Southern View: July 15, 2021

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Hospital bed

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be thing of past

• By Bea Gooding

FOLLOWING THE birth

of her daughter, Ann Barsby

Page 7

didn’t plan on sticking around

for very long when she snagged

a part-time job at the Spreydon

Library.

A decade later the library

assistant is taking a trip down

memory lane as the facility

celebrates 50 years since its

Page 8

Library celebrates 50 years

MILESTONE: Ann Barsby is reflecting back on her 20 years as a library assistant in time for Spreydon Library’s 50th

anniversary.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

opening in 1971 marked a new

era of public library service in

Christchurch.

• Turn to page 4

Family trust

launches

fundraiser

after

$30,000

burglary

• By Bea Gooding

A FAMILY trust has launched a

fundraiser in a bid to fill a $30,000

financial hole left by a burglar

who stole dozens of youth camp

equipment items.

Kiwi Family Trust staff

members arrived at the

Phillipstown premises to find

items strewn all over the car

park, with doors to the storage

container and trailers hanging

wide open.

THey soon realised that most

of the camp equipment used

for youth trips had been stolen,

including three kayaks, 15 fishing

rods, a brand new fridge and

freezer, a barbecue and tents.

Although the trust was insured,

there was still an excess to pay.

To cover the shortfall, the trust

has set up a Givealittle page to

purchase new equipment in time

for warmer weather activities in

October.

A police spokeswoman said a

54-year-old man was arrested and

is due to appear in the district

court on August 17, facing a

charge of burglary.

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JP Clinics

Thursday, 10.30am-1.30pm, at

Spreydon, Tuesday, 10am-1pm, at

Halswell, Linwood and South

Halswell, Linwood, South and

Spreydon libraries

A justice of the peace will be available

to members of the community

to witness signatures and documents,

certify document copies, hear oaths,

declarations, affidavits or affirmations

as well as sign citizenship, sponsorship

or rates rebates applications.

This service is free.

Mah-Jong

Thursday, 1-3.30pm

60 Vincent Pl, Opawa

If you are interested in playing

Mah-Jong, go along whether you are

a beginner or an advanced player.

Also at Halswell Hub, cnr Sparks

and Halswell Rds, Wednesday, 12.30-

2.30pm. Phone Noel at 322 8636.

A variety of stalls will be available,

including fresh produce, jams and

preserves, and recycled clothing,

books and tools. Every Sunday, with

all proceeds supporting the local

community. For site inquiries, phone

Vance at 022 382 0086.

Creative Writing on Sundays

Sunday, 1.30-3.30pm

Linwood Library

Writing group leader Jennifer will

work with group members to craft,

create and develop their own stories.

Take some pens or pencils, paper, or a

laptop. This class is free.

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Shed Stash Swap, Sunday, 11am-3pm, South Library. Sort out your shed

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Must be clean. No timber, large or dangerous items, and old paint. ​

variety of music from movies, TV

shows, hit records and more. Reading

music is an advantage but not essential.

All welcome, especially tenors

and basses. Phone Jill at 388 3235 for

more information.

Tai Chi: Meditation in Motion

Tuesday and Friday, 7-8.30pm

St Anne’s School hall, 739 Ferry Rd

Tai Chi is a low impact mind

and body exercise known for its

many physical and mental health

benefits. First class is free. Phone

Frances on 027 698 0057 for more

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Technology Help Drop-In

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Thursday, 2-3pm at South,

Tuesday, 10.30-11.30am, at

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Halswell, South and Spreydon libraries

Need help using your computer,

smartphone, or tablet? Take your

device to the drop-in sessions for help

with general computer and internet

queries. Free, no bookings required.

Rotary Market

Sunday, 8.30am-12.30pm

Woolston Club, 43 Hargood St

Scrabble

Monday, 2-4pm

Old Stone House, Shalamar Drive,

Cracroft

Go along for a game with a friendly

and social group. If you do not know

how to play, they will teach you. $2.

Phone Anne at 338 7366 for inquiries.

Risingholme Singers Choir

Monday, 7.30-9.30pm

Risingholme Theatre, 99 Hawford Rd,

Opawa

If you love singing, go along and

join the friendly choir. They sing a

Virtual Reality Experience

Wednesday, 2.30-4.30pm

Te Hāpua: Halswell Centre

Go along if you would like to

explore a whole new world in

immersive 3D through a virtual

reality device. Suitable for ages 13

and older. Bookings may be required

on the day. Phone 941 7923 to

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Pool scheduled to open early

LINWOOD’S NEW pool

complex Te Pou Toetoe will

open ahead of schedule, with

construction set to finish ahead

of time and within budget.

October 1 has been earmarked

for opening the much-anticipated

$22 million facility to the

public.

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the project team has delivered

the facility ahead of the original

target opening, and within

budget.

“In preparation for the opening,

we’re currently recruiting

and training the team who’ll be

working there.

“A great community facility is

more than just a building – it’s

the team, how they provide for

the needs of the community and

make it an enjoyable place to

visit.”

Linwood Ward city councillor

Yani Megan

Johanson has welcomed the

opening date announcement.

“It is great to see the muchanticipated

facility coming

close to completion. It is a true

testament to the hard work

of so many people who have

advocated for this pool over the

past 20 years to see it become a

reality,” he said.

“I am sure it will make a

positive splash in the local

community as people have

been looking forward to it

being open.

“I also want to acknowledge

the stellar work of the project

team – despite the Covid-19

challenges it has remained on

budget and ahead of time.”

The facility on the corner

of Smith St and Linwood Ave

will have a multi-use 25m lane

pool, a deep water splash pool, a

family spa pool, a learn-to-swim

pool, and a pool and water deck

for toddlers.

There will also be a kitchen

and two community rooms,

while outside there will be picnic

tables, tennis, basketball and

multi-use courts, cycle stands,

parking and plenty of open

areas.

A formal opening with guests

will take place on the afternoon

of October 1, with opening

activities planned across

the weekend.

In Brief

INTERSECTION

IMPROVEMENTS

Construction will start on Monday

to improve the Beckenham St,

Fisher Ave and Norwood St intersection

as part of the Innovating

Streets for People – Pilot Fund.

Work includes installing temporary

build-out areas, pedestrian

crossing point improvements and

line marking. It is expected to

finish in two weeks.

LANE CLOSURE

A one-way system is now in

place on Cashmere Rd, between

Mavin Rd and Shalamar Drive.

The north-bound lane will be

closed for the next six weeks to

make space for workers and heavy

machinery to reconstruct the

road. It is part of work to upgrade

the Cashmere, Hoon Hay and

Worsleys Rds intersection, which

includes installing traffic signals.

CIVIC AWARD

NOMINATIONS

Nominations for the Christchurch

Civic Awards are now open. The

awards recognise the service of

volunteers and groups who go

above and beyond the civic call

of duty, making a special impact

on their communities. To make

a submission by August 31, visit

the city council’s website at:

https://ccc.govt.nz/culture-andcommunity/community-awards/

civicawards/

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First purpose-built centre with trained

• From page 1

A bookworm at heart, Barsby

has witnessed the library scene

reinvent itself in the past 20 years

to keep up with the community’s

ever-changing demands.

But even as society furthers

into the digital era, she had no

concerns that people would

turn their backs on a good story,

especially now with advances like

e-books and Kindles.

“Technology is the biggest

change, a lot more people have

their own devices,” she said.

“The earthquakes changed the

demographic of this area quite a

lot. There used to be mainly older

adults or young families, but

people moved from town out to

the suburbs.”

Spreydon Library was the first

purpose-built centre in the city

to be staffed by the city council

with trained librarians. Most

libraries at the time were run by

volunteers.

It first opened in 1929 from

the remodelled Borough Council

Chambers at the current

Barrington St site as a volunteerled

community library.

It continued operating that

way until the city council started

a new network of suburban

public libraries following a boom

in book stocks, starting with

Spreydon from 1971.

The rebuild cost $52,061, with

the library initially housing

17,000 books.

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SOIL AND

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DUMPING

THROUGH THE DECADES: Spreydon Library in the 1940s

(left) and 1950s and how it looks today in Barrington St.

libraries across the city.

All of this would not be

possible without the passion

and efforts of librarian Ernest

Bell, who campaigned to make

libraries public and to improve

reading in the community more

than 70 years ago.

“If every library was its

own little community run by

themselves, they wouldn’t have

the resources or funding,” said

Barsby.

“Now we have a huge

collection that floats between all

libraries.”

For library assistant Joanne

Rowe, the Spreydon facility is

more than just a library - it is a

place of refuge.

Over time the library has

developed a strong bond with

the community through daily

activities, and events such as

technology help groups, musical

performances, book clubs, or JP

services.

But Rowe said being

sandwiched between Hillmorton

Hospital and Salvation Army

addiction services created some

unique challenges.

As a warm and dry place to go,

the library also attracted the odd

homeless person.

“Sometimes they’ll spend the

whole day there because they just

want to be amongst people to

talk,” she said.

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librarians

(Below) – Barbara Moorhouse cuts a cake to mark

Spreydon Library’s 25th anniversary in 1996.

“Some people come in

intoxicated, in broad daylight.

“Some people are going through

mental health issues; they could

be having a bad day but they

happen to be in the library that

day, so you do what you can to

help.”

The library has been through

some trials and tribulations itself.

It was threatened with closure

when South Library was being

built until the city council did a

U-turn.

Because Spreydon Library was

already a huge part of residents’

lives, they rallied together and

produced a 3500 signature

petition against the proposal.

Having worked in a

number of libraries prior to

Spreydon, including central

city, New Brighton and Sumner,

Barsby was glad their efforts paid

off.

As a passionate reader,

especially in the fantasy genre,

it meant she could continue

working in a place she loved and

be surrounded by thousands of

book titles every day.

•Spreydon Library is

marking the occasion with

a free social morning tea to

share stories next Tuesday

from 10.30am to 12.30pm.

Spreydon

Library team

in 1991,

including

Lyndsey

Knight (left),

Jenni Skelton,

Christine

Annan,

Barbara

Moorhouse,

and Hilary

Renfree

(back).

School pupils visit the library in 1995 to keep up with the

latest technology.

A busy day at the Spreydon Library issues desk in 1988.

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Damaged bins

top ticket list

DAMAGED BINS, missed

wheelie bin collections and

littering are among the top issues

currently plaguing the Spreydon-

Cashmere Community Board

area.

A ticket report has revealed

a breakdown of issues reported

to the city council by residents

between May 22 and June 20.

During that time, 1163 tickets,

or jobs, were completed in an

average of 2.9 days.

Incidents fell into a range of

categories, including transport,

wheelie bins, animal management

and three waters council

assets.

Damaged bins came out on top

with 108 tickets, with residential

property files and missed bin

collections placing second and

third with 103 and 99 tickets

respectively.

Fifty-nine per cent (717) of

residents chose to report concerns

by phone, email or walk-in, while

41 per cent (497) did so online

through Snap Send Solve and

Hybris Online.

But by the conclusion of the report

last month, 281 tickets were

still open, or uncompleted.

The ticket report was included

in discussions at this week’s

community board meeting.

Number of tickets (issues)

reported in the Spreydon-Cashmere

Community Board area

between May 22 and June 20:

1. Damaged bin: 108

2. Residential property files: 103

3. Bin not collected: 99

4. Leak (water supply): 87

5. Litter (road): 72

6. Flooding (road): 50

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Locks removed

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• From page 1

“It’s pretty bad, the

children are not happy about

it and are shocked someone

would do that, let alone to a

trust,” chief executive Nelson

Soper said.

“Some of those things have

a personal effect on some of

the kids we take on camp on a

regular basis, so you can’t replace

them.

“It’s like [if] someone bought

you a special hand-stitched hat

that can’t be replaced.”

Bolt cutters and a drill were

used to remove locks.

THermals, socks, a make-up

kit used by children and sleeping

bags were also stolen.

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Accessible homes near completion

• By Bea Gooding

Arnah

Trelease

TWO NEW purpose-built

homes are about to welcome

12 residents with intellectual

disabilities as a result of growing

demand.

The finishing touches to

Hōhepa Canterbury’s $2.2

million project at its Barrington

St campus are under way,

earmarked for completion in

nine weeks’ time.

But the fundraising campaign

is not over yet – the trust still

needs another $250,000 to

achieve the project mortgage-free.

General

manager Arnah

Trelease said the

accessible homes

will provide

disabled people

with more independence

while

having access to

important wellbeing

services.

“The houses have been

purpose-built with disabled people

in mind. No matter whether

someone has a physical disability

or not, they can live comfortably

in these homes,” she said.

“We were thoughtful about

the design in that it’s really light,

bright and spacious, and people

can live in a way where they

feel free and connected to the

landscape outside.”

Hōhepa provides residential,

vocational, therapy and community

participation services to

empower disabled people with

the skills to live independently.

About 140 people are supported

in homes across the city

– either at Hōhepa’s Somerfield

or Halswell campuses or at 14

homes situated within the wider

community.

With 60 people on the wait

list, the trust’s services are in

constant demand.

“It’s important to have purpose-built

homes because there’s

a lack of accessible housing in

New Zealand,” said Trelease.

The Sutherland and Lamar

houses were both named after

trusts that made matching

$500,000 donations to the project

and contributed significantly

to Hōhepa’s activities.

Each four-bedroom dwelling

will have a self-contained, twobedroom

flat adjoining it, and

is intended to be a permanent

home for residents who move in.

They include features not commonly

found in regular flats and

homes, including wider doorways

and hallways, having no

stairs to navigate, and spacious

and accessible bathrooms.

The simple layout is designed

to assist with way-finding and

open plan living areas will support

communal activities.

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BUILT:

An artist’s

impression

of the new

homes for

people

living with

intellectual

disabilities.

Support staff will also be living

on-site on a permanent basis.

Trelease said having the homes

so close to the campus allows

residents to readily participate

in activities such as cycle safety,

craft or walking groups.

“They can walk from their

home to access these programmes,

but they can also walk

next door to visit friends or catch

the bus to the mall,” she said.

“We want people to be as independent

as possible and to feel

like they’ve got somewhere safe

to come back to.”

Trelease and her team now

have the tough decision of

choosing who will occupy

the homes.

Playground

equipment

awaits approval

• By Samantha Mythen

THE Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board

will today discuss approving new

playground equipment for Te

Papa Kura Redcliffs.

The playground equipment will

include a swing set donated by

Ruth and Jeremy Markham-Short.

They are hoping to donate the

swing set in memory of their

23-month-old son Reuben who

died in late 2020.

The parents spoke to the board

about the idea earlier in the year,

sharing their personal story of

loss.

During the meeting, board

chairwoman Alexandra Davids

said: “Everyone is very supportive

of this effort and it will absolutely

go ahead.”

Reuben contracted meningococcal

disease. He loved playing

on the swings.

The parents would like to see

the swing set at the park as it is

near where Reuben went to preschool.

Alongside the swing set, there

will be a small slide, nature play,

including boulders and stepping

posts, and safety surfacing.

The city council, in a report

to the community board, is

recommending that it approves

the plan.

Turn everyday

essentials into

SuperGold

Kids

Come and watch a FREE movie at Eastgate’s

Pop Up mini theatre these holidays.

Get comfy and lounge around on cushions or our inflatable chairs

Find all the ways you could

stretch your money further.

Visit www.supergold.govt.nz or download

and check the SuperGoldNZ app.

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Monday Aladdin Scoob

19 July PG 128 minutes PG 136 minutes

Tuesday Scoob Aladdin

20 July PG 136 minutes PG 128 minutes

Wednesday How to Train Your Dragon The Croods

21 July The Hidden World A New Age

104 minutes PG 96 minutes

Thursday The Croods How To Train Your Dragon Spies In Disguise

22 July A New Age The Hidden World PG 102 minutes

PG 96 minutes

104 minutes

Friday Ferdinand Toy Story 4

23 July G 108 minutes G 100 minutes

Saturday Toy Story 4 Ferdinand

24 July G 100 minutes G 108 minutes

Sunday Shaun The Sheep Shaun The Sheep

25 July Farmageddon Farmageddon

G 87 minutes

G 87 minutes

Free small drink and snack.

Parents grab a coffee and join the kids for some relaxing holiday fun!

Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult or older sibling.

Seats limited to 30 per session.

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SOUTHERN VIEW

Sleeping on hospital floor could

soon be a thing of the past

THE SUPPORT people

of mothers giving birth at

Christchurch Women’s Hospital

often resort to sleeping on the

floor if staying overnight.

It is why the Māia Health

Foundation aims to raise

$44,000 to buy 20 specialist

chairs, providing a comfortable

place for them to stay alongside a

new mother and baby.

Currently, a support person

can stay at the hospital but their

choices of where to sleep are

limited.

They are provided with either

an uncomfortable chair or a

vinyl mattress on the floor.

“That’s not an ideal solution

and it’s not very welcoming,”

said Norma Campbell, director

of midwifery for the Canterbury

and West Coast District Health

Board.

Each year more than 5500

women give birth at the

women’s hospital. It is the South

Island’s largest secondary/

tertiary hospital and the

hub for the Fetal Maternal

Medicine Service.

UNCOMFORTABLE: Canterbury and West Coast District Health board director of midwifery

Norma Campbell with the current sleeping arrangements for support people.

The specialised chairs the

foundation is fundraising for

are designed for hospital

environments.

During the day they can be

used as a sofa chair for visitors

or a breastfeeding chair for the

mother, and in the evening they

convert into a lie-flat bed.

“The staff at Christchurch

Women’s Hospital go above and

beyond every day to care for our

community’s newest families.

It’s time we cared for them and

gave our new mums, babies and

families all the support we can

in those first few days together,”

said foundation chief executive

Michael Flatman.

Campbell said demand for their

services was “incredibly high.”

The maternity ward on

level five has 45 beds and is 80

to 90 per cent full most of the

time.

“At many times we have been

over capacity as there are increasing

numbers of women and

babies with complex needs or

who are impacted by underlying

health conditions,” Campbell

said.

“These women need our

support and they need their

own support – and it may seem

simple, but these chairs will help

provide that.”

•Individuals or businesses

can support the campaign

by donating at

www.maiahealth.org.nz/

projects/key-projects/

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The importance

of air quality

HOME & HEATING

Keep cosy with

RD Petroleum

this winter

SOUTHERN VIEW

Pesto-stuffed lamb roast. Try the whisky or mulled wine marinade

instead of your usual gravy. (Below) – Roast venison.

Jazz up your winter roast

with a tasty marinade

It’s certainly the

weather for hot

roasts, try spicing

them up a bit

with ingredients

you are likely to

have at home

Pesto-stuffed lamb

roast with garlic

Serves 4

Ingredients

⅓ cup pesto

⅓ cup ground almonds

2 tbsp fresh oregano

salt and ground pepper

750gm lamb roast

2 cloves garlic

Directions

Heat oven to 200 deg C.

To make the stuffing, place

pesto, ground almonds and

chopped fresh oregano in a

bowl. Season with salt and

pepper to taste and mix to

combine.

Trim any fat or sinew

from the lamb. Season on

both sides with salt and

pepper and lay out flat on

a board, skin-side down.

Spread stuffing over the

lamb and roll it up to contain

filling. Tie pieces with

string to secure it.

Heat an ovenproof

pan, add two tablespoons

oil and sear lamb for

5min, turning to brown all

over.

Add two heads of garlic,

cut in half to the pan and

place in the oven to roast

for 25min for mediumrare,

or longer depending

on your liking towards

pink meat.

Whisky marinade for

roast meat

Serves 3-4

Ingredients

¼ cup whisky

2 tbsp prepared mustard

3-4 tbsp olive oil

400gm beef fillet (or

lamb)

freshly ground black

pepper

1 cup beef stock

1 tbsp thyme leaves

Directions

Whisk whisky, mustard

and 3 tbsp of olive oil

until well combined. Place

beef in a plastic bag. Add

marinade. Refrigerate

for 1 hour. Return to

room temperature before

cooking.

Preheat grill on high.

Remove meat from

marinade and pat dry.

Brush with remaining oil.

Season with black pepper.

Grill for about 8min each

side. To test if done, press

thickest part of meat with

your fingertip. The softer it

is the rarer it is; the firmer

it is, the more cooked. Tent

with foil and cover with a

thick towel. Rest for 10min

before slicing.

Bring marinade, stock

and thyme to the boil.

Simmer for 10min. Serve

with the meat.

Mulled wine venison

roast

Serves 3-4

Ingredients

Marinade

½ cup mulled wine

1tsp cinnamon

6 whole cloves

1 tbsp honey

Small strip orange peel

1 tbsp olive oil

Roast

400gm venison roast

Freshly ground black pepper

to taste

2 tbsp olive oil

Sauce

1 cup (250ml) meat glaze

or good beef stock

Directions

To make the marinade,

combine wine, spice,

honey and orange peel in a

saucepan. Slowly bring to

the boil. Simmer for 1min,

then cool. When cold, add

olive oil.

Place venison in a plastic

bag. Pour marinade over.

Move meat around so it is

well coated. Refrigerate for

at least 60min or up to 8

hours.

Return to room

temperature before cooking.

Preheat oven to 200

deg C.

Remove meat from

marinade and pat dry.

Reserve marinade for the

sauce. Season.

Heat olive oil in a pan.

Sear venison until lightly

browned on all sides.

Place in a small roasting

pan in the oven. Roast for

20-25 minutes for medium

rare.

Remove from oven and

tent with foil. Cover with

a thick towel and stand for

10 minutes.

Meanwhile, strain

marinade and bring to the

boil. Add meat glaze or

stock and simmer for 1-2

minutes. Serve with the

venison.

Great accompanied by

baby red jacket potatoes,

plus 4cm cubes of pumpkin

and large broccoli

florets, roasted with the

venison.

RD Petroleum (RDP) is a familiar sight

for farm and rural residents around the

Canterbury region, however now days urban

residents also enjoy the same excellent

customer service for which RDP is known for

in rural communities, through their home

heating diesel.

RDP began its home heating diesel delivery

service to the lower South Island’s main urban

centres of Christchurch, Timaru, Dunedin

and Invercargill a number of years ago.

Customer demand has continued to increase

year upon year, and RDP has responded

with specialised improvements to its delivery

equipment.

The trucks that deliver RDP’s home heating

diesel in each urban centre are drawn from

the company’s extensive vehicle fleet. This

means they have the latest communication

and GPS tracking technology on board, so

the operations team always know where they

are and how far away they are from their next

delivery stop.

RDP’s home heating diesel trucks come

equipped with a specially-designed hose,

through which the diesel is pumped from

the truck into house tanks. The length of

the hose allows the trucks to access tanks

without having to enter the property, avoiding

damaging the driveway. RDP is the place to

go if you require diesel conveniently delivered

to your home and as a loyal RDP customer

you’re offered discounted pricing and can

become eligible for value-added benefits.

For all enquiries please phone

0800 44 00 14, or visit the RDP website at

https://www.rdp.co.nz/home-heating or

signup at apply.rdp.co.nz/home-heating


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Thursday July 15 2021 11

HOME & HEATING

Get the balance

right this winter

Enviro Master has been helping

Cantabrians get the balance right when it

comes to choosing the perfect heat pump or

air conditioning system for their home or

office since 2002.

Their team of expert sales people, qualified

electricians, heating and refrigeration

engineers, help to supply and install

Christchurch’s widest range of heat pumps,

and because they have no affiliation with any

one brand, you can be assured their advice

on the benefits and differences between each

product is unbiased.

They will recommend the most energyefficient

and cost-effective system for your

individual situation, and will have you

regulating the heat in your home or office in

no time.

Nowadays, customers are often wanting

whole home solutions to be able to maintain

even temperatures throughout the home both

in Winter and Summer. This can be achieved

by using ducted systems or multi systems

and Enviro Master are experts in designing,

installing and commissioning these systems.

Help is currently available with a

government subsidy covering 80 per cent of

the cost of a new heat pump up to $3000.

The subsidy is part of the Warmer Kiwi

Homes initiative and is available to Home

owner/occupiers with a Community Services

Card, a SuperGold combo card or who live in

a low-income area as determined by deciles

8-10 on the New Zealand Deprivation Index.

The applicant’s home must also have been

built before 2008, have insulation up to code

(insulation subsidies also available) and have

no fixed heating in a living area, such as an

existing operational heat pump or fireplace.

With new regulations now in place for

Landlords to provide heating in rentals, it’s

time to ensure you are meeting the new

standards.

Inadequate heating and ventilation can

lead to mould growth and dampness in your

property, leading to costlier maintenance

and an unhealthy living environment.

Providing a fixed heater with a higher heat

output and lower running costs, like a heat

pump, will enable your tenants to heat the

area effectively. Enviro Master are well

experienced with the Tenancy Services

software to ensure that you are meeting your

requirements.

To ensure you choose the right system

for your home or business, one of Enviro

Master’s experts will visit to assess your

individual situation, offer advice and

answer any questions you may have. This

consultation is at no cost to the customer

and is always provided before a heat pump is

installed.

Anyone wondering about their eligibility

for a subsidised heat pump are welcome to

get in touch for details and help with the

application process. To find out more, call

Enviro Master on (03) 366 0525 or visit

their website www.enviromaster.co.nz

The importance

of air quality

The quality of the air we breathe affects

our health and ability to perform. We

breathe in and out approximately 20,000

litres of air every day. It is therefore very

important to ensure good air quality

indoors through adequate ventilation.

Ventilation is the process of air exchange

to provide the necessary air quality that

meets the needs of the occupants for clean,

fresh air. Low oxygen with high carbon

dioxide causes stuffiness in the room

and occupants can feel drowsy. Invisible

harmful substances like a high content

of dust and tobacco smoke are harmful

and can cause various diseases. Even bad

smells can cause discomfort or irritate the

nervous system.

In summer, it’s easy to open windows

for cross ventilation, however as winter

approaches, we start to shut up out houses

to trap in the heat and as a result, air

quality can decline.

Ventilation includes

both the exchange of air

to the outside as well as

circulation of air within

the building. It is one of

the most important factors

for maintaining acceptable

indoor air quality in

buildings. Filtered air

supply for summer and

filtered and warmed air in

winter creates a healthy

environment in which

to live and work. In cases with poor

or insufficient air intake from outside,

the oxygen content decreases, humidity

and dustiness levels increase. If exhaust

ventilation is not provided or it is not

effective, polluted air, smells, humidity

and harmful substances are not removed.

To ensure the quality of your air, contact

the experts. Smooth-Air Products can

calculate the required air exchange for

your building requirement. Smooth-Air

offers a wide range of ventilation

equipment, from air vents to ducting

for fans, for both the commercial and

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They have an extensive range of fans

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continuing education

SOUTHERN VIEW

Spreading

kindness

through craft

Crafting For a Cause is a group of

crafters meeting weekly at WEA to

create things people need. These clever

crafters knit, crochet, sew, and repurpose

materials generously donated to WEA

Canterbury. Creating social capital,

this group are helping reduce stash

cupboards and keep materials from

going into landfill, while sharing skills

and ideas.

Polar fleece has been turned into

kitten blankets for the SPCA and over

50 children’s beanies and mittens for

It Takes a Village, who told them “The

mittens have been a life saver for our

families”. Wool yarn has been knitted

up as hats, scarves and baby blankets;

handmade paper has been turned into

Thank You cards; cotton yarn knitted

and crocheted into dishcloths, facecloths

and cat toys; curtains recycled into tote

bags and net curtains into vege bags and

laundry bags and sold as a fundraiser to

members of the WEA.

To find out more or join the group,

visit www.cwea.org.nz or drop into

the WEA office at 59 Gloucester Street

between 9:30 am and 3:00 pm Monday

to Friday.

Papanui High School

Term 3, 2021 nightclasses

Whether you are wanting to learn something

new to improve your fitness, to challenge

yourself, for relaxation, or to master a new

skill Papanui High School offers plenty of

choices for everyone in their

Term 3 Adult Education Programme. Our

Term 3 classes begin week of 2 August and

we do have some weekend workshops on

offer as well. We have a wide range of classes

available from cooking, crafts, languages,

and fitness through to photography,

astronomy and cheese making. We are

confident regardless of your age, or interest,

you will find a course that will give you the

opportunity to extend your personal skills

and knowledge and meet some new people

in an enjoyable friendly environment. Our

tutors are well-qualified in their chosen field

and wanting to help make your learning

experience rewarding.

One of our new courses on offer for

Term 3 is an Introduction to Aromatherapy

taught by Rebecca Dollery. This course

will guide students through some of the

best known, most researched and effective

essential oils looking at their actions and

best mode of use. The course will be a

mixture of hands on practical preparations

with guided learning covering the basics of

what essential oils are, the safety precautions,

how to purchase, store and use oils to gain

maximum effect.

For further information and enrolment

in any of our Term 3 classes please visit our

website https://www.papanui.school.nz/

com-ed/categories or email Barbara Roper

rpb@papanui.school.nz or telephone our

office on 033520701.


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Thursday July 15 2021 13

continuing education

Risingholme’s Adult and

Community Education

Courses for Term 3, 2021

now is the perfect time to learn something new, christchurch!

ever fancied learning to sew, play the guitar or learn a new

language? Whatever your interest and whatever your adult age,

learning something new is not only fun, it can also be good for you.

With Risingholme having over 80 courses on

offer, at four different locations across Ōtautahi

there is something that will spark your interest, for

sure!

We are expanding our programme by offering

some new and exciting courses from Term 3

onwards. New topics offered are in the health and

wellbeing space, sculpture, arts, Hispanic cuisine,

compassion communication, financial wellbeing

and memory keeping techniques. We have other

courses in the pipeline too, so keep an eye on our

website.

Visit our website www.risingholme.org.nz to see

our full range of courses, locations and enrolment

info. If you have any questions, please email us at

info@risingholme.org.nz or feel free to phone us for

a chat 03 332 7359.

Course brochures are available on our website,

at the Risingholme office and the CCC public

libraries. We look forward to meeting you.

Spaces are

limited in some

courses, so enrol

now to secure your

place and avoid

disappointment!

Adult and Community Education Term 3, 2021

Come learn with us

Risingholme Community Centre offers

a wide range of short courses, each

term, at a range of venues.

Risingholme Community Centre

Art (Creative Art, Mixed Media, Painting with Acrylics, Drawing &

Sketching), Fabric & Craft Skills, Guitar, Pottery, Sewing Skills, Upholstery,

Sewing Retreat, Yoga, Wood Sculpture, Woodwork, Woodwork for Women,

Zentangle, Fermented Foods, Te Reo Maori, Patchwork and Quilting, NZ

Sign Language, Reiki, Junk Journal (Memory Keeping), Picture Framing,

Pattern Drafting, Getting Yourself Out There, Compassion Communication,

Mastering Wealth & Abundance Seminar, Printmaking, Visual Merchandising.

Christchurch Girls’ High School

Te Reo Maori, Drawing & Sketching, German Language, Painting with

Acrylics, Spanish & Go, NZ Sign Language, Pattern Drafting,

Watercolour Introduction.

Hornby High School

Sewing for Beginners, Te Reo Maori, NZ Sign Language, Hispanic Cuisine.

Riccarton High School

Calligraphy, Indian Cuisine Beginners, Italian Language, NZ Sign Language,

Russian Language, Te Reo Maori, Photography, Simple Healthy Meals on

a Budget, Sewing Skills, ESOL - English for Migrants & Second Language

Speakers, Tastes from Around the World, Found Object Sculpture.

Full details available on www.risingholme.org.nz

Risingholme office at 22 Cholmondeley Ave, Opawa, Chch

Phone 03 332 7359 | Email info@risingholme.org.nz

www.risingholme.org.nz


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