

officer Bob

Palmer advises

how residents

can reduce risks during the

hot summer months

NOW THAT summer is here

and there have already been

some fires in our communities, it

is a great time to reflect on what

you can do to protect yourselves,

your neighbours and at the same

time - help the “emergency services”

help you.

First, cover off the basics.

Smoke detectors, escape plans,

access, landscaping, fire extinguishers,

home sprinklers, water

supplies, firewood storage, fuel

storage and ash disposal are all

key things to think about.

When you call 111 for help

from any of the services, it is

vital that they are able to find

your address without delay.

Some addresses in rural areas

are sometimes difficult to find,

with letterboxes clustered away

from residents’ actual drives and

addresses. So, a decent-sized

number that is obvious to us

arriving in your street or road,

at the point that we would make

our access to your address is

vital. Going past your address

and having to turn our trucks

and ambulances around is often

taking up valuable time. For

those living up shared driveways,

a visible number on your house

is great. If there is a spare person

to go and wave us down on the

side of the road at your address

this is also very helpful.

Driveways of at least 4m wide

and 4m clear above are ideal for

emergency vehicle access. Water

supplies for firefighting are mandatory

in some areas.

In terms of home maintenance,

keep roof guttering clear

of debris. Embers from fires can

travel some distance and will

land there, just as your dry leaves

do. Don’t store garden or general

rubbish up against your house.

For landscaping in rural areas,

it is recommended there be a

10m zone around your house of

irrigated lawn or low growing

fire-resistant plants, but clear of

large trees. Keeping this zone

clear of debris is also important.

Outside that zone (10-30m)

remove dead scrub or plants and

thin remaining trees so they are

DESTROYED: A Charteris Bay home was completely gutted

after a fire that started in the bushes below the property spread

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not touching.

Fire seasons and restrictions

are vital to managing our fire

risks. We all see in the media the

tragic results of fires that have

been lit when they shouldn’t

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are “Open Season”, “Restricted

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Always check it’s alright before

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Below are some more general

safety tips:

• “If in doubt – call us out”.

If you see fire and are in doubt

whether it is safe, controlled or

permitted, then call 111. We

are more able to help with early

alerting.

• Keep your property clear of

dry rubbish, particularly around

your house.

• Have water on standby when

having BBQs. Even gas BBQs

will catch fire from time to time.

• Don’t leave cooking unattended

and don’t drink and fry.

• Follow the “heater metre

rule” – keep everything at least a

metre away from open fires and

heaters.

• Dispose of ash safely. Many

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outside under trees and hedges.

Note ash can still reignite or stay

burning for up to five days. Dispose

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with water and place away from

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First walk-through for

Redcliffs School staff

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If you would lIke advIce

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If you would lIke advIce and treatment wIth:

arlotte

WE ARE ON THE

MOVE AGAIN...

• By Jess Gibson

EMOTIONS ran

high as staff walked

through the new

Redcliffs School

buildings for the first

time last Tuesday.

Although the

completion date is

four months away,

principal Rose

McInerney said there

were “big smiles” on

everybody’s faces

as they were given a

sense of what the new

site at Redcliffs Park

will look like.

Dr Brendan Smith

TO A NEW LOCATION IN

FERRYMEAD, DUE TO

EARTHQUAKE REPAIRS

Ms McInerney has

visited during construction

many times but said

staff had only seen plans, so they

were thrilled to see them come to

fruition.

“It was so exciting for everybody

to walk around all our new

spaces. We got a real feel for how

they will be and there was lots

of chatter about how we will set

them out.”

Pupils will move into the new

school on April 27 and the official

opening will be held

in June.

Ms McInerney is still

confident prime minister

Jacinda Ardern will be attending

after she said she

would “do everything she

can” to be there in May.

The school has been

operating out of the van

Asch Deaf Education

Centre since the 2011

WATCH THIS SPACE

earthquakes.

We will keep you informed as to our

new address.

• Women’s health • Children’s & teenage health & wellbeing

• Older persons health • Lifestyle advice

• Warrant of fitness checks for men and women

• Helping patients manage long term medical problems

Dr Gort Stephan

Dr Sophia Harris

Dr Nicola Carey

• Removal of skin lesions • Sports medicine • Vasectomies

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24 December and

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in being built.

Pupils will

move into the

new school on

April 27.

• By Jess Gibson

THE MT Pleasant Bridge Club

has wrapped up for the season,

with awards now in the hands of

the year’s best players.

A prizegiving was held during

the club’s annual Christmas

party on November 29.

The club runs sessions each

week on Wednesdays and Fridays

at the Mt Pleasant Yacht Club

Rooms.

Raylene Hunter and Dianne

Ritchie took out the award for

Wednesday evening pairs, while

Rosemary Smart and Robin

MERRY CHRISTMAS

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CHUFFED: Robin Denley, club president Keith Guthrie and

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Denley won the prize for Friday

afternoon pairs.

The highest score for Wednesdays

went to Mrs Hunter and

Lindsay Eagle at 74.48 per cent.

Mrs Hunter took home the KK

Trophy for the having the best average

score over nine Wednesday

matches with different partners.

Joan Archer won the Anniversary

Trophy for the best average

for nine Friday matches.

The highest score on a Friday

afternoon went to Don LePage

and Christine Jackson at 70.45

per cent.

Dr David Robertson


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Wednesday December 18 2019

Akaroa Craft Group

Monday, 1.30-2.30pm

Go along and join the Akaroa

Craft Group. Sit in comfy chairs

and have a relaxing chat while

working on your project. Share

skills in a wide range of crafts,

including needlework, knitting,

quilting, handicrafts, making

dolls, teddy bears and spinning.

Akaroa Library

Festive Arts and Crafts

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

10am-4pm

An exhibition of locally

handmade craft and art in the

main gallery at historic Stoddart

Cottage, Diamond Harbour. Free

Entry. This exhibition runs until

December 29. Most works are for

sale and would make lovely gifts.

A commission from each sale

goes to Stoddart Cottage Trust

for heritage activities.

Stoddart Cottage Gallery, 2a

Waipapa Avenue, Diamond

Harbour

Christmas Fun for Children

Thursday, 10-11.30am

Go and make reindeer food, a

cookie house, a popcorn snowman

and decorate Christmas

tree biscuits! Please bring a gold

coin donation.

Redcliffs Village Library, 91

Main Rd

Email jess.gibson@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

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

Redcliffs Lawn Bowls Coaching

Tuesday 10.30-11.30am, Friday,

5-6.30pm​, Sunday 9.30-10.30am

Free lawn bowls coaching has

started and is open to anyone

over the age of 10. Bowls equipment

is provided and soled shoes

are required. From the first

Wednesday of November, after

work ladies sessions will begin.

For more information, email

redcliffsbowls@xtra.co.nz or visit

www.redcliffsbowls.co.nz.

Redcliffs Bowling Club,

9 James St

Indoor Bowls at Tui Club

Monday, 12.45-3.45pm

Go along for a fun and inclusive

environment at indoor

bowls. The first day is free and is

$3 thereafter. All equipment is

supplied. No previous experience

necessary as coaching is given.

Soft-soled shoes should be worn.

Phone Sue on 389 1849.

Woolston Club, 43 Hargood St

Tai Chi

Friday, 7-8.30pm

This is a gentle exercise for

people of all ages and fitness

levels, bringing many health

and other benefits. All are

welcome to attend this weekly

class. Phone Frances for more

information on 027 698 0057.

105 Bridle Path Rd

Mt Pleasant Walking Group

Tuesday and Thursday, 9.30am

A mix of flat and hill walks for

people with a medium level of

fitness. Walks are in nearby areas

and further afield. There will be

car-pooling with shared costs.

Phone Judy on 384 1269.

Various locations

Makerspace

Thursday, 3.15-4.45pm

Head the library for free fun

with technology and crafts at our

Discover Christchurch’s

best pet

accommodation

• Daycare - all breeds

• Long stay/short stay

monthly Makerspace sessions.

There are different activities every

month. No bookings required

and all kids welcome, though

little ones may need a grown-up

to come too.

Matuku Takotako: Sumner

Centre

Museum mural painting

Saturday, 10am

Lyttelton children can help

find your

groove

paint the steps at the new

museum site. Staff want to

brighten up the old steps on

their site so commissioned contemporary artist

Amber Moke to design a waterthemed

mural full of colour.

jazz

find your

groove

Whip up a paper

Christmas tree using

recycled magazines

any time on Friday at

the Matuku Takotako:

Sumner Centre. The

free ‘O Christmas Tree’

event will help you add

the perfect addition to

your festive table.

The last two steps will be left for

children to paint using provided

art tools. For more information,

phone Trevor Hall on 027 785

JP Clinic

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Thursday, 11am-12.30pm and

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Saturday, 10am-noon

Preschool to Advanced

A Justice of the Peace will

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Market

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Tasty Bites

The perfect Xmas centrepiece

The most perfect sticky glaze

is slathered all over this juicy,

tender, baked Brown Sugar

Mustard Glazed Ham, with

crisp edges and an incredible

flavour

Brown Sugar

Mustard-Glazed Ham

Ingredients

4-5kg bone-in fully cooked ham

½ cup water

½ cup unsalted butter

1 cup brown sugar

½ cup honey

2 tablespoons Dijon mustard

¼ teaspoon ground cinnamon

¼ teaspoon ground cloves

4 cloves garlic, smashed

Directions

Preheat the oven to 150 deg

C. and arrange a rack in the

lower third. Remove any plastic

packaging or netting from the

ham. Trim away the rind and

discard. Set the ham aside to rest

at room temperature for 1-2hr.

Line a baking tray or dish with

several sheets of aluminium foil

or baking paper if you prefer (it

will make clean-up a lot easier).

Remove the rind or skin of

the ham, ensuring you leave the

fat on. Using a sharp knife score

a 2-3cm wide diamond pattern

(don’t cut more than 5mm deep)

over the entire ham. Place the

ham in the baking tray; pour ⅓

cup of water into the base of the

pan and cover the ham with two

pieces of foil or baking paper and

bake for 30min.

Meanwhile, heat the butter

in a small pot or saucepan

over medium heat until golden

browned. Add in the brown sugar,

honey, mustard, cinnamon and

cloves, stirring to mix together

well until the brown sugar has

completely dissolved, (about

2min).

Reduce heat to low and add in

the garlic. Allow it to become

fragrant, cooking for a further

minute or two until the glaze

just begins to simmer, then

set it aside and let cool to

lukewarm (the glaze should

be the consistency of roomtemperature

honey).

After 30min baking time,

carefully remove the ham from

the oven and increase the oven

temperature to 220 deg C.

Discard the foil or parchment

paper and pour ⅓ of the glaze

all over the ham, brushing in

between the cuts to evenly

cover. Return to the oven and

bake uncovered for 15min.

Remove from the oven,

brush with another third of

the glaze and some of the pan

juices, and repeat again after

15min more minutes of baking

until a dark golden-brown

crust has formed, (about

30min total). For added depth

of flavour, mix some of the

ham pan juices together with

the glaze in the pot which will

help keep it runny enough

for brushing. If your crust is

still pink after there suggested

baking time, turn on your

broiler (or oven grill), and

allow it to broil for 2-5min,

while keeping an eye on it so it

doesn’t burn from the sugar.

Let the ham rest 10-20min

before slicing.

NOTES

If your glaze has been over

simmered and begins to

thicken between each baste,

add some of the pan juices to

it and heat it up over low heat

until it warms through and is the

consistency of warmed honey.

How to remove ham rind

1

1. Cut a line through the skin

all around the shank end.

2

2. Insert a sharp knife between

the rind and fat and run it

along to detach the rind.

3

3. Using your fingers, gently

separate the rind from the

fat, insterting your hand

deeper into the ham to keep

detaching it.

4

4. Peel off and discard the rind.

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Travel ‘Touring for holidays me has appeal been to a all way ages of and life we for get more so

than many 24 people years. looking I love for different hassle free cultures ways and to enjoy have

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and great Tanzania. way to meet I would people love and to have help some you put safety, the structure pieces and fun

of along a complex the way travel particularly jigsaw for together! solo travellers’

The best holidays are created together.

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