648 days ago

Happiness is...

Hilton Brown Swimming Hobsonville

Swimming in the water with your loved ones! It's such a lovely sight to see our infant classes in action and both little ones and caregivers having a great time together in the water. We run infant classes at all seven of our locations from 3 months to 3 years of age and each child has an adult in the water with them. Water activity is proven to help with cognitive and motor skills development and it’s also a great way to build the bond between child and caregiver.
If you are keen to come along with your little ones to lessons, either give us a call on 09 666 0240 or pop in to visit us at 5 Rawiri Place, Hobsonville - we'd love to meet you!
The team @ Hilton Brown Swimming

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3 hours ago

Akoranga to Constellation Drive - Northern Pathway

NZ from Neighbourly Nz

Have your say – 25 May to 14 June

Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency is progressing the Northern Pathway project to provide a seamless dedicated walking and cycling connection between central Auckland and the North Shore.

We’re currently northern-pathway investigating the section of the pathway between Akoranga and Constellation Drive and would like to know how you want to use this section, the destinations you want to reach and what would make the path attractive for you to use.

Head to the project page to read our brochure and visit the interactive map to have your say on our website.
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3 hours ago

We are open!

Hilton Brown Swimming

We are pleased to announce that all our locations have reopened.

We help babies, children and adults feel confident in and around the water and are committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for all.

Touch base with us today to book in for your FREE trial lesson.

We have locations in both Albany and Hobsonville
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7 days ago

Visiting friends/family in aged care facilities under level 2

The Team Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Neighbours, have you been able to visit a loved one in an aged care facility under alert level 2?

What was the experience like?

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