50 days ago

Hello from the team at Carefirst Moturoa Medical Centre!!

Carefirst

We are delighted to be introducing three new General Practitioners to CareFirst Moturoa this year who will join Dr Gill Churchman.

Sarah, Gill, Tyler and Marcel are looking forward to being able to provide ongoing care as a team to all of the patients currently enrolled at Moturoa Medical and we expect that we will soon be able to enrol new patients at the practice if you would like to join us.

We are quickly outgrowing our current premises so we are making plans for this and would like to reassure the community that any new practices will be close to the Moturoa village.

We are focused on ensuring that you as patients can access medical care readily and easily in your local community environment.
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4 hours ago

What's On: Children's Drama Group

Leonie from Welbourn

6 - 11 years 3.30 pm to 5 pm Fridays. Fun, confidence building, acting, singing, dancing, playwriting, puppetry, theatre sports and more. $2 per session Phone/text Leonie 021 068 5687
Children's Drama Group
  • Brooklands Church Hall
9 hours ago

HMNZS Aotearoa open day postponed till Monday April 26

Matt Rilkoff Reporter from Taranaki Daily News

Locals will have the opportunity to tour HMNZS Aotearoa on Monday, April 26, between 11am and 2.30pm. Tours will start and end at the east gate, on Ocean View Pde near the New Plymouth Yacht Club. Buses will take groups to and from the vessel, and people are asked to wear sensible, covered footwear.

The open day was originally planned for Saturday but has been changed because of sea conditions.

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15 days ago

Flying High Hot Air Balloon Event

Elvisa from Fitzroy

A free family event!
In collaboration with Sustainable Taranaki, the Flying High Charitable Trust is bringing their hot air balloon to Taranaki this April 2021. The tour aims to promote and inspire sustainable innovation. The three events will provide an introduction and pathway for kids and their families to live more sustainably, create positive change for future generations, and foster innovation.

Energy, transport, waste, sustainable living and sustainable communities are just some of the themes that aeronaut, Andrew Parker, will chat about to inspire children and their families to think about how they can help to create a sustainable future for generations.

Learn more here: www.sustainabletaranaki.org.nz......

Check back for details of the Kids Photo Competition!

The Flying High series of events are kindly funded by TSB Community Trust, organised by Sustainable Taranaki, and supported by Phil Jones Multimedia Artist and the New Plymouth District Council.

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