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Inside this issue: Annual Book Fair


DCRT Street Contacts


Fiddling For Forty Years


Bamboo Massage


DHS House Singing


Fun At Greendale School


Glentunnel School Art Expo 6 7 WM Playcentre Matariki St John Volunteers


From A Bygone Era


Asking For Help


Recycling For Banned Bags


Daffodil Day


Sheffield Garden Club


Golf Results


Public No@ces


Save the Date






Email Column


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July 5th saw the Cadets of St John Darfield, hold their first art exhibition containing over 500 different pieces of art. These included paintings, sculptures, wearable art items and photography, with organisers commented that there really was something for everyone. The exhibition held in the DHS Hall, was organised, and run by older Cadets who had been working on the various aspects of running such an event during the past six months, to ensure it all went off without a hitch. “Younger Cadets (aged 6-18) all worked hard to create a variety of different art to display,” Victoria Tomes, Tomes Divisional Manager, Darfield Youth Division commented.

“Our Cadets were proud to be able to show their family and friends the amazing projects that they had been working on,” Victoria added, “leading them around the numerous displays, and sharing what they had made with their guests.” This exhibition was not only a great way of sharing some of the creative things local St John Youth do with the community, but was also a wonderful f u n d r a i s e r f o r e n d of year camp. Proceeds from the entry fee and takings from the auction have all assisted with making substantial progress to their funds, which when completed will ensure all Cadets can make it to the forthcoming camp.

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Above: St John Cadet Bailey Inwood displays his mixed media work depicting an Anzac theme which was entered into the exhibition. With him is Terry Hutchinson of the Hororata/Malvern RSA.

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The Malvern Anglican Parish annual Book Fair (July 6th 9th) has been declared a definite success. “I can't believe how many books have been bought, and at the time of writing this, how many there are still to choose from for the concluding days of the Sale,” said Rev Susan Baldwin. Baldwin “It's like they were breeding overnight when we weren’t looking,” she laughed. “If anyone says that reading books is dying out and that books are a thing of the past, I’d be willing to argue the point, if this past weekend, plus Monday and Tuesday are any indication,” Susan commented. The Trinity Hall was again chocka with books for the

Malvern Anglican Parish’s four day used book sale, and shoppers of all ages left with shopping bags, or boxes full of reading matter throughout the days the sale was operating. Ahead of the event, volunteers sorted hundreds and hundreds of titles arranging them on tables in the Hall for browsing. Half of Trinity Hall was full of fiction and the other half with non-fiction in the way of hi st ory, t r ave l, sp ort s, reference, gardening, biographies, religion, self-help, hobbies and home repair. The next largest assortment of books, after fiction, was in the children’s section. This covered

two long tables and had to be arranged in boxes underneath as well, just to fit them all in. Other diversions for the winter school holidays were also on offer, with stacks of jigsaw puzzles, boxes of CD’s or DVD’s, and games to choose from. “Thank you to the many people who donated books prior to the book fair,” Susan added. “Books continued to arrive throughout the Sale, meaning that folks returning after an initial visit found new titles to browse through,” she said. “Books are most certainly going to be around for quite a while yet,” Susan concluded.

Eager book browsers could return time and again to find a bargain as more books were added throughout the days of the Sale.

When there’s something strange in the neighbourhood, who are people going to call? Sometimes unexpected things happen. People never know when they will experience an emergency situation that can affect services that they rely on such as telephones, computers and even roads. The Alpine Fault will not give anyone any warning when it ruptures. As a community folk need to be prepared and ready to look after each other. This is what Darfield Community Response Team (DCRT) has been working towards since its establishment eight years ago. “The DCRT has been working alongside key contacts in our neighbourhoods to ensure that our community is connected in the event of an emergency - we call them street contacts,” commented a spokesperson for DCRT.

In Darfield, the team of street contact volunteers is growing, but there are still many streets without a key contact. This is something that the DCRT are keen to address, so that Darfield has a strong network of people who will provide information and support their neighbours in an emergency. The DCRT is hosting a high tea, mid July, at the Darfield Recreation Centre celebrating their eight years of being established. They have opened the invitation to anyone interested in learning about the role of street contact and the Community Response Team. “If you are interested in learning more, please come along to meet with us. We are happy to talk with you, to enable you to make a decision about being involved.”

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689 East Maddisons Road, Rolleston Keeping the community well and truly entertained and retaining a sense of pride and history since 1977, Kirwee Players are this year producing Fiddler on the Roof - forty years after they first presented it to the area. Tickets are on sale now for Shows running between August 2nd and 10th. There are some names in this 2019 line-up that also featured in the 1979 one!

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Above: The 1979 cast from Fiddler on the Roof forty years ago. Back L to R: Malcolm Begg, Kees Steenwij, Hugh Lautour, John Collins, Austin Adams, Malcolm Palmer, Dick Allard. Second from Back L to R: Mark French, Kevin Johnson, Barry Rowlands, Mark Johnson, Mark Mulholland, Nick Young, Ray Vickers, Ray Salisbury, Hamish Calder, Ricky Frye, Chris Thrasher, Dennis Poskitt, John Clarkson. Second from Front L to R: David Stott, Christine Ward, Patricia Henderson, Mabel Knight, Noreen Pearson, Janet Taege, Isabell Clarke, Ally Steenwij, Mollie Townshend, Nel O’Halloran, Emily Anson. Front L to R: Janet Dysart, Elizabeth Blackburn, Lorraine Reid, Kim Bartholomew, Julie Overton, Belinda de Lautour, Paula Rump, Sheila Rump, Penny Thrasher, Maureen Watson, Janet Cullen, Carol Poskitt, Kirsty Little, Marjorie Marshall.

The 2019 cast of Fiddler on the Roof. Back L to R: Alex Mohi, Rob Kellock, David Soper, Josh Stoliker, Nigel Wall, Lester Burton, Jeremy Tocker, Richard Gosling, Dayle Stoliker, Graham Hoult. Second from Back L to R: Lesley Stoliker, Leanne Chapman, Vanessa Simmonds, Victoria Burton, Katelyn Knight, Izzy Tocker, Jo Browne, Jane Rollings. Third from Back L to R: Donna Palmer, Lauren Moore, Tom Soper, Laura Dean, Kate Morris, Tania McMillian, George Long, Brock Cottrell, Caleb Brand. Second from Front L to R: Don Gillanders, Toby Stott, Terry Richardson, Ed Stott, Anna Randall, Jo Hill, Charitee Adams, Richard Morley-Hill. Front L to R: Carol Smith, Linda Gosling, Diane Coad, Mabel Knight, Melody Hoglund, Patricia Henderson, David Stott.

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On Friday, July 5th Darfield High School held their annual House Singing competition. The competition is a highlight for many and a chance for student house leaders to showcase their ability along with some guidance from house teachers. The first of the six scheduled Practices began in week five of last term to get competitors up to speed with the necessary performance requirements.

This year songs were required • Rawhiti House: ‘Grace Kelly’ - Mika. to have a theme of ‘celebrating diversity and being as one’. Houses were judged on their entrance into the Hall, uniform Songs presented were: tidiness, choreography (visual performance/conductio n), • Kikorangi House: ‘We’re all in this together’ house involvement and vocal - High School Musical performance. • Tawera House: Results: ‘One Love’ - Bob Marley 1: Kikorangi • Waimakariri House: 2: Rawhiti 3: Tawera ‘Where is the love’ - Black Eyed Peas 4: Waimakariri.

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On the final day of term, Greendale School celebrated the end of their topic, ‘Pathway of Potential: Exploring Career Options’, with a fun dress-up event. Students and staff all pondered what they would like to be, or do, when they’re older, and created some amazing costumes reflecting their choices. Making an appearance were scientists, dentists, farmers, rugby players, army officers, news readers and BMX riders, plus an architect, to name but a few. School staff joined in with a variety of diverse roles - such as JoJo Siwa (US dancer), a showjumper, a vet, Superwoman and a clown! A fundraising sausage sizzle at the day’s conclusion added to the excitement and was much enjoyed by all. Greendale School has received great support over the past term, with parents keen to share their knowledge and backgrounds. Pupils and staff have enjoyed tours and talks on beekeeping and honey

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Each term Glentunnel School students finish the period with a learning celebration, which families are invited to attend. This term’s learning celebration was held on the evening of Thursday, July 4th and was an Art Expo, where students showcased their art-learning and art-works within their classrooms. To contribute to the relaxed atmosphere staff served mugs of warm and hearty soup to attendees as they arrived. Students and their families were then free to meander through the learning spaces admiring the art on show, whilst enjoying their mug 20 Hours ECE are FREE!

of soup. Children also enjoyed talking about their art learning with their family, and admiring the art on show in other classrooms. Families celebrated the learning of all students, the relaxed atmosphere, and the opportunity to meet up with

other families. “We are very grateful to Arts Heart of Rolleston who kindly loaned us their art display boards, which helped us accommodate the volume of works we put on display,” commented Debbie Schnell a teacher at Glentunnel School.

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Matariki is a time for whānau and friends to come together and this year was no different for the tamariki at West Melton Playcentre. Parents and Supervisors have been busy exploring all aspects of Matariki to encourage the children to celebrate this wonderful part of Maori culture that brings the people of New Zealand together. They learnt about kites, traditionally flown at this time, and also made some together. Playcentre families went to a special story time at Hornby Library to learn the Matariki story from the talented storytellers there. They also shared kai together,

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both at a Playcentre session as a shared activity, as well as at a whānau pot luck evening. During the evening, along with the shared food and laughter, everyone wrapped up warmly and looked up at the stars together. These activities all link to Te Whariki (early childhood curriculum) in belonging, contribution, communication and exploration. “It has been wonderful to see our tamariki engage with Matariki and celebrate this time of new beginning together,” commented Fiona Shaw, Shaw Communications Secretary for West Melton Playcentre.

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Volunteers are at the heart of St John. Every day more than 9,600 generous volunteers help thousands of people across the country by devoting their time to St John’s frontline ambulance service and a variety of community health programmes to support people living well. The contribution they make to New Zealanders’ health and wellbeing is priceless. St John estimates its volunteers contribute more than two million hours to New Zealand communities, and if it were possible to put a financial value on such support, it would be in excess of $30 million dollars. “Our big-hearted volunteers deserve to be recognised for their selfless commitment to helping others. They do a tremendous job and we are grateful for all they do. This week we will be thanking them in a number of ways, including events and celebrations throughout the country, to show our gratitude for their contribution to society,” said St John Chief Executive, Peter Bradley. Bradley “St John’s community health volunteers play a significant role

in helping to build resilient communities, through programmes that address some of today’s most prevalent issues affecting people’s health and wellbeing. By lending a helping hand, they are enabling New Zealanders to live healthy, independent lives for longer,” added St John Director of Community Health Services, Sarah Manley. Manley “Our Caring Caller programme has over 800 volunteers regularly connecting with over 1,250 clients who range in age and ethnicity, offering friendship and support to people who may b e e x p e r i e n c i n g s oc i a l isolation,” Peter said. “Our 670 Health Shuttle volunteers have helped thousands of Kiwis get to over 77,000 health appointments, facilitating an important connection to primary health, and helping to prevent hospital admissions down the road. “We are incredibly proud that during National Volunteer Week (June 16th - 22nd) our Invercargill Health Shuttle team has been shortlisted in the 2019 Minister of Health Volunteer Awards, along with

George Wright, Wright who is celebrating his 77th year of continuous community service as a Member of St John,” Peter said. St John has more than 850 Friends of the Emergency Department (FEDs) and Hospital Friends who provide comfort and support to patients and their families in hospital emergency departments and waiting rooms. Some patients have no support, so having someone available can be very reassuring. “More than 3,290 volunteers also run our St John stores or opportunity shops, manage our local Area Committees, and make a positive impact in New Zealand’s largest youth programme to over 6,100 future leaders,” said St John volunteer FED, Eileen Thesiger. Thesiger We have more than 3,300 clinical volunteers who are out there every day, responding to emergencies, saving lives and providing clinical care for New Zealanders when they need help the most.

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The News recently had the opportunity to peruse a number of old newspapers and farming periodicals, including various A & P Show catalogues, owned by Alistair Adams of Darfield (formerly farmer of Sheffield). The publications ranging in age from 1906 until just before World War II in 1939, featured advertisements that just

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auctions of interest, Show results and clearing sales many also contained lead pencil annotations with costs and purchasers’ information. A souvenir booklet from the New Zealand International Exhibition (1906-07) was a fascinating insight to the era and contained a huge number of surprisingly good quality photographs.

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The Salvation Army is appealing to the public to spare a thought for people living in poverty over the colder months as winter hits hard. The Christchurch Community Ministry sees a consistently high demand across winter with a large number of people through the doors each week, the majority of clients seeking assistance with basic needs resulting from high power bills, extra medical costs and other housing related issues. Jono Bell, Bell The Salvation Army's National Director of Community Ministries, said that vulnerable people struggle with warmth, shelter and food over the winter period, which can exacerbate, or cause, health problems. “Substandard housing and poor heating often lead to sickness and people don’t always get to a doctor when they should.” The latest Ministry of Health’s Annual Data Explorer found that around one in seven adults (15 per cent) reported not visiting a GP due to cost, and this figure had not changed significantly from 2011/12. “It’s not only the fees that can be a barrier, but also transport costs to get there. Even with free doctors’ visits for children under thirteen, if there’s no car, no petrol and no bus money, it’s near impossible for some

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whānau,” Jono said. Children from the most disadvantaged communities are twice as likely to end up in hospital for medical conditions and three times more likely to be hospitalised for respiratory conditions compared to those from the most advantaged communities. The Salvation Army relies heavily on public donations to provide essential services to 120,000 people each year. The organisation is pleading for those more fortunate to dig deep and donate to its Winter Appeal which launched on July 8th and runs until the end of the month. “We provide emergency help and services for long-term transformational change to disadvantaged communities, but we can’t do it alone - we need public support,” Jono added. The Salvation Army provides food parcels, budgeting advice, social work, youth development, and emergency and transitional housing to New Zealand’s most

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Businesses in Selwyn are being given a chance to recycle their unused single-use plastic bags with the support of the Selwyn District Council. With the national ban on businesses distributing singleuse plastic bags, which came into effect on July 1st, some councils in the Canterbury region have teamed up to offer businesses a second chance with their leftover bags. The programme will see council’s collect the bags for free and send them to a recycling plant company for processing, with the aim of preventing large stocks of unused bags being sent to landfills. All retailers and charity shops in Selwyn that have unused stocks of clean, single-use, plastic bags will be able to drop them off at the Pines Resource Recovery Centre until Friday, August 2nd. Council Solid Waste manager Andrew Boyd, Boyd said the Council was keen to join to the programme and provide a pos it ive a lt ern at iv e for businesses left with unused

bags. “We know lots of businesses could have bags leftover. The point of the ban is to get these bags out of circulation and stop them ending up in the environment, so it would have been unfortunate if it led to bags being dumped, especially before being used.” The bags must: • Be new (the recycling company will only accept preconsumer bags), AND • Be made of HDPE (supermarket type) or LDPE (usually more durable) plastic, AND • Have carry handles (including die cut handles). Degradable, biodegradable or oxo-degradable bags are not included as they cannot currently be recycled. Because only clean and unused bags are being accepted, household plastic bags are also not included in this campaign.

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Right now, all around the country, Cancer Society staff and volunteers are preparing for New Zealand’s largest fundraising street appeal: Daffodil Day on Friday, August 30th, 2019. In the Canterbury-West Coast region, this will see more than 800 volunteers join in the fundraising efforts, with the aim to give help and hope to those facing cancer in the local community. This year’s theme for Daffodil Day is ‘Change for better’, recognising that every dollar donated to the Cancer Society helps make hard times a little better for the one in three kiwis affected by cancer, their whānau and friends. “By donating your spare change - and more if you can, you are helping to make a direct and positive difference in the life of someone facing a cancer diagnosis,” said Elizabeth Chesterman, Chesterman Cancer Society, Chief Executive. “Every day we provide expert information services,

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On the first Tuesday of the month more than thirty members of the Club gathered at The Willows, for lunch, to celebrate our midwinter mee ng. The Willows café located in Glentunnel and adjacent to the Hororata Golf Course, offered a great vista as we dined. With its manicured lawns and the stunning colours of the winter conifers the scenery proved appropriate for the occasion. Our hosts Jason and Jarnia served up a delicious and generous array of seasonal foods which were accompanied by background Christmas music. The scene was agreeably set with fun, laughter and much merriment for the pulling of our Christmas crackers. Later we had the op on of visi ng Glentunnel’s museum which proved to be most worthwhile. This li)le gem, situated in an old building just off the main street, offered an amazing chance to reflect on the history of this area. We followed a wellpresented meframe of the triumphs and hardships of a pioneer popula on who came to se)le in this special li)le pocket of the Canterbury Plains. Thanks to Peter, Judith and Frances for making this day a very pleasurable ou ng enjoyed by us all.

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Results 2nd July 2019 MATCH OF THE DAY: 5th LGU & Putting 18.5 - 25.2: 25.2 1st: J Helmore 65 2nd: T Hicks 74 3rd: 77 3rd J Whitaker 76 4th: J Wilson 25.3+: 1st: A Collins 75 2nd: P Pearce 77 3rd: M Abbott 78 4th: D McGregor 79 Putts: Putts 1st: J Helmore 28 (8x1 putts) 2nd: J McLeod 32 (6x1 putts) Longest Putt: Putt J Whitaker Nearest the Pin: Pin J Whitaker & D Platt Two’s: Two’s D Platt 1st: E Woodward 62 2nd: J Halkett 68 3rd: M Adams 69 1st: E Woodward 29 2nd: M TeWaa 29 3rd: M Staddon 29 Putts: Putts E Woodward (8x1putts) Results 5th July 2019 MATCH OF THE DAY: $5 Friday Golf 1st: 25 1st C Bishop 27 2nd: M Will 3rd: G Harris 24 Closest to the Pins: Pins #6: A Sime #11: P Cardosi Results 6th July 2019 MATCH OF THE DAY: Triangular at Hororata, against Waimak & Greendale. Team Scores: Scores Greendale 1983 Waimak 1972 Hororata 1909 (home team advantage) Senior Men: Men 1st: M Weatherley 67 2nd: K Hicks 67 3rd: A Inch 70 4th: S Johnson 70 Intermediate Men: 1st: D Mansbridge 67 2nd: G Marsh 69 3rd: S Prendergast 70 4th: G Tullet 72 Junior A: A 1st: J Hicks 68 2nd: G Giffkins 70 3rd: S Roulston 82 4th: A Thorne 71 Junior B: B 1st: G Cunliffe 67 2nd: B Thompson 69 3rd: D Thompson 70 4th: M Adams 71 Two’s: Two’s G Hawker x2, S Johnstone, K Todd, S Garbett, P DeCray, S Williamson, G Marsh Closest to the Pins: Pins #2in2: A Inch #6: K Todd #11: G Hawker #14: W Jenkins #17: G Hawker ————————————Next Week: Week Captain’s Trophy (semi(semi-final) & Winter Stableford (round 4) Starter: Bar: Starter A Sime Bar S Stewart 77

Results 6th July 2019 MATCH OF THE DAY: Stableford Round 1st: K Adams 39 2nd: P Avis 37 3rd: D MacDonald 37 4th: G Waller 36 5th: J Lewis 36 Closest to the Pins: Pins #3: P Avis #9: M Parrington #13: T Michael #17: M Parrington Men’s Longest Drive: Drive T Michael Women’s Longest Drive: Drive J Lewis Longest Putt: Putt D Thompson Best Gross: Gross P Avis 80 Two’s: Two’s J Lewis x2, P Avis 9 Holes: Holes 1st: H Reid 19 2nd: J Pascoe 18



Thank you to all our sponsors

Results 4th July 2019 MATCH OF THE DAY: 18 Holes - 2nd Championship Senior: 1st: N Weavers 91 2nd: B Thompson 92 Intermediate: 1st: J Blatch 90 Intermediate 2nd: L Steele 100 3rd: R Pilbrow 102 Junior: 1st: M Robertson105 Junior 2nd: 2nd P Rivers 108 3rd: S McDonald 114 MATCH OF THE DAY: 9 Holes - Nett 1st: T Craig 33 2nd: J Smith 36 3rd: S Farrar 37 4th: J Jenkins 37 5th: S Mardon 38

Monday 19th August 7:00pm, at the Darfield

Rugby Football Club




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Friday 19th July 2019

Open Evening



Thursday 25th July 2019 at 6:30pm A community school providing an environment in which each student is supported to develop the knowledge, wisdom and skills needed to contribute and participate successfully throughout their lives. Principal’s welcome, tour the School and meet students and staff.

10am Tuesday If you know of something newsworthy, we would love to know too!

(tours will take about one hour)

APPLICATIONS FOR 2020 ENROLMENTS CLOSE ON: FRIDAY 26TH JULY 2019 Information packs are available from the school: McLaughlins Road, Darfield. Phone: 03 318 8411 Fax: 03 318 8543 Email: Website:

- James Morris

14Jun - 19July 7:00pm

Euchre Evenings (6 consecu ve Friday’s)

Kirwee Bowling Club

28 Jun - 25 Jul

The Re-Sale Exhibi on

Selwyn Gallery, Darfield

12th July

10:00am ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ Tickets are on sale today at

Darfield Pharmacy

Darfield Rugby Clubrooms

13th July

10:00am Darfield/Malvern Menz Shed AGM

26 McLaughlins Road

POSITIONS AVAILABLE, ALL WELCOME! Any enquiries to the secretary:

14th July

Entries for St John Colouring Compe

14th July


16th July

10:00am MALVERN NEWS Adver@sing Deadline for 19th July Issue

17th July


21st July 25th July


26 - 28 July

Saturday 3rd August Starting 6pm at Larcomb Vineyard Semi-formal dress Courtesy van available Tickets available from the Club or phoning Club Captain Toby Messerer on 021 151 0963 Advert sponsored by Joe Brankin, Mike Pero Real Estate

on close today

St John Malvern 60th B-day Church Service & Open Day Trinity Church

Malvern Housing Trust AGM

Darf. Library Mee ng Room

Mid Winter Christmas Buffet

Terrace Downs Resort

Darfield High School Open Evening

Darfield High School

Malvern Game Hunters Annual Hun ng Compe


27th July


Selwyn Gets Ready - Street Contacts High Tea

Darfield Rec Centre

28th July


Malvern Game Hunters Weigh-in & Pig Carrying Comp

Coalgate Tavern

30th July


Mead / Te Pirita Gunclub AGM

32 Burns Rd, Te Pirita

31st July


ROLLESTON NEWS Adver@sing Deadline for 7th August Issue

3rd Aug


Kirwee Rugby Club Prizegiving

Larcomb Vineyard

Mid Winter Christmas Buffet

Terrace Downs Resort

18th Aug 19th Aug


Darfield Rugby Club AGM

Darfield Rugby Clubrooms

23rd Aug


Darfield Primary School PTA - Quiz Night

Darfield Rec Centre

31st Aug

North Canterbury Wearable Arts

Rangiora Town Hall

1st Sept

Father’s Day Buffet with Dad’s Favourites!

Terrace Downs Resort

1st - 6th Sept

Learn to Fly Gliders

Cant Gliding Club, Airfield

Friday 12th July 2019 PUBLIC NOTICES


Mead / Te Pirita Gunclub Tuesday 30th July 7pm, at the Clubhouse (32 Burns Road, Te Pirita)




ARE you wasting your valuable time CHIM Chim. We'll sweep your log CELEBRANT - Michelle Spence. trying to keep up with your -burners flue, check the Weddings and Civil unions accounts? Call us now for hassle- firebricks, baffles, air-tubes in Selwyn area. Please free accounting, tax and business and controls. We're experts phone 318 3000 or 027 205 advice - all right on your 4660 or visit the website: doorstep. Sterling Accountants @ on coal-ranges, also sweeping M a l ve rn B u s i n e s s H u b, any sized open fire. We quote and undertake repairs, flue CHURCH NOTICES Ann-Maree 021 215 0981. LAY ASSOCIATES Chartered extensions and install bird Accountants. Rolleston Office netting. 0800 224 464 phone 03 347 4501, Leeston Members NZHHA. Office phone 03 324 3030. WINTER’S coming! Time to “Real people, real knowledge”. service your fire. Accumulation

Darfield Life Church



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

BEV’S Clothing Alterations & Repairs. 6 Snowlea Place, W i lfi e ld , W e st Me l to n. Phone 03 347 0703 or 027 210 4517. PUBLIC NOTICES

of soot seriously affects performance. Latest rotary brush technology. Free moisture check on wood. Safety inspection. All work insured & guaranteed. From $80 single story. Phone 0800 SWEEP ME or 021 0277 1927.

Sunday 6:30pm 10:30am - First Sunday of month.

Ps Wayne Watson 027 281 8340 17 North Terrace


Call (03) 347 0024 021 641 465, 027 315 5520 or

050 876 6897 (SOOTYS) E: SERVICES WE OFFER ARE: • • • • •

Have you thought about fostering a child? We are looking for people in the Christchurch/Selwyn area who are willing to open up their home to *Matt. He needs a home that can provide him with support, care and unconditional love and guidance in a clear, fair and consistent way. Matt is looking for caregivers who enjoy outdoor activities and have a spacious yard.

Matt is an enthusiastic, funny and curious 16-year-old boy who is looking for a longterm home. He has overcome many challenges in his life and has grown immensely from these experiences. He has a strong need for belonging which he has rarely had.

He is kind, helpful, and eager to get on well with other people. He also loves outdoors, biking, Minecraft and animals. Matt has an amazing sense of humour, although requires support to express his feelings and needs.

Bird Netting Chimney Cleaning All Repairs Refurbishment Installs / Removals

EXPERIENCED EXPERIEN CED 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. CRANE TRUCK

We can offer the one stop shop! Health checks, bird proofing, repairs, installations, refurbishment of wood burners, removal of fires, we specialise in all wood burners including Pyro Classic, Ethos and Ultra Low Burners. We are recommended by leading fire retail outlets, and have a long standing relationship with leading Property Management companies along with a large private client base.

CRANE truck hire, Malvern area. 5m steel deck, trailer optional. Tadano certified 7.3m crane, lift up to 2.9 tonnes up close, 650kg at 7m. Payload is 5 tonnes. Ideal for spa pools, playhouses, machines, timber, small sleepouts etc. Call today! 0800 DRY HIRE.



Matt is currently working on building positive relationships and will require ongoing support.

We welcome carers who have the time, energy and the ability to provide a loving home. These are the most important things we look for in our foster carers. We will provide ongoing and intensive clinical and financial assistance as well as training to all our carers to ensure they always feel supported and enabled to do their best. Fostering a child in need is challenging but truly rewarding. As a carer, you'll provide consistent and responsive support and attention to help them make sense of their world.

If you are interested in discussing possibilities for Matt, please call Nicky on 03 365 0291 or 027 207 8212. *name and image changed for privacy.

Their future is in our hands! We're on a mission to change lives for the better! Any advertising which is not being charged to an approved account must have its payment received prior to deadline!

- The team at Malvern News.

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LIFESTYLE, LIFESTYLE farm tracks, yards DRY pine (6 cubic metres), and dairy lanes our speciality. $555. OMP, $585. Blue gum Screened rotten-rock, it’s local pine 50/50 mix, $695. and lasts better. Springfield Phone 027 297 7563. Quarry phone 318 4132. FOR SALE FIREWOOD & COAL

R K FIREWOOD Supplying wood for this Winter!

Old Man Pine, Bluegum, Macrocarpa, Oregon.

TRY THE HOT MIX! ERpos available. All top quality, clean wood.

Phone Rini 027 451 7300 AC & EA WAKELIN

FIREWOOD Mid-Winter Special 6m3 Poplar $370 ——————————————————————————--

Phone: 03 312 4637 or 021 260 4520








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.

Hedge & Shelterbelt Trimming

HAZELN UT trees. Good, Owner Operated established trees, seven years Geoff 021 549 499 old. Good crop from them. A/h 03 324 3482 Need to dig out. $30 each. Phone 027 507 2224. LUCERNE baleage. Medium squares. Kirwee area. Phone 027 436 7166. LUCERNE hay. Conventional bales. Good quality. Shed stored. Kirwee area. $10 per bale. Please phone 318 1964 or 027 432 6251. OREGON fence rails, 150 x 40mm. $3.99 per metre. Contact Graeme Knowles 021 613 229. POINT of lay hyline/ shavers pullets for sale. Please phone 021 863 158. WOOD shavings - untreated, clean shavings suitable for horse stables, calving sheds, chicken houses and rabbit hutches. Available in INSPECTIONS 70L bags, 1m 3 bales (compressed) and bulk T E N A N C Y I n s p e c t i o n s ! delivery. Phone 03 344 1676 Offering initial & routine for more details. inspections on tenanted houses, taking the hassle HEDGE TRIMMING out for you. Call Rebecca of Rural Tenancy Inspections Ltd on 027 313 2270 or email us at

Formerly Garry Stevenson


Phone Chris O’Donnell 027 210 2532 | 03 318 8479 Email:

LOCKSMITH Selwyn based 24hr mobile service, keys cut and general lock and safe maintenance. EFTPOS available. Call Locktight Secur ity on 021 171 8060.



Udi Painting & Decorating For all Pain ng and Decora ng services!


Interior & Exterior Pain ng & Plastering

Call if you need help or a quote!

Phone 021 212 0530

STUMP grinding service available. Phone Craig on 027 222 1632. CALVES wanted. 4 day old Hereford/Friesian cross. Prompt pick up. Please THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE phone 03 347 6504 or text GET rid of muscular aches 027 347 6505. and pains with a deep FEMALE pup for sale - ready tissue, hot oil massage. soon. Box/Mastiff x Airedale/ Great for sore back, Collie, $50. Phone 318 1749. shoulders and neck. Contact Erna on 027 300 4002. ROOF MAINTENANCE PETS & LIVESTOCK

ROOF & house maintenance. WANTED All aspects covered including spouting, mortar, tiles, re- DEAD, damaged or derelict roofing, roof painting, moss, cars, trucks, vans & mould & silicone sealing. 4WD’s, including motorbikes. General repairs. Phone Cash paid. Please phone 03 347 6702. 03 318 0650. MACROCARPA trees wanted. ROOM TO RENT Please phone Graeme SINGLE lockable rooms Knowles on 021 613 229. in Darfield Hostel. Internet, sky TV. $160pw. Please WINDOW TINTING phone 027 479 1431 or 318 3660. TINTTINT-A-WINDOW Solar Protective films. Fade UV block. Heat Glare control. Privacy. Safety/ Security. Frosted films. Free online quotes. Ph 0800 368 468. SITUATION VACANT


Position available for a Nanny/Child Minder for 2 boys (aged 4 & 2) in our Darfield home. Hours and days can be negotiated. Longer hours initially due to injury, then approx. 20 hours per week, moving forward in 2020. Position includes kindy and school drop off’s and pick up’s, light cleaning and meal preparation. Must have NZ working visa, NZ drivers licence and vehicle (fuel paid). Fair remuneration offered to the right applicant.

Please call Gemma on 027 410 2553 to discuss or email

Fully Qualified  Wallpapering Roof Pain@ng  All work guaranteed Free Quotes.

Contact Udi Aale 021 074 2075

TRADES ‘For all your decorating needs’

Micky Conway Painter & Decorator

Registered Master Builder •

Will cover all areas Contact Micky on

Phone Dave on 021 142 0567


New houses or alterations Award winning builder

R eg is te re d

021 125 1613

References available.



Darfield Based Roof painting, stopping & wallpapering, gib fixing, weather board, barges & fascia repairs.


Phone Rodney Fairbrass on: Master

Ph: 03 318 3778 M: 027 446 7092 E:

Friday 12th July 2019

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COUNTRY TOUCH SERVICES Your very own LOCAL, reliable & experienced

Heat pump supply, installation, servicing & maintenance

• 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

Window Cleaner Satisfaction Guaranteed! Phone or text Wilf Lock on 022 044 0654 or 03 347 8226 (A/H)

General household & business electrical work.

Give Nigel a call now for your no obligation free quote


Ph: 021 387 750 Andrew Love

Contract Window Cleaning Commercial  Residen al Free Quotes E:



Your LOCAL & reliable tradesman

Plastering Your Future ‘Specialising in new builds and renovations’ Based in Selwyn District

Contact: 021 384 230 Email:

M: 021 818 816 WINDOW REPAIRS 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.

House & Roof PrePre-Paint Wash

Moss Treating:

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

Specialising in:    

• • • • •

Mirrors Catdoors Splash Backs Retro Fit Double Glazing Insurance Repairs Ph 03 318 4128

  

Feedlots / Silage Pads Agricultural Effluent Storage Systems Driveways / Patios Residential Foundations & Slab Excavations & Shingle Supplies New Homes Farm Buildings

All aspects of concreting & all types of finishing  DECORATIVE  STAMPED  COLOURED  EXPOSED Dale Mayberry Ph: 021 222 2833

LOGFIRE INSTALLATIONS Showerdomes Tiling Adrian’s Building Services (03) 324-3125 Locally based, NZ Home Hea@ng Installer 10+ years



SuperComputer Sales and Service of new and used machines. Networking, Virus protection, Backup Re-loading and Restoring of Windows. Plain old fashioned Help & Assistance! ■ ■ ■ ■

New Builds Extensions Renovations Kitchen & Bathrooms

“I can’t give you a sure-fire formula for success, but I can give you a formula for failure: Try to please everybody all the time!” - Herbert Bayard Swope.

Mark Jones 03 318-1956 027 210 4242

0800 427 427

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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.

Darfield based with over 38 years of local knowledge and experience

• Washing

Reg. Service Technician

Septic Tank Cleaning Jetting Unit for blocked drains Camera Investigations | Port-a-loo hire Office 318 8609 | 0274 338 693 | TRADES

Contact your LOCAL certifying specialist. Over 30 years experience. Mainland Plumbing & Gas Ltd Ph Glenn: Kirwee Based

027 445 0684

AUTO & Marine Upholsterer 3967 West Coast Rd, Phone 03 318 7378. Opening Hours: Mon to Fri, 8am to 5pm, Saturday 9am to 12pm.

Selwyn Electrical Ltd Your Local Registered Electrician

ROB KELLOCK 318 1676 or 021 184 2448

021 732 331

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

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

or phone 03 318 1973 or 027 421 1637 e:

Licenced Builder

Phil Marsh Ph 318 4131 Mob 027 357 3696

Call Danie 021 875 462 03 980 2865 / 03 344 5744 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”

A husband was trying to decide what to get his wife for her birthday. When the day came he had finally settled on the perfect present to show his appreciation for her. When she woke up he ordered her to stay in bed and relax. As she lay there, looking forward to breakfast in bed, the smell of bacon floated up from the kitchen. But after a good long wait nothing happened so she finally went downstairs to investigate. She found her husband sitting at the table eating a big plate of bacon and eggs. “As a surprise for your birthday,” he explained, “I’ve decided to cook my own breakfast.”

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