705 days ago

Ōtukaikino Memorial Service 2019

Manager from Lamb & Hayward

Sunday 24 February 2019 at 2.00pm
At the Ōtukaikino Reserve, Main North Road, Belfast, Christchurch

As friends of Lamb & Hayward the Ōtukaikino Reserve belongs to you. Situated in the north of Christchurch, by Chaney’s Corner, ‘The Living Memorial’ is a safe haven for wildlife, birds and native plantings, and a sanctuary for us; it’s nature’s reminder that life continues.

You are welcome to bring your family and friends to this year’s service as we remember our loved ones at Ōtukaikino.

Our annual ceremony is unique in that it is conducted outdoors and will be held rain or shine. There is shelter provided, but please come prepared, you may need warm clothing, an umbrella or a sunhat.

At Ōtukaikino we are holding hands with Mother Nature, the weather is out of our control.

If the weather makes the holding of this event unsafe at Ōtukaikino, it will be relocated to our Westpark Chapel at 467 Wairakei Road; this will be advised on our Facebook page, Newstalk ZB and The Breeze community notices.

Note: Please wear sturdy footwear

Car Parking
There are significant road works underway in the vicinity of Ōtukaikino. Please allow time to park in the area provided beside the event location. Lamb & Hayward staff will be on site to direct you.

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