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Schedule for Sunday 24 November 2019
10.00am Welcome & speeches from project stakeholders
10.20am Cutting of the ribbon by Her Worship the Mayor
10.25am Attendees invited to ride, run or walk for the length of the path that suits them
10.30am Entertainment & vendors commence
11.30am Free sausage sizzle starts
12.00pm ‘Best dressed’ competition judging
1.00pm Event concludes
Come along and join the fun as we celebrate the official opening of Stages 3 & 4 of the Kamo Shared Path. Walk, run, ride, skate, skoot the new shared path (6.4km round trip to Fisher Terrace, Kamo).
The road-separated route connects together the communities, schools and key facilities such as:
• the Auckland University Campus,
• Whangarei City Centre and
• Kensington Park.
The shared path is one of three (Onerahi, Raumanga, Kamo) designed to get more Whangarei people off the road and more able to move around by cycling or walking.
As well as creating safe links for school children and workers the routes should ease pressure on the city’s roads and increase health and wellbeing in the community.
Forgetting to give way is the most common reason for Kiwis failing their driving tests, accounting for one quarter of all immediate failures handed down.
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Abilities Incorporated - who enrich the lives of people living with disabilities by securing meaningful work in commercial sectors
John Walker Find Your Field of Dreams Foundation - who provide accessible sports and recreation experiences to young people that promote character development and good health
Refugees As Survivors NZ - a mental health and wellbeing service for people from refugee backgrounds living in Aotearoa
Youthline Auckland - who give counselling, mentoring and training support and programmes to young people when they need it
We are so excited to have these charity partners on board and can't wait for all of you to give them a warm welcome to the RTB whānau.
Let's get behind them and fundraise for their awesome causes!