Puhoi Community Forum Meeting to Be Held On Tuesday, 30th October

PUHOI COMMUNITY FORUM
MEETING TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY, 30th October at 7.30pm at
THE PUHOI SPORTS CLUB – CO CHAIRPERSONS – PAUL MANTON & DUSTYN
O’LEARY
AGENDA
1. Confirmation of the Minutes of previous Meeting held on 28th August, 2018
2. Matters Arising from those Minutes (not appearing on this Agenda)
3. Treasurer’s Report for September 2018 (previously circulated) – Jenny Schollum
4. General Business
(i) Puhoi Christmas street party
(ii) Working Groups – updates
• Puhoi Pioneers Memorial Park
• Road Safety Group
• Civil Defence
• Neighbourhood Support
• Historical Society
• Others
(iv) Village market – Judith Williams
NEXT MEETING:
The next meeting will be held on Tuesday, 26th November at 7.30pm.

We Can See Your House From Here

Reagan Remeka recently took some great drone footage of the village – shown here as a fisheye view. See if you can zoom in in your house…


Looking for a Little Space

We are looking for a space to park with our caravan in Puhoi or close by. We are self-contained, so we really only need a level piece of ground, but if there’s a tap or the use of a toilet and shower that would be perfect.
Please contact Sabina & Jim if you have space and would like to discuss details. We are a gardener and builder and could offer help in exchange if that would interest you or a weekly rate.
Phone: 021-1515088

Its Happening in The Park

For several years we’ve been having working bees to plant along the river in the Puhoi Pioneers Memorial Park. With the burst of spring weather this week a delicate drift of blossom has appeared along the bank. The council have mown a strip all along for us, so we now have a lovely new walking track from which to enjoy the park. This extends for about 1/2km from the left-hand gate, winding round past the Rosa Villa development on the opposite bank.

A sunny walk along the path is is such a pleasure now – thoroughly recommended to all! If we keep the track well trod it will keep the grass under control (we never know when we’ll be blessed with another mow!). Dogs are welcome on the track too (ignore the current signage, which refers to the paddock) – obviously with the usual clear-up and leash caveats.

Head round the existing track from the entrance

Picture 1 of 50

We’d like to make a little picnic space in the area opposite the tearooms with the addition of a couple of picnic benches.

With this new track, and the much improved gravel on the steps of the loop track (starting behind the toilet block), our park is turning into a precious asset for the village. Other projects include the clearing of the old sheep pens and possible development of a community garden, a refurbishment of the old tennis pavilion near the horse area and the clearing of invasive Arundo reeds along the bank – plenty to get involved with, and new ideas always welcome!

Puhoi Community Forum Meeting to Be Held On Tuesday 28th August

PUHOI COMMUNITY FORUM

MEETING TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY 28th August 2018 at 7.30pm at

THE PUHOI SPORTS CLUB – CHAIRPERSON – DUSTYN O’LEARY

AGENDA

Confirmation of the Minutes of previous Meeting held on 31st July 2018.

Matters Arising from those Minutes (not appearing on this Agenda)

Treasurer’s Report – for July 2018– as previously circulated by Jenny Schollum.

General Business

(i) Park Structures Discussion.

The community’s view on the future of the current buildings/structures within the park needs to be determined (please see council report circulated with last month’s minutes).

(ii) Puhoi needs the return or installation of community stocks (Paul Manton).

5. Working Group Updates

Puhoi Pioneers Memorial Park

Road Safety Group

Civil Defense

Neighborhood Support

Heritage Museum

Waiwera Valley Association

Village Market

Others

 

NEXT MEETING The next meeting will be held on Tuesday 25th Sept at 7.30pm.

Sheds in The Park

As part  of a recent audit by Auckland Council of buildings in the River Park, a report was done on the sheds currently being used by the tenant for storing farm equipment and hay. They are not in very good condition and would require extensive (i.e.  expensive) renovation to bring them up to a standard for use by the community. Puhoi Community Forum would like to canvas opinion locally on the value of the buildings and any suggestions as to possible uses and funding of renovation.

 

 

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