I would like to nominate Ellerslie Playcentre's playground and fort, which are in dire need of a new coat of paint.
Our Playcentre is a place for whanau to play with their children and support their learning. Families volunteer their time to run the Centre, doing everything from curriculum design to maintaining the property.
The playground is used every day and has served many generations of our children, supporting their physical skills and imagination. It is also well loved by the wider community through holiday programmes, whanau nights and open days.
It would be great to see the playground with a new coat of paint, to make sure it stands the test of time and is a safe, colourful place for children to continue to explore.
Past and present families at Ellerslie Playcentre are ready and waiting to get stuck in and bring the playground back to life.
Hi neighbours, a food court which has fed Aucklanders on Albert St for the past 28 years is closing down. Food Alley announced on Facebook that May 1 2020 would be the last day of operation for vendors inside the food court
Will you miss Food Alley?
The first Stretch and mobility class will take place at Combat Academy on Monday the 10th of February at 7.30pm
If you are in need of injury rehabilitation, correcting a muscular imbalance or activating and strengthening weak muscles then please get in touch, I am more than happy to help.
I have traveled the world working with some of the top athletes through a range of sports and I have been working with some of NZ's best athletes for the last 4 years so you are in safe hands!
Private 1 on 1 and group yoga sessions
Hot Stone Massage and Meditation
Art Classes at the "Little Industry Cafe" 47 Princes St, Onehunga, Auckland, are continuing tomorrow on Thursday 23rd January at 9am to 11am.
I will be taking this class, I am Pamela Julian.
All are welcome.
Bringing colour to this class tomorrow. Be prepared to have some fun!