A group of residents are discussing the possibility of turning St Mark’s Church into a community cafe. Our vision is for:
“A family-friendly cafe, the profits from which will fund a community hub offering arts and culture activities, skill sharing, exhibitions, workshops and events.”
Please complete our online community survey (closes on 18.11.2016) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
WE NEED THE COMMUNITY TO HELP MAKE THIS A REALITY,
PLEASE TELL US WHAT YOU THINK.
The survey is open to non-residents, so please encourage your friends around the Wellington region to complete it. We will be at the Residents’ Association AGM on Tuesday evening and will be happy to chat to you afterwards.
The Residents’ Association is holding its Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 1 November. It will include discussion on:
- A joint New Zealand Transport Agency and Porirua City Council crash reduction study onState Highway 1 and possible safety measures they could install. They have some suggestions and want our feedback on them.
- A proposal for a cafe in Pukerua Bay – possibly at St Mark’s Church, or maybe somewhere else.
- Community-led initiative to make Pukerua Bay pest-free by having traps across the village.
- Review of our Village Plan.
We will also elect the committee for next year, and volunteers are welcome. We would like another two or three people on the committee. Contact Iain MacLean if you’re interested.
All Pukerua Bay residents are members of the Residents’ Association. Come and have your say, and raise any issues of concern.
(event link on Facebook)
Tuesday 18 October 2016, 9.30 am
A working bee is to take place on the morning of Tuesday 18 October 2016. This working bee will be focused on weed control, in particular a follow up to work already started on Cape Ivy control on the boundary to Melody Farm. Members of the regular Tuesday working bee for Ngā Uruora will be helping out.
Where and when: Assembly point will be at the end of Muri Road near the track entrance gate (map), at 9:30 am, Tuesday 18 October 2016.
What to bring: Bring drinking water, gloves, muscles, knowledge, smiles and all important morning tea. If you have loppers, a pruning saw or a grubber this would help. Don’t worry if you don’t have tools, Ngā Uruora have a few that could be provided.
Weather: If the weather looks like not cooperating the intention is to send out a cancellation email the night before.
More information is also available on the Ngā Uruora website, and if you are interested in volunteering for the Pukerua Bay end, sign up to their newsletter.
Tuesday 11 October 2016
Present: Iain McLean, Brian Sullivan, June Penhey, Jonathan Harker, Pauline Morse, Paul FitzGerald, Kate Dreaver, Anita Baker (PCC), Ross Leggett (PCC), Bill Inge (PCC), Jenny Brash (GWRC).
Community: Nikky Winchester, Kelly McClean, and Rochelle Grace (St. Mark’s group); Mark Owen, Geoff Marshall and Steve Jones (NZTA); Peter Roach, Gay Hay.
Apologies: Nick Vincent, Dale Williams (PCC), Barbara Donaldson (GWRC). Continue reading “October 2016 Residents’ Association meeting minutes”
Tuesday 13 September 2016
Present: Iain McLean, Brian Sullivan, June Penhey, Pauline Morse, Jonathan Harker, Paul FitzGerald, Kate Dreaver, Bronwyn Kropp (PCC), Euon Murrell (PCC).
Community: Keryn Martin (Bishop’s Community Development Trust), Cameron Gubb (Solicitor for Pukerua Bay Store), Chandu Patel (Pukerua Bay Store operator), Steve Wright (Beach Bash), Susan van de Vorstenbosch, Peter Roach.
Apologies: Nick Vincent, Jenny Brash (GWRC) Continue reading “September 2016 Residents’ Association meeting minutes”