A History of Addington pre-orders

A History of Addington, written by John Wilson. Published by Caxton, on behalf of the Addington Neighbourhood Association.

Hard-bound, approx 245 x 297mm, with approx 320-370 pages of 128gsm satin paper, containing text and over 140 black and white illustrations and maps.

A special pre-publication price for the book, of $40 per copy, will be available until publication in 2018. Books must be paid for in full at time of ordering and collected from the ANA in November .

How to order:

  1. Post the Order Form with a cheque to Addington Neighbourhood Association, St Mary’s Church, 21 Church Square, Addington, Christchurch 8024.
  2. Scan the Order Form and bring it (with cash or cheque) to the ANA meeting at the above address at 7pm on the last Wednesday of the month.
  3. Scan the Order form and email to addingtonhistory@xtra.co.nz you will receive an order number and bank account details for payment
  4. Write your order and contact details in an email to addingtonhistory@xtra.co.nz 

Click on this link to get the order form (an Adobe PDF document which you can print)

 

Addington Times May 2017

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  • Cycleway in Addington
  • COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT IN ADDINGTON
  • Selwyn Street Shops update
  • OLD ADDINGTON: St Mary’s Lych Gate.
  • And more!

Read the full May edition online here.

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The production of Addington Times is a joint project of Addington Neighbourhood Association, Manuka Cottage and Addington Community House. Funding towards production costs is kindly provided by the Spreydon/Heathcote Community Board.

Editor: Doreen Darnell.
email: addington.times@gmail.com

Register Now

ASKIT register now

Easily register online and start assembling your home survival kit from $1.00 per week.

Accessible Survival Kit Initiative is here to help individuals and families of all incomes to to prepare for emergencies by having a survival kit in their home.

Survival kits include items that will assist you with first aid, boiling water and cooking food, having an emergency toilet and more!

For more information visit the Accessible Survival Kit page on the Addington Neighbourhood Association website here.

Addington Times April 2017

Faries in Addington NZ April 2017

 

  • WHAT IS ADDINGTON’S FUTURE?
  • UTOPIA in ADDINGTON? Is it Possible?
  • SUMMER OF FUN At St Mary’s
  • Fairies in Addington!
  • And more!

Read the full April edition online here.

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The production of Addington Times is a joint project of Addington Neighbourhood Association, Manuka Cottage and Addington Community House. Funding towards production costs is kindly provided by the Spreydon/Heathcote Community Board.

Editor: Doreen Darnell.
email: addington.times@gmail.com

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Addington Times March 2017

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  • A NOTE FROM OUR COMMUNITY BOARD CHAIRPERSON
  • GOOD NEIGHBOURS
  • ON THE ROAD TO RECOVERY?
  • A Talented Parishoner
  • ST MARY’S CHURCH, ADDINGTON CELEBRATES ITS 150th. ANNIVERSARY
  • OLD ADDINGTON: Early settlers – Joseph and Louisa I’Anson
  • And more!

Read the full March edition online here.

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The production of Addington Times is a joint project of Addington Neighbourhood Association, Manuka Cottage and Addington Community House. Funding towards production costs is kindly provided by the Spreydon/Heathcote Community Board.

Editor: Doreen Darnell.
email: addington.times@gmail.com

Printed by Addington Print, Lincoln Road.

Addington Times February 2017

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  • Sunday 19th February St. Mary’S Anglican church, Addington 150th Anniversary
  • A MESSAGE FROM THE ORIGINAL St MARY’S in ADDINGTON, UK.
  • ON-GOING ISSUES WITH CITY COUNCIL DECISIONS.
  • Remember Shrove Tuesday and the Beth Hodgson Memorial Pancake Race?
  • The Sallies in Addington
  • WHAT’S NEW IN ADDINGTON?
  • And more!

Read the full February edition online here.

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The production of Addington Times is a joint project of Addington Neighbourhood Association, Manuka Cottage and Addington Community House. Funding towards production costs is kindly provided by the Spreydon/Heathcote Community Board.

Editor: Doreen Darnell.
email: addington.times@gmail.com

Printed by Addington Print, Lincoln Road.

 

 

Last Chance to Win a Survival Kit

Great news! We’ve sold more raffle tickets than needed but it’s not too late for you to be in to win 🙂

Tickets will be available at the Addington Neighbourhood Association’s pot luck dinner on Wednesday 30th November, 6pm at St Mary’s Church for only $2.
The survival kit will be on display with the raffle being drawn at the ANA meeting that night and the winner announced.

Thank you to those who supported the Accessible Survival kit raffle at the Addington Fun Fair and to Addington School for promoting the Accessible Survival Kit in their newsletter and collected raffle entries.

Look forward to seeing you at the pot luck dinner.

Amanda Wallis
Founder

Win a Home Survival Kit

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Check outwhat’s in the box on display at the
visit the Addington Neighbourhood Association stall where you can
enter the draw to win a home survival kit.
Only $2 per entry. All money raised helps get survival kits in homes.
Kit includes: first aid kit, face masks, hand sanitizer, bucket with lid, rubbish bags, torch with radio, gas cooker, gas canisters, cooking pot and spoon, can opener and heavy duty storage container.
Learn more about how Accessible Survival Kits can help you,
your family and friends.
Accessible Survival Kit Iniative NZ

October 2016 Agenda

On the agenda for October 2016…

  • Change to the Constitution section Objects and Powers
  • Charitable Services
  • Heritage Week Event
  • Neighbourhood Week Event
  • Addington Fun Fair – please bring two no perishable food items for raffle hamper
  •  Reserve Conservation
  • Accessible Survival Kits

Everyone is welcome and we hope to see you there.

Addington Neighbourhood Association Monthly Meeting

Cycleway – Have Your Say.

Have your say before the 10 November 2016 about the propose Quarryman’s Trail cycleway through Addington, Spreydon, Hoon Hay and Halswell.

Do you live on one of these streets?

The cycle way route is along Antigua Street, Strickland Street, Roker Street, Strauss Place, Frankleigh Street, Sparks Road, James Height Drive, Halswell Road and through Halswell Domain.

To see the proposed route map, read more information and to have your say visit: https://ccc.govt.nz/transport/cycling/major-cycle-routes/major-cycle-routes-consultation/quarrymans-trail-consultation/