Recap: the week ended 8 November

Think Papanui’s curator Simon Britten rounds up stories from the past week:

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To celebrate Think Papanui’s third birthday, during the week I ran a draw for an autographed copy of Nadia Lim’s latest book. (Please note that the promotion has now closed and a winner has been drawn.)

Whakaoho – Papanui Community Day 2019 took place on Sunday afternoon. I shared a live video from the event.

The Waipapa/Papanui-Innes Community Board will have held and inaugural meeting by the time this recap is published.

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Top post of the week was news that the 30km/h speed zone for some Papanui streets has now been implemented.

A memorial seat and plaque in Marblewood Drive mark the site of the former South Island Methodist Orphanage and Children’s Home.

Emma Norrish and Simon Britten have been elected as chair and deputy chair respectively at this morning’s inaugural Community Board meeting.

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Coming up:

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With warm regards
Simon Britten