Point Chevalier

Transition Pt Chevalier Meeting - 9 April 2013

Present: Ally, Yolanda, Anna, Adrian, Jenny, Vanessa, Graham, Anne, Walter, VJ, Niki, Keith, Steve

Apologies: Adrienne, Sarah

University of Auckland Masters in Urban planning students : John, Anissa,  Jessica, Toby, Kurtis » Read more

Transition Pt Chevalier Meeting - 12 March 2013

Present – Adee, Graeme, VJ, John (UofA), Melissa (UofA), Jessica (UofA), Toby (UofA), Curtis (UofA), Jenny, Niki, Walter, Adrian, Deryn, Anna

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Transition Pt Chevalier Meeting - 12 February 2013

Present: Deryn, Keith, Yolanda, Ellen, Ally, Niki, Guido, Bruce, Chris, Walter

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Minutes Transition Town Meeting Nov 13th, 2012

Apologies Nikki, Geoff, Keith, Ali, Anna, Guido

Present Jenny, Adrian, Anne , Adee, Jessica, Bruce, Walter, Leonard, Yolanda, Deryn. » Read more

Transition Pt Chevalier Saturday Dance-walk and Flashmob

We’ve held two successful dance-walks and flash-mobs in November and our last one will be on November 24. We will be dance-walking from the corner of Dignan St and Pt Chevalier Rd to the library. We will depart at 10.35am. Dance-walking simply means making our way up the road to music. We will bring a selection of dance songs, but you are welcome to bring your MP3 player or Ipod along with your favourites and we can play those too.
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Resource Recovery network information

Auckland Council has recently adopted a new Waste Management and Minimisation Plan. The plan brings the different waste and recycling services of the seven former councils under one umbrella and will mean changes as standard charging regimes and services are provided across the region.

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Transition Pt Chevalier Meeting - 11 September 2012

Attendees: Crea, Luke, Adrian, Deryn, Bruce, Jenny, Chris

Apologies: Yolanda, Ally, Matt, Keith, Geoff, Guido » Read more

Fruit Tree Planting in Point Chevalier - part I (Premier Reserve)

Last Saturday several volunteers from Transiton Pt Chevalier planted seven fruit trees in Premier Reserve. We planted some lemon and feijoa trees, then prepared the grounds for banana and avocado trees which will eventually be planted at the end of October. It was a mammoth effort as the grass needed to be removed manually and the trees are being nurtured with top grade compost and mulch. We hope this will be a community orchard that everyone can benefit from in the years to come. » Read more

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