If you’re planning on posting your voting papers, make sure you drop them in a post box by 5pm TODAY (Tuesday).
A map of NZ Post box locations can be found here: bit.ly...
Otherwise, you need to drop your voting papers off in a ballot box at our Civic Offices (53 Hereford St), or any open Council Library or service centre before voting closes at noon on Saturday.
If your voting papers HAVEN’T arrived, we can issue special voting papers at the below locations during the week. It only takes a couple of minutes and they can be completed on site.
- Akaroa Service Centre, 78 Rue Lavaud
- Beckenham Service Centre, 66 Colombo Street
- Christchurch City Council Civic Offices, 53 Hereford Street (special voting papers will be available on Saturday from 9am-noon)
- Fendalton Service Centre, Corner Jeffreys and Clyde Roads
- Linwood Service Centre, Eastgate Mall, first floor, Corner Buckleys Road and Linwood Avenue
- Lyttelton Service Centre, 18 Canterbury Street (note Lyttelton hours are 10am to 6pm)
- Shirley Service Centre, 36 Marshland Road
- Te Hāpua Halswell Service Centre, 341 Halswell Road
Set to take over North Hagley Park in Christchurch for 10 nights, this now iconic pop-up Asian dining extravaganza packs in the dog-friendly family fun from Thursday 6th to Saturday 15th February. The free event runs daily with live entertainment and a licenced bar from 4pm - 10pm, and a 1pm opening on Saturday 15th.
To go in the draw to win a VIP date night experience on Tuesday 11th, simply click the button below to enter your details.
Entries close Saturday 8th February 2020.
T's & C's apply.
Check us out: ccats.co.nz Canterbury Canine Agility Training Society
Do you like having fun and being active with your dog? Is your dog possibly bored, good with people and other dogs? If so, come and join us. We are a friendly group and need new members to come and join in the fun.
Where: Mairehau High School Grounds, Innes Road entrance.
When: Wednesday 6:45pm. New classes start each term. We have large lights. The new dogs will train on the enclosed tennis court. Once you and dog are confident to work off lead then you move to work on the grass area.
Cost: $90.00 for the whole year!
This Term our new Introduction to Agility class is: 5th Feb, 6:45pm
If your dog likes being around people, other dogs, gets a bit bored and likes being active this sport could be for you both.
Your dog needs to be healthy, over 12months of age, under reasonable control (does not have to have a perfect recall), sociable, loves being active. All sized dogs are welcome. Your dog does not need to be a pedigree or a working breed.
If you are not sure about joining us you and your family are also welcome to come and check us out and watch some training sessions before you join a class in the future. We are always happy to give you some advice if you think your dog is not quite ready or too young and we can help you to prepare to joining us in the future. The class is not hard and it leads you step by step.
Basically, agility is teaching your dog a number of ‘tricks’ that enable you to be able to perform a number of tasks that are put together and then suddenly you two can run around on an agility course. When you come and you will see the more experienced dogs working and you will realise that dogs just love to work with their owners and you become a team.
Are you excited ? Great so hop onto our website. Look along the top bar for New Members fill out the inquiry form you then should receive info back on how to join and what to bring on the first night (This might take a few days).
Our club is running a Dog Agility Competition on January 25/26 you are very welcome to come and watch the show. Bring the family and the entry is free. Drive in and park on the field.
Looking forward to seeing you soon
Hi, we have about 20 caterpillars who need an new home with food. Is anyone able to take them?