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Fight for Grey Power gets physical The fight to control Grey Power has gotten physical, with supporters of former president Neville Male forcing their way into the association’s office on Saturday and again on Monday morning. They claimed to be the rightful committee and refused to leave, as did supporters of the Kevin Gardener-led group, which includes office manager Pat Carrick and the executive committee. After the confrontation on Saturday, po-

lice told both parties to leave and gave the keys to the landlord until 8.30 on Monday morning, when they could prove who the rightful tenant is. The scene was repeated on Monday morning with police again telling both parties to leave the building until the rightful group could be decided. Yesterday the national federation stepped into the battle, declaring its support for the Kevin Gardener-led group and saying it

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andrew@nelsonweekly.co.nz is the “proper authority to represent Grey Power in Nelson”, not the former president Neville Male. Mac Welch, national chair of the Grey Power Federation legal and regulation standing committee, told Waimea Weekly

he is “disgusted with the manner in which the good name of Grey Power has been brought into disrepute by some individuals in the Nelson area”. “Because of the wide-spread publicity, members are becoming confused with the various public statements and many have contacted me directly, demanding that the federation sort out the situation between

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SCOUT CAMP: More than 300 kids from around Nelson gathered for the Founders Day Camp at Wairoa Gorge over the weekend. The two-day camp had the scouts and cubs participate in a range of activities including abseiling, shooting, kayaking and even bashing an old car. Photo: Jacob Chandler.

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National body steps in over Grey Power battle Mr Male cease and desist from of the anti-Neville faction turned claiming any affiliation to Grey up she opened the door to let him the factions – one led by Mr GarPower.” in and the others forced their way dener and the other by Mr Male.” in, leaving the Earlier, the batHe went on to say Grey Power matter as a staletle for control of has been built by its volunteers Grey Power litermate. and it’s “deplorable that the good The police were ally turned into work in the area is being undera struggle when “[it’s] deplorable that the called and they mined, and volunteer and staff the group back- good work in the area is took the keys off being undermined” reputations are being affected”. both parties and ing Neville Male By the end of last month, Mac turned up on Satgave them to the - Mac Welch. says the federation was notified landlord until urday morning by Nelson Grey Power secrewith a locksmith to change the they could prove who the rightful locks. Office manager Pat tenant is. Carrick was heading to The mess between Neville Male the office to do some work and the executive committee, Open until 3pm Saturdays and quickly let herself in who voted no confidence in him 277 High St, Motueka and locked the Male sup- and later expelled him from the porters out. membership, began last year when a restructure was opposed When another supporter Run by Shooters for Shooters

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tary that Neville’s Grey Power membership had been cancelled following a formal complaints hearing at which four of the five complaints were upheld. “Following this, Mr Male’s contact details have been removed from the Grey Power Federation database. “As a further consequence, the executive committee has recommended to the full board meeting in Auckland today [Tuesday] that

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SCHOOL FIESTA: Mahana School is holding its Twilight Food and Music Fiesta at the school grounds on Saturday March 7 from 3pm to 7pm. The fiesta will feature homemade food, drinks and live music from Taylor Pumphrey, Georgia Chapple, Mitchell Neal, Kieran O’Connor from Oh Blok and Medicine Woman. There will also be a silent auction, raffles and entertainment for the children. Entry is a gold coin. The school will be signposted from Dominion Rd. CHILDREN’S DAY: The Tasman District Council is helping to celebrate Children’s Day this Sunday when it will hold its Choice Children’s Day at Conifer Park at Rabbit Island from 2pm to 4pm. There will be free activities for the whole family including bouncy castles, balloon twisting, face painting, pony cart rides, a cookie decoration workshop, colouring-in competition and treasure hunt. The Get Moving Family Fun Ride team will be setting up bike courses and there will be a bike mechanic available to give bikes a quick check over for roadworthiness. insurance sPecialist

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Golden Bay Kayak’s Tony Bateup has a close encounter with Orca offshore from Pohara. Photo: Tom Cooper. they had gone, and then they would come up again. “One of them swam right alongside the surf ski and rolled on its side and eyeballed me. There were two really big guys - I reckon one of them had a dorsal that was five feet high.” Department of Conservation ranger, Mike Ogle, says seeing a pod of orca this large is quite significant, as generally pods in the area

contain around six whales. He says the orca feed off the stingrays and an increase in stingrays is likely the cause for the high number of orca sightings this time of year. “They seem to come through, hang around for a while and move on.” He encourages people to enjoy the mammals and be amazed, but advises that there are some regulations around marine mammals.

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SWAP MEET: Andrew Dyer with some of the signs he had for sale at the Nelson Vintage Car Club Swap Meet on Saturday. This was the first time the car club has held a swap meet of this size and it hopes to make it an annual fundraiser for the club. The giant ‘garage sale’ was to raise money in order to renovate their new club rooms that they took over from the Nelson Speedway Association. Photo: Jessie Johnston.

Andrew Board Nelson could be on the verge of a world first, by eradicating the great white butterfly from the region. The project to eradicate the great white butterfly has been run by the Department of Conservation since 2013 in conjunction with a number of agencies, including both councils. The project has relied heavily on members of the public to inform them of sightings of eggs, caterpillars and butterflies. As a result, there has been just one sighting in the Top of the South since the start of December. Project manager Mike Shepherd says the big push now is to make sure the butterflies are completely eradicated. If that’s the case, it will be the first time the butterflies have been successfully eradicated from any region in the world. “Most countries in Europe and Asia, where there’s a lot of these butterflies, have land borders, so they can’t try to eradicate these kind of pests. But because we’re quite isolated, we can.” The butterflies cause massive damage to native plants and brassica vegetables and would have had a huge effect on the region’s market garden industry, as well as dairy, beef and sheep farming. The butterfly was restricted to Nelson but would have spread if not contained when it was. In November 2013, 227 great white butterfly were found in Nelson, compared with just 12 in November 2014. In December 2013, there were 220 detections compared to just one in December 2014. Martin says the current phase of the programme “Help us get to zero” is a public campaign urging people to hunt down any remaining eggs, caterpillars or butterfly. Autumn is the time of year the butterflies emerge after remaining dormant in summer. DOC is urging people to contact them on 0800 800 99 66 if they see any signs of the butterfly, its eggs or caterpillars.

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A revolutionary tree-harvesting machine, that has been developed and manufactured in Nelson, is attracting attention from overseas buyers, with one of the $1.2million machines being exported to Canada this week. The project was initiated by Kelly Logging’s owner Nigel Kelly almost 10 years ago, after he was concerned that the existing practise of using logging crews to fell and harvest trees on steep slopes was too risky. So Nigel got a team Nigel Kelly, left, Kerry Hill and Mark Lindbom in front of the steep slope tree harvesting machine, of Nelson designers and manufacClimbMAX, that is being exported to Canada this week. Photo: Simon Bloomberg. turers together to build a machine that could harvest trees safely and efficiently on slopes of up to 45 degrees. And this week, the fifth aptly named ClimbMAX rolled off the production line and was exported to Canada where it will be used to harvest trees on Vancouver Island. Kelly Logging is already using two ClimbMAX machines in forests Kate began her hairdressing career in Christchurch & completed her training around Nelson and Marlborough, using the Toni and Guy method. She has nearly 20 years of industry experience JB Logging is operating one in on the salon floor both working and training staff. Kate has owned her own Napier, while a fourth is operating salon and worked in the role of Creative Director for a number of years. She in British Columbia. “I could see also, amongst other things worked doing hair and makeup for Peter Jackson’s that forestry crews were working in big budget movie The Hobbit. Kate enjoys transforming a client and loves both a high risk area on steep slopes, so I the cutting and colouring process. She is very excited to be joining the team at wanted to make it safer,” Nigel says. Haircraft after being away for 12 months she welcomes both old and new clients. “ClimbMAX eliminates almost all manual tree-felling and breaking16 Tahunanui Dr, Tahuna Ph: 546 5050

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Nelson nurses helped heal WWI soldiers Monique Bergman

As Anzac Day approaches, the focus will be on those men who fought in World War One, but plenty of women also did more than their share for the cause and many of them were Nelsontrained nurses. Despite the eagerness of New Zealand nurses to serve in World War One, initially they were not supported by the government, with the New Zealand Crown Law office stating that war was not a place for women. Meanwhile, the Australian government asked for 12 nurses to join the Australian Army Nursing Services who were soon to depart for Egypt-they left New Zealand on April 1, 1915. Nelson’s Ethel Dement was one of the 12 nurses who arrived in France on April 6, 1916, and she was placed in a British hospital. An excerpt from a letter Ethel

wrote from a British hospital “somewhere in France” said: “Tommy is so fine, so cheery in his privations, with the quaintest sayings and antics, and if you could only see them here after having faced death so often you would see another phase of the human, a phase which is new to us who have never faced war before”. Finally the New Zealand government relented and on April 6, 1915, 110 nurses were officially enlisted in the New Zealand Army Nursing Service. During the course of the war, 39 nurses who either trained, were born, or lived in our region, joined the service. Some nurses were placed in casualty wards in England and others in dressing and casualty clearing stations, where the more seriously injured were attended to before being moved to a mobile hospital or shipped back to England

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Averill and Brian Moore at the Stoke Memorial Hall on Saturday night. The Fight 4 Victory boxers squared off for the cameras at McCashin's Brewery on Friday night and we were there to snap the action. On Saturday we returned to Stoke, this time to the Stoke Memorial Hall for the Nelson Social Dancing Club's event. Remember, if you'd like us to come and take photos at your event or party give us a call on 544 9037 or email us at editorial@waimea weekly.co.nz

Chris and Geoff Pitcaithly take a breather after dancing at the Nelson Social Dancing Club.

Ryan O'Connell and Scott McCashin with his son William, on Friday night.

Brian Muddiman and Hazel Sanders enjoying the atmosphere at the Nelson Social Dancing Club.

Tagan Lyall and Ashleigh Woodhouse at McCashin's Brewery on Friday night.

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School bands to show their metal A ‘Just Metal’ music concert will be held at The Theatre Royal, next weekend which will feature local college bands including one from Waimea College. The all age’s event has been organised by Danny Freilich, Manager of local metal band ‘Legacy of Disorder’. He wanted to give local young bands an opportunity to gain professional live performance experience, as well as providing a safe and affordable event for teenagers to attend. ‘Legacy of Disorder’, who have recorded and toured in the USA, will

headline the concert with supporting bands from Waimea College, Garin College, Nayland College, Nelson College and Motueka High School. Waimea College students Siobhan Lavery, Matt Hammond, Ralph Paxton and Liam Golding, of blended thrash punk and metal band ‘Toxic Vain’, have been rehearsing during school lunch breaks and weekends for the gig. They came together over two years ago having grown up with metal influences such as Black Sabbath, Metallica and Megadeath.

The band who writes their own songs, won the Lowdown Best Song Award at last year’s Rockquest and say they are looking forward to playing a 22minute set of their original material. “It is a great opportunity to get out there, play live and have fun with the other artists,” says band member Ralph. The ‘Just Metal’ concert, sponsored by Legacy of Disorder, Danny Freilich, NBS and Beggs Music Works, will be held at the Theatre Royal this Saturday. Tickets are $10 and available through the schools involved.

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donated, and have now all been distributed to the workers in both the Nelson Bays and Marlborough regions for them to take home to their villages. All of this after an article in Waimea Weekly. I would like to thank the generosity of Nelsonians who have donated to these two projects. Belinda Roselli.

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who have lost their way and need some portive of what we do and vice versa, and Nelson ARK also supports people who help with building skills and their self a number of the people who have horses are interested in working with young peoesteem, and we place them alongside dogs here come and volunteer for the ARK, so ple, with training and support to complete that are not immediately re-homeable,” it all works; it’s actually quite a community their level 3 youth work certificate. says The Nelson ARK’s community co- that we have here and so relationships and The Nelson ARK will have its offices open ordinator, Karen during the open day Howieson. “We for any people lookrun a programme, ing to learn more which is an eight about supporting the week intensive group, while Stoneprogramme, hurst Farm is free where they are to be explored, with responsible for Laurence and Suretraining a dog. zanne on hand for The dog training any enquiries about Stonehurst Farms new all-purpose arena that was completed late last year has component facility hire or grazalready been put to good use. teaches those ing. The annual open young people respect, responsibility, communication are all very important,” day will include a number of other acproblem solving and discipline, and then says Karen. tivities including pony rides, horse and we have a second component called “Without volunteers the ARK wouldn’t cart rides, a bouncy castle, horse and dog ‘healing species’, which is a compassion be able to operate, and it’s also important demonstrations, second-hand horse gear education violence-intervention for people to know who we are and where for sale, ice cream, a sausage sizzle and programme and that is to help young we are,” says Karen. “We’re always des- coffee. The day people learn to deal with difficult perate for foster families who are willing will run from situations and to hold on to their power.” to look after the dogs for the duration of 10am until There are a number of benefits that have the programme, the ARK pays for all ex- 2pm, so come come from working closely together and penses, but we always need new families down and see both groups receive a lot of support from because many of them fall in love with the this fantastic the other. “We share certain facilities and dogs and end up adopting them.” There’s a set-up for yourthat kind of reduces the overheads, but whole range of volunteer work available, self. Stonehurst we also do an equine session and going depending on people’s skills, from the dog Farm and The forward we will look at an equine pro- advisory group, fundraising committee, Nelson ARK gramme, based on the APART (Animals and youth advisory group to volunteers are situated at People And Rehabilitative training) pro- for stalls at events, cleaning and accounts. 165 Haycock gramme. Laurence and Suzanne are sup- Through the APART programme, The Road in Hope.

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I personally like to try different things to simply coffee and chocolate. I once announced to my lecturers at seminary that I would be giving up study for Lent. They were impressed by my willingness to give something up and to use this as a greater time of preparation. However, my lecturers informed me they wouldn’t be giving up grading during Lent. As a Christian, I personally struggle with the concept of Lent. The ultimate sacrifice of Christ, and his resurrection are a cause of great celebration for God’s people. No longer does sin, death and the devil have power over us, but we are called into

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salvation with our God. As Paul says to the believers in Thessalonica, ‘Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.’ (1 Thessalonians 16-18). So why do we still encourage Lenten observances. There still is value for us in setting aside a special time to focus on God. Firstly, it makes us aware of how much we depend on earthly things, more so than God. Secondly, it reminds us of our hunger, or neediness for God. Thirdly, it helps us to set aside earthly idols

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season kicked off in November last year, with the first round hosted by Wanganui and the second held at Lake Karapiro in Cambridge on February 1. After the Lake Rotoiti Nelson Lakes Regatta, drivers will travel to Hokitika for Easter weekend races and then things will come to a close in Cromwell on Anzac weekend. It’s one of the biggest events on the power boat calendar and will determine who gains the title of 1NZ Champion for 2015. Drivers will be coming from around the country to compete; as far north as Auckland and as far south as Invercargill. “It’s the third round of our national series and I’m currently sitting on third place on the table,” says locally-based driver and 1NZ champion for 2013, Julian Stilwell. “We were first after the first round so I’m quite

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Waimea College narrowly lost the mixed competition to Golden Bay High School by six games in a count back in the Tasman regional secondary schools tennis competition played in Nelson last Friday Waimea’s Sam Edens and Nayland College’s Oscar Symonds had a tight battle with both players displaying solid serving and plenty of accurate volley and net play before Sam won 9-8. Nayland College’s Sophie Young and Frances Clark of Golden Bay High School also had a long match with Frances winning the third set in a tie break 7-5. In the girls’ competition, Nelson College for Girls A defeated Marlborough Girls to qualify for the South Island champs to be played in Timaru next month. Marlborough Girls was second and Nelson Girls B third. Marlborough College A team turned the tables on last year’s result, dominating the boys division and beating Nelson College A team across all singles matches to take the title. Marlborough B was third and Nelson B fourth. Waimea was one of six teams that competed in the social grade which Sport Tasman’s secondary schools regional sport director Jeni Nunn says gives new players an opportunity to compete against other students in their age group. Motueka High School’s boys’ team won the social grade competition. Games were played at the Tasman Tennis Centre and Hope Tennis Club.

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Being a part of the Fight 4 Victory is a massive personal challenge – that’s no secret. But it’s not just the training that takes some adjustment, the added attention takes just as much getting used to. The training for Fight 4 Victory has taken over my life to some degree. When I’m not doing it I’m thinking about it or can still feel those stiff muscles as a result of it. All of that I expected. What I didn’t expect was all the stuff that comes with it – promotional stuff, interest from the public, which may seem a little odd coming from a journalist. Since it was announced in Waimea Weekly that I’d be fighting Hayden Thompson, there’s been plenty of interest. I’ve had friends of his tell me to make sure I hit him hard, I’ve had friends of his tell me that he will “waste” me. I’ve had his old rugby coach pop into my office to tell me what a grave mistake I’ve made, “he knocked out ten guys in one season”, I was told. I’ve also had the 11-year-old son of the Weekly’s owner ask me if he can come and watch the fight with his butterfly net, “to catch your teeth as they get knocked out”. As you can imagine, none of this made me feel particularly chipper. In pubs, supermarkets, and even down Trafalgar St and in Richmond Mall, I’ve had people come up to me asking how the training is going. I didn’t expect that. People are genuinely interested and excited about the event. That’s a testament to the success of the original Fight 4 Victory in 2013. And then there are the radio shows, promotional photos and even this column. Last week, Hayden and I were invited onto the morning sports show on Newstalk ZB with Murray Leaning and Dave Birdling. It was a bloody good laugh and was the first time I’d seen Hayden since the fight was announced. We eyed each other up and he told the show’s audience that I could have a career in music after the fight because I would have had “more hits than Elvis”. And on Friday night we all lined up at McCashin’s Brewery to have our photos taken by Evan Barnes from Shuttersport for the official fight programme. I’m not used to being on the other side of the camera and all the attention is taking a bit of getting used to. All the while the training, the relentless training, continues to dominate our lives. It’s five and a half weeks until the fight and the interest from the public just increases the pressure we feel, which provides plenty of motivation for training.

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Social Cards ‘500’ & Euchre. Senior Citizens Rooms Oxford St Rmd. Tues & Thursdays 1.30-4pm. $2 includes afternoon tea. Allwelsome. Contact Kath 5445563. Kath.dick@xtra.co.nz Car Boot Sale & Market, Sat 21 Mar. 9am-1200 Henley Kindergarten 11a Gilbert St Rmd.. Sites $10 set up from 7.30am. No bookings needed. Also Bouncy Castles, Baking, Coffee, BBQ, face painting & White Elephant Stall. Alzheimers Nelson For people living with Memory loss & Dementia Advice, Information & support ARE AVAILABLE . Ph: 5467702 or 0800 004 001 Messages cleared regularly. Music on Fridays St David’s Florence St. Friday 10am. A morning of Edward Elgar secenes of his birth place & area where he grew up. His glorious music. Taming Your Toddler - Nelson Parents Centre. This class runs for 2 weeks 25th Feb & 4th Mar at 7pm. Aimed at parents with toddlers 12+ months. Learning strategies for challenging behaviours & situations; & age appropriate play ideas. First Aid for babies & toddlers - Nelson Parents Centre. 11th Mar. 7pm. Aimed at parents & caregivers of babies & preschoolers to learn CPR, choking & First Aid skills. Toilet Training - Nelson Parents Centre. 25th Mar. 7pm. Get information, tips & tricks on toilet training your preschooler. Contact Mel 5474677 or 02102954514 for info or to register for any of these 3 classes.. FOSTER Parents Change Lives & Communities. Child, Youth & Family are offering free training for foster parents & caregivers in Nelson. Dates: Mar. 19, Mar. 26 & Apr. 2. Time 6-9pm. Contact Heather 03 989 4200 or heather.couper002@cyf.govt.nz for further info. SunCity Rockers, Rock ‘n’ Roll beginners lessons begin Tues. 3 Mar. for 6 weeks($30).Club Waimea,7pm.Professional instructors.Its great fun. GIVE IT A GO! New programme Sport Tasman

once a week on Wed 10am Entry level activities different activity each week all welcome $5 contact Sarah at sarah.h@sporttasman.org.nz or Ph. 9232313 for more info. FRESH FOCUS John & Hilary Mitchell speaking about “Unravelling the lives of 19th century chiefs”. Mon. 2 Mar., 10-11 am, at Nelson Suburban Club, 168 Tahunanui Drive. Everyone welcome. Entry $2. Astronomy lecture Mar. meet. Rosetta – How are you? The Rosetta Mission...from science fiction to science fact. Barry Korcheski. Tuesday, 3rd Mar., 7.30pm.Room A211 at NMIT, all welcome. Gold coin donation for NSS non-members. Forest & Bird Wed. Mar. 11 Chris Cornelisen of the Cawthron Institute will talk on managing a healthy Pacific Ocean & the Pacific Ocean Initiative POI. 7.30 p m Tahunanui School Hall, Muritai St.. Also Sat. Feb 28 Bat Spotting at Pelorus bridge. Take an evening guided walk to investigate the forest & learn about the efforts taken to protect the resident longtail bats. Meet at Bridge Café carpark 7.30pm. To share transport call Julie 03 5450989 Get MONEY Smart - Want to save money or SLASH debt in 2015 for FREE? Register for our weekly evening class held in Nelson, Motueka or Blenheim. Bonus - NO FEES!! Call Pip 03 547 6138 or Register at www.barbicantc.com for info session next week. RICHMD. LIONS GROUP Meet next on Tues. Mar. 3rd at the AGE CONCERN building, Oxford St., Rmd. 6.00pm for 6.30pm meal. Come along & meet this friendly bunch of Lions, we are a mixed group of ladies & gentlemen serving your community – new members welcome! Scottish Country Dancing, Beginners Class 2 Mar.. 7.30pm $5.00 per class. St David’s Church Hall, Florence St, Richmond. Good fun & exercise ph 5440902. Rock’n’Roll (Sun City Rockers) beginners lessons commence 3 Mar. ,Club Waimea 7pm $30 for 6 les-

sons to be paid on first night. Come & & have some fun Nelson/Tasman Endometriosis Network celebrates International Endometriosis Mar. Awareness with Guest Speakers discussing Endometriosis with respect to treatment, fertility & pelvic physiotherapy. Join us Sat. 21 Mar. 10-11.30am at Contour Roofing, 41 Venice Place, Stoke. Gold Coin donation See www.nzendo.org for more details or Ph: Helen 5441724 RED PUPPY APPEAL Volunteers needed for an easy 2 hours of collecting for the Blind Foundation at tables at shops in Nelson & Richmond on Fri 27 & Sat 28 Mar.. Please contact Carl Horn at 539-1108. SINGING WORKSHOP: Brush up your vocal skills & learn an a cappella arrangement of The Beach Boys’ song “In My Room”. 7-9pm over three Thursday evenings, 12-26 Mar.. Early registration is $40 ($20 for students). New friends & laughter free of charge. Ph: Jenny, 547 4354 or www.nelsonharmony.org.nz. Preschool Holiday Programme for 3-4 year olds, 7 to 16 Apr.. Fully registered teachers in a caring & nurturing environment. Rmd., Greenwood & Grove St Kindergartens. See www.ntk.org.nz for details. Post Natal Support WAKEFIELD. Are there days when being a Mum is a challenge? The reality of being a Mum isn’t how it is in the adverts. offering useful strategies for life with children & self care. Other support also available including face to face counselling & a support person to visit Mums in their homes ring Gwen 548 3555. Playgroup: Sallies Play Cafe Richmond held at The Salvation Army, 57 Oxford St Fridays 9.30am 11.30am (term time). Come along meet other mums while the kids play. Bring morning tea for your own child(ren). Cuppa provided. Gold coin donation. More info contact Vanessa 0274446976 Learn to Play Bridge Do you enjoy cards, like challenges and want to stay mentally alert?...then discov-

er Bridge with the Richmond Bridge Club. Lessons start Thurs 5 Mar, first lesson is free! Ph Shirley 544 6734 REGULAR EVENTS WAIMEA AREA QUILTERS Our first 2015 meeting is at Hope School Library on Feb. 12th, 7.30pm . Speaker will be Fiona Jenkins on her Mosaics; plus news, Show & Tell etc. New Members welcome to this friendly group. Contact: Secretary Marilyn on 541 8435 Richmond Park Sunday Market, At the Showground’s Every Sunday 10am – 2.00pm Crafts, Produce, plants, small goods. Richmond Waimea Toy Library: Come & look at our extensive range of toys. Open Tues 9.30-11.30am, Thurs 6.30-8.00pm & Sat 9.30-12.30pm. Yellow building beside the tennis courts at Jubilee Park. Ph 0276826217 x Richmond Creative Fibre- meetings at Birch Hall, Richmond showgrounds, 9.30am on 2nd & 4th Thursday for Spinning, 3rd Thursday for Felting/ weaving. New members welcome, bring your lunch. Contact Mary 547 2611 Tiny Tots, a free , fun introduction to stories, songs, active movement & rhymes for preschoolers & their caregivers. Tues.s 10-10.30am. Children’s Area, Richmond library during term time. Better Breathing Classes (BBC) including hydrotherapy pool held regularly. Light exercise with a focus on breathing & relaxation. Ph: Nelson Asthma Society 546 7675 for more information & classes near you. Mum4Mum Breastfeeding support meets the last Wed. of every month 10am at the Ecomoon Collective Building, 120 Bridge St, Nelson. All welcome. Ph Tara 0212772098 or mum4mum@nbph.org.nz TOASTMASTERS Improve your social confidence. Learn the art & skills of public speaking. There are 4 Toastmasters Clubs in Nelson&Motueka. For info contact June at 022-018-0853 or neatjun@yahoo. co.nz.

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