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Park Planting Postponed

Park Planting Postponed

The community planting day at Thomson Park, Marine Parade, New Brighton, which was due to be held tomorrow, will now be held on Saturday 9 September at 1pm. It has been postponed because of the ground conditions. NB: Could this item be placed on Cancellation Boards please?
Further information: Craig Oliver, Parks Unit: 371 1691.

Housing Complex To Open

Eleven housing units in Percival Street, Beckenham, will be opened by the Mayor, Garry Moore, at 2pm tomorrow, Saturday 2 September. This unique project is a partnership with the Colombo Street Baptist Church and the Christchurch City Council. The Council built the units for $900,000 and the church's Beckenham Community Housing Trust raised $230,000 for landscaping, site works and chattels.

Further information: Margaret Willis, Housing Trust: 337 1395.

Sam Fisher Corporate Communication Co-ordinator Christchurch City Council 03 371-1762 025 229 3552

Christchurch City Council

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