At the 9 February meeting, the Papanui-Innes Community Board: received a report-back from a young person the Board had supported to compete in an Australian athletics championship; approved three applications to the Board’s Positive Youth Development Fund; and received briefings and discussed several other topics (including a planned tidy up of the garden outside the Redwood Plunket Rooms). The next meeting of the Board is at 9am on Friday 23 February in the Papanui boardroom. Read the full minutes at: http://christchurch.infocouncil.biz/Open/2018/02/PICB_20180209_MIN_2428_AT.PDF
Main North Road is running slow tonight through Papanui. Follow the Transport for Christchurch Page for updates.
Changes at the Cranford/Fraser intersection are profiled in this week’s Nor’West News.You can see the full digital edition of the paper at https://www.star.kiwi/digital-editions/?publication=gfm1HjAVyM7OpbxS
Event cancelled: sadly the Whakaoho Papanui community fun day has been cancelled due to the rain. Click through for details:
Unfortunately, due to the bad weather, Whakaoho will be cancelled. We will be running another large-scale event later in the year and would love for you to be involved!
Special thanks to key sponsors Subway, Couplands Bakeries, BurgerFuel, Christchurch City Council and International Antarctic Centre.
And also special thanks to Zion Studios, Shiloh Music & Richard Cloughley who were all raring to go with some fantastic entertainment for us, be sure to check them out!
Stay tuned for more info regarding our regular programmes here at PYDT, they will all be starting up again in the next few weeks!
The new traffic islands have been constructed at the Fraser Street / Cranford Street intersection, to keep northbound traffic on Cranford Street separated from right turning traffic from Fraser Street. Is this making it easier/safer to use the intersection?
The Term 1 Adult and Community Education Programme for 2018 is about to commence at Papanui High School. Click through for details of courses on offer. Contact details and an enrolment form can also be found on the website:
Event reminder: this Sunday 11 February at Papanui Domain is the Whakaoho Papanui Community Fun Day from 1pm to 3pm.
Click through for more information:
https://www.facebook.com/events/420226791743790/ Whakaoho: “Wake Up” Papanui
Papanui Community Fun Day
There’s nothing better than a Community that is truly united, one which looks out for its own and seeks to see each other thrive.
On Sunday, February 11th, Papanui Youth Development Trust (PYDT) along with many other incredible local community groups are hosting Whakaoho, a fun, family-focused event.
Come down for the afternoon to grab lunch at some fantastic food stalls, be entertained with Live Music & Dance performed by people from our community, have a go at Stone Carving, getting a Spray Tattoo and have a great time playing on the free Bouncy Castle, Horizontal Bungee, Sumo Suits while getting some great shots in the free Photo Booth.
This is truly an event not to be missed! Bring the family and support some great local community groups.
Free Sausages for the kids!
61 Sawyers Arms Rd, Northcote
Many thanks to the groups and performers involved in the event:
Te Ora Hou
North City Youth
Y@P: Youth @ Papanui
Zion Dance Crew
Thanks to our sponsors:
Find out more about PYDT:
Ph: 03 354 9381
128 people interested
More information on this week’s meeting of the Papanui-Innes Community Board:
My plan is to do one of these videos ahead of each of our meetings so that you know what we’ll be discussing, and you can comment below with any feedback.
The full agenda is available for you to read here:
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The Papanui-Innes Community Board will hold its first meeting for 2018 this Friday 9 February at 9am in the Papanui boardroom. This meeting is open for the public to attend. The agenda includes three applications to the Board’s Positive Youth Development Fund. The full agenda can be seen at http://christchurch.infocouncil.biz/Open/2018/02/PICB_20180209_AGN_2428_AT_WEB.htm
This should be good news for people turning right out of Fraser Street onto Cranford Street…
I’ve heard a number of locals who turn right out of Fraser St onto Cranford St have been concerned about their safety when making this turn, so this will make it much safer. Being the main access point now to Papanui Primary School, the traffic flow onto Fraser St has increased since work began on the new motorway, so I’m glad these concerns have been addressed by the team at CNC Alliance.
The work will be done at night so there will be minimal disruption to those travelling through the area next week.
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