Once a year you get a chance to make your major landfill contribution! Book your pickup now at https://inorganiccollections.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/Inorganic/InorganicWaste
We’d like to hear from people in the community interested in creating a community garden for the village. We have a spot over in the River Park where the old sheep pens used to be which would make a good location.
If there’s enough interest we’ll get a little group together and present a plan to the council (who I’m sure will be happy for us to do something with it so they don’t have to mow it 😉
Puhoi Village Market, this Sunday, 27 Jan, 9am – 1pm
Car Boot Fair this month – Lots of car boots to rummage through with treasures to be found.
New stalls, great live music, a relaxed, quirky market, friendly stall holders, kid’s playground, easy parking.
Rhythm at the Puhoi Rotunda, this Sunday 20th Jan, 4pm
A casual gathering, bring an instrument and have a bit of a jam.
Suitable for all ages. Some drums and percussion provided.
Hi, I’m Jumbo the goat. I recently lost my partner and I’m feeling a bit lonely. If anyone can help me find a friend I’d be so grateful as life in my field is a little bleak at the moment.
I enjoy climbing and outdoor, pursuits. I’m solvent and have my own, well stocked, home
Phone Sally Brown on 0210683721 if you can help me
The fantastic Mahurangi Regatta, don’t miss it! full details here
Music this month is performed by ‘Otherwise Fine’ with Mark (guitar and vocals) and Cindy (fiddle and vocals) who live near Paparoa, while mandolin player and lead singer Brent hails from Tomorata.
We welcome Lauren Collins, a 21 year old singer-songwriter currently gigging around Auckland https://www.facebook.com/
We’re having another go at this as we didn’t manage to finish last week. Once again, please turn up and support your community! No particular skills required – just willingness to chain gang the cut stems back up to Keir’s amazing shredder on the river bank…
Come along and give us a hand removing the Arundo grass and other weeds overtaking the river bank along by the Sports Club. A combined Sports Club/Puhoi Community Forum effort – coz that’s how we roll in the Hoi!
Bring gloves, maybe a spade or whatever
Arrangements have now been made for Irene’s farewell on Friday 11th January 2019. The ceremony is at 1pm at the Village Hall followed by the burial at the Puhoi cemetery. Afterwards everyone is welcome to come to the Puhoi Sports and Social club for an upbeat wake.
Thank you on behalf of Ken and the family.