Southern View: December 02, 2021

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2021

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SKILLS: Brothers Odin and Rikard Hanekom are part of a new rugby coaching programme ‘Bread and Butter’,

designed to encourage reading.

• By Kristie Boland

BRENDAN NOLAN was

watching his 5-year-old son

reading last year when he had

a realisation: Wouldn’t it be

good if more kids this age were

reading instead of playing

PlayStation?

So he created the coaching

programme ‘Bread and Butter’,

which he’s now looking to

expand into other rugby and

sports clubs in Canterbury.

‘Bread and Butter’ uses sport

and the B.R.E.A.D book to

encourage kids to read, connect,

and learn the basic principles of

being a good person.

The B.R.E.A.D book stands

for: Balls Books; Read; Enjoy;

Achieve; Dreams.

Nolan, who played

professional rugby in

England, coaches the under-6

Christchurch rugby team ‘C

Pups’.

• Turn to page 7

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will stay

on

Clifton

beach

THE REDCLIFFS Residents

Association is “extremely

disappointed” with the decision

against removing the rocks at

Clifton beach.

The group, which has been

advocating for the removal of the

rocks for more than two years,

said the beach is nothing like it

used to be before.

The rocks were brought to the

surface of the beach following

construction along the Coastal

Pathway and Main Rd.

In 2019 the city council sieved

the excess sand and removed

rocks larger than 100mm from

the site, however, the Redcliffs

Residents Association said there

were still rocks present.

The decision comes after the

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board met with the

Christchurch Coastal Pathway

Group [the group].

During the meeting the group

advised the board that the rocks

“are not going to be a problem in

the future and it would be pointless

to remove the rocks and a

waste of council’s funds.”

However, Redcliffs Residents

Association chairwoman Christine

Toner said the beach can’t be

enjoyed like it was before as the

rocks prevent people from walking

along it.

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Advent Choral Evensong

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song ancient text, psalms. As well as

singing psalms and a motet, they’ll

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adding more verses as they work their

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Garage sale

Saturday 9am-1 pm

157 Spencerville Rd, Ouruhia

Go and grab a bargain. There will

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cabinet with wine rack, coffee table

to match, fridge, barbecue, treadmill,

boxing bag freestanding, glassware,

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Collaborative Mural

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Saturday, 2-4.30pm

Roimata Food Commons, Radley Park

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beautiful mural to be installed at

Roimata Food Commons. A team of

six to 10 people are needed at each

workshop to help paint all the line

work, so a steady hand will be very

Shabby Chic Market Day, Sunday 11am-3pm, Rochester Villa, 21 Connal

St, Woolston. Go along on the first Sunday of the month, September through

to May, for fun times at Christchurch’s longest-running vintage market.

There will be artisan breads and pastries, costumes, jewels, collectables and

much more. Follow the signs off Ferry Rd and Rutherford St corner and have

yourself an adventure in Shabbychicland. Free.

useful. There will be some gluten free,

vegan-friendly treats and beverages

to keep you going. Free.

Christmas Cottage

Saturday-Sunday, 10am-3pm

49 Malcolm Ave, Beckenham

Go along and admire the amazing

cottage decorated especially for

Christmas. A festive must-do for

Christmas lovers of all ages. $5 per

adult, free entry for children.

All proceeds go to Good Night Sleep

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Opawa Farmers’ Market

Every Sunday 9am-noon

Christchurch South Library car park,

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The Opawa Farmers’ Market prides

itself on having the best selection of

fresh local produce in Christchurch,

including a large organic range from

well-known and trusted local growers.

Top up your vege shop with fresh

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Donations for food bank wanted

• By Emily Moorhouse

PUTTING A smile on people’s

faces is the goal for the Hoon

Hay Food Bank hoping to bring

joy to families in need this year.

But it desperately needs the

public’s help.

With Christmas just around

the corner, the food bank has

organised a present drive to

give something a little extra to

deserving families and children.

Food bank founder Corrin

Webster said it was about making

a difference for families after

a full-on year.

“No one wants to see their kids

struggle,” he said.

“We do this to help people.”

Webster was overwhelmed

with the response last year.

He said his whole lounge was

full of presents donated by the

community and they managed

to give these to more than 300

families.

This year he was hoping to

make the drive even bigger and

better.

Around this time of year,

Webster sees a massive increase

of people needing food as well

as gifts for Christmas to help

get them through the holiday

season.

The food bank is after volunteers

from the community to

donate food and gifts or offer

services such as helping wrap

presents if they weren’t in a position

to donate.

CHRISTMAS SPIRIT: Corrin Webster was blown away with how generous the community

were with donations last Christmas. ​

The families that receive

presents were nominated by the

community and sent a message

to let them know their gift is

ready for them to pick up.

“It’s so good seeing the smile

on people’s faces,” Webster said.

The majority of people

receiving food and gifts were

local. However, Webster said

they’ve offered help to people

as far out as Wainui and Little

River.

The Hoon Hay Community

Association is also on board and

has replaced its carols night with

a final drive for the food bank.

The association is asking for

residents to donate food and

gifts at the community

centre, Hoon Hay Rd, on December

12 and will have chocolate

treats for the kids and coffee

for the adults.

In Brief

SENSORY PLAYGROUND

Hillmorton High School has

set up a Givealittle page to fund

a new sensory playground to

be built for students with disabilities.

It will be wheelchairaccessible

and include two small

in-ground trampolines, swings

and balance logs. It will be

placed next to the Upland Unit

and purposed to help calm

and self-regulate students’

moods.

FUNDS FOR MURAL

Roimata Food Commons hit

its target of $5000, allowing

the mural painting workshops

to go ahead. Residents of the

community attended the

Saturday workshop to help paint

and prepare the panels of wood

for the mural. There will be

another workshop on Saturday

to continue the work.

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Public feedback closes on

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made up of a combination of

the routes 17 and 28, increasing

bus frequencies, extending one

route to Christchurch Airport,

improving access to Ara and

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Thursday December 2 2021

Creating confidence in adult learners at

HOMESTEAD: The Risingholme Community Centre where

the celebration was held for adult learners,

TEAM: Risingholme’s liaison and marketing co-ordinator

Lenore Wright (left), director Lynda Megson and executive

board president Ildica Boyd.

• By Emily Moorhouse

AN EVENING for celebrating

newly learned skills was all about

face-to-face interaction.

The Risingholme Community

Centre, based in Opawa, hosted a

social evening in honour of their

adult learners with around 100

people attending.

Liaison and marketing co-ordinator

Lenore Wright said it was a

beautiful evening with the learners

showing off their hard work.

Risingholme’s adult learners

programme is for anyone over

the age of 16 who wants to learn

a new skill and meet people.

They offer 389 courses in 70

subjects, from sewing and pottery

to languages and writing,

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The programme usually sees

800 learners enrolled per term.

Each term runs for eight weeks,

however due to Covid the latest

term ran for six weeks but still

saw nearly 700 learners enrolled.

Wright said Risingholme was

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they would like to develop.

Organisers were also exploring

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Wright said the programme

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social environment.

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AVID: The C Pups under-6 team

reading the B.R.E.A.D book

together, and their coach Brendan

Nolan. Nolan also coaches the

Christchurch seniors, the seniors

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• From page 1

What began as having the team read for

15 minutes before training morphed into a

new way of coaching, connecting and teaching

kids some important life lessons.

With Bread and Butter, Nolan endeavours

to go beyond just coaching rugby

skills. It’s about teaching kids the foundations

of being a good person – the ‘bread

and butter’ of life.

The C Pups, who all attend Heathcote

Valley School, spend 15 minutes before

training reading a book of their choice

with their parents and caregivers.

After every game, the player of the day is

presented with the B.R.E.A.D book, which

they can take home and write a story in

it about their experiences of rugby so far.

They present it to the team the following

week and then pass the book onto the next

player of the day.

“It’s something that keeps them involved

longer than say just half an hour after the

game, something to be proud of,” Nolan,

who works for the Lyttelton Port Company,

said.

Bread and Butter is not just for rugby.

“It’s just the principles of being good

people. In rugby, they say good people

make good rugby players. But don’t wait

until they’re 20, why don’t we start putting

this to the kids when they’re young.”

“If they get their bread and butter right,

they can go from there. It’s giving them the

opportunity from a young age.”

The programme isn’t just for the kids – it

also connects parents and caregivers.

• Turn to page 9

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THE C PUPS: Charlie St John (left), Mason Boyd, Odin Hanekom, Hoani Nolan, Leo Anderson and Edward

Hanekom. Before training sessions, both children and parents spend 15 minutes reading.

‘I’ve seen them grow as people’

• From page 7

Jenna Timoti’s six year-old son Mason

Boyd has played two seasons for the C

Pups. Timoti said Mason is a very capable

reader, but getting him to read was a

chore. Bread and Butter helped Mason see

reading as something that’s just part of

training.

Timoti said she has seen a difference

in her son’s behaviour since he has been

coached by Nolan.

“Mason is someone who is easily

distracted and needs structure. I can see

a difference in his confidence, he’s so

determined and the values he has learned

have made him more empathetic. He’s a

lot more caring,” she said.

Similarly, Heathcote Valley School

principal Bruce Ellison said he has seen

a change in the kids since they have been

coached by Nolan.

“I’ve seen them grow as

people and I’ve seen their relationships

with each other grow,” said Ellison.

“It’s a no brainer, why haven’t we been

doing something like this all along?”

Nolan said a programme like this would

have made him look at rugby differently.

“When I was playing, it was just about

showing up and playing the game, but I

think this is more of a deeper connection.”

Nolan wants that connection to be

fostered.

“It teaches kids to care for the area, the

grounds, care for the opposition and each

other. It’s contagious and its something

that needs to be nurtured,” he said.

Nolan wants to break down the club

versus club mentality, and connect

coaches as well.

Mainland Football interim chief

executive Martin Dodgson​loves the idea

of Bread and Butter and believes most

sports face the same challenges.

“We love the concept and the story

behind it . . . The concept of giving kids

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in

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas

Christmas is a great time for passing down recipes that are tried and true becoming

traditional family favourites. The owner of this recipe says her mum used to make

the pudding on Christmas Eve and would take the bowl and wooden spoon around

everyone in the house to stir the mixture and make a wish.

Make a Wish Christmas Pudding

You will need:

• 1 ½ tbsp butter

• 1 ½ tsp baking soda

• 1 ½ cups of boiling water

• 1 ½ cups flour

• 1 ½ cups mixed fruit or sultanas

• ¾ cup sugar

Method:

1. In a glass or stainless steel bowl,

melt the butter (over hot water)

and dissolve the baking soda.

2. Add the boiling water and

sugar.

3. When cool, add flour and

mixed fruit.

4. Stir all the ingredients together

and make a Christmas wish.

5. Cover bowl with a tea towel and

allow to stand overnight.

The next day:

• Place mixture into a greased

bowl or ice-cream container,

cover with tinfoil and place in a

pot of water, just deep enough

so the bowl doesn’t float.

• Boil pudding for four hours and

check regularly to make sure

the water has boiled dry. Top

up carefully with extra water if

required.

• Serve with heaps of Chantilly

cream!

Chantilly

Cream

You will need:

• 1 x bottle of cream

• ½ tsp vanilla essence

• 1 tbsp icing sugar to

sweeten

Method:

Put cream, vanilla essence

and icing sugar in a bowl and

whisk until light and fluffy with

softly formed peaks. Cover and

refrigerate until ready to serve.

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Warm up the wok for Asian flavours

Try these easy

one-pan meals that

will satisfy the whole

family

Hoisin Sweet Chilli Lamb

and Vegetable Stir Fry

Serves 4

Ingredients

2 tablespoons peanut oil, place

in wok

750gm lamb strips

400gm fresh mixed vegetables

(eg capsicum, bok choy, mushrooms

and snow peas, but can

use anything)

1 tablespoon root ginger

4 cloves garlic (crushed)

1/3rd cup hoisin Sauce

2 tablespoons sweet chilli sauce

2 tablespoons water

Coriander, fresh (for garnish –

optional, or could sprinkle with

dried)

Directions

Stir fry lamb in batches until

cooked through (about 3min),

remove from frypan. Stir fry

vegetables, ginger and garlic until

almost tender (about 5min).

Return lamb to wok with

vegetables/ginger/garlic, add the

sauces and water, stir fry until

hot. Serve on rice vermicelli.

Honey Soy Beef & Noodle

Stir Fry

Serves 4-5

Ingredients

2 tablespoons peanut oil, place

in wok

1 small red onion, thinly sliced

600gm rump steak, cut into

strips

1 teaspoon minced ginger

½ red chilli, de-seeded and

finely chopped

400gm stir fry vegetables

½ teaspoon ground five spice

1/3 cup soy sauce

½ cup liquid honey

1 x 350gm packet noodles

Handful fresh coriander leaves,

chopped

Roasted cashew nuts, roughly

chopped

Directions

Heat oil, add onion and stir fry

over medium heat until it beings

to soften.

Increase heat and add beef and

stir fry until meat browns. Reduce

the heat and add ginger, vegetables

and five spice, and continue

stir frying for a further minute.

Pour over soy sauce and honey,

stir through, and continue cooking

for a further 5min until meat

is cooked and vegetables are

heated through and tender.

Remove noodles from the

packet and put into a bowl. Pour

over boiling water to heat them,

then drain.

Serve the beef and vegetables

over the noodles, or toss the

noodles through.

Garnish with coriander and

cashew nuts.

Chicken Stir Fry

Serves 3-4

Ingredients

HELP

YOURSELF:

Wok-prepared

meals are

generally light

on the

clean-up.

4 tablespoons soy sauce, place in

bowl with:

3 tablespoons peanut butter

2 tablespoons liquid honey

1 teaspoon sesame oil

1 tablespoon root ginger, grated

2 tablespoons olive oil, place in

wok and heat, then add:

3-4 skinless chicken breast fillets,

sliced

Peppercorns

4 cloves garlic, crushed

1 head broccoli, broken into

florets

1 red capsicum, halved, then

sliced

1 packet snowpeas

1 large carrot, sliced

1/3rd cup unsalted cashew nuts

1 bunch spring onions, sliced

Directions

Mix soy sauce/peanut butter/

honey/sesame oil and root ginger

thoroughly and set aside.

Saute chicken, season with peppercorns.

Add garlic and saute for 30sec,

mixing with chicken.

Add broccoli/capsicum/snow

peas/carrot and cook until vegetables

are tender.

Add cashews and spring onions,

then drizzle peanut sauce

over the top.

Mix everything together in the

sauce, coating well and cook for

1min until well heated through.

Serve with rice or noodles.

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