Inside this issue: Frews Journey Toward A Century
Darﬁeld Physio & Gym
Trio Dances To Success
Primary Focus Day
Tribute Show At Oxford 6 McHugh’s Forest Park
Glentunnel Eco-Warriors 7 Carbon Farming Event
Malvern Spinners & Weavers Drop-In Day
Na ve Plan ng in Kirwee 9 ‘She Shears’ Coming To Darﬁeld
Windwhistle Golf Classic 11 Sports Results
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forty one, New Zealand riders did. “His passion and love for race got him through this tough hurdle,” Lisa commented. Tyler has some exciting and challenging races coming up, as
Local Motocross rider Tyler Wiremu has recently returned from Manawatu, after competing in the 2019 Junior Motocross Nationals, held from April 26th 28th. “It was an intense three days of racing for Tyler,” commented Tyler’s mum, Lisa Wintour. Wintour The event consisted of seven races in total over the three days. Despite coming first in the first race, Tyler had tough, but exciting, challenges competing with forty one of the best of the best in the 85cc, 12-13 year old class. This culminated in a fantastic second overall finish. Tyler had a near accident in the third race which resulted in his knee twisting, however medics onsite checked him out and gave him the all-clear to keep racing. Sore, but determined to keep going, Tyler finished all his races, something not all the top,
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he will be racing in the Hattah Desert Race in Australia in two months time. “Last year he came third in this event which is a fantastic result as training for this race is impossible, due to New Zealand
having no deserts. He is also racing in the Australian supercross later in the year,” Lisa concluded.
To follow and keep up with Tyler’s career see his Instagram page: @_tyler_38
Tyler in action at the 2019 Junior Motocross Nationals recently. Photo credit: Amy Bell Photography.
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Evan Frew taking the first copy of the Frew’s history book off the printing press on Friday, May 3rd. Residents in the Malvern News area are very familiar with the iconic Frew’s brown trucks and the business hub at the entrance to Darfield. The brown trucks have been a feature for many years. In 2021 Frew’s transport and contracting businesses will be celebrating 100 years of operation. In anticipation of this occasion an ‘open day’ will be held at the Darfield yard on June, 15th this year when a 270 page, wellresearched, and generouslyillustrated ‘coffee table’ book, ‘Frew’s Journey’, written by one of the founder’s grandsons, Evan Frew, Frew will be launched. Evan has been working on the book for four years to ensure it would be ready in plenty of time for the centennial. Frew’s Journey is the story of four generations of the Frew family leading the business through many changes and challenges. Three great grandsons lead the businesses today. It was in 1921, in the busy village of Greendale, that Edgar Frew bought into the transport business that became McCrostie and Frew. Edgar had already been driving the traction engine - the steam ‘hauler’ - that was the centre of this new business. There were no trucks in those days - it would be nearly a decade before the first truck was purchased. Following World War II, the business, with some trepidation, moved its base of operations to Darfield. It was located first, for a short time, on the eastern corner of Bray Street and South Terrace, before moving to the eastern corner of Thornton and Cardale Streets. In 1967 it moved to the present site on Mathias Street. The purchase of Oxford Transport Services Ltd in 1971 established Frews on the north
side of the Waimakariri with Oxford, Rangiora and Amberley each having depots. In Christchurch the first demolition (The Christchurch Gas Company) was in 1972 and the purchase of the significant transport business of A E Nevell in 1981 provided a physical base in the City, as well as extending transport operations there. A E Nevell had its own long history, originally delivering meat to City butchers using special dust-proof wagons, pulled by horses. Evan realised the importance of recording the history of the business for the benefit of both present and future generations of the family and many others who would be interested. He also recognised that members of his generation were the last who could write the story with a personal understanding. Evan had joined the business in 1960 and was involved with his father, John Frew, Frew as a school boy prior to that. He eventually came to the realisation that he needed to ‘volunteer’ for the writing task. John Frew, provided invaluable information for the first forty years of the company’s story. Fortunately, Evan’s wife, Maureen, Maureen had encouraged her father-in-law to write about his memories and, when John’s eyesight failed, he recorded further recollections on a tape recorder. Frew’s Journey tells a fascinating story - a journey stretching from the steam driven transport of 100 years ago to the huge, sophisticated, present day truck and trailer rigs of more than fifty tonnes. Frew’s Journey will be launched at a public function and open day at Frew’s, Darfield.
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Darfield Physiotherapy and Gym would like to welcome Craig Calcott to their team. Craig was born and bred in Darfield and has fifteen years of experience working in both New Zealand and the United Kingdom in a wide range of areas including Sports Physiotherapy, PostOperative rehabilitation and return to work programmes. He has qualifications in Acupuncture, Dry Needling, Strength and Conditioning Training and Vocational Rehabilitation and has special interest in Shoulder Pain and Lower Back Rehabilitation. Craig can competently treat a wide
range of patients from Professional Athletes and Weekend Warriors to Older Persons’ Health. His leisure interests are mountain biking, snowboarding and spending time with his young family. Darfield Physiotherapy and Gym is a local institution and has been operating since 1986. Business owners Matthew Brettkelly and Steph Neutze have owned Darfield Physio and Gym for the last eighteen years. The current business has four experienced Physiotherapists in the team (Candace Candace McGirr, McGirr Alessandra Clarke, Clarke Craig Calcott and Matthew Brettkelly) Brettkelly each
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“Do you have artworks that you’re looking to re-home but you’re not sure of the best way to do this? Selwyn Gallery are looking for expressions of interest for the ‘The Re-sale’, showing from Friday, June 28th until Thursday, July 25th 2019,” said Katrina Ellis, Ellis Malvern Community Arts Council, (MCAC) Arts’ Administrator.
The Darfield Gallery has space for up to sixty pieces of preloved or previously exhibited artwork. “All pieces must be original artwork, signed and ready to hang, freestanding or able to be placed on a plinth, no larger than 450mm x 450mm,” Katrina explained. “All works are to be submitted for review by our
voluntary Gallery Committee, no later than Monday, June 10th, 2019.” Pricing of works is entirely up to the owners, but Selwyn Gallery is happy to help advise, taking Gallery commission and an entry fee into account.
Over the school holidays Tara Marshall Dance World’s (TMDW) Performance Dancers were kept busy competing in competitions in Christchurch. They took to the stage in the JT Dancers competition held at Riccarton High School and the C.T.D.T.A (Christchurch Tap Dance Teachers Association) competition held at Villa Maria. While all students did the School proud a special mention goes to TMDW’s three Performance Boys; Eddie Adams, Adams Liam Morris and Barnaby Maude. Maude The boys took out first place with their Hip Hop trio at both competitions! At the JT Dancers’ event the boys were in a tough class competing in an any-age solo
duo or trio. The Boys’ trio were up against eleven other incredible dances, of a mixed variety. The Boys took out first place with 87 points. The judges loved their costume, strong physicality and well suited choreography. In this same competition both Barnaby and Eddie competed in Hip Hop Solos where Barnaby placed third and Eddie placed fourth. At the second competition C.T.D.T.A the boys took out first place again with a score of 85.5. The judges loved their style, energy and tricks! Barnaby and Eddie are in their seventh year at TM Dance World and Liam is in his eighth year. They are involved in the Senior Hip Hop Highlights programme which sees them train in the TMDW studio in Hip Hop and Acrobatics weekly. The boys are a part of the School’s Senior Hip Hop Performance Team and they sit Hip Hop examinations annually. This year Barnaby and Eddie are training to sit Level 6 while Liam is training to sit Level 8! The Boys’ trio, choreographed by studio Director Tara McKeown, McKeown has seen them win numerous awards. In 2018 they
placed first in several competitions, as well as winning the Darfield High School and Ellesmere College combined Talent Quest. Tara is looking forward to having the boys dance in the Showcase National Dance Championships held in Christchurch in January 2020 - a nice way to finish off another successful competition season. I love seeing these three guys dance - they all have their own individual style but they work amazingly together. We always work to create a high-energy, strong, fun, routine for their audience! Who said Boys couldn't dance?!
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(L-R) Barnaby Maude, Liam Morris and Eddie Adams who have had great success recently.
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Primary Focus ran its annual event with Hororata Primary School on May, 10th 2019. Primary Focus is a group of Future Leaders from Lincoln University who run these events to promote all-round wellbeing within rural communities. They provide an opportunity for farming families to participate in activities which involve the whole family. This is to establish habits which will make each family unit stronger and help to realise that you don’t always have to go out the farm gate to take time off. It’s all about appreciating the simple things in life. The farmland around Hororata School is predominately corporate owned dairy farms. This has a large impact on the School with families constantly arriving and leaving mid-year following the dairy calendar. Hororata’s principal, Marty Gameson loved our idea of bringing the community together for an action-packed day. Our day had two important aspects to it; the events that ran at home, and those that ran on the actual day. Students and parents working together were invited to enter three competitions whose processes were judged by photo on the day; Dads’ baking, Mums’ sculpture and family photo. The entries were incredible and the feed back was positive. One parent commented that it was the first cake her husband and child had made together and they absolutely had a ball. This feedback sums up the whole purpose of entering the competitions; taking time out and spending it with family. There were five mechanisms used to structure the events during the day: ‘Be Active’, ‘Take Notice’, ‘Keep Learning’, ‘Give’ and ‘Connect’. All activities were based around these. Organisers appreciated the support and assistance of their amazing sponsors. Marty summarised up our event by saying at the end of the day; “Primary Focus is all about our community. It brings together the whole community, we had grandparents in wheelchairs through to very little children who aren’t even at School yet. It is not about the School only, it’s about the wider community and it is an event we would love to
see continue every year.” “The Year 4-6 children also ran several 50 cent enterprise stalls which took place over lunch time and these were a
resounding success,” commented a spokesperson for Hororata School.
Freddie Gibson, Spokesperson for Primary Focus.
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A fantastic night of entertainment was had by all at the Oxford Club on Saturday, May 4th for the Cher and Tina Turner with Austin Powers Tribute Show. An enthusiastic crowd danced the night away to Cher and Tina's rocking tunes until the mid-night hour at the Club. ‘Stars In Your Eyes’ finalists Emmeline Pitcher as Cher and Cindy Filo as Tina Turner sang all the known and loved hits and at times sounded uncannily like the original artists. Interacting and getting amongst the crowd, standing and singing on table tops, they did it all, and to a packed dance floor. Gary Brown as Austin Powers showed once again why he is considered one of New Zealand’s top comedians and dancers. Austin's specialty of non-stop humour, boundless energy, coupled with some
amazing synchronised dance moves entranced the large crowd. To top it off ‘Austin’ is also a great singer giving his unique interpretations to everpopular crowd-pleasing songs.
McHugh’s Forest Park has come a long way in the five years since the initial community sessions, held at Darfield High School. Les Hurford has done a wonderful job, along with other volunteers. The main track has been metalled and is now very well-used. The mountain bike tracks have been carefully developed by volunteers and high school students, and the winding tracks provide a variety of w a l ki n g an d b i k i ng environments to locals and the many who travel to use McHugh’s Forest Park. The Selwyn District Council wants the community to help it
prioritise future work at McHugh’s and Mayor Sam Broughton, along with local councillors Bob Mugford and John Morten will be at the Forest this weekend with Council staff to hear what the community thinks about the Park. Mayor Sam commented that the Council has done some good work at the Forest, however future work now needs to be prioritised, based on the community’s feedback. “We’ve created a great place for people to walk, ride a bike and enjoy the outdoors. We have some funding to go towards
“Another top night’s entertainment at the Oxford Club - the home of live entertainment,” reported Kyle Scott, Scott for the Oxford Club.
Above: Gary Brown as Austin Powers at the recent Tribute Show held at the Oxford club on May 4th.
more infrastructure like picnic benches within the Forest, or even an off-leash dog exercise area,” he added. “A New Zealand Falcon was spotted in the Park last week; bird life is an important aspect of the Park experience and we are keen to hear if there are things that could enhance this further. All ideas are welcome and there will be tea and coffee available also,” Sam concluded.
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The Year 3-4 class at Glentunnel School have been looking at the effects of single use plastics on our environment. After watching a video and seeing animals dying the students decided they could make a difference. Our first project was to make beeswax food wraps to replace plastic wrap in lunchboxes. At the moment 90% of the class has zero plastic in their lunchboxes. Our entrepreneurial students wanted to do more and decided that they could sell these. As a class we decided we could have a stall at the Hororata Night Glow. We are calling it “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and REFUSE plastic.” There are easy things we can all do to reduce the amount of plastic waste in our environment. We all need to re-think what we buy. Using bars of soap rather than plastic bottles filled with liquid soap, using bamboo toothbrushes, cotton buds and clothes pegs, and buying food in glass bottles and tins rather than plastic. Our stall is not just about raising money for the School, it is about educating people. A lady from Eco-educate came in and taught us about recycling and
made us aware of how much waste goes to landfill. So much of this waste can be recycled, reused or composted. She showed us how to reuse items like soft toys and t-shirts to make other things. She also taught us about the power of worm farms. We want to pass on this knowledge. Another initiative at Glentunnel School is Zero Waste Thursdays. The Year 3-4 class is running a competition to try to reduce the amount of plastic waste in lunchboxes across the School. Each Thursday every child’s lunchbox is checked. The winning class, the class with the least amount of plastic, receives some easy homemade snacks made by the class, (recipes are also published in the newsletter). These are to encourage parents to make lunchbox snacks rather than buying expensive individually wrapped muesli bars and biscuits. Before the competition started, every child was given a reusable sandwich bag made by the students (and some parents) and information about how to have a zero waste lunch box. It is inspiring to see the next
generation being so aware and pro-active. I have had students talking to managers in restaurants requesting they get rid of plastic straws. The following week when they returned, the restaurant was using paper straws. As a society we can change our thinking and start refusing to buy items with excessive plastic packaging and hopefully people can be more aware about how and what to recycle. Did you know that anything that is not clean in the recycling bin goes to landfill? Every household should be composting food and green waste. People need to be thinking about buying second hand rather than new and trying to fix items rather than throwing them away. Anyone going to the Hororata Night Glow, can come to visit our stall and support our passionate young eco-warriors.
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Carbon Farming - just a green initiative to plant trees on your property, right? There are an incredible range of opportunities to get involved in carbon farming. Farming to maximise production across all your land classes, increase revenue streams and on-farm profitability through additional commodity production and market trading. Improve conservation, biodiversity, environmental and recreational on farm values, all with the cobenefit of reducing your industry, country and global green-house gas emissions? Have you thought about how climate change may affect your businesses, your environment, your way of life and your children’s future for farming? Carbon farming is one of the great answers to this question, with minimal farm management changes, and tonne’s of additional benefits. With agriculture’s contribution to reducing New Zealand’s Greenhouse Gas emissions being to reduce biological methane by 10% by 2030 from 2017 levels, have you thought
about what your opportunities are in order to be a part of this change? The AgriBusiness Group welcomes Canterbury farmers to attend one of three Carbon Farming seminars (Glenavy, Ashburton, Darfield) to understand the science, policy, and market opportunities that exist to farmers in Canterbury. The seminars are an initiative through the Canterbury Regional Economic Development Strategy managed by the Canterbury Mayoral Forum. The Strategy is in place to explore and inform different ways of increasing the productivity and economic development of the greater Canterbury region. We have teamed up with respected guest speakers, Dr Anita Wreford from the Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit and Dave Janett from Forest Management Services, who will present their wealth of knowledge on the topic and provide answers to the many questions of carbon farming. The workshops will also include presentations from local farmers who will share their
The Malvern Spinners and Weavers meet at 10am in the St Joseph’s Parish Centre on the second Monday of each month. The group is affiliated to Creative Fibre, a New Zealand national body that promotes all fibre-crafts and they welcome all fibre crafters; not just spinners and weavers. This month the Malvern Spinners and Weavers are hosting a ‘Drop-in Day’ which
will be held at the Darfield library. “This is a great chance to come and try a new skill and see how spinning has changed over the years and has now reached the 21st ce ntury,” s aid a spokesperson for the Group! “Come and have a go with the pin loom, sample-it loom, drop spindle and spinning wheel…or just bring your knitting/crochet and join us for a cuppa,” they concluded.
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A little over six years ago the Kirwee Recreational Reserve Committee started working with Selwyn District Council to expand the Reserve. After hundreds of hours of work the first shovel went in the ground on a stunning Selwyn morning. Early in the planning stage the Committee decided it was in the best interests of the whole community to invite members of the Township Committee to be involved in the development of the Reserve. This led to the forming of a designated group tasked with working with the community, Selwyn District Council and local sports clubs to create the best possible space. Part of the plan that has been developed to date is the
planting of a native border along the northern and western borders of the Reserve. The plan has been created in conjunction with Te Ara Kākāriki who have a mission to create a greenway of native ‘Greendots’ across the greater Selwyn District. The purpose of the Greendots is to not only bring native plants to the Selwyn area, but also all the flora and fauna that will follow. Imagine sitting down to watch a sports’ game with fantails, bellbirds and maybe even tui in the trees behind you singing their song. On Friday, May 10th the entire Kirwee Model School (KMS) started the planting. The passion and hard work that 148 students, plus families, teachers
Kirwee Model School helping with the native planting in Kirwee on Friday, May 10th.
and the Principal showed in planting over 500 trees and shrubs was outstanding and is a moment that everyone involved will always cherish. “It was a great day and on behalf of the Kirwee Recreation Reserve Management committee a big thank you to the school children, teachers, parents and members of the community who helped. I am sure the children will look back with long-lasting fond memories of the day,” commented the Chairperson of the Kirwee Recreation Reserve Ma na g em e nt Co mm i tt e e, Raewyn Feast. Feast On Saturday, May 11th, the sun was replaced by a cool misty morning, but that didn’t dampen the spirits of community members who continued planting along the western border. There were even some KMS students who came back to plant some more! The Kirwee Recreational Reserve and the Township committee would like to thank the over 200 volunteers who gave up their time to come along and help make a difference. It is amazing when the community comes together to work on a project like this.
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The film ‘She Shears’ is a New Zealand documentary written and directed by J ack Nicol, Nicol which presents the story of five women shearers, all now world champions. The film has had numerous good reviews. So how do folk get to see it? Thanks to Rural Women and Farmlands, who have sponsored the screening, it will be shown in Darfield. As a fundraiser the Darfield High School Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) will provide the venue and the supper to follow. The screening will take place in the School’s staffroom (in the main
Branch members for a possible local screening. Sheep shearing is bloody hard yacka with adult sheep weighing in at approximately 65 kilograms kicking and struggling to escape the shearer’s comb. It is hot, sweaty, daggy and dirty in a woolshed, however, for the five women starring in the New Zealand documentary, ‘She Shears’, shearing has an
addictive quality. Golden Shears contestants are scored on speed and accuracy with points deducted for nicks and inaccurate clips. The high-speed wool handling competition measures accuracy sorting the wool and the film shows a blur of wool throws, floor sweeping, bundling and a shake down.
See the advertisement in this issue for more details of how to view ‘She Shears’.
gate and along the path to reception, the staff room is on the left in this building). One of the primary aims of Rural Women New Zealand is building rural communities and it was with this in mind that RWNZ decided to facilitate the screening. Described by Hilary Barry as: "A stunning slice of rural life and the gutsy women who share a passion for shearing," this film is a celebration of women at the top of their sport. This NZ Life added: “This is a heartfelt documentary packed with humour - a must see. “F ir st- ti me docu me nt ary director Jack Nicol (formerly a production assistant on The Hobbit movies) shows he’s a gifted filmmaker. He gives the back-breaking competition a magical quality without deflecting from the skill and strength of the female competitors. “Yes, the women are competing in a male-dominated field, but this film never makes the story about the men, nor measures the genders against each other,” continued This NZ Life. After seeing various write-ups and reviews, two members of the Darfield Branch of Rural Women New Zealand went to the Christchurch film premiere. Their enjoyment of it saw them recommend it to
Pagan Karauria is a Central Otago shearer and wool handler who has returned to the Golden Shears following a car accident that killed two of her friends.
Former world champion sheep shearer Jills Angus Burney is now a High Court barrister and solicitor, but is a veteran shearer and former Women’s World Record holder.
Emily Welch, who also loves shearing took over took over Jills’ record in 2007, shearing 648 lambs in nine hours.
‘A NZ documentary film about five women shearers on their journey to the Golden Shears!’
Wednesday 22nd May 2019 At 7:30pm - Darfield High School, Staff Room TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR FROM 7PM
• 2 Topdown Cultivators • Ripping • Vaderstad Drill • Fodder Beet Planter • Direct Drilling • Ploughing • Cultivator & Roller • Swifterdisc
Mobile: 027 922 3843
Adults - $10, School Children - $5 A light supper will be provided Proceeds to the Darfield High School PTSA
(Brought to you by Rural Women NZ - Darfield Branch)
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The fourteenth Windwhistle Golf Classic was played at Terrace Downs last Thursday, May 9th with a record field of 133 players. Tournament day dawned mild and sunny with just a mild-ish nor-west at teeoff! This popular annual event is the major fundraiser each year for Windwhistle School. The School plans to use the m o n e y ra is e d t o w a rd providing additional teaching resources, and undertaking improvements to the playground and school grounds. The players enjoyed a SPORT RESULTS
Results 7th May 2019 Husbands & Wives: Wives 1st: Trish & John 2nd: Annette & Paul 3rd: Barbara & Murray 4th: Meg & Jum 5th: Glynnis & Fin Members & Mates: Mates 1st: Dianne & Dave 2nd: Ann & Paul 3rd: Stuart & Tony 4th: Francie & Ivan 5th: Pauline & Michael 6th: Issy & Alan 7th: Rhonda & Charlie Closest to the Pins: Pins #6: Jum #11: John #14: Dave Longest Putt: Putt Michael
71 71.2 71.2 74.2 77.6 62.2 68.2 70.4 70.6 71.6 73.2 74
delicious morning tea before tee-off, as well as packed snacks on course provided by school parents. This year sponsors enjoyed two oncourse barbecues for lunch, which were gratefully provided by two of their number. Following eighteen holes of golf there was an opportunity to unwind and relax at the Club hous e be fore th e prizegiving and buffet dinner which was enjoyed by the players, together with those school parents and locals in attendance. After dinner Gareth Cox of Property Brokers was the auctioneer for an actionpacked auction which included one auction for a parent/child hunt up at Quartz Hill Station with All Black Sam Whitelock and brother Adam. Adam A silent auction was also popular with ‘friend against friend’ bidding meaning some great funds were raised for the School. The combined auctions were a fantastic success with everyone in agreement that it was a wonderful day out in support of a very special School. Raffle tickets sold by eager
Thank you to all our sponsors
Team Southfuels had a fantastic time at the Windwhistle School Golf Classic at Terrace Downs. L-R: Dave Beatty, Andrew Inch, Mike Pauling & Vaughan Wilson. For the second year in a row they finished 2nd in the team event. Andrew Inch (Southfuels customer) also finished 2nd in the individual competition.
L-R: William Innes, John Ballagh, Gerald Innes and Simon Driscoll - framed!
Windwhistle School would like to thank the following businesses and individuals for their support of the School’s major fundraiser for the year – the Windwhistle Golf Classic. A special thank you to our hosts Terrace Downs Resort and to our major sponsor RD Petroleum. Please support these generous businesses. Gold Sponsors: • • • • • • • • • •
Results 11th May 2019 MATCH OF THE DAY: DAY: Stableford 1st: T Doyle 42 2nd: S Roulston 41 3rd: G Heffernan 38 4th: G Oakley 38 5th: M Scott 38 6th: B Allison 37 7th: S Hygate 37 8th: P Bee 36 Nearest to Pin: Pin #3: J Benn #9: S Hygate #13: S Hygate #17: S Johnstone Men’s Longest Drive: S Johnston Drive Women’s Longest Drive: Drive G Heffernan Longest Putt: T Harper Putt Best Gross: M Scott 78 Gross Two’s: Two’s D MacDonald, S Hygate, A Youngman, T Doyle, B Sampson 9 Holes: J Pascoe 19 Holes
Golf Results: Top Team: Sustainable Water 2: Southfuels 3: RD Petroleum Top Man: Brian Shaw Top Lady: Sophie Foot. Foot The organising committee and Windwhistle School wish to say a huge thank you to the many sponsors listed in this issue’s advertisement that played and donated prizes, or money, to the School. A very big thank you also to Terrace Downs Golf Resort without whom the tournament could not be run. “Special thanks also to Clearwater Golf Club who kindly provided extra carts required for the field that attended and to the sponsors that provided the barbecues,” said a spokesperson for the event organisers. “Please contact the School if you would like to join us next year and we will add you to our list of invitees,” they concluded.
WINDWHISTLE GOLF CLASSIC
Fifty members played on a grey, but enjoyable day! Results 11th May 2019 MATCH OF THE DAY: Best Nett/Par Best Gross: 71 Gross A Fouchee 1st: P Deans +7 2nd: T Muir & B Marshall +5 3rd: N Muir & D Hobbs +4 4th: C Thorne, M Wills, K Williams, R Barham & J Morten +3 Closest to the Pins: Pins #2in2: S Edwards #6: J Morten #11: A Kenworthy #14: P McOscar #17: J Morten
school children included a raffle for a scenic flight with Richie McCaw! McCaw The prize will be drawn at the end of the month, or before, if all tickets are sold.
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Darﬁeld Tyre Centre Limited Dubliner Methven Fat Beagle Cafe Darﬁeld Farmsource Franks Liquor Christchurch High Country Fencing Jackson Holmes Jonathan Morten Mackay Bailey Limited Mainland Wool Limited MaJ Collier – Property Brokers Methven Four Square Middle Rock Sta on Merino NZ NZ Ski – Mt HuJ Nairn Electrical Paddock Vets Methven Pam’s Arena Rakaia Gorge Pullin Shearing Pure Oil NZ Limited Rabobank RK Firewood Silver Fern Farms Ski Time Methven Taege Engineering Limited Trousselot Family Washpen Falls Watson Contrac ng Windwhistle Holdings Limited Yaldhurst Wools Limited
Friday 17th May 2019
PROACTIVE MARTIAL ARTS TEMPLETON
OFFERS TWO FREE LESSONS
Sheffield Free Book Exchange
We are a freestyle Martial Art, teaching in a fun & relaxed atmosphere Come along and have a look. Gain confidence, co-ordination, fitness and self-defence. We cater for all age groups and fitness levels. Templeton Community Centre • Mondays & Fridays TIGERS: 3-7yrs 3.30-4.05pm PANTHERS: 7-12yrs 4.10-4.55pm XTREME: 12+yrs 5.00-5.50pm FREESTYLE: Adults 5.55-6.55pm KICKBOXING: 15+yrs Fridays 7.30-8.30pm
For any enquiries ph Jacque or Allister 03 324 2084 Facebook: Proactive Martial Arts Templeton/Papanui
Sunday 19th May Sheffield Bowling Club House, Sheffield All Welcome
Be at the Sheffield Plunket on Sunday 19th May 12 - 3pm for the community book exchange!
Thursday 23rd May 2019 7:30pm at the Museum
Coming back to Darﬁeld…
ALL WELCOME Enquiries to: 318 2423
Monday 20th May - at 1pm sharp! At Darfield Bowling Club (Clinton Street, Darfield)
- WEEKLY OVER WINTER -
25 HOUSES PLAYED All houses guaranteed a prize! Afternoon tea & raffles available
There will be Specials & Bonus Housie each week! Any enquiries call Robert 318 8649
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Learn to Fly Gliders Canterbury Gliding Club 12:00pm BOT Nomina ons Close for: Windwhistle & Darﬁeld Primary Schools Canterbury’s Largest Pre-Season Snow Gear Sale! Methven Heritage Centre Sheﬃeld Rugby Club - Club Day Sheﬃeld Domain 10:00am McHughes Forest Park Community Feedback McHughs Forest Carpark 10:30am Darﬁeld Genealogy - Group Mee ng Darﬁeld Library 3:00pm Hororata Night Glow Hororata Domain 10:00am Café Hope Sheﬃeld Bowling Club 12:00pm Sheﬃeld Book Exchange Sheﬃeld Plunket 1:00pm Super Winter Housie Darﬁeld Bowling Club 7:30pm Two Rivers Community Trust AGM Darﬁeld Bap st Church 10:00am Malvern News AdverLsing Deadline for 24th May Issue 1:30pm Darﬁeld Garden Club AGM Darﬁeld Rec Centre 7:30pm NZ Rural Women - Film Evening ‘She Shears’ D.H.S Staﬀroom 10:00am Malvern Spinners & Weavers Drop-in Day Darf Library Mee ng Room 7:30pm Glentunnel Museum AGM Glentunnel Museum BOT Nomina ons close today for: Hororata, Springﬁeld, Kirwee, 24th May Glentunnel, Darﬁeld High, Greendale & Sheﬃeld Schools 25th May KRFC Club Day Kirwee Rugby Club 25th May 7:00pm Ethel & Bethel Bingo Babes! (DHS PTSA Fundraiser) Darﬁeld High School Hall 25th May 8:30pm Karaoke Night (Fundraiser for local - Soph Kingi) Terrace Surf & Turf Bar 26th May 1:30pm Coalgate Bowling Club AGM Coalgate Bowling Club 27th May 4:30pm Malvern Community Board Mee ng Hororata Community Hall 29th May 1:00pm Rolleston News AdverLsing Deadline for 5th June Issue 29th May 4:00pm Darﬁeld Primary - Out of Zone Applica ons close 31st May Entries for Winter Feed Compe on Close today 31st May 12:00pm BOT Vo ng Closes today for: Windwhistle & Darﬁeld Primary Schools 31st May 1:00pm Carbon Farming Seminar Darﬁeld Community Centre 4th Jun Springﬁeld School BOT Vo ng Closes today 5th - 6th Jun Winter Feed Compe on (Judging, 6th at 7pm) Coalgate Tavern BOT Vo ng closes today for: Hororata, Kirwee, Glentunnel, Darﬁeld High, 7th Jun Greendale & Sheﬃeld Schools 8th Jun 9:30am Kirwee Bowling Club AGM Kirwee Bowling Clubrooms 8th Jun 7:00pm DRFC & Malvern Lions - Casino Night Darﬁeld Rec Centre 15th Jun 10:30am Book Launch - Frews Journey Towards a Century Frews Transport, Darﬁeld 15th Jun 6:00pm Night of Superstars Kirwee Rugby Clubrooms 28 Jun - 25 Jul The Re-Sale Exhibi on Selwyn Gallery, Darﬁeld 31st Aug North Canterbury Wearable Arts Rangiora Town Hall
Welcome to all our Bike Race sponsors, come & enjoy a beer on us!
Cash Bar & BBQ available!
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Rippas Sheffield U8 Darfield U13 Sheffield U10 Kirwee U11 Kirwee Div3 Seniors Kirwee Div2 Seniors
CLUB DAY 2019 Saturday 25th May (All Junior & Senior teams will be playing at home) Bouncy castle available for the kids! All sponsors & supporters are most welcome. Club Captain Toby Messerer: 021 151 0963 Sponsored by Joe Brankin of Mike Pero Real Estate
Any advertising not being charged to an approved account must have its payment received prior to deadline.
The team at Malvern News
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For Overseas Staff from mid-June to early October: • • • • • •
Springfield area (no further than Sheffield). Boarding in private homes. Shared accommodation/flatting. Full houses/farm cottages. All options considered. Company secured rental payments.
Please contact us on: 027 448 8558 or firstname.lastname@example.org ACCOUNTANTS
COALGATE BOWLING CLUB Sunday 26th May
1:30pm, in the Clubrooms OLD & NEW MEMBERS WELCOME! Advert sponsored by Mason’s Drapery
SATURDAY 8TH JUNE 2019 At 9:30am, to be held in the Clubhouse. Enquiries to: Marian Galloway
03 318 1588
DARFIELD GENEALOGY & LOCAL HISTORY INC
GROUP MEETING Saturday 18th May 2019 10:30am at the Darfield Library. Hear guest speaker: Emeritus Professor of History ‘Geoffrey W. Rice’ from Canterbury University, Talking about the 1918 influenza pandemic, as it has lessons for the future.
Contact Bev: 318 8315 or Wilma 318 3063
COMPUTERS SELWYN Computers - For all aspects of home and business computer repairs, sales and service or for some friendly advice. Phone 03 318 8800. COUNSELLING EXPERIENCED counsellor available to provide focus and support. Dawn Logan BA (Psyc) Cert Psyc Care (Otago) A&D Counselling (C.I.T). Ph 027 252 7533.
ARE you wasting your valuable time CHIM Chim. We'll sweep your logDOGS trying to keep up with your burners flue, check the accounts? Call us now for hasslefirebricks, baffles, air-tubes PUGS - adorable pure bred, free accounting, tax and business fawn & black. Vaccinated, vet and controls. We're experts on advice - all right on your checked. Available now! coal-ranges, also sweeping any doorstep. Sterling Accountants Phone for viewings & details sized open fire. We quote and @ Malvern Business Hub, 027 553 3556. undertake repairs, flue Ann-Maree 021 215 0981. LAY ASSOCIATES Chartered extensions and install bird DRIVEWAYS Accountants. Rolleston Office netting. 0800 224 464 phone 03 347 4501, Leeston LIFESTYLE, LIFESTYLE farm tracks, yards Members NZHHA. Office phone 03 324 3030. “Real WINTER’S coming! Time to and dairy lanes our speciality. people, real knowledge”. service your fire. Accumulation Screened rotten-rock, it’s local of soot seriously affects and lasts better. Springfield performance. Latest rotary Quarry phone 318 4132. brush technology. Free moisture check on wood. FIREWOOD & COAL Safety inspection. All work DRY old man pine. 6 cubic “Making Accounting ins ure d & guara nt ee d. metres $595. OM blue gum, Easy for You” From $80 single story. Phone Personal & Business Tax Returns, OMP 50/50 mix $695. Phone 0800 SWEEP ME or Business Compliance, 027 297 7563. GST & FBT Returns, 021 0277 1927. Monthly Accounting, Annual Financial Accounting, PAYE/Payroll
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Ph: 021 589 199 E: jocelyn@jmAccounting.co.nz
ALTERATIONS BEV’S Clothing Alterations & Repairs. 6 Snowlea Place, Wilfield, West Melton. Phone 03 347 0703 or 027 210 4517.
CELEBRANT CELEBRANT - Michelle Spence. Weddings and Civil unions in Selwyn area. Please phone 318 3000 or 027 205 4660 or visit the website:
R K FIREWOOD Supplying wood for this Winter!
Darfield Life Church
Old Man Pine, Bluegum, Macrocarpa, Oregon. TRY THE HOT MIX! EUpos available. All top quality, clean wood.
Phone Rini 027 451 7300
10:30am - First Sunday of month.
AC & EA WAKELIN
Ps Wayne Watson 027 281 8340 17 North Terrace
Next Season’s Quality Wood Available!
Poplar, Mature Pine, Oregon, Larch, Macro & Bluegum.
Phone: 03 3124 637 or 021 260 4520
COAL FOR SALE
Ph 318 1530 FLATMATE WANTED
Classes for all forage crops and pasture
ENTRIES CLOSE FRIDAY 31ST MAY
$10 per entry. Judging 5th & 6th June.
• Brent Chamberlain
Meal & Prizegiving Thursday 6th June, 7pm Coalgate Tavern
To enter phone: 021 318 710 • Guy Bassett
021 318 366
ROOM half price rent in exchange for help with pets & clean up for an hour in mornings. 15 mins from Darfield. On 18 acres with forest walks & mountain views. Must be an honest animal lover with references. Phone 027 553 3556.
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BALEAGE medium square WOOD shavings - untreated, meadow, $60 per bale. clean shavings suitable for D a r f i e l d . P h o n e K a t e horse stables, calving sheds, 027 207 8821. chicken houses and rabbit KATHMANDU swiss ball, h u t c h e s . A v a i l a b l e i n unused. $15. Phone Kate 70L bags, 1m 3 bales 027 207 8821. (compressed) and bulk OREGON fence rails, 150 x delivery. Phone 03 344 1676 40mm. $4.60 per metre. for more details. Contact Graeme Knowles 021 613 229. HEDGE TRIMMING POINT of lay hyline/shavers pullets for sale. Please phone 021 863 158. TWO small cat trees, one cat Hedge & house, one kitten bed & one Shelterbelt Trimming number 3 wire cage - suit dog Owner Operated or cat. 021 108 9399.
LEASE LAND WANTED
TENANCY Inspections! Offering initial & routine inspections on tenanted houses, taking the hassle out for you. Call Rebecca of Rural Tenancy Inspections Ltd on 027 313 2270 or email email@example.com
LEASE LAND WANTED LOCKSMITH
LOOKING FOR LEASE GROUND Lease ground needed for growing onions, with irrigation!
LOCKSMITH Selwyn based 24hr mobile service, keys cut and general lock and safe maintenance. EFTPOS available. Call Locktight Security 021 171 8060.
Phone James on 021 280 9247
PAINTING & DECORATING
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Micky Conway Painter & Decorator Darfield Based Will cover all areas Contact Micky on
For all Pain ng and Decora ng services!
021 125 1613
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Phone Dave on 021 142 0567
BEST prices! Amalgamated Scrap Ltd. Buying cars & farm machinery. Specialising in farm clean-ups. Rod McQuoid - buyer. Ph 027 695 0480 or 0800 030 712. SCRAPMETAL - cash paid for all types of metal farm machinery, old cars etc. Please phone Wayne 027 749 9736 or 03 323 6610 (Licensed Dealer).
PART time work offered both in and outdoors. 3km from Darfield. Willing to fit around school hours. Please phone Jeanette 021 027 85853.
Geoﬀ 021 549 499 A/h 03 324 3482
UNDER PIVOT TRIMMING Phone Chris O’Donnell 027 210 2532 | 03 318 8479 Email: email@example.com
CASUAL WEEKEND WORK Experience in making coffees & customer service an advantage. Week 1: Sat 5 hours Week 2: Sat 12 hours
GOOD quality excess potatoes for stock feed. $20 per ton, loaded onto truck. Sheffield area. Phone 021 329 763.
Ph 03 325 4154 or email your CV to
PORTERS SKI AREA Part-time Seasonal Positions CAFETERIA, LIFTS & CAR PARKING Applicants need to be able to work every weekend during the season, as well as during the July school holidays. Have a pleasant personality, with excellent communication skills and can work independently. Transport from Springfield is provided. SHUTTLE DRIVER 1 - 4 days per week. Class 2 & P licence. Needs to be confident driving on snow & mountain roads. Applicants please send CV and application to: firstname.lastname@example.org
BOTTLES - wanted to buy. Pre1940’s. Glass or clay types with NZ company names on. Phone 03 360 3699. CAR, CAR wagon, RV, SUV - consider others. Pay up to $2,000. Phone 021 085 26552. DEAD, damaged or derelict cars, trucks, vans & 4WD’s, including motorbikes. Cash paid. Phone 03 318 0650. MACROCARPA trees wanted. Please phone Graeme Knowles on 021 613 229. UNWANTED or unsaleable sheep, goat & cattle buy. Please phone 027 293 1561.
COUNTRY TOUCH SERVICES Your very own LOCAL, reliable & experienced
Window Cleaner Satisfaction Guaranteed! Phone or text Wilf Lock on 022 044 0654 or 03 347 8226 (A/H)
WINDOW CLEANING SERVICES
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DUNSANDEL STOP SHOP
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ROOM TO RENT SINGLE lockable rooms in Darfield Hostel. Internet, sky TV. $160pw. Please phone 027 479 1431 or 318 3660.
Phil Marsh Ph 318 4131 Mob 027 357 3696
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TINTTINT-A-WINDOW Solar Protective films. Fade UV block. Heat Glare control. Privacy. Safety/ Security. Frosted films. Free online quotes. email@example.com www.tintawindow.co.nz Ph 0800 368 468.
FAIRBRASS BUILDERS Registered Master Builder
• 25 years experience Phone David Barnhill • Local qualified builder 027 618 2345 • All types of work or undertaken including additions, a/h 317 9144 alterations, new houses, sheds etc
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Window Tinting • • • • • •
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Hydro Drain Cleaning
roofs, footpaths & driveways.
Cleans most surfaces: fences, paths, brick, block, wood, concrete & machinery.
Free Quotes. Ph Mike Richards 03 318 8380 or 021 179 0584
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SHELLEY’S Glass and Glazing. Got a broken glass window? Insurance work, Pet doors, Mirrors, Retro Refits, Single/ Double glazing, Splashbacks, Fire Glass. 32 years in the glass industry. Operates in Oxford, Cust, Darfield, Rolleston, West Melton & Surrounding Areas. Call your local Glazier - Mark on 03 312 3253 or 0272 426 368.
Feedlots / Silage Pads Agricultural Effluent Storage Systems Driveways / Patios Residential Foundations & Slab Excavations & Shingle Supplies New Homes Farm Buildings
Heat pump supply, installation, servicing & maintenance General household & business electrical work.
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Give Nigel a call now for your no obligation free quote
Ph: 021 387 750
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Daily On Site Sales & Servicing Authorised Service Agent for Most Brands since 1996! • Ovens Machines • Cooktops • Dryers • Washing Machine • Dishwashers Hire from $8 p.w.
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Reg. Service Technician
Septic Tank Cleaning Jetting Unit for blocked drains Camera Investigations | Port-a-loo hire Office 318 8609 | 0274 338 693 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Selwyn Electrical Ltd Your Local Registered Electrician
Contact your LOCAL certifying specialist. Over 30 years experience.
Mainland Plumbing & Gas Ltd Ph Glenn: Kirwee Based
027 445 0684
318 1676 or 021 184 2448
021 732 331
AUTO & Marine Upholsterer 3967 West Coast Rd, Phone 03 318 7378. Opening Hours: Mon to Fri, 8am to 5pm, Saturday 9am to 12pm. www.advancedupholstery.co.nz NEW kitchens, wardrobes, laundries or what ever you need! Remodelled or just new doors. Good advice, good price. Ring Lex 03 349 0150 or 027 439 3926. PORTABLE sawmill for all your timber requirements and macrocarpa sales. Please phone Graeme Knowles on 021 613 229. UPHOLSTERER - Recover lounge suites, dining chairs, squabs etc. Free quotes. Based in Weedons. Please phone 03 980 4979.
david wilkinson registered electrician phone 03 318 1231 fax email
03 318 1235 email@example.com
po box 26 kirwee
we’ll be there when you need us. guaranteed. on time guaranteed or your first hour is free! conditions apply.
Tiler & Registered Water Proofer Look me up on www.mytradesman.co.nz
or phone 03 318 1973 or 027 421 1637 e: bowenLling@gmail.com
Maintenance Renovations & new builds Pump servicing and installation Water filter installation Water pump hire Supply and installation of septic tank systems • Gas and wood fire installation • IQP in backflow prevention • Teatsprayer servicing • • • • • •
0800 752 400
“One call & we’ we’ll do them all” all”
Call Danie 021 875 462 03 980 2865 / 03 344 5744 www.spouting2u.co.nz
Four men are in the hospital waiting room because their wives are having babies. A nurse goes up to the first guy and says, "Congratulations! You're the father of twins." "That's odd," answers the man. "I work for the Minnesota Twins!" A nurse says to the second guy, "Congratulations! You're the Father of triplets!" "That's weird," answers the second man. "I work for the 3M company!" A nurse tells the third man, "Congratulations! You're the Father of quadruplets!" "That's strange," he answers. "I work for the Four Seasons Hotel!" The last man is groaning and banging his head against the wall. "What's wrong?" the others ask…. "I work for 7 Up!"