The Greasy Chain Charitable Trust

Community Organisation

The Greasy Chain Charitable Trust
118 Long Melford Road
Awapuni
Palmerston North 4412
213 days ago

Memorial Park and the Riverbank Pathway

Bob Selden from The Greasy Chain Charitable Trust

Hello Neighbours, this is Bob from the Greasy Chain Charitable Trust and this is our first post, so I'd appreciate your comments.

In a nutshell, the Trust is an organisation formed to encourage more people to become fitter, save the environment, and save some money, by using bikes more often … View more
Hello Neighbours, this is Bob from the Greasy Chain Charitable Trust and this is our first post, so I'd appreciate your comments.

In a nutshell, the Trust is an organisation formed to encourage more people to become fitter, save the environment, and save some money, by using bikes more often - commuting, schooling, shopping, for sport or just for relaxation. You can see our five guiding principles in our 'About' profile.

Reason for this post is that on Saturday 25th January, we have two events in which we'd really like to have your involvement.

The first is a Family Fun Ride along the Riverbank Pathway, joining anywhere from Linton to just near Memorial Park. Families can join the ride anytime from 10am and should arrive at Memorial Park by 12.30pm. We're grateful to our friends at Milson Rotary for helping with this event.

The second is the Over the Line Festival at Memorial Park starting at 12 noon and finishing at 5pm. There'll be live music, food stalls, children's entertainment, spot prizes for families and more (including secure bike parking). This event is being managed by the Palmerston North City Council.

Both of these events are in conjunction with the Gravel and Tar cycle events that start in Feilding and finish at Memorial Park on the 25th, which the Trust also manages.

Should you require further information, please respond to this post or give me a call on 027 565 1110.

I look forward to meeting many of you on Saturday the 25th.

Bob.
PS: we are still looking for some volunteers to help out with our events, so if you have a few hours available on Saturday 25th, please email Katherine Stannard katherine.stannard@pncc.govt.nz.

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