At the last meeting of 2020, the Waipapa/Papanui-Innes Community Board: approved the location and construction of a temporary wayfinding sign for Shirley Community Reserve; approved the relocation of a bus stop on North Avon Rd; and approved three grants for the Board’s Positive Youth Development Fund, & four from the Board’s Discretionary Response Fund. Full minutes can be found at the link below.
Free travel on the direct bus services between Rangiora & Kaiapoi and the city has been extended for another week. These services operate at peak times Monday to Friday and travel along the Christchurch Northern Corridor motorway. See the Metro Canterbury post for further details:
“Good news, Waimakariri residents 🤩 We’re extending free travel on our new direct bus services (91 Rangiora – City direct and 92 Kaiapoi – City direct) until Friday 29 January. You’ve got another week to try out this awesome service to and from the city 🚌 Feedback has been great … in the words of one Kaiapoi local, “Love this service, straight to work, no stress, no car park worries.” Boom! Check out the timetables here:https://www.metroinfo.co.nz/upcoming-timetable-changes/”
From Papanui High School’s Adult and Community Education Facebook page:
“Can you already play a few basic chords and rhythms on the Guitar or Ukulele but would like to improve your skills by learning some more challenging songs? Come along to Papanui High School and join our Ukulele and Guitar for Improvers course held on a Monday night 7.30-8.30 pm for 7 weeks. For further information and enrolment please visit our website https://www.papanui.school.nz/com-edu/category/music or email Barbara Roper email@example.com or telephone our office on 033520701“