Neighbour Hood Support

 

 

 

City to Sumner Community Patrol 

 celebrates its 25th anniversary

 

 

 

 

  

The City to Sumner Community Patrol  celebrated its 25th anniversary on Sunday 19 February with a lunch at the Cashmere Club.

Both patrol cars were parked at the entrance and the room was decorated with blue & white balloons & streamers.

Chairman Allan Bain welcomed over 40 patrollers, invited guests & partners

Allan spoke on the history and successes of the Patrol and thanked the Patroller for their efforts.

Long-time Patroller Gloria Brown talked about how she became involved and the Patrol's early days.

Alan Christie thanked Allan for his commitment as Chairman over many years and two terms.

Certificates were presented by Helen Todd, Police Community Officer, for 20+, 10, 5 & 2 year's service,

Gloria & Alan cut the anniversary cake.

 

 

Neighbourhood BBQ

  

Claxton Place and Riverlaw Terrace

 

MIKE KING


CONGRATULATIONS

 



LINWOOD





Design proposals for Linwood Pool have been revealed.

 

 

SUMNER




A community green will be created around Sumner's planned new skate park 

using red-zoned land made available by the Crown.



Support for Kyle Park


Kyle Park is a step closer to becoming home to Hornby's new community facilities

 following Council approval of the site as the preferred location for a library, 

customer services and a recreation and sport centre.

 

Read more here



Sign of the Takahe/Coronation Hall updates



People are being invited to make a "request for proposal" for one of the city's landmark buildings, 

the Sign of the Takahe, in Cashmere or submit an "expression of interest" in Coronation Hall in Spreydon.


Submissions to the Council will close on Wednesday, 20 February at noon.


   

Parks team goes green with e-power tools


 


The roar of a chainsaw and drone of a leaf blower

could soon be a thing of the past as

Christchurch City Council Park Rangers 

make the switch to battery electric power tools.

Click here to find out more




Spreydon-Cashmere Edible Garden    

    


Entries Close Monday 11th February 2019

Click here for details


New Jellie Park splash pad                         



             

 

CITY SOUNDS

  Live performances scheduled

 11, 18, 25 January /  1, 8, 15 February.

 

 Find out more

  

                        

              

 

Deep South Kite Day

1-4pm, Saturday 26 January at New Brighton Beach.

https://ccc.govt.nz/news-and-events/whats-on/show/328 

  

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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