The November edition of the Waipapa/Papanui-Innes Community Board's newsletter is available now. Click through to read about: edible garden awards; Bridgestone Reserve / Papanui Bush; Papanui Youth Development Trust; recent Community Board decisions; and more. https://christchurchcitycouncil.createsend1.com/…/54502464…/
At the 26 October meeting, the Waipapa/Papanui-Innes Community Board: endorsed the Harewood Road Corridor Study; approved stopping/parking restrictions for Prestons Road, Momorangi Crescent, and Tuckers Road; and more. Click through to read the full minutes. The Board will next meet on 9am on Friday 9 November. http://christchurch.infocouncil.biz/…/PICB_20181026_MIN_244…
From today 29 October for around three weeks there’ll be roadworks on Main North Rd between Cranford St & Sawyers Arms Rd. The Vagues Rd / Main North Rd intersection will be partially closed, with a detour in place, and stop/go management overnight. Click through for details: https://www.journeys.nzta.govt.nz/chr…/traffic-update/713127
Whakaoho – Papanui Community Fun Day is happening next Sunday 4 November from 1pm-4pm, with food vendors, free sausages for kids, dance crew, live music, bouncy castles, horizontal bungee, spray tattoos. The venue is the Papanui Youth Centre (1a Harewood Rd, by St Pauls Church & the Papanui RSA). Click through for details:
Think Papanui is celebrating two years of supporting community engagement in the Papanui ward with two prize draws!
1: Everyone who likes the Think Papanui Facebook page is automatically in the draw for a $20 gift voucher from The China Kitchen.
2: Everyone who likes AND comments on this post on Facebook (maybe tag a friend) will be in the draw for a $20 gift voucher from the Black & White Coffee Cartel.
Closes 12 November, and full T&C are at https://thinkpapanui.nz/about/terms-conditions.
A reminder that from Monday 29 October, bus routes in Papanui (and other parts of the city) are changing. The 108 will be discontinued, the 107 has timetable changes, and the 28 will be extended to mostly replace the 108 (but with some differences in both route and timetable). Updated maps and timetables can be found at the Papanui Library, and online via http://www.metroinfo.co.nz/Pages/default.aspx
The St Joseph’s School, Papanui carnival is this Sunday 28 October, from 11am to 2pm. Click through for details: https://www.facebook.com/events/201617133780203/
Here’s a more detailed run-down on the agenda for this week’s meeting of the Waipapa/
Here’s a summary of what’s coming up in our Waipapa/