At the 16 June meeting, the Waipapa/Papanui-Innes Community Board: received public forum presentations from a young person who had received funding from the Board, from Ilam MP Sarah Pallett, and from Shirley Road Central Inc about their recent skip day; approved grants to Papanui Redwood Association Football Club, Belfast Netball Club, and the Styx Living Laboratory Trust, and received an area report on issues and initiatives current within the Board area. The Board’s next meeting will be on Friday 16 July (the planned 2 July meeting has been cancelled as there are no reports for the Board to deal with on that date).
Click through to read the full minutes: https://christchurch.infocouncil.biz/Open/2021/06/PICB_20210616_MIN_5619_AT.PDF
Mike Greer Homes is advertising a 31-unit townhouse development at 27-33 Harewood Road. The site, which borders St James Park and the railway line and has mostly been vacant for some years, is planned to hold two- and three-story townhouses with either two or three bedrooms each. Subject to receiving consent from the Council, construction is planned to get underway later this year.
More information is available on the Mike Greer Homes website: http://bit.ly/mghharewood
Work will get underway this month to drill new wells and install secure above ground well heads at Redwood pump station on Prestons Road. This work is part of a wider programme of work to upgrade the city’s water supply network to ensure safe and secure drinking water for residents. Click through to the Newsline story for more details, or see the work notice at https://ccc.govt.nz/transport/works/show/749.
St John are opening a new opportunity shop in Papanui, at the corner of Langdons and Main North Roads. The store is set to open on Saturday 26 June, selling quality second-hand goods with the proceeds from sales used to support local St John services. St John are also keen on more volunteers for the store – any one interested can apply online at the link below:
Dusk to Dawn 2021 – All Night Party is for high school aged young people in Christchurch’s North-West.
This year Dusk to Dawn includes the soon-to-open Launchpad Trampoline Park, Antarctic Centre, Hoyts PJ Party, Live Music, Competitions, Gaming, Food and much more!
The event is organised by the Christchurch City Council in partnership with Papanui Youth Development Trust, with strong consultation and involvement from youth groups in the area. It runs from 8pm on Friday 9th July until 8am on Saturday 10th July, starting and finishing at LOOP Youth Centre, 1a Harewood Rd.
The event is limited to 150 people, and while selling fast, spaces are still available at the time of posting.
Registrations and event info is available via the post below or the Papanui Youth Development Trust – PYDT Facebook page.
We’re getting ready to go for the biggest (and longest) party of the year!
Dusk To Dawn 2021 – An All Night Party like no other.
Tickets are well over half sold out to make sure you get registered before they all disappear.
On the lineup for this year’s event we have:
Launchpad Trampoline Park
Hoyts PJ Party
and lots of prizes!!
MAKE SURE YOU DON’T MISS OUT!!!
Tickets are available now for $40+Booking Fee
This event is open to all HIGH-SCHOOL young people who live or go to school in North-West Christchurch.
Bring your mates, make a night of it! The more the merrier am I right?!
More info at pydt.org/dusktodawn
This event has been made possible through support from the Papanui-Innes and Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Boards at Christchurch City Council in partnership with local community organisations and Youth Groups
#goodtimes #allnightparty #youthevents #dusktodawn
The Waipapa/Papanui-Innes Community Board will meet at 9am on Wednesday 16 June. The agenda includes: a report back by a young person funded by the Board’s Positive Youth Development Fund; applications to the Board’s Discretionary Response Fund from Papanui Redwood AFC, Belfast Netball Club, and the Styx Living Laboratory Trust; and an area report on initiatives and issues current within the Board area. The meeting is open for the public to attend.
Click through to read the full agenda:
Agenda of Waipapa Papanui-Innes Community Board – 16 June 2021
At the 4 June meeting, the Waipapa/Papanui-Innes Community Board approved grants from the Board’s Discretionary Response fund to: the Papanui Community Toy Library; Papanui Leagues Club; St Albans Residents Association; and Northcote School. The Board will next meet on Wednesday 16 June. Click through to read the full minutes: