At the 22 November meeting, the Waipapa/Papanui-Innes Community Board: approved traffic resolutions relating to CNC changes to Cranford Street; approved tree removals for the renewal of the Canal Reserve Drain along Marshland Rd; allocated additional funding to the Board's Positive Youth Development Fund, and approved a grant from that fund; supported the nomination of Alexandra Davids to the New Zealand Community Boards’ Executive Committee; and received an area report covering initiatives and issues within the Board area. The Board will next meet on Friday 13 December. Click through to read the full minutes:
The Christchurch North Community Patrol needs to close a funding gap to replace their ageing vehicle. Click through to read more and to make a contribution, and also look out for the front-page story in this week’s Nor’West News:
HELP!! We desperately need a new vehicle – Christchurch North Community Patrol – Givealittle
“HELP!!! We desperately need a new patrol vehicle to continue to help the police keep our community safe. – Givealittle is the place to donate and fundraise for causes and charities online…”
Here’s a walk through the Celebrate Bishopdale and Bishopdale Skate Jam events on 24 November 2019:
Think Papanui’s curator Simon Britten rounds up stories from the past week:
The Book Club at Papanui Library met this week, as they do every third Tuesday of the month.
I posted a summary of the agenda for this morning’s meeting of the Waipapa/Papanui-Innes Community Board. I’ll post about outcomes once minutes are available.
As the thunderstorm approached on Wednesday I shared a cautionary post from the Christchurch City Council. The worst of the weather appeared to pass to the west of us.
Feedback is always welcome on Think Papanui’s content, either on Facebook or Instagram, or directly to me.
With warm regards
Next Wednesday 27 November there’ll be a Mini Christmas Night Market at Redwood School from 7-9pm, with market stalls, hot drinks & raffles. See this flyer or the Facebook event for more information:
Stay safe Papanui – today’s storm is getting close. If you have any news or photos from the area feel free to comment on this post with them ⛈🌬☔️
“Christchurch City Council
Our friends further south are experiencing thunderstorms which are accompanied by large hail stones…”
This Saturday from 10am at Northlands Shopping Centre – Santa is arriving, and there are free activities for children.
The Waipapa/Papanui-Innes Community Board will meet this Friday at 9:15am in the Papanui boardroom. The agenda includes: detailed traffic resolutions relating to Christchurch Northern Corridor changes to Cranford Street north of Innes Road; removal of trees, and approval of a landscaping concept, associated with the renewal of the drain on the west side of Marshlands Road; an additional funding allocation for the Board's Positive Youth Development Fund; an application to the Positive Youth Development Fund; and an area report covering initiatives and issues within the Board area. The meeting is open for the public to attend. Click through to read the full agenda:
The Bishopdale Skate Jam will run next Sunday 24 November (at the same time as Celebrate Bishopdale – see previous post). The Skate Jam includes demonstrations, competitions, skate lessons and free skateboard hire, and a free sausage sizzle. You'll also be able to talk to Council staff about the proposed revamp of the skate park.
Next Sunday 24 November the Celebrate Bishopdale event is on from 11am to 2pm at Bishopdale Park – a family fun day with performances, stalls, activities, and food. The Bishopdale Skate Jam is happening at the same time (see Think Papanui's next post for more info on that one).