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Recycling in 2023

Saturday 4 Februry is the day that our recycling programme kicks off for the new year. Every first Saturday of the month, we will be at the Ngaio Union Church in Crofton Road, collecting items for recycling that are not … Continue reading

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No January Recycling

7 January will be the first Saturday of the month, but please note that our recycling day is NOT held in January. Recycling for 2023 will recommence on Saturday 4 February 2023.

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Christmas Live 2022

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Refuse a Rubbish Christmas

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Christmas Ceilidh

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Ngaio Crofton Downs Residents Association Annual General Meeting

7:30pm Wednesday 16 November 2022, Ngaio Union Church (corner Kenya St /Crofton Rd) The Council’s Ngaio Cycleway Team will be joining our AGM discuss the proposed Ngaio Connection cycleway which will run from Kaiwharawhara to Ngaio. Consultation on the cycleway … Continue reading

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Ngaio Connection Cycleway

Consultation is now open for 3 weeks, closing on 21 November – this link to the Council’s website provides plenty of information on the proposal, and how to make a submission: https://www.transportprojects.org.nz/current/ngaio-connection/supporting-documents/ All businesses and residents on the route should … Continue reading

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‘Greening your garden – welcoming nature at your place’

Join Ngaio Union Church and the Ngaio Crofton Downs Residents Association as we welcome Tim Park and members of the Ōtari-Wilton’s Bush team for a practical, all-age, workshop: ‘Greening your garden –welcoming nature at your place’ Saturday 5th November, 10.30-11.30amat … Continue reading

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Ngaio Crofton Downs Photo Competition

It is time again for our annual photo competition, which we tie in with the AGM. We are very lucky to have photographer Colin McDiarmid (http://www.colin.co.nz/) as our judge again this year. The categories for 2022 have been agreed – … Continue reading

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