Golden Programme

Golden Programme is a community service organised by the ‘Neighbourhood Trust’, the community arm of the St Albans Baptist Church. Coach trips are arranged to suit all ages and levels of mobility. For information about coming events ring Kim 355 6522 extension 112 for further details. Provides a two course meal (on a five week cycle), … Continued

Roses at Cust

A unique retail experience offering fashion, home and garden goodies as well as an extensive range of rose varieties. You will find us at 1771 Cust Road, Cust. 10.00am – 4.00pm     Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday. 9.00am-5.00pm   Thursday, Friday and Saturday

Weka Pass Railway (Scenic Trips)

North Canterbury’s Scenic Railway Passenger Trains. Operate on the Weka Pass Railway. Boarding at Glenmark Station in Waipara and travelling 12km, on the steam train, to Waikari. Group, charter and party bookings are welcome. For details on open days, train schedules and costs, phone the above INFO. LINE or visit the website.

Hei Hei Leisure Club

HEI HEI LEISURE CLUB FOR OLDER ADULTS meets Thursdays 1pm to 3pm at the Salvation Army Community Centre. 23 Manurere Street Hei Hei. The club offers a fun programme featuring art and craft demonstrations, guest speakers, mystery outings and entertainment. Cost $3 per week, which covers venue and afternoon tea. Outings may require extra costs. … Continued

Waltham Community Cottage

Monday – Aqua jogging 9.45-11.00. (minibus from cottage) Tai Chi – Tuesday at 11.00 -12.00. Just come along. Seniors Group: Afternoon tea, speakers and entertainers – 1st Tuesday of the month. Small charge. Community lunch Wednesday midday – All welcome. Thursday – General drop in 9.00am – 1.00pm Adrianne Carmichael is a community worker based … Continued

Sumner Senior Citizens’ Club

The group meet at the  Sumner Surf Club Rooms on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month at 1.30pm. Entertainment, speakers. Arrange trips as often as possible. New members welcome

Canterbury Outboard Boating Club

The club is orientated towards safe family boating, trophy events, skiing, fishing and general boating. Objectives are to promote outboard and power boating as a safe and pleasurable family activity.

St Martins Friendship Club

Meet on a Thursday,12.30 pm to 3.00pm at the Friendship Centre,  Opawa Baptist Church Hall, Cnr Wilsons Road and Hastings Street East. Entertainers every week followed by afternoon tea. Bus outings, every couple of months. Club for senior citizens (60 and over) New members always welcome.

Darfield Senior Citizens Club

Meet in the Darfield Recreation Centre on the 3rd Friday of every month at 2pm. Alternate meetings speakers/outings. Occasional bus trips as well. For further information, ring either Elly or Loraine on the above telephone numbers.

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