Think Papanui’s curator Simon Britten rounds up stories from the past week:
Work is getting underway on the Main North Road bus priority project. This week I shared:
- Start-work information,
- A fly-through video produced by the Council (top post of the week), and
- a couple of photos from the drop-in information session on Tuesday afternoon
The Graham Condon Centre has closed for maintenance. The pools will reopen in April.
The Vinnies shop in Papanui reopened on Monday.
I shared the January newsletter from the Waipapa/Papanui-Innes Community Board.
The CNC Alliance has published a new fly-over video of the motorway project.
This afternoon, Go Cycle Christchurch held a cycle skills session for adults. See their Facebook page for future events.
The Council is consulting on options for managing home-share accommodation. There’ll be an information session in Papanui on the 12th of February.
Drilling equipment is on site at the Grassmere Pump Station, to drill a new deeper well as part of the Council’s work on the city water supply.
Plans for a revamp of the St Albans skate park are open for feedback from today through to 17 February.
- Entries for the Edible and Sustainable Garden Awards close on the 20th of January.
With warm regards