Southern View: October 14, 2021

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Where

are the

park bins?

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Quilters’ work

on show at

exhibition

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Couple want road safety

concerns addressed

• By John Cosgrove

DAVID KILLICK and

Alexandra McDonough-Killick

are on a mission to make the

streets of Hoon Hay safer for

pedestrians and motorists.

Their concerns​ about traffic

safety in Hoon Hay have led

them to compiling a comprehensive

inventory of sites

around their neighbourhood

they feel need work done on

them to improve traffic flows

and enhance pedestrian safety.

The couple have voiced their

concerns a number of times to

the Spreydon-Cashmere Community

Board citing the rapid

expansion of housing subdivisions

and commercial properties

in the south-west of the city,

an area already established as

having more homes under construction

than in any other part

of the city.

Killick said he has become

concerned in recent years about

the increase in traffic flows

to these many new housing

subdivisions along Sparks Rd,

Cashmere Rd and neighbouring

streets has increased

substantially and so have the

crashes.

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Underground Overground Archaeology

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Old Stone House open day:

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Saturday, 10am - 3.30pm

Old Stone House, 30 Shalamar Drive,

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Visit the Old Stone House and soak

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heritage building, originally built for

Sir John Cracroft Wilson’s Indian

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Christchurch Photo Hunt at

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All of October

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Highlights from the annual

Christchurch Photo Hunt digital exhibition

can be viewed in the City Libraries

mobile discovery wall. View

images from 2008 through to 2020

gathered from across the community,

Spokes Tuesday Transport Seminar #3, Tuesday, 5-7.30 pm, XCHC

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Call for more smart bins in parks

• By John Cosgrove

THE DECISION to remove

regular rubbish bins from

city parks and replace them

with expensive smart bins

continues to frustrate the Hoon

Hay Community Association

members.

Chairwoman Jenny Goodman

and association member Kaitlyn

White took their concerns to the

Spreydon-Cashmere Community

Board and felt they made a

strong case for the city council

to consider putting in another

pair of bins inside the 9ha Hoon

Hay Park and 7ha Spreydon

Domain.

“They were very receptive and

now they need more feedback

from council staff,” Goodman

said.

“They took away all the

rubbish bins and replaced them

with only one smart bin in each

park, for large parks like ours

that is not enough,” she said.

“The first we knew of the

council’s decision back in June

to pull out all but one of the

rubbish bins was when residents

started telling us about rubbish

piling up around the parks.

“Without any signage to show

people where they are, those

using the park cannot find them,

leaving them no choice but to

either take their rubbish home

with them or dump it nearby.”

She added that the overflow

of rubbish was then left to be

blown around the Spreydon

Park, shredded by the mowers,

and blown or thrown into the

nearby Heathcote River.

Committee member Daniel

Hay said as recent as last week

he had to unblock obstructions

in the river caused by rubbish

ending up there.

“The bin they put in Hoon

Hay Park is located in the southwestern

corner by the basketball

court, away from the sports

fields and playground, It has no

signage pointing to its location,”

he said.

Goodman was confused when

she saw what she thought was

the new rubbish bin in Hoon

Hay Park when it fact it wasn’t

one. It was instead a nondescript

black box next to the barbecue

pit.

“People wouldn’t even know

what this black box here was if

they walked past it.

“The bin’s distance from the

main park areas means older

residents or families won’t walk

WHERE OH

WHERE? Hoon

Hay Community

Association

chairwoman

Jenny Goodman

looks for the bins

removed from

Hoon Hay Park

earlier this year

and replaced by

just one smart

bin resulting

in increased

levels of rubbish

being reported.

PHOTO: JOHN

COSGROVE ​

across the entire park just to

deposit rubbish.”

The city council advised in

June that more than 200 parks

would be left without rubbish

bins when they removed 840 of

them across the city.

About 100 “smart” bins were

installed, but 211 “low-use”

neighbourhood parks had

their bins taken away and not

returned.

The city council spent

$830,000 on installing the new

smart bins, but it expects to save

$300,000 each year.

In Brief

FUNDING APPLICATIONS

The Spreydon-Cashmere Community

Board gave priority to

neighbourhood-based gatherings

at their recent round of Summer

With Your Neighbours funding

after receiving 49 applications. To

meet the high demand, additional

funds were transferred from the

board’s 2021-22 discretionary

response fund to allow residents’

associations, sports and community

groups to also take part in

the project.

STORIES WANTED

Creative Junk will be celebrating

40 years in the community during

November and they are seeking

all the stories and history from

people who have been involved

with them over the past four

decades. One of its anniversary

activities will be a ‘treasure to

trash wearable fashion show’ held

on November 7. If you have some

memories or photos email info@

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ELDERNET RELOCATES

The Eldernet Group with its 18

staff will soon take over the former

Ara Institute of Canterbury building

on the corner of Shaw Ave and

Hawke St in New Brighton. The

nationwide organisation has deep

roots in the area, having called its

base in nearby Keyes Rd home

since it was founded almost 25

years ago.

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Document sent to community board

• From page 1

“Crossing many of these

roads has become increasingly

dangerous. We have seen a number

of accidents and we strongly

urge community representatives

and authorities to take action to

minimise the risk for all road

users,” he said in his report to the

community board.

The couple said their main areas

of concern were:

1. Crossing point on Sparks Rd

opposite Centennial Park.

There is a pedestrian island

here and it’s frequently used by

pedestrians, including school

children, dog walkers, people

with pushchairs, and cyclists.

Warning signs on the approach to

this crossing were removed some

years ago and not replaced. Traffic

zooms along without slowing

down. The new cycle crossing

point, controlled by lights, about

50m west, is much safer. Warning

signs near the pedestrian island

would be helpful. As this is a

crossing to

a school, should traffic be allowed

to travel at 50km/h-plus here?

2. Turning into Waimokihi Pl

from Sparks Rd. Engineers assured

us there would be a turning lane

but there isn’t, only cross-hatching,

which is too narrow and risks

turning cars being shunted by fastmoving

traffic heading west. It is

safer to hold up the traffic and wait

for a gap in the traffic to turn right.

Warning signs would help.

3. Intersection of Sparks Rd and

Lyttelton St. Traffic is often so busy

that it is only possible to turn right

(from each road) on the red light.

Often, cars continue straight ahead

on amber or red, making this

manoeuvre even more dangerous.

There have been a number of

accidents here. The best solution

would be right-hand turning lanes

and arrows.

4. Intersection of Sparks and

Hoon Hay Rds. As above.

5. Lack of pedestrian crossing on

corner of Hoon Hay Rd and Rose

St near Good Life Dairy. This is a

very popular dairy. Pedestrians,

including children, often walk out

into the traffic. This is incredibly

dangerous. A crossing is needed

here urgently.

SAFETY CONCERNS:

Alexandra

McDonough-Killick

and David Killick at

the Sparks Rd crossing

near Waimokihi Pl.

(Below) – Heavy traffic

at the the intersection

of Rose St and Hoon

Hay Rd.

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SLOAN

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Quilters’ work on show at exhibition

• By Fiona Ellis

THE COVID-19 pandemic has

caused a surge of people reaching

for a sewing machine to try their

hand at the craft of quilt-making.

Christchurch Quilters president

Maria Rohs said the club’s

biennial exhibition this week has

more than 200 entries.

“We used to struggle to get

100,” Rohs said.

“We’ve got a lot more quilts in

the show than we usually do because

people have had two lockdowns,

this year and last year, so

everyone’s had more time.

“People are keener on getting

back into traditional things.”

The exhibition will run in the

Papanui High School hall until

Sunday. This year the theme is

“vivid.”

A wide range of styles from

traditional to modern would be

on show, with three non-members

selecting prize-winners.

Roh is among the exhibitors,

although she had been to busy

organising the event to enter any

major works.

However, her handiwork

earned her a national award in

the Aotearoa Quilters’ Great

New Zealand Quilt Show earlier

this year.

She was thrilled when her

piece, Night View at Sunset, won

the small quilt section.

The piece was inspired by

the view from her Huntsbury

home, and she captured the

intense light by using metallic

thread.

In over three decades of the

craft, she had only ever made one

quilt for herself, she said.

“I’ve only ever had one of my

own, when I had my 60th birthday

I got some floral fabric and

got everyone to make a block

each.’’

Several sewing machines

were set up as around 50 people

pitched in with their contributions,

and each person also

signed their fabric.

This favourite quilt of the

many she had made, and received

a lot of use, she said.

She first discovered quilting 35

years ago after hearing that her

local church ran craft sessions,

charging just $1 to cover cups of

tea.

A keen sewer since her school

days, her curiosity was aroused.

“I’d heard about it and I

thought: ‘That sounds interesting,

I’ll go along and try it’.”

Three years later, she became

one of the earliest members of

the Christchurch Quilters.

Scraps of old, handmade

clothes, as well as specially

bought fabric, were used to

make her first piece, a “pretty

SEW

CREATIVE:

Christchurch

Quilters

president

Maria Rohs

with her ‘vivid’

themed quilt,

one of more

than 200 on

show at an

exhibition in

Papanui this

week.

PHOTO: GEOFF

SLOAN

basic” bed quilt for one of her

daughters.

Over three decades later, she

had much more material to

hand.

“You see lovely fabric that you

like and then you buy it and

gradually you build up quite a

collection.”

Her current stash included

pieces from the early days when

she was just starting, as well as

fabric from her family’s native

Austria, and hand-customised

fabric she had worked on during

craft classes.

Most were cotton, the standard

quilting fabric because of its

longevity.

The creativity of the craft was

her favourite thing about it

“It’s an artistic outlet. I’ve got

more into art quilts and I’m not

making so many bed quilts now.”

This was common for quilters

who had worked their way

through all of their family members,

she said.

All her grandchildren were

equipped with personalised

quilts, so she had turned to make

smaller, ornamental works of her

own design.

Nature was a constant inspiration.

A forest scene depicting

kōwhai and kererū was currently

under way, and she had recently

finished a piece based on fallen

winter leaves.

Another quilt she had recently

finished was based on leaves

she noticed on the ground over

winter.

“I don’t think it is hard, you

just need to decide you want to

do it and find out how.”

Learning the craft was easier

than ever these days, especially

because of online tutorials on

sites such as YouTube, she said.

However, it was a time-intensive

hobby.

“Only once did I actually take

a note of all the hours. It was a

queen-sized quilt that I made

for a friend. It was 90 hours, and

that . . . was just making the top

of it.”

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