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Community advocate,

fundraiser recognised

• By Bea Gooding

THE FIRST female president

of the exclusive Canterbury

Club has been recognised for

her long contribution to the

community.

Robyn Bisset received a

Queen’s Service Medal in the

Queen’s Birthday Honours List.

Mrs Bisset has spent nearly

30 years helping various

community groups and

fundraising for children’s

charities.

In 2015, she was elected as

the first female president of the

Canterbury Club.

Formerly a club for

businessmen, the club did

not accept women until

2002 and its female

membership has grown

considerably since.

Mrs Bisset has been a

member of the Rotary Club

of Christchurch since 1993,

has served on committees

at St George’s Hospital and

has been involved with the

Nurses’ Memorial Chapel

Christchurch, and Burwood

Academy of Independent

Living.

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“It was very surprising – I’m really

amazed and proud. I haven’t had time

to absorb it”

Mrs Bisset has been a member of

the Rotary Club of Christchurch since

1993 becoming the president in

2009.

Over the course of 21 years, she

helped raise close to $1.3 million for

children’s charities in Canterbury

as part of the Rotary organising

committee it.

THe funding went to supporting

families in a range of charities such

as the Life Education Trust and the

Halberg Disability Sport Foundation.

“We felt there was a need to

specifically help children so a number

of us formed a committee to assist

these charities, with funding going

towards things like projects and

fundraisers,” she said.

“I’m delighted to be involved with

Rotary, doing something outside my

work environment, meeting people

from different walks of life and

sometimes going abroad.”

Mrs Bisset was born in

Christchurch and is the oldest of five

children. She has four children and

nine grandchildren.

She was a registered nurse and was

currently a board member of the

Burwood Academy

of Independent Living, a researchbased

organisation that helped people

with spinal cord injuries.

“Having worked at Burwood

Hospital many years ago, it resonated

with me to be a board member so it

has been very rewarding.”

‘It’s a

wonderful

feeling to be

able to give

back.’

– Robyn Bisset

Her charitable efforts did not

stop there; going on to become

the Canterbury Club’s first female

president since it was established 145

years ago.

“THe club is for professional

and business people. It’s a

lively environment, a great place

to have meetings and to get

working opportunities,” said Mrs

Bisset.

“It was a men-only environment

for a long time, but now 20 per cent

of members are women which feels

fantastic.”

Since 2004, she has been a

committee member of Friends of

The Nurses’ Memorial Chapel at

Christchurch Hospital and was

currently chairwoman of the trust.

Volunteer-run, the trust managed

the maintenance of the chapel as well

as provided a community space by

giving lectures and hosting meetings

every month.

“It’s a pretty important part of my

life.”

She was also a member of the St

George’s Hospital Inc Society and the

hospital’s advisory committee.

Even though volunteer work took

up much of her time, she played

the double bass for the Canterbury

Philharmonia orchestra and loved to

dabble in

a bit of gardening, cross-stitching,

knitting and staying active.

Said Mrs Bisset: “I would encourage

anyone to contribute to their

communities, you never know what’s

around the corner - look at how

Covid-19 decimated the world.

“It’s a wonderful feeling to be able

to give back, it’s terribly rewarding.

Whatever you give, you’ll most

certainly get back.”

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News

Road safety concerns addressed

No-stopping

signs

for Prestons

subdivision

• By Bea Gooding

RESIDENTS’ fears of crashes

at a busy intersection in

their subdivision has led to

the approval of no-stopping

restrictions.

The Coastal-Burwood

Community Board agreed to

install the restrictions on Te

Kereme St, in

Prestons, near

the intersection

with Te Korari

St.

The decision

followed

Stephen

Wright

reports from

neighbouring

residents with

safety concerns associated with

drivers crossing the centre line

in order to avoid parked cars

during peak traffic periods.

Te Kereme St intersected with

Te Korari St and is opposite the

southern access to Marshland

SAFETY FIRST: No stopping restrictions will be placed on Te Kereme St, near the intersection

with Te Korari St, Prestons.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN ​

Primary School.

Because of this, there was high

short-term parking and traffic

demand before and after school

hours.

The city council acting

manager of transport operations

Stephen Wright said although

there had been no reported

crashes at this intersection,

concerns were still raised

about the vehicles parking in the

area.

“When a vehicle is parked

here, other drivers are required

to encroach onto the opposite

side of the road, therefore the

installation of a short length of

no-stopping lines to improve

safety was approved.”

By moving parking spaces

further away from the

intersection, it reduced the risk

of a head-on crash.

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Brighton Trust. The funding

will go towards the wages of

the community co-ordinator

and activator who will help

open a multi-activity space,

performance area and wellness

centre. A grant of $2000 was

also approved going towards

the operational costs of the New

Brighton community fridge

and pantry such as recycling,

waste removal and volunteer

recognition. The grants came

from the board’s discretionary

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A walk along memory lane

The New Brighton pier from Marine Pde in 1960.

A boatshed next to the New Brighton bridge from the opposite bank of the Avon River,

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A bulldozer drives through rubbish bags and seagulls at the Bexley

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Crowds on New Brighton beach during a hot week in January, 1983.

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Snapshot of our area’s past

New Brighton Esplanade, 1920 A swing set and the pier in 1963.

New Brighton beach car park, 1966 Christmas Eve shoppers on the main street of Brighton Mall in 1983.

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