Calling All Builders/handyman Types!!



The Puhoi Community Forum needs helps restoring the old tennis pavilion in the park! This another piece of Puhoi’s past that we would really like to see made safe and usable again. The pavilion is currently full of rubbish and needs quite a bit of work, including replacement of some cladding, full roof iron replacement, repainting etc.

We really need the community to get involved on this one so this building does not end up going the way of the poor old hay shed!

If you are willing to help with this project please comment below.

Dustyn O’Leary

PCF Co-Chair

Puhoi Community Forum Meeting to Be Held On Tuesday 27th August at 7.30pm at the Puhoi Sports Club – Agenda

PUHOI COMMUNITY FORUM

MEETING TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY 27TH AUGUST AT 7.30pm at

THE PUHOI SPORTS CLUB – CHAIRPERSON – DUSTYN O’LEARY

AGENDA

Apologies

Confirmation of the Minutes of previous Meeting held on 30TH JULY 2019.

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

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

Greg Sayers – Attending to talk with residents regarding transport and other local issues.

General Business

(i) Working Group Updates

Puhoi Pioneers Memorial Park
Community Orchard Final Plan & Creating a Working Group
Lease Update

Road Safety Group
AT & Traffic Calming
NX2 updates

Puhoi Heritage Museum

Waiwera Valley Association

Puhoi Village Market

Civil Defense/Neighborhood Support
Update from Judith re Event Day

(ii) Miscellaneous Items

NEXT MEETING The next meeting will be held on Tuesday 24th September at 7.30pm.

Plans for The Park

Following discussions at the Community Forum, we’re proceeding with plans for an orchard/garden/leisure area in the River Park where we’ve cleared the old sheep pens. Dustyn has has produced a first-cut plan for discussion of what we might want to do.

This is by no means a final plan – in fact feedback and suggestions at the forum will already see a change to the location/size of the horse pens to give more space. A well supported suggestion from Roz Broadmore was that we build a Pentanque court – an achievable community project which could give the village a nice summer evening location for a glass of wine and a fun game … more suggestions welcome (obviously these have to be low/zero budget ideas that we can do as a community as there’s no funding for us from the Council)

Email: mike@hiko.co.nz

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