Page 1

lyttelton harbour review community news from port lyttelton to port cooper

www.lyttel tonh a r b ou r . in f o

17 June 2013 E86

Lyttelton Carver Recognised Internationally Caine Tauwhare Heads to Seattle

Lyttelton Harbour is incredibly fortunate to have talented Maori Carver Caine Tauwhare living locally and working at the Whakaraupo Carving Centre on Godley Quay. Since the opening of the centre in 2010 many courses and commissioned works have come from the centre. Lyttelton Township itself is very fortunate to be the recipient of many wonderful artworks from Caine and his students. The latest has just appeared on the outer wall of the Lyttelton Community House. Caine’s exceptional skills are being recognised far and wide. Some of you will be aware that Christchurch and Seattle are sister cities. This connection has resulted in a very interesting project for Caine. A call from the Council and some collaboration with Ngai Tahu saw a delegation of representatives visit Caine and commission him for a piece of garden furniture for the special Pacific Connections Garden that is being created in Seattle as part of the Washington Park Arboretum. The Arboretum, a feature of the Washington garden scene has existed for nearly fifty years and this project is the first new exhibit for many years. The idea of the garden is to create five forests that represent plant species from five countries that span the Pacific Ocean. Gardens will represent forests in Australia, New Zealand, China, Chile and the Seattle region covering twelve acre’s. Caine was asked to make a seat for the garden that represented Maori connections. The work was commissioned from native South American wood and Caine said it was a real challenge to carve the piece, “The wood was really hard and the grain was very challenging,” he said. Never the less he finished the piece and it was shipped off to the USA. To his very pleasant surprise recently he was contacted by his hosts and invited to attend the opening of the 2.5 acre New Zealand forest in Seattle. His work, along with the opening of the forest will be celebrated this September in Seattle, Washington. “I had no idea I would be heading to the USA. This is such an unreal pleasant surprise”’ he said. Article: Lyttelton Harbour Information Centre Image: uwbg/gardens/wpa/ pacific_connections.shtml

Professionals Kennard Real Estate Limited MREINZ

Lyttelton Rugby Going Strong Club Day: Saturday 22 June at Lyttelton Recreation Grounds

Lyttelton Rugby are well into the 2013 season and the teams remain as strong as ever given many challenges small rugby clubs face around New Zealand. This year Lyttelton Rugby continues their success with Senior – Division Two Team and six Junior Rugby Teams – Under Six, Under Sevens, Under Nines, Under Tens, Under Twelve and Combined Lyttelton Sumner Under Thirteen. Since last year Lyttelton Rugby decided to redesign the club logo which now features the historic Timeball Station reflecting the heritage both for the club and local community. Lyttelton Rugby was extremely pleased to learn of recent news of the financial support for the rebuilding of the sadly missed Timeball Station. Lyttelton Rugby Club also wishes to thank Simon Jerard and team of Federal Print Limited who designed the new club logo. To grow the small club Lyttelton Rugby Club created a new position and appointed Brendan Nolan as Rugby Manager to promote, support, liaise and encourage more players and teams to play for the historical club. This has proven successful in many ways including continuation of the Senior Team by retaining key members while also gaining new club members. Nolan also has been successful with the Junior Teams with six teams for 2013 season and is the link between both divisions. Linda Preddy is kept extremely busy as the Junior Club Captain, given six teams to oversee and enjoys her role in supporting the younger sports people, coaches and parents. Likewise the Senior Division Two team is ably supported by senior coach, Aaron Mitchell, player/coach, Brendan Nolan and team manager Jodie Goodmanson. Their combined passion and commitment has resulted to date in a very successful season with the aim to win Division Two for the second time. Each Saturday after conclusion of all the games the teams congregate at the Lyttelton Club, known as the Top Club, for weekly presentations and speeches. The Lyttelton Rugby Club have been using the Top Club as their weekly venue for some years now after selling the original club rooms behind the supermarket. This has been a win/win scenario for both clubs enhancing and growing community support for the rugby club. So late Saturday afternoon when you arrive at the Top Club you will find young and old mixing together spinning a few yarns on the games that day or reminiscing of the good old days over a beer or two. Lyttelton Rugby Club sincerely thanks all members and committee of the Lyttelton Club for allowing the club to join with them over the winter months and invite all the good people of Lyttelton to support both clubs by becoming a member and dropping into the Top Club for a drink, catch up with the locals or even a meal at the well established Port View Restaurant. Lyttelton Club Day is set for Saturday 22 June when all the teams play their games on the home ground, at the Lyttelton Recreation Ground. The club extends a warm welcome to the entire Lyttelton community to come down and support the teams for this very special club day. There will be a barbeque and plenty of action as the club looks to win each game from teams from over the hill [townies]. The Lyttelton Rugby Club also invite you to join with us at the Top Club after 4.00pm – please come along and support your local and historical rugby club. Special thanks to all the sponsors namely Lyttelton Port of Christchurch, Mainland Foundation, Southern Trust, Tui and many others who continue to support the friendly well established rugby club. For any club information please feel free to contact our Club President, Clinton Norris, at either mobile 021 216 1251 or landline 386 2692 or send an email to Article and Images: Dave Sanders, LRC Media Officer | with thanks

20 Oxford Street, Lyttelton 8082 P: 03 328 9093 E: W:

Four Days of Fun Lyttelton Harbour Festival of Lights

The Festival of Lights is less than a week away now – check out the programme and get along to some of the 30 plus events between Thursday 20 and Sunday 23 June. See The Eastern, AhoriBuzz, Devilish Mary and the Holy Rollers, The Greyhounds and Carmel Courtney on the main stage at the Festival of Lights Street Party on Friday 21. Witness the Lyttelton Port of Christchurch Fireworks Extravaganza. London Street comes alive on Friday night with food stalls, mulled wine, the Small Bros photo booth, kids' face painting and activities and much more. Between the bands the crowds will be wowed by the exceptional talents of Lyttelton's circus performers at the Harris and Turner London Street Carnivale. To make life easier, we're putting on a shuttle bus that will run from the gondola car park to the street party. Anytime between 6.00pm and midnight, you can park your car in Heathcote and get a ride direct to London Street in Lyttelton. The service runs both ways half hourly throughout the night. There are many ways for people around the harbour and visitors to the area to get involved in the festival too – bring a lantern, don a costume and take part in the Lyttelton Engineering matariki street parade at 5.30pm on Friday 21, string up some fairy lights at your home and be in to win a prize for the most creative use of a string of fairy lights [prizes from She Chocolat and Cassels Brewery], enter the photography competition, “Lyttelton Alive at the Festival of Lights” and be in to win a great prize from Ken's Cameras. There are also workshops for children and adults on Saturday 22, alongside a Mid-winter Christmas Farmers Market and the Lyttel Book Fair. After dark, dance the night away with the Bush Telegraph Band [barn dance at the Naval Point Club] or Mundi [contemporary world music at Diamond Harbour Hall]. Sunday's big events are the Medieval Sunday Roast, 6.00pm at Tommy Chang's and the outdoor screening of Peter Jackson's “The Frighteners” projected onto Coffee Culture, London Street at 8.00pm. The programme is just crammed with fun events, so pick one up, download or view on our website, come along and enjoy! This event would not be possible without the generous support of many local businesses. This year thanks needs to be made to: Christchurch City Council, Lyttelton Port of Christchurch, Hang-Up Entertainment, Lyttelton Engineering, Fireworks Professionals, The Canterbury Community Trust, Lion Foundation, Harris and Turner and Fulton Hogan For all the latest on the festival follow us: On facebook On twitter Website Lyttelfestival

If you'd like more information or images please phone Lucette Hindin on 03 328 9446. Article: Project Lyttelton, with thanks Image: Gill Taylor, Lyttelton

Lynnette Baird P: 03 328 7707

Licensed Real Estate Agent

M: 021 224 6637

E: W:

Professionals Kennard Real Estate Limited MREINZ

about the lyttelton harbour review Lyttelton Harbour Review is a community newsletter initiative developed by local Professionals real estate agent Lynnette Baird and Lyttelton Harbour Information Centre chairperson Wendy Everingham. The objective of the Lyttelton Harbour Review is to help keep local residents informed with what is going on in the wider Lyttelton Harbour community. Each week readers can read about community groups; businesses; events; and everything in between. If you have an event, topic, cause, or other, that you would like to share with the harbour community, then we would love to hear from you. Be heard, be seen, be informed - read it or offer it here.

Something To Celebrate First Female MC for Festival of Lights

Helen Back literally bursts into the Lyttelton Harbour Information Centre buzzing. She is blown away that she has been asked to be a co-master of ceremonies at the Festival of Lights. Helen and Adam Jones will lead the show this year. After Helen’s successful show the Hell’N Back Experience at the Wunderbar and Porthole Bar, event coordinator Lucette Hindin approached Helen to see if she would be interested in the role. Helen has been in a spin ever since. “I feel so honoured and wrapt to be the first woman master of ceremonies of the Festival of Lights” she said. For those of you familiar with her “Housewife from Hell” routine we are told she won’t be in housewife mode for the big night. Get ready for flashing horns and the big ball gown! As the Review team talk to Helen about this role, she reflects on the meaning of her name. Helen Jean Chrystal. A little ray of light sent from God! Well this little ray of light is stepping up to the plate and aims to be herself and just enjoy the moment playing with the crowd as she introduces Lyttelton’s well loved musicians and Circo arts performers to the general audience this Friday evening . Helen’s presenting experience has developed over the years. Getting over those stage nerves she mastered Toastmasters. She had a good three years working on her radio show the, House Wife from Hell and then since the earthquakes has developed the Hell’n’Back Experience. Those shows have proven to be very successful, coordinating a group of performers as well as performing herself. Helen has also been involved with the Catalyst Poetry team and many other theatrical events. This is a big milestone in Helen’s life, and she looks forward to the challenge of breaking the mould of MC’s at Lyttelton Festivals. Article: Lyttelton Harbour Information Centre Image: Supplied by Helen Back

Lyttelton Port Company Assists with Fireworks Training LPC Advisory Notice | 10 June 2013

Over the years the Lyttelton Port Company has provided Fireworks Professionals with locations for testing of their fireworks. Fireworks Professionals have been long associated with the Lyttelton Harbour Festival of Lights and this year they will be conducting some training in preparation for the up-coming festival. Below is the schedule of training they have planned: Naval Point Club Slipway Wednesday 19 June, 4.00pm End of Breakwater Lyttelton Port Thursday 20 June, 4.00pm and 5.30pm The tests will be dependent on weather and shipping conditions. If you require further information regarding locations and timings, please contact George Philips, Marine and Security Manager on 027 678 9026.

subscribe to the lyttelton harbour review The Lyttelton Harbour Review is published every Monday and can be delivered straight to your email inbox. Just send an email with the words “subscribe me” in the subject line, then sit back and wait for the next instalment of local news, events and reviews. If you do not have access to email, but would like read about our local events, Professional Real Estate print hard copies that are available from Thursdays at the Lyttelton Club; Samo Coffee, Fisherman’s Wharf, Lyttelton Library and at the Lyttelton Harbour Information Centre on London Street. Or a copy can be delivered to your door, if you live in within the Lyttelton township: Contact Lynnette on 03 328 7707.

Lyttelton Local Good Sort Life Time of Giving

Sitting at Project Lyttelton Board meetings is where I was introduced to the work of Mrs Gamble nee Koskela. Often the building is really cold and to keep warm we wrap lovely crocheted rugs around us. There are loads of the rugs and it’s Mrs Gamble who has kindly crocheted and donated them to the team at Project Lyttelton. Happy faces are also found at Community House. Elderly people being given lovely hand knitted rugs. Then there are all the people that Sister Judith distributed the rugs to when the Catholic Sisters lived in Port. Many people have been the lucky recipients of these gifts of love. This is a lady who doesn’t like idle hands. She’s always doing something whether it’s upkeep of her beautiful English Garden or making handicrafts for her family, friends and the wider community. “I just love to cheer people up”’ she says. Since she was nine years old she’s been knitting, crocheting, hand stitching and making things. A walk through her homes reveals all sorts of treasures, beautifully finely crocheted table clothes, embroidered tablecloths, doilies, crocheted rugs and pieces of knitted clothing. She loves showing us all the things she has done. She happily says “that her home really is her castle” and so she is surrounded by all the beautiful things she has made, her china ornaments and the garden she has nurtured all these years. Apart from three years of her life when she lived in Lyttelton Street Christchurch Mrs Gamble has been living in Lyttelton. She proudly tells us how much she loves the Port and its people. She’s seen many people come and go over the years, in fact now they are the only household of the original neighbours in Exeter Street from 1949! Sitting chatting to her is like a visit down memory lane for me. Her skills and talents remind me of my grandmother. Her generosity with those skills is heart warming and appreciated by many within this community. Article and Image: Wendy Everingham

Request for Light Bearers The Lyttelton Festival of Lights is coming up this week, would you like to be part of the Lyttelton Engineering Street Parade? On Friday 21 June anyone who wants to be in the parade can meet at 5.10pm in the car-park outside Kidsfirst Kindergarten, 33 Winchester Street. Get there earlier if you would like your face painted. Thanks to Busy C’s, Bethan will be offering face stencils from 4.30pm onward. The theme is Matariki, so you can wear masks as usual but also bring light - think handmade or paper lanterns to carry plus torches and camping lanterns. Rug up warm and if you can, wear some red, yellow or white. Are you coming along to the Festival of Lights Parade? Do you have some big lanterns or camping torches you can bring along? We are needing light-bearers to help illuminate the dancers in the parade. Please email Erica on if you can help out.

Sculpture on the Peninsula The 8th Sculpture on the Peninsula is being held this year on the 9 and 10 November at Loudon and once again we are asking the kind residents of Governors Bay to assist us with this Cholmondeley fund-raising event. Over the thirteen years this has been running we have raised over $350,000 for Cholmondeley and this year funds are needed more than ever for its rebuild. Sculpture on the Peninsula is the South Island’s largest outdoor sculpture exhibition and a popular biennial event, with performances by The Loons Theatre Company and a wonderful array of food as added attractions. It is run by local volunteers and organisers are looking for people to help for a two and a half hour stint with the ticket gate, food, parking, etc. It is fun and a wonderful chance to give to those less fortunate in our wider community. It also gets you free entry to the event! For further information on the event see Should you be able to help, please email Grania on Article: Governors Bay Community Association via The Bay News Ed:62

contact the lyttelton harbour review The team at the Lyttelton Harbour Review would love to spread the word about your community group, fundraising efforts, local heroes, business promotions, events and anything else that the local community would like to share. Phone, Email, or Post: Lyttelton Harbour Review, PO Box 94, Lyttelton 8841. Deadline for any content: Thursday before Monday publication date. Lynnette Baird 03 328 7707 021 224 6637 Wendy Everingham 03 328 9093 021 047 6144

Lyttelton’s Retaining Walls Hill Ramblers Learn More About Historic Walls Rebuilds Two of SCIRT’s major retaining wall projects in Lyttelton have recently come to an end after months of work. An open day was held on a sunny Saturday afternoon recently on Sumner Road [Stage One – the bottom stretch up to St Davids Street] and London Street. The aim was to let locals learn a bit more about the construction of these big walls. Many local people have had little or no easy access to their cars while this work is occurring and SCIRT appreciates the efforts they have made to work around these busy sites. For some home owners, getting the retaining wall completed means they can make progress on the repair or rebuild of their homes, which is a big step forward. On both projects, SCIRT delivery teams Fulton Hogan and Fletcher have made a link to the original red rock facings which collapsed during the earthquakes all over the Port Hills. The Lyttelton walls were built by convict labour in the mid 19th century. Many of these workers were Maori protesters from the Parihaka/ Taranaki land disputes, who later died in the Lyttelton jail. Although the quakes destroyed so many of the walls, they have been widely recognised as examples of excellent workmanship. Red volcanic rock was quarried and cut by a stonemason and fitted along embankments and walls up to eight metres tall. Walls were backed with loose rubble, clay or rock. All of the displaced red rock has been safely stored by SCIRT for later reuse and replacement. Small sections of red rock have been replaced on the Sumner Road and London Street walls to provide the historical link to the walls we have lost. On Sumner Road a horizontal section runs along the bottom and on London Street, a vertical segment adjoins the existing red rock wall which has held together but is being braced and monitored and missing grout replaced. The next stage for the two SCIRT teams is to apply graffiti-proof paint to the concrete walls and move onto the next retaining wall site. A small area at the town end of the Sumner Road stage one wall will also soon be rebuilt. Image Top Left: Lyttelton locals Penny Carnaby and Christina Troup, get the good oil on Sumner Road stage one from Fulton Hogan's environmental advisor Omar Seychell and site foreman Mike Mulcay, right. Image Left: Where the two sorts of wall meet - red rock joining strip and new wall. Image Lower Left: Linda Rutland, of Mount Pleasant, enjoyed a trip to the Lyttelton market and a tour of the Sumner Road retaining wall. Fulton Hogan construction manager Tim Toomey talked over some of the details with her. Article and Images: SCIRT

pass it on, spread the word Not everyone receives these news letters, so please pass them onto anyone you think would be interested. We can also arrange printed copies for interested parties - just let us know. A big thank you to everyone who emails us with what is happening in their part of Lyttelton Harbour paradise. If you have news, or belong to a community group, own a business - get in contact with us, we would love to promote or share your story with the Lyttelton Harbour district. Errors, Omissions and Typos are all part and parcel of a volunteer service. These quirky additions are offered free for your amusement. But, if we have “got it wrong” - please just let us know.

Art Exhibition at Godley Cafe Wednesday 19 June, 6.00pm to 9.00pm an exciting collaborative exhibition featuring: Lyttelton Ceramic Artist Jane McCulla. Originally from Northern Ireland, Jane has a list of accolades to her name. She has had her work featured in London Vogue and has exhibited throughout the UK, Ireland and NZ. Currently she is leading the community Land Art project, a tile Mandala of “Lyttel People” on Lyttelton’s Civic Square. Recently she was awarded the Decopot Premier Award at the “Canterbury Fired Up” Exhibition at the Canterbury Museum. Jane is inspired by her surroundings and her current works are very much influenced by the colours and scenery of the Banks Peninsula. Diamond Harbour Jeweller Christina Dower will also be showcasing an exquisite new range of Sterling Silver and Baltic Amber jewellery made especially for this exhibition. Christina has 25 years in the jewellery industry and her work also features at Form Gallery in Christchurch. Fiona O’Neill, owner of Resolved Gallery in Diamond Harbour, will also have a selection of works by various artists from her gallery on display. 10% of sales made on the night will be donated to the community purchase of the Alison Erickson sculpture on the point. So, come along to Godley Café on June 19th for a complimentary glass of bubbles, delicious nibbles and the chance to view and purchase some amazing pieces from our local artists. See you there!

Recreation Centre and Norman Kirk Memorial Pool Community Briefing on Norman Kirk Memorial Pool and Lyttelton Recreation Centre to be held on Wednesday 19 June at 7.30pm at Lyttelton Main School Hall, Oxford Street, Lyttelton. Notes from the first meeting held can be found attached. Article: Christchurch City Council - Recreation and Sports, with thanks

Lyttelton Mt Herbert Community Board Meeting Lyttelton Service Centre, London Street | Thursday 20 June, 1.30pm

Facilities Rebuild Plan Programme Community Forums Christchurch City Council's Facilities Rebuild Project team will hold a series of community forums during June and July to help inform residents about progress with the repair and rebuild of Council facilities across the city and Banks Peninsula. Residents are invited to attend the forums, which will include a 20 to 25 minute presentation, followed by a 50-minute open question and answer session. As well as an opportunity for residents to clarify progress on local facilities, the forums will also help the Facilities Rebuild team to identify the best ways of keeping residents up-to-date with developments in the programme. Depending on feedback received from the first forums, the format of future sessions may be adapted. It is anticipated these forums will be held quarterly. The venues and times for the forums are: Wednesday 10 July 6.00pm to 7.15pm

Lyttelton [Top] Club, 23 Dublin Street, Lyttelton

We recognise the importance of engaging with our community and that there is a high level of interest in what is happening with Council-owned facilities. Article: Christchurch City Council - Community Services, with thanks

plenty to share In Lyttelton so many residents grow vegetables; or have fruit trees literally dripping with produce. Plenty to Share is about sharing any excess produce with the community. So if your lemon tree is yellow with goodness and you can’t keep up with making lemon curd, bring those surplus fruits down to the organisers, where every Saturday the swapping of produce is well underway in Lyttelton on the corner of London and Canterbury Street; and also in Diamond Harbour on a Saturday morning at the village centre. If there is something on the Plenty to Share table that you would like to take home, then you are warmly invited to do so.

Borderline Listening Post Launch Thursday 20 June | Lyttelton Civic Square The Borderline Ballroom invites you to an exciting evening of sonic art to celebrate the official launch of the Borderline Listening Post in Lyttelton’s transitional Civic Square. Celebrations commence at 8.00pm sharp by the Listening Post for the sound installation’s resonant inauguration as part of Lyttelton's Festival of Lights. The event then shifts to the Tin Palace at 8.15pm for live performances by local artists Memory Burn, Teen Haters and Zeug Gezeugt, interspersed with the sonic component (curated by the Borderline Ballroom) of the “Illuminate” light and sound exhibition running at the gallery on evenings between 20th and 23rd June. This is a free event/donations welcome. What is the Borderline Listening Post? The Borderline Listening Post is a public sound installation in a corner of Lyttelton’s Civic Square, featuring works contributed by local, national and international sonic artists. Some have responded directly to the space, while others have been inspired from afar to create works that range from soundscapes using the local environment as their source to electronic pieces and electroacoustic compositions. It will be playing 24 hours a day from 8pm on June 20th onwards. Artists featured in the initial programme include: Chris Cree Brown (Christchurch) – Jimmy Currin (Dunedin) - Dark Passenger (Melbourne) - Reuben Derrick & Chris Reddington (Christchurch) - Funes (Lyttelton) – Furchick (Perth) - Brent Holt (Auckland) - JA (Christchurch) - Luke Munn (Berlin) - Organism & Nick Guy (Lyttelton/Wellington) - Claire Pannell & Rob Haakman (Perth) - Blair Parkes (Christchurch) – Malcolm Riddoch (Lyttelton) - The Rothko Chapel (Melbourne/Canberra) - Sophia Schon (Auckland/Berlin) Stanier Black-Five (Lyttelton) - Welcoming Dusk (Christchurch) The Borderline Ballroom is an arm of the Cantabrian Society of Sonic Artists ( which aims to provide a relaxed space for challenging listening and a regular live venue for performative audio experimentation. It supports local practitioners working on the peripheries of music and sound, while offering a resource for national and international performers touring New Zealand’s South Island. Lyttelton Civic Square: Corner London Street and Canterbury Streets, Lyttelton Tin Palace Gallery: 13A Oxford Street, Lyttelton, 8-10pm

Barn Dance Naval Point Club | Saturday June 22, 7.30pm Featuring the fabulous Bush Telegraph Band Dust off your cowboy hat, and get ready for some boot scootin! Please support this fundraising event for our new clubhouse. Tickets $20 for members and $30 for non-members.

Marlon Williams Farewell Event Naval Point Yacht Club | Sunday June 23, 7.00pm

Many Lyttelton residents will be aware we have some awesome musicians within our community. Marlon Williams is one of these and many people are predicting a big future for this 22 year old singer, guitarist, and songwriter. Marlon is leaving us for Melbourne and, as a special farewell, the community is invited to attend a night of music and frivolity at the Yacht Club. Everyone is welcome and any person who wishes to make a musical contribution to the night is welcome to do so. The idea is we all contribute ten dollars to a fund that will allow Marlon to set himself up in Melbourne and give him the opportunity to concentrate on his musical career. Those who can't make it but wish to contribute can do so at The London Street Dairy.

looking for reading material A book swap has been operating from the Lyttelton Harbour Information Centre for some time. Thank you to all the lovely residents who keep dropping books in. This service is available to all local residents, simply just pop in, choose a book, and then return it or another when you are finished. Borrow or swap - it’s your call. If you are looking for reading material on economics, the transition movement, sustainability, alternative currencies and community development then check out the LIFT Library that has recently started. Contact Juliet Adams on 328 8139 for more information.

Lyttelton Harbour Network Meeting Lyttelton Club, 23 Dublin Street | Monday 24 June, 1.30pm to 3.30pm

Lyttelton Harbour Business Association Network Meeting Freemans Restaurant, London Street | Tuesday 25 June, 5.30pm Nibbles will be provided by MacTodd, and drinks will be available at Happy Hour prices. Please come and join us!

Naval Point Club: Annual General Meeting Wednesday 26 June 2013 | Commencing at 7.00pm.

Introduction to Fruit Tree Pruning Lyttelton Community Garden, 54a Oxford Street | Saturday 6 July, 10.30am

Demonstrations with Hamish Kelland at Lyttelton Community Garden, 54a Oxford Street, Lyttelton [up laneway between swimming pool and playground]. Saturday 6 July 10.30am to 1.30pm $10.00. Covering: Tool selection and maintenance; Tree training; Identifying fruiting wood; and Trimming. Wear warm clothing and solid footwear. To book please contact Sue-Ellen 03 328 9243 or email

Project Lyttelton: Annual General Meeting Project Lyttelton will have its Annual General Meeting 7.30pm, Thursday 11 July at the Portal, 54a Oxford Street. There is an open invitation for all to attend. Prior to the AGM we will have a Pot Luck dinner starting at 6.00pm.

Lyttelton Club: Mid Winter Christmas Party Saturday 13 July, 7.00pm | Featuring acclaimed rock reggae cabaret hand Little John. Tickets $20 including buffet meal. $25 door sales.

Governors Bay Community Association Annual General Meeting | Monday 29 July, 7.30 pm at She Chocolat The meeting is open to everyone and the Community Association welcomes your views. Nominations for the new committee or offers to serve on the committee can be submitted to the secretary of the GBCA before the meeting, either by email or post GBCA, c/- Governors Bay Hotel, 52 Main Road, Governors Bay, RD 1 Lyttelton 8971. Please ensure the nominee agrees to be nominated! If there are insufficient nominations for the positions required, nominations or offers to serve may be accepted at the AGM. Platters will be provided at the AGM; drinks are to be paid for individually. Looking forward to seeing you there. Governors Bay Community Association. Article: Governors Bay Community Association via The Bay News Ed:62

lyttelton market town Saturday mornings are never dull in Lyttelton! Enjoy the local markets including the Lyttelton Farmers Market for fresh produce, meat, fish, eggs, honey and yummy baked goods. Check out the new Lyttelton Arts Market on the corner of London and Sumner Road. Head up to the Grassy Art and Craft Market for bargain items or unique art items. And be sure to check out the Community Fundraising Garage Sale located up the driveway behind the swimming pool. Its all here, so where else would you want to be!

Lyttelton Health Qigong for Seniors Tuesdays 10.15am to 11.15am | Lyttelton Union Parish Church, Winchester Street Geraldine Parkes learnt T'ai Chi from Master Loo-Chi Hu in the 1980's here in Christchurch, encouraging her to teach and pass on this wonderful Art. Teaching Yang long form and Chinese Heath Qigong this is now a full time love - especially with drug and rehabilitation, mental health, elderly and schools. Master Orlando Garcia Morales introduced Geraldine to the New Zealand Health Qigong Health Association in 2012 in Auckland. The amazing instructors being from the Beijing Sports University Qigong College encouraging Practice with joy in your heart and an inner smile, our emotions directly affecting our health and organs. Lyttelton Health Qigong classes are on Tuesdays 10.15am to 11.15am. At the Lyttelton Union Parish Church on Winchester Street, and running the School Term. Classes start 18 June 2013 and the first two classes are free. For more details contact Geraldine Parkes on phone 03 328 7284 or email

House Sitting Need a break from it all in Lyttelton on the east side? I am leaving my small cosy house and its stunning views for four weeks from August 8 to September 2, and would love the right person or people to be able to enjoy it during that time. For more information call Juliet 03 328 8558 email

House for Rent: Church Bay A fully furnished three bedroom, two bathroom house for rent available now until the end of August/early Sept. Perfect short term rental while you are getting your EQC repairs. House has a log burner and heat pump, is close to the shops, ferry and school. Phone Holly 027 4466 816 or Manaia 027 8193 840 (evenings) for more info or to view.

House for Rent: Lyttelton Lyttelton furnished home available for five weeks, ideal for short term accommodation, from 27 June to 1 August 2013. Four bedrooms and great sea views. Suit a family. Please call 03 328 8664 or 027 346 3726. Rent negotiable. PS: includes a cat.

House for Rent: Lyttelton Large three bedroom furnished house for rent. Reserve Terrace location. Available 21 July to 14 November. Please contact Marjolein Lips-Wiersma at

House for Rent: Lyttelton Randolph Terrace three bedroom home available for rent from mid-June until the end of October. The property is fully furnished, making it ideal for earthquake repair residents as you need only bring your own linen. For further details please contact Euan on 0800 21 22 72.

New Year Holiday House Swap Over the New Year holiday period Naval Point Club will be hosting the 2014 Paper Tiger National Championships. Families in Wellington heading to Lyttelton for this event would be keen to talk to anyone interested in house swapping for the period from December 27 for a five to eight night; or renting your home during this period. If you can help please contact Bindie Hood: 04 436 8175 or mobile 029 201 4407 or email

c’mon get involved Lyttelton is known for its culture of volunteer activity and community participation. If you have ever had the thought that you would like to be more involved in the local community, but you are not sure where to go, or who to talk to? Start by having a conversation with the team at the Lyttelton Harbour Information Centre, as they can give you some advice on the many types of great volunteer organisations here in Lyttelton. If you are passionate about elderly care, sustainability, youth culture, harbour activities, heritage, radio, business development, fundraising, or just about anything - then there is a group who would love for you to be involved!

Festival Of Lights: Events Thursday 20 June, 6.00pm Coffee Culture are hosting a coffee workshop. Learn about where the coffee beans come from, how they are roasted, what the different bean types are, and learn about the blends. Then Coffee Culture will host a story telling space as Rewi Couch transforms the evening. Hear his wonderful cultural stories. Thursday 20 June, 6.00pm Roots Restaurant hosts Jo Burzynska wine tasting. Six wines paired with canapés. $50 per person. Please call or email to make a booking or enquire 03 328 7658 or email Thursday 20 June, 6.30pm to 7.30pm Freemans Restaurant hosts Hannah Harding live as part of the Festival of Lights. Thursday 20 June, 6.30pm Lyttelton Library hosts “Stories After Dark”. It was a dark, dark night......perfect for hot chocolate and night-time stories at the Lyttelton Library. Ideal for children aged 5-10. Curl up and listen to some scintillating stories followed by a little crafty activity. Thursday 20 June, 7.00pm Roots Restaurant: stay on after Jo Burzynska’e tasting with a dinner by reservation, and enjoy one of Roots’ delicious degustation dinners. Please call or email to make a booking or enquire 03 328 7658 or email Friday 21 June, 5.30pm onward Port View Restaurant: special mid-winter three course buffet dinner for $22.50 per person. Stay warm and dry with the best view for watching the fireworks display at 7.30pm. Book your table through the Lyttelton [Top] Club 03 328 8740. Friday 21 June, 6.00pm onward Roots Restaurant will be hosting “Project Taco” on the street serving up traditional tacos from 5.00pm till late. Garden Light Bar in Roots Courtyard. Please call or email to make a booking or enquire 03 328 7658 or email Friday 21 June, 6.30pm She Chocolat Mid Winter Degustation. Experience the culinary sensation of chocolate infused creations - inspire the taste buds and celebrate mid winter 'She' style. To book phone She Chocolat, 79 Main Road, Governors Bay 03 329 9825. Friday 21 June, 9.30pm Wunderbar Superfood Odessey $10. After the Festival of lights street party in Lyttelton the party continues. Every time Superfood hit the Wunderbar it goes off. This will be no exception. Come boogie with the party crew and see what all the fuss is about. Saturday 22 June, 10.00am to 1.00pm Roots Restaurant turns into a Taco Bar during Farmers Market. Saturday 22 June, 6.30pm Roots Restaurant: Stories from our Place: Otago Polytechnic, Bachelor of Culinary Arts 2012/13. Sharing knowledge series with Dunedin culinary students, eight course meal from 6.30pm, $100 per person. Please call or email to make a booking or enquire 03 328 7658 or email Sunday 23 June, 6.00pm Tommy Changs: invites you to a feast of meat, mulled wine and music. Part of the Festival of Lights. $30 per head. Tickets available at Tommy Changs, 48 London Street, Lyttelton. Limited seats available. Sunday 23 June, 6.00pm Roots Restaurant: Tea and food pairing with local tea guru, Jo Bind, from 6.00pm. Five courses with tea matches. $90 per person. Please call or email to make a booking or enquire 03 328 7658 or email Sunday 23 June, 8.00pm Coffee Culture host Peter Jackson’s “The Frightners” movie projected onto the outside of their building. How Lyttelton can you get? Filmed in Lyttelton this iconic comedy horror film is a must to see. BYO chairs, hats, coats and hot water bottles. Not to be missed.

For more details visit Project Lyttelton:

Special Events at ROOTS for Festival of Lights Weekend in Lyttelton June 20th-23rd 2013 Please call, email to make a booking or enquire within (03) 328 7658, Thursday June 20th 2013

Jo Burzynska wine tasting, 6 wines paired with canapes from 6 till 7, $50 per person Dinner by reservation Friday June 21st 2013 Street Party

Project Taco on the street serving up traditional tacos from 5pm till late Garden Light Tequila Bar in Roots Courtyard Saturday June 22nd 2013

Roots Restaurant turns into a Taco Bar during Farmers Market Stories from our Place: Otago Polytechnic, Bachelor of Culinary Arts 2012/13 : Sharing Knowledge series with Dunedin culinary students, 8 courses meal from 6:30pm $100 per person Sunday June 23rd 2013

Tea and Food pairing with local tea guru, Jo Bind, from 6pm, 5 courses with tea matches, $90 per person

Authentic Japanese martial arts for today.

You’ve always wanted to start a martial art... Right? Yes, well here’s one right on your doorstep.

What is it? :: The Bujinkan is a collection of 9 different schools

(including samurai and ninjutsu schools) which use a variety of skills, ideas and weapons to protect yourself and the people around you. Classes are taught in a safe, relaxed, friendly manner by a licensed Bujinkan instructor who has trained in several countries and travels to Japan to advance his own training. It’s through these connections that the instructor is able to pass on the art as it’s taught today. The best way to understand is to train, so grab a friend and turn up. Who can attend? :: Classes are open to both men and women aged 18 upwards. No previous martial arts experience is necessary, practitioners of other arts are also welcome. You don’t need to be fit or in your twenties to start. Bujinkan martial arts are unusual in that they can adapt to the practitioner rather than the other way round.

Regular classes contain following and more: Junan taiso: conditioning, flexibility, fitness. Ukemi: moving safely/rolling in any direction. Taijutsu: energy efficient movement. Dakentaijutsu: effective striking. Jutaijutsu: restraints, locks, takedowns. Buki: traditional and non weaponry.

I you know what this is If you’ll know how to use it y ffor those of you who don’t know what it is... k enjoy the maze. e

For more information about training times, location and cost visit or ring Shaun on 027 231 6881.


Qigong uses easy-to-learn movements to guide the mind to draw in and replenish Qi. The movements increase flexibility, balance and co-ordination, the Qi heals and energises, and the whole activity brings deep relaxation and a calm and focussed mind. This is also a Falls Prevention Programme.

LYTTELTON UNION PARISH CHURCH HALL TUESDAYS 10.15-11.15 am START 18 JUNE 2013 $5.00 per session


Notes from the Community Briefing on Norman Kirk Memorial Pool and Lyttelton Recreation Centre held on Wednesday 5 June at 6pm at Lyttelton Main School Hall, Oxford Street, Lyttelton Present:

Paula Smith, Chairperson, Lyttelton/Mt.Herbert Community Board Jeremy Agar, Lyttelton/Mt.Herbert Community Board Ann Jolliffe, Lyttelton/Mt.Herbert Community Board Ian Whitehead, Southern Area Recreation Manager, CCC Stuart Graham, Places and Spaces Manager, CCC David Lees, Facilities and Planning Project Manager Katy Jeffrey, Earthquake Recovery Community Advocate, CCC 38 Members of the Lyttelton community

An introduction and brief presentation were given. Items covered: • • • • • • • • •

Community facilities and an outline of the process for repair of facilities. Currently in steps three and four (of a 10 step process) with Lyttelton Recreation Centre and Norman Kirk Memorial Pool. Now at the step in the process where information is shared and options discussed. Started with Top 10 facilities, then Top 30, including Lyttelton Recreation Centre and Norman Kirk Memorial Pool. Concurrent insurance claims process and negotiation. Lyttelton Recreation Centre and Trinity Hall was designed in 1994. Recreation Centre is 15% NBS (New Building Standard) – especially the roof fixings. Trinity Hall is 11% NBS – severe structural weaknesses. Costs to repair/demolish/rebuild were covered.

Slides from the Presentation:

Discussion and questions from the floor, followed, and included: • Questions on why the facilities were closed • Comment on the attendance at the meeting; the timing unsuitable for some • Option to amalgamate with school facilities, link in with Ministry of Education? • Strip fund from Pool. Fix just the pool and the retaining wall? • Relevance of the buildings around the pool. • Community would like to see a breakdown of costs. • Frustration at the delay in getting to this point. • Question if part of the Recreation Centre building could be used now? Community needs space. • Question the priority of these projects - in the Top 30. • What outcome is wanted from the meeting? • Timeframes for the repairs • Community involvement in process • Extent of remediation • How a working party would be coordinated • Alternative facilities in meantime • Costs/time for repairing different sections of Recreation Centre • Insurance aspects • Recommendations from Community Board to Council are needed by September. • Alternative aquatic activities needed for children in interim – e.g. Corsair Bay • Option of merging two facilities. • Ease of access, proximity to school is not in line with a move. • Significance of the pool on its current site • Move process along, need something. • Extent of land damage

Summary and actions: • • • • • • • • •

Next meeting to be held Wednesday 19 June at 7.30pm All those present wish to be involved with Working Party. Request for a facilitator. Working Party will be tasked with discussing and prioritising options for the Community Board to recommend to Council Establish email network to communicate with everyone. (Facebook page – one started) Staff will put information in the Lyttelton Harbour Review to invite those who could not attend tonight. Willingness to merge facilities assessed as – For 15%, Against 85%, Rebuild Norman Kirk Memorial Pool on site assessed as – For 90%, Against 10% Community Board Chairperson will approach the Ministry of Education to discuss the option of a combined facility. Noted that Council funds have been set aside to top up insurance shortfalls. $140 million has been set aside, divided between roading/infrastructure and facilities. It is unlikely that this will be sufficient to cover all facilities and the Council will need to assess and allocate as appropriate. These funds can be used to cover the difference between the minimal 34% NBS and desired 67% NBS.

The meeting ended at 7.20 pm. Next meeting: 7.30 pm, Wednesday 19 June, at Lyttelton Main School Hall

Lyttelton’s Civic Square Suburban Centres Programme

Come along to the following drop-in sessions to view the draft design concepts and make a submission. ∤ 10am–1pm on Saturday, 15 June 2013 at the Lyttelton Farmers’ Market, London Street, Lyttelton ∤ 3pm–6pm on Tuesday, 18 June 2013 on the civic square site

For further information: ∤ email

Creating a civic square for Lyttelton together During development of the Lyttelton Master Plan the Lyttelton community asked for a civic square.* The Lyttelton/Mt Herbert Community Board, the community and the Council have been working together to develop the permanent design for Lyttelton’s civic square.

∤ phone Jennie Hamilton on 941 5207 ∤ post your comments to Freepost 178, Lyttelton’s Civic Square, Christchurch City Council, PO Box 73011, Christchurch 8154 – attention Jennie Hamilton.

Draft design concepts have now been developed by the Council’s Project Team on the basis of the community’s input so far. We now want your final feedback on the two concepts to find out your preferred design for the civic square. You can access the draft design concepts and submission forms from Monday 10 June 2013: • Online at In hard copy at • Lyttelton Library (18 Canterbury Street) • Lyttelton Service Centre (15 London Street) • Lyttelton Harbour Information Centre (20 Oxford Street) Your submission is needed by the Council before 5pm on Monday, 1 July 2013.

* The site, formerly occupied by Ground Café, the Albion Hotel and the Borough Council Offices, has been purchased by Christchurch City Council for this purpose.

12 June 2013  

Tors West Rock Stabilisation  17 – 28 June 2013    Rock stabilisation work will be carried out on the Tors West above the Summit Road, within the marked area  below, between 17 – 28 June.  You may hear the sound of explosives and drilling during this time.  Please note that tracks in this vicinity and Summit Road are currently closed to members of the public and other  unauthorised personnel, and this will continue during this time.  Due to the multiple hazards that are present  on this site, we may have some “exclusion zones” around the individual work sites.  Any further questions for Council officers can be directed to:  We look forward to your support through this part of the earthquake remediation works.  Any queries, please contact Martin Freeman – Site Supervisor on 021 270 6737 or email him on    Regards    Martin Freeman               

12 June 2013  

Urumau Reserve Rock Stabilisation    12 ‐ 20 June 2013   ROCK SCALING  Rock stabilisation work will be carried out above the Urumau Track within the marked area on the map  between 12 – 20 June 2013.    You may hear the sound of explosives and drilling during this time.  Please note that the track is currently closed to members of the public and other unauthorised personnel, and  this will continue during this time.  Due to the multiple hazards that are present on this site, we may have some  “exclusion zones” around the individual work sites.  Any further questions for Council officers can be directed to:  We look forward to your support through this part of the earthquake remediation works.  Any queries, please contact Martin Freeman – Site Supervisor on 021 270 6737 or email him on    Regards  Martin Freeman                 

Urumau Reserve Rock Stabilisation  ‐ location map        

June 2013

In this newsletter we would like to tell you about our campaign to help homeowners who have wood burners take responsibility for the amount of smoke they may be emitting in to the air this winter.

FAQs about Environment Canterbury’s smoky chimney campaign What is different about your approach to improving air quality this winter? We all know that we have to meet National Environmental Standards for air quality which have been set by the Government and which reflect World Health Organisation guide lines for levels of PM10.

What steps can people take to reduce the amount of smoke from their chimney? • Burn only dry seasoned wood. • Put rubbish in the bin, not on the fire. • Always burn untreated wood.

However, we also know that many of the complaints to the Pollution Hotline are about woodburners which are compliant as well those which are non-compliant. So as well as looking at the number of woodburners in the city, we need to focus on getting people to use their burner more efficiently so it is not adding pollution to the winter air.

• Don’t damp down the fire before you go to bed.

Why are you focusing on smoky chimneys?

• A low-smoke or no-smoke fire is one that is hot and burning brightly - a slow burning smouldering one produces lots of smoke. A hot fire will not only have less smoke, but will produce more heat and be more efficient.

• Smoke from home heating causes the majority of winter air pollution in Canterbury urban areas. • All chimneys make a difference to air quality. Everyone can make a difference and help clear the air. • Some people’s chimneys smoke far more than others, but many people don’t realise their chimney is smoky. • Cleaning up our air is a community effort. We can all play a part in helping our neighbours become aware of the issue and do something about it.

What do you want people who have wood burners to do? We want them to take ownership of the amount of smoke coming from their chimney. Many people whose chimney smokes a lot are not actually aware that this is happening. We want them to go outside, check out their chimney and then take steps to deal with the problem if it is smoking too much.

How do I know if my fire is burning properly? • When a fire is well underway, all you should see is a thin wisp of smoke or no smoke at all.

• Once you get the fuel right, you need to keep plenty of air moving through the fire, remember to refuel it before it goes out using wood which is dry enough and small enough to catch fire quickly. Don’t fill the fire full of big logs or it will smoulder away and smoke a lot.

They can also call the 24-hour Smoky Chimney Line on 080 329 276. All calls are confidential.

What happens after the call goes to the Smoky Chimney Line? First and foremost, we want to work with homeowners to fix the problem so we reduce the amount of smoke going into the air. All households with smoky chimneys will be contacted and sent information to help them reduce their smoke.

How else will you be dealing with people with smoky chimneys? Teams of observers will be out in the evening in Christchurch from mid-June through the coldest part of the winter, looking for excessively smoking chimneys. The team will leave a leaflet in the letterbox with tips to reduce smoke. Environment Canterbury officers will try to visit all these homeowners and talk them through the issue to help find a way to stop their chimney from polluting the air. Officers will follow up these homeowners to ensure they are taking the appropriate steps.

• It is easy to do the right thing - but it takes some preparation and some work.

What happens if there continue to be complaints?

What should people do if they see a smoky chimney in their neighbourhood?

We will follow our usual enforcement process. To date, most people have been willing to do what is required to solve the problem without the need to issue fines.

We know people are keen to help but want an easy way to let their neighbours know there is an issue. So they can go to the website where they can download a printable flier which they can drop into their neighbour’s letterbox. This lets the homeowner know their chimney is smoking too much and gives five easy tips for dealing with the problem. There are several things they can do.

Together we can improve our air

What can our organisational partners do to help our work this winter? We would like you to encourage your own staff and clients to check their own chimneys if they currently have a woodburner. We would appreciate if you could promote our website

“ c’mon get involved volunteering to build a stronger community

June 2013

Lyttelton Harbour Community Garage Sale All donations of good used, or new, household items greatly accepted at Project Lyttelton 54a Oxford Street. Please do not donate items that cannot be sold, as this increases our costs trying to take unwanted items to the charity barn, or worse still the rubbish depot. Governors Bay Pre-School Music Preschool music classes run on Thursday mornings during school term, 9:15 - 10am in the Governors Bay School library. Come and join us for singing, dancing and musical games. Cost $3.50. All under 5s welcome, please bring a grown-up with you. Contact Mel Dixon 329 9908. Lyttelton Community Association New members welcome. As an issues based organisation, we do not hold regular meetings. If you would like to be advised of when the next meeting will be held, or have an issue to discuss, please email us at or phone Ken Maynard 03 328 9553. Lyttelton Community House Meals for the elderly continue to be prepared and delivered daily. If you know of any elderly residents who need this service, or would like to volunteer to assist, please contact Christine or Courtenay 03 741 1427. Lyttelton Harbour Basin COMMUNITY Civil Defence New members welcome. Meets every third Wednesday of the month 7.00pm - 9.00pm at Lyttelton Main School. To become involved contact the acting Lyttelton leader Wendy Everingham 03 328 8359 or 021 047 6144 . Lyttelton Harbour Business Association For more details visit: Lyttelton Harbour Information Centre Monday to Saturday 10.00am to 4.00pm; Sunday 11.00am - 3.00pm. Lyttelton Harbour/Whakaraupo Issues Group Focus is to improve the natural environment and habitat of the harbour and harbour basin. Meetings are every second month. All welcome. Contact Claire Findlay (Chair) 03 328 8930, Melanie Dixon (Support) 03 329 9908 or visit Lyttelton Lions Meet on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at Community House at 7.30pm. Anyone interested in becoming involved, or anyone who would like to learn more about this organisation, is most welcome. Contact Mary Jamieson 03 328 8523 or Dave Evans 03 379 6675. Lyttelton Historical Museum Society Lyttelton Museum committee is developing a concept plan for the re-building of Lyttelton Museum . Meetings held once a month. New members, donations or any other support is welcomed. Lyttelton Museum, PO Box 95, Lyttelton. 328 8972 Lyttelton Reserves Management Committee Reserves Committee meets on a regular basis to make decisions about the management of the reserves. It organises weed control and planting programmes that include public and schools planting days. To be involved email the group at Lyttelton Time Bank Located within the Lyttelton Harbour Information Centre, 20 Oxford Street, open from 10.00am to 4.00pm, Monday to Friday. Or contact via email or phone the Information Centre on 03 328 9093. Lyttelton Toy Library Now at 25 Canterbury Street. Sessions every second Saturday 10.00am to 12noon. Range of 500+ toys for children aged 0-5 years. Toys large and small, ride-ons, puzzles, games and dress-ups to borrow. Join anytime $42.00 per year. Toy Librarian: Kimberly 03 384 8400 . Lyttelton Volunteer Fire Brigade Meets for training and maintenance every Thursday night from 7.00pm at the temporary station in the Lyttelton Port Company admin building car park, 56 Norwich Quay. If you are interested in joining, then pop on in. Lyttelton Youth Centre Youth Centre/Community House, 7 Dublin Street, Lyttelton. Contact Christine 03 741 1427 for further details. Plunket Playgroup The Plunket Playgroup can be found at Lyttelton Main School, every Monday and Wednesday, 10.00am to 12noon. 50 cents donation and everyone is welcome. Contact Jodi Rees 328 9246 and Andrea Solzer 328 9346 [note the phone numbers are very similar]. Project Lyttelton The Portal, 54a Oxford Street, Lyttelton [located behind the Swimming Pool]. Office 03 328 9243.

“ business directory support our local businesses

June 2013

Lyttelton Abbraccia Bellydance Acupuncture Therapy Alexander Technique Alterations and Ironing Service Bank of New Zealand Banks Peninsula Accounting Beauty by Carly Bells Pharmacy Body Kinetics - Gym | Fitness Christchurch Council Service Centre Christchurch Yoga Coastal Living / Picture Framers Coffee Culture Dandy Designs - Web|Business Develop Diamond Harbour Ferry Dockside Apartments Everest Indian Restaurant Fishermans Wharf Freemans Restaurant Frog Web Works God Save The Queen Ground | Gourmet Foods, Catering Harbour Co-Op Harris & Turner Hands on Health | Nutrition Massage Himalaya Design Home Based Child Care Home Based Education Irish Pub Jack Tar Sailing Land Arch Landscape Architects London Fish and Chips London Street Books London Street Dairy Leslies Bookshop Lyttel Beauty Lyttelton Bakery Lyttelton Builders Limited - Office and Yard Lyttelton Harbour Information Centre Lyttelton Library Lyttelton Health Centre Lyttelton Physiotherapy Lyttelton Recreation Centre Lyttelton Sea Foods Lyttelton Service Station Lyttelton Shuttle Lyttelton ‘Top’ Club Mac Todd Solicitors

41 Voelas Road [West School] 18 Oxford Street Private Address Oxford Street 56 London Street PO Box 83, Lyttelton Private Address 50 London Street Oxford Street 15 London Street Private Address 34 London Street 18 London Street Private Address B Jetty, Lyttelton Wharf 22 Sumner Road 2 London Street 39 Norwich Quay 47 London Street 14 Winchester Street 33 London Street Lyttelton Farmers Market 12 London Street 8 London Street Private Address 20 London Street Private Address Private Address 17a London Street West Side, No.7 Wharf 13 Exeter Street 34 London Street Pending New Location 34 London Street 18 Oxford Street 32 Voelas Road 6 Norwich Quay 16 Canterbury Street 65 London Street 35 London Street 18 Oxford Street 18 Oxford Street 25 Winchester Street 6 Norwich Quay 1 Canterbury Street Airport, Tours, Anywhere 23 Dublin Street 50 London Street

03 328 8883 03 328 9053 03 328 8968 Private No. 0800 80 04 68 03 328 7231 Private No. 03 328 8314 03 328 7002 03 941 8999 03 328 8889 03 328 7350 03 328 7080 03 328 8646 03 328 9078 03 325 5707 03 328 8185 03 328 7530 03 328 7517 Private No. 03 328 9430 022 476 8633 03 328 8544 03 328 7358 Private No. 03 328 7600 03 328 7217 03 328 9229 03 328 8085 03 389 9259 03 328 8882 03 328 8819 03 328 8088 03 328 7358 03 328 8292 03 328 7093 03 328 9004 03 328 9305 03 328 9093 03 941 7923 03 328 7309 03 328 8111 03 941 5656 03 328 7628 03 328 8749 Private No. 03 328 8740 03 328 9992

Paige 021 999 848 Robin Kerr Belinda Walker Wendy De Backer 021 0288 1466 Trish, Kelly, Donna Chris 021 280 0086 Carly 021 294 5676 Jen 027 204 1224 Debbie/Patricia Rebecca 021 071 0336 Grant / Kathy Parminder Singh

Graeme 027 473 5018 Wed-Sun 10.00am to 4.00pm Mon - Sat 10am to 6pm Rebecca 027 494 6349 Open 7 Days 10am - 4pm Marcia 021 236 1682 Jen Skjellerup Ross, Janet, Roger and Sandy Mike Rossouw

Open 7 Days Peter Tocker 021 862 537

Linda 021 254 4986 Ray Blake 021 43 66 50

“ business directory support our local businesses

June 2013

Lyttelton [continued] Maids of Ink Min Sarginson Real Estate Mondo Vino Orbit Architecture PedalOn Bicycle Service Port Electric : Computer Appliance Repair Port Hills Auto Centre Porthole Bar Portico Port View Restaurant Professionals Real Estate Project Lyttelton Office Pynenburg and Collins | Architects Ray White Real Estate Roots Rossouw Window Cleaning SAMO Coffee Sno Clothes and Milly May Special Branch NZ | Arborist Storm Hairdressing Tailored Portraits | Photography Thea Mickell Services Ltd | Fundraising The Mindful Body The Rookery Time to Resolve | Mediation Service View Hairdressing Volcano Radio World Organics Skincare

31 London Street 53 London Street 42 Norwich Quay 5 Norwich Quay 2 Exeter Street Private Address 42a Norwich Quay 40 London Street 48 London Street 23 Dublin Street 36 London Street 54a Oxford Street PO Box 80, Lyttelton 47 London Street 8 London Street Private Address 3 Canterbury Street 8a London Street Hawkhurst Road 34 London Street Cressy Terrace Private Address Private Address Ross Terrace Private Address Private Address Private Address Private Address

03 328 9263 03 328 7273 03 328 7744 03 328 9294 03 328 9246 03 328 8099 03 328 9980 Private No. 03 328 8088 03 328 8740 03 328 7707 03 328 9243 Private No. 03 331 6757 03 328 7658 03 389 9259 Private No. 03 328 8584 03 328 8303 03 328 8859 03 328 7122 03 384 7547 03 328 9923 03 328 8038 03 328 8219 Private No. 03 328 8566 03 328 7446

Basement Level Min Sarginson 027 432 0327

Rawhiti Street 2 Waipapa Avenue Waipapa Avenue 2a Waipapa Avenue 2e Waipapa Avenue Marine Drive Waipapa Avenue 10 Rawhiti Street Private Address

03 329 4303 03 329 4854 03 328 9078 03 329 4402 03 329 4880 03 329 4730 03 329 4464 03 329 4773 03 329 3254 Open 7 Days till 5.30pm

18 Bay Heights 52 Main Road 79 Main Road Bamfords Road

03 329 9970 03 329 9433 03 329 9825 03 329 9788

Neave Ross-Wallace

Neil Aitken 021 155 5601 021 055 6865 Ken 021 117 6848 Mike 021 328 977 [Tue-Sun] Tue-Sun 10am - 4pm Wed-Sun + Sat-Sun Brunch Lynnette Baird 021 224 6637 Sue-Ellen Simon 021 163 7193 Marie | Daisy Christy | Guilio 021 120 8083 Mike 0274 355 239 Open 7 Days Heather Tim 022 091 9202 Sally | Kat Gillian Taylor 021 047 4415 Thea 027 607 7282 Janet 027 368 6515 Angus | Rene Chantal 022 618 8532 Megan 027 488 5173 Nicki 027 423 9455

Diamond Harbour Bronwen Jones– Writing and PR Services Chalfont Cafe | D.Harbour Country Store Diamond Harbour Ferry Diamond Harbour Medical Centre Godley House Cafe Orton Bradley Park Snowdrop Cottage Children’s Store Shunyata Retreat | Day Spa Thrive: Chiropractic, Acupuncture, Nutrition Open 7 Days 9.00am - 5.00pm Mark and Lou Warren

Governors Bay At Home Childcare Limited Governors Bay Hotel She Chocolat Living Springs

“ bite size

fresh n fabulous places to dine June 2013

Brunch Chalfont Cafe Coffee Culture Freemans Restaurant Godley House Cafe Governors Bay Hotel Port View Restaurant SAMO Coffee She Chocolat

2 Waipapa Avenue 18 London Street 47 London Street 2e Waipapa Avenue 52 Main Road 23 Dublin Street 3 Canterbury Street 79 Main Road

Diamond Harbour Lyttelton Lyttelton Diamond Harbour Governors Bay Lyttelton Lyttelton Governors Bay

03 329 4854 03 328 7080 03 328 7517 03 329 4880 03 329 9433 03 328 8740 Private No. 03 329 9825

9am Monday to Saturday 8am Open Every Day 9am Saturday | 10am Sunday 9am Wednesday to Sunday 8am Open 7 Days 9am Saturday | 9am Sunday 8am Open 7 Days 10am Weekdays | 9am Weekends

Lunch Chalfont Cafe Everest Indian Restaurant Fishermans Wharf Freemans Restaurant Godley House Cafe Governors Bay Hotel Irish Pub Lyttelton Bakery Porthole Bar Port View Restaurant Roots SAMO Coffee She Chocolat

2 Waipapa Avenue 2 London Street 39 Norwich Quay 47 London Street 2e Waipapa Avenue 52 Main Road 17a London Street 6 Norwich Quay 40 London Street 23 Dublin Street 8 London Street 3 Canterbury Street 79 Main Road

Diamond Harbour Lyttelton Lyttelton Lyttelton Diamond Harbour Governors Bay Lyttelton Lyttelton Lyttelton Lyttelton Lyttelton Lyttelton Lyttelton

03 329 4854 03 328 8185 03 328 7530 03 328 7517 03 329 4880 03 329 9433 03 328 8085 03 328 9004 021 328 977 03 328 8740 03 328 7658 Private No. 03 329 9825

Monday to Saturday Open Every Day Tuesday to Sunday Saturday | Sunday Wednesday to Sunday Open Every Day Open Every Day Monday to Saturday Open Every Day Wednesday to Sunday from 11am Thursday | Friday Monday to Sunday from Open Every Day

Dinner Everest Indian Restaurant Fishermans Wharf Freemans Restaurant Godley House Cafe Governors Bay Hotel Irish Pub Porthole Bar Port View Restaurant Roots Tommy Chang’s

2 London Street 39 Norwich Quay 47 London Street 2e Waipapa Avenue 52 Main Road 17a London Street 40 London Street 23 Dublin Street 8 London Street 48 London Street

Lyttelton Lyttelton Lyttelton Diamond Harbour Governors Bay Lyttelton Lyttelton Lyttelton Lyttelton Lyttelton

03 328 8185 03 328 7530 03 328 7517 03 329 4880 03 329 9433 03 328 8085 Private No. 03 328 8740 03 328 7658 Private No.

Parminder Singh Tuesday to Sunday Open Every Day Friday | Saturday Open Every Day Open Every Day Open Every Day Wednesday to Sunday Tuesday to Saturday Wednesday to Sunday

Take Away Everest Indian Restaurant Fishermans Wharf London Street Fish and Chips Lyttelton Bakery Lyttelton Sea Foods Port View Restaurant

2 London Street 39 Norwich Quay 34 London Street 6 Norwich Quay 6 Norwich Quay 23 Dublin Street

Lyttelton Lyttelton Lyttelton Lyttelton Lyttelton Lyttelton

03 328 8185 03 328 7530 03 328 8819 03 328 9004 03 328 7628 03 328 8740

4pm - 8pm Every Day 11am - 8pm Tue to Sun 11am - 8pm Every Day 7am - 3pm Mon to Sat 11am - 8pm Every Day 4pm - 8pm Wed to Sun

BYO Mondo Vino

42 Norwich Quay


03 328 7744

10am Open Every Day

Create Your Own Chalfont Cafe [General Store] Harbour Co-Op Harris & Turner Lyttelton Farmers Market London Street Dairy

2 Waipapa Avenue 12 London Street 8 London Street On London Street 34 London Street

Diamond Harbour Lyttelton Lyttelton Lyttelton Lyttelton

03 329 4854 03 328 8544 03 328 7358 03 328 9243 03 328 7358

9am Open Every Day 9am Open Every Day Mon - Sat 10am to 6pm 10am Every Saturday 8am Open Every Day

accommodation “ places to stay around the harbour

June 2013


Canterbury Street Apartment. Fully renovated one bedroom apartment ideal for short term or holiday stay accommodation. Completely self contained with separate living space, kitchenette, bedroom and bathroom. Spread over two floors this furnished apartment will feel like a home away from home. Tariff from $120 per night. Phone Gloria 03 328 7065 or mobile 022 073 0014. Dockside Apartments. Three private apartments enjoying harbour views and available for casual holiday or short term occupancy. Scenic and close to London Street, an ideal option for friends or family. Options range from studio; one bedroom or two bedroom apartment. Tariff from $90 - $120 per night. Phone Grant or Kathy 03 325 5707 or view more details online No.1 Apartment. Warm two bedroom apartment with magnificent harbour views available for holiday or short term accommodation. Undercover parking. Tariff $120 per night with minimum three night stay. Longer rates available on enquiry. Phone Linda 03 328 9128 or 021 254 4986. Randolph Apartment. Private two bedroom modern apartment with superb views across Lyttelton available for holiday or short term accommodation. Apartment features private spa, off street parking and all the mod-cons including WIFI. Tariff from $120.00 per day, with minimum three night stay. Longer term rates available. Phone Heather 03 328 8585 or 03 328 8584. The Rookery. Built in 1866 The Rookery Bed and Breakfast is one of the oldest surviving local cottages, with wonderful panoramic views of the historic port town of Lyttelton. Three renovated rooms are available; one with ensuite facilities. Tariff from $115 to $160 per night. Phone Angus or Rene Macpherson on 03 328 8038 or view more details on line

Diamond Harbour 

Bryneth's Cottage located on Purau Avenue. Luxury room, queen bed and spa bath. cooked breakfast or brunch. Only available Friday to Monday $200 per night. Phone 03 329 4728 or 021 315 609 Diamond Harbour Lodge is the place to relax, enjoy and unwind. Harbour sea views, spacious rooms, TV/DVD, CD player, large selection of books, games, free wireless internet, fridge, microwave, under floor heating in bathroom, heated towel rail, linden leaves toiletries, towelling bath robes. Robyn and Pete Hedges 3 329 4005 or visit www.diamondharbour Manaaki Eco Farmstay Purau offers self contained ensuite accommodation. One or two bedrooms with spacious fully equipped kitchen/living in a beautiful rural setting overlooking Purau Bay. Holiday (min 2 nights) or longer term rates available. Contact Wendy ph 329 3202 or view us online The Old Exchange Bed and Breakfast right in the heart of the Village at 2 Waipapa Avenue. Two queen sized bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, own private entrance, sea views and within walking distance of the Ferry. Contact Jill 03 329 4275 or mobile 027 482 6014. Orton Bradley Park offer self contained camper van sites for overnight stays. Services include 15 powered sites; treated drinking water; toilet blocks and dump site, with the golf club and tennis court next door. Fees start from $15.00 per night for two persons, with additional adults at $6.00 per night. Contact 03 329 4730.

Governors Bay 

Camellia Cottage Bed and Breakfast is a self contained cottage in a lovely garden setting. Room $110 per night double or $75 per night for a single. Contact Faye, 30 Zephyr Terrace, Governors Bay 03 329 9119 Governors Bay Bed and Breakfast offers a place to relax and rejuvenate on nine acres to bush side paradise beside the harbour. Furnished room with ensuite bathroom and separate sitting area also available for short term rent for those seeking emergency accommodation. For more details contact Eva on 03 329 9727, or view on line Governors Bay Hotel restored to it’s former glory and offers six guest rooms located on the first floor level. All rooms renovated with 32 inch flat screen televisions, queen size beds, free wifi, heaters and vanities. Four rooms with direct verandah access with views over the Lyttelton harbour. Contact 03 329 9433 or view more details on line: Governors Bay Studio is an upmarket studio with ensuite, wifi, sky television, kitchenette. Located by the water and beach. Lovely garden setting. Bed and breakfast $180 - $200 per night. Preferable short stays 2-3 nights. Contact Rosie Belton 027 228 7019. Living Springs offer an array of accommodation options from fully service private rooms, studios, twin rooms, shared bunkrooms to outdoor camping. Also available are some powered caravan sites. All rooms are clean, comfortable and well maintained for your relaxation. Contact Living Springs on 03 329 9788 or view more details on line:

“ harbour vibe

what’s on around the harbour this week June 2013

19 Wednesday Plunket Play Group Community Garden Art Exhibition Bunjinkan Classes Community Meeting Meditation | Buddhism 20 Thursday Governors Bay Pre-School Music Lyttelton Mt Herbert Community Board Stories After Dark Lyttelton Volunteer Fire Brigade Governors Bay Volunteer Fire Brigade Contra Dance Night Al Park Live Music Thursday

10.00am 10.00am 6.00pm 7.00pm 7.30pm 7.30pm 9.15am 1.30pm 6.30pm 7.00pm 7.00pm 7.30pm 8.00pm

Lyttelton Main School The Portal, 54a Oxford Street Godley Cafe, Diamond Harbour Union Church, Winchester Street Lyttelton Main School The Portal, 54a Oxford Street

All Welcome. Andrea Solzer 328 9346 Shared lunch from 12.00pm Supporting Local Artists Contact Shaun 027 231 6881 Update on Rec. Centre and Swimming Pool No Booking Required | $10

Governors Bay School Library Lyttelton Service Centre Lyttelton Library Lyttelton Fire Station Governors Bay Fire Station Private Address, Cass Bay Porthole Bar, London Street

All Under 5s Welcome with Adult | $3.50 All Welcome. Ideal for children 5yr to 10 yr Weekly Training | New Members Welcome Weekly Training | New Members Welcome Contact Bill 03 328 8985 | $5 Live Music Thursday | Free

21 Friday Baby Time Lyttelton Harbour Festival of Lights

10.30am 5.30pm

Lyttelton Library, London Street London Street

Stories, Rhymes, Activities | Under 2yrs old Event Programme:

22 Saturday Lyttelton Art Space Lyttelton Farmers Market Lyttelton Garage Sale Lyttel Book Fair Plenty to Share Lyttelton Rugby Club Barn Dance Mundi Live

10.00am 10.00am 10.00am 10.00am 7.30pm 7.30pm

6 London Street, Lyttelton London Street, Lyttelton The Portal, 54a Oxford Street The Portal, 54a Oxford Street Cnr London and Canterbury Recreation Grounds Naval Point Club Diamond Harbour

Photography, Painting, Sketches and More Fresh produce; Live Music; Buskers and More Second Hand Bargains and More Second Hand Book Fair, Open Until 2pm Bring, Exchange and Share Food Club Day with Rugby Matches and BBQs Fundraising Event | $30 non members Live Music Event

23 Sunday Lyttel Soccer Combined Church Service Live Jazz Sundays St Josephs Worker Catholic Church Documentary Film Night Marlon Williams Farewell

10.00am 10.00am 3.00pm 5.30pm 5.30pm 7.00pm

Rugby Soccer Grounds Union Church, Winchester Street Freemans, London Street 21 Exeter Street, Lyttelton Union Chapel, Winchester Street Naval Point Club

End of Godley Quay: Ages 3-9 All Welcome All Welcome Carmel Courtney Live | Free All Welcome LIFT Library: Transition 2 $10 Farewell Celebration for Marlon

24 Monday Plunket Play Group Lyttelton Harbour Network Meeting

10.00am 1.30pm

Lyttelton Main School Lyttelton Top Club

All Welcome. Andrea Solzer 328 9346 Community Group Networking

25 Tuesday Story Time Lyttelton Health Qigong for Seniors Community House Shared Lunch Lyttelton Harbour Business Association Lyttelton St John Youth Division Artists Showcase Open Mic Night

10.00am 10.12am 12.00pm 5.30pm 6.00pm 7.30pm

Lyttelton Library, London Street Union Church, Winchester Street Comm.House, 7 Dublin Street Freemans Restaurant St John Ambulance Station Wunderbar, London Street

Stories, Rhymes, Activities | 2-4yr olds Geraldine Parkes 03 328 7284 Make new friends Sponsor MacTodd 52 London St, Lyttelton Sing, Play, Quote or Entertain

Lyttelton Harbour Review is proudly sponsored by: Lynnette Baird - Lyttelton’s resident Professionals Real Estate Agent Lynnette Baird | Licensed Real Estate Agent P: 03 328 7707 M: 021 224 6637 E: W:

Professionals Kennard Real Estate Limited MREINZ

Lyttelton Harbour Review Ed 87  

Weekly publication developed by Lynnette Baird from Professionals Real Estate and Wendy Everingham of the Lyttelton Harbour Information Cent...

Read more
Read more
Similar to
Popular now
Just for you