Consultation reminder: You have until next Monday 5 December to give feedback on the Council proposal for a new signal-controlled pedestrian crossing on Main North Road outside Northlands Mall. See this link for details:
How to complete an online submission: click on the Have Your Say button linked to the consultation to make an online submission
The Papanui-Innes Community Board is meeting this Wednesday 30 November at 4pm in the boardroom at the Papanui Service Centre. Agenda items this week include some parking & traffic issues, the establishment of a Positive Youth Development Fund, and some applications for discretionary / youth development funding. Follow this link for the full agenda:
Agenda of Papanui-Innes Community Board – 30 November 2016
Edgar MackIntosh Park in Papanui is one of three Christchurch venues hosting the 2016 World Bowls Championship. Play gets underway next Tuesday 29 November and runs through to 11 December. See the event website for full details:
World Bowls 2013 – 2016
Bowls New Zealand APP Get the very best in 2016 World Bowls Championships news, coverage and exclusive interaction right at your fingertips. The Bowls New Zealand APP will not only bring you the latest news and results of the World Bowls Championships 2016, but the chance to be a part of the action….
Local community groups: the Council’s Discretionary Response Fund is currently open, with a “limited balance” available for distribution before Christmas – you can learn more and make an application through the following link:
This Thursday 24th November from 4pm-7pm Casebrook Intermediate School is hosting a celebration with performances from Redwood Primary, Casebrook Intermediate, Papanui High School, Bishopdale Primary and Cotswold Primary. Some free food provided, and/or bring a family picnic with you. More information is available from participating schools, including this link:
Totaranui Cluster Celebration — Casebrook Intermediate News – 10 November 2016
Thursday 24th November Casebrook Intermediate are hosting the Totaranui Cluster Celebration on the front field.
Looking for information on meetings of the Papanui-Innes community board? Here’s a link to the unconfirmed minutes of last week’s meeting. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday 30 November 2016 at 4pm in the Papanui board room (entrance off Restell Street). A reminder that board meetings are open for the public to attend.
Minutes of Papanui-Innes Community Board – 15 November 2016
Do you like an easy option for Friday dinner? Check out this hangi fundraiser from Papanui-based Te Ora Hou Otautahi for next Friday 25 November. Full details in Te Ora Hou’s post…
WHAT: In ground Hāngi with 1 piece of fry bread Chicken thigh with homemade Stuffing, Pork shoulder chop, Kumara, potato, pumpkin and cabbage all seasoned to perfection!
WHEN: Friday 25th of November pick up between 12:30 and 1:30pm (unless by arrangement) – 77 Windermere Rd, Papanui. Deliveries for orders of 10 or more.
COST: $12 per hangi, $1 for any extra fry bread (please specify with your order)
HOW: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for your ticket number. Then you can deposit funds into: Te Ora Hou 03 0802 0953639 00 with your ticket number and your name.
Consultation on Main North Road pedestrian crossing outside Northlands Mall: Council is proposing a new signal-controlled pedestrian crossing. You have until 5 December to give feedback, and can learn more from the link below or at a drop-in session from 4pm and 6pm Monday 21 November at the Papanui/Innes Board room, Papanui Service Centre. https://www3.ccc.govt.nz/CCC.Web.ProjectInfo/cityleisure/projectstoimprovechristchurch/projectinformation/projectsearch/consultationview.aspx?projectid=5057&consultid=1201
Our community board in the news, with quotes from Ali Jones Innes Community Board and Emma Norrish – Papanui-Innes Community Board Member: http://www.voxy.co.nz/national/5/268490
Youth a key focus for new board | Voxy.co.nz
With the population estimated to increase by 10,000 in the next 30 years and a growing number of young families, the Papanui-Innes Ward looks to be in a strong and positive position heading into the future.