CAMEO (Come And Meet Each Other) Senior Citizens Programme

CAMEO (Come And Meet Each Other) is a programme for Senior Citizens in St Martins.  The group meets fortnightly at 10 am on Thursday mornings in Hillview Christian School cafeteria 150 Wilsons Road.  Morning tea is provided at no cost and is followed by a variety of activities including  table games, exercise and  guest speakers.  Anyone … Continued

Women’s Leisure Club

Social activities for women aged 60+. Cinemas, meals out, pot luck dinners and shows. Monthly programmes available to members. Phone contact for meeting place and time.

Canterbury Croquet Association

Outdoor Croquet; September to March.; There are 13 outdoor clubs: Akaroa, Barrington Park, Cashmere, Diamond Harbour, Edgeware, Elmwood Park, Fendalton, Holmes Park, Hornby, Kaiapoi, Rangiora, St James Park, St Martins, United(Hagley Park). For further information about these Clubs Phone: Greg Bryant 027 580 3158 Indoor Croquet There are also 6 Indoor Clubs playing indoor croquet. These … Continued

St Martins Croquet Club

Situated in Gamblins Road and on the Orbiter Route. Club days are: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday with a 1.00pm start. Free coaching and the use of necessary equipment is available to new members.

Probus Clubs in Christchurch

A club for retired or semi-retired people, non-sectarian, non-political, non-fundraising. For intellectual and cultural stimulation, entertainment and friendship. N.B. Groups may be combined, women’s or men’s. The contact for the Northern South Island Probus Association (NSIPA) is Margaret Drake , Director Probus  South Pacific Ltd. See contacts and details for Probus Clubs in the area … Continued

Kowhai Rest Home

A 28 bed rest home with a registered nurse on call. Available are: activities programmes, podiatrist, hairdresser, church and library service. All clients should be advised to request a referral from their G.P. for a full assessment before entering rest home care. Older Persons Health,Assessment and Community Service Team at   Burwood Hospital   phone 337 7765

Familial Trust

Offer education and support for families of alcoholics, drug addicts and problem gamblers. Also Outpatient treatment programme. For further information, ring the above telephone number.

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.

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