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LEISURE

• By Bea Gooding

JANICE MOSS’ family

was instrumental in the

development of Wainoni

Methodist Church – a church

Cormorants

often seen

drying wings

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she attended for 80 years.

Now, after more than 60

years as a cornerstone of the

community, the church she

grew up with has been reduced

to rubble.

Mrs Moss is among those

devastated at the loss after

demolition works started

last week.

THe February 22, 2011,

earthquake caused major

A walk

down

memory lane

Demolition devastates parishioner

LEGACY: Janice

Moss (left) and Betty

Chapman of the

Wainoni Avonside

Community Services

Trust are devastated

over the Wainoni

Methodist Church’s

demolition. (Above) –

The church in 1962.

damage to the building.

With only 12 parishioners

left attending the church,

the potential repair bill was

considered too much to bear.

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• By Bea Gooding

THE CITY will finally get

another pool.

The first, symbolic sods have

been turned at Te Pou Toetoe:

Linwood Pool.

The $22 million facility is being

built in Linwood Park on the

corner of Linwood Avenue and

Smith Street.

It will be built by Apollo

Projects Limited, which built

Taiora QEII and is scheduled to

open late next year.

The complex will include a

multi-use 25-metre lane pool, a

deep-water pool for “bombing”, a

family spa pool, a learn to swim

pool, and a pool for toddlers and

water deck.

It will also function as a

community meeting space, with

rooms and a kitchen available for

public use.

The community connection

continues outside with an

gathering area, picnic tables,

tennis and multi-use courts, cycle

stands, parking and plenty of

open areas.

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Tanya Jenkins is the manager of the Avon-Heathcote Estuary Ihutai Trust, a nonprofit

organisation formed in 2002 to protect one of New Zealand’s most important

coastal wetlands. Each week she introduces a new bird found in the estuary. Her column

aims to raise the understanding of the values and uniqueness of the area.

Cormorants constantly dry wings

THE BLACK cormorant/kawau is

one of 12 cormorant species found in

New Zealand, with this one often seen

around the estuary and lower reaches

of our rivers.

We are very lucky to have about

12 to 16 of these black cormorants

making our estuary their home as

there are not that many of them in

New Zealand.

You can spot them sitting along the

estuary edge or perched in trees along

river banks with their wings spread

out.

So why do they do this? Cormorants

dive under water and then use their

webbed feet to propel themselves to

chase their prey.

Now, unlike non-diving birds, their

feathers are not as oily and therefore

not as waterproof, which allows them

to dive in the first place.

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need to “spread their wings and tail

feathers” to dry out and warm up after

each meal, or they would lose their

body temperature and suffer from

hypothermia.

Amazing how nature provides for all

the different needs of different birds.

The cormorants have been observed

eating up to 30 small eels and fish each

RARE: There are only about 12 to 16 black cormorants that have made

the Avon-Heathcote Estuary their home. PHOTO: BRIAN BETTS ​

day. Tough life having to dive, chase

fish, dry out, warm up, dive, chase

fish, warm up, dry out and so on, that

many times each day.

Experts are not sure why the

cormorants choose either trees, shrubs

cliffs or even the ground to nest on

but here around the estuary, it appears

they prefer nesting in trees. Both

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Club for dementia carers to connect Church

• By Bea Gooding

JEFF BRADLEY met the love of

his life at a food and wine festival

26 years ago. Instantly, he knew

he wanted to marry her.

He and Kathy tied the knot six

weeks later, ushering in years of

“blissful” marriage. But now the

couple are caught in the “long

goodbye”.

Mrs Bradley was diagnosed

with dementia about nine

years ago. It was a twist in their

decades-long love story, but Mr

Bradley’s love did not falter.

“They called it a ‘long goodbye.’

There was a lot of crying, but the

love is pretty strong between us,”

he said.

“We’re madly in love with each

other.”

Mr Bradley, of Avondale,

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before the dementia diagnosis.

The accomplished clarinet

player would often play around

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“She [Mrs Bradley] never missed

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“Wherever she was, I played

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was an original and became her

tune.”

It started to get tough for the

pair when everyday tasks such as

putting on clothes, going to the

bathroom and cooking became a

JOURNEY: Jeff and Kathy Bradley have been married for 26

years, after they were introduced to each other by a friend.

challenge for Mrs Bradley.

Mr Bradley admitted it had

not been an easy journey. His

own health suffered as the couple

faced their greatest challenge.

“It was getting me down at

some points, it was very hard

on me and I ended up having a

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Mrs Bradley now lives in a

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twice a day. Lockdown left him

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“I’ve just gone through 12

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Mr Bradley said the club will

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and meet others, see what they’ve

gone through and how they’re

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He said he hoped grow the club

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such as Auckland, Wellington and

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network across New Zealand.

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had a rich

history

• From page 1

“I was a bit hurt when the

decision was made, it wasn’t an

easy time,” Mrs Moss said.

Her family’s association

with the Methodist Church in

Canterbury has its roots in the

1800s.

Mrs Moss’ great-greatgrandfather

came to Christchurch

from England during the late 1800s.

He owned Avon Park, on

Avonside Drive. A section of this

land was purchased for a Methodist

Church in 1959, and a new church

was opened in July, 1963.

Mrs Moss, 90, attended until

she was 84-years-old.

Without a car, she does not

have the option to attend another

church.

“I just listen to the radio now,”

she said.

Mrs Moss was heavily involved

at Wainoni Community Services

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A walk along memory lane

The first tram route in Christchurch to close was the New Brighton line in 1952. The tram left

Cathedral Square driven by Mayor Robert Mafeking Macfarlane. It was decorated with streamers

and placards and a pipe band played on top of the trailer. It reached the New Brighton Post Office

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Exterior view of the main building at Marian

College, Shirley, in 1987.

Storytime at the Phillipstown Kindergarten

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ANTICIPATION: Councillor Yani Johanson (left), long time

community board member Bob Todd, 12-year-old Eve Nuu and

Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board chairwoman

Alexandra Davids break ground for the new Linwood Pool.

PHOTO: NEWSLINE ​

‘A classic example of

grassroots democracy’

• From page 1

Community members and

members of the Waikura/

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board last week

gathered on-site for a symbolic

sod-turning.

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was Bob Todd, a longtime

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