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Christchurch Sport and Recreation Guide

Latest Christchurch Sport and Recreation Guide better than ever

Getting fit or staying active this summer will be helped with release of a new edition of the Mizone Christchurch Sport and Recreation Guide, now available free at outlets throughout the city.

The guide is designed to make it easier for people of all ages to be active, and provides information on a wide range of sporting and recreational opportunities. “There’s something in the guide for everyone,” says Chris Wallace of the Council’s Sports Promotions Team.

“Our aim is to make it easier for people to get active by giving them as many options as possible.”

The Mizone Christchurch Sport and Recreation Guide is produced twice a year by Christchurch City Council Leisure. Some 35,000 copies have been printed of this, the sixth edition. They are available free to anyone with an interest in sport and recreation in Christchurch this summer.

One of the popular features of the 50-page guide is a fold-out map of Christchurch sports grounds. The latest guide, covering the period from this month until March next year, has some new features included following feedback and research. They include a more detailed sports parks map and the addresses and locations of most groups.

The Mizone Christchurch Sport and Recreation Guide is available free from all Christchurch City Council libraries, facilities and service centres and most sporting retailers, recreation providers, secondary schools and sports associations, or by phoning 941 6840.

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