More messages from your neighbours
4 days ago

DOES A GLASS RECYCLING CENTRE DEVALUE YOUR PROPERTY???

Caroline from Feilding

Dear Neighbors I would be interested to know whether you think having a property next to a recycling center would devalue your property? Glass recycling bins were placed next to my boundary fence which terrified my livestock. Mayor Helen Worboys response to my complaint was "Well no one wants to have a recycling center next to them". I now have to wear earmuffs when outside due to the glass breaking several times a day (even on xmas day). Then there is the truck that is there for an hour with hydraulics banging the bins that collect the cardboard etc. It has caused me much distress and greatly affected my quality of life. So please neighbors what do you think? Would you want to live next to this and if you did purchase land next to a recycling center would you want it for cheap? Thanks

3 hours ago

work wanted

Justine from Feilding

Kia Ora
my name is Justine. I work for Building Blocks as a home base educator and currently have under two and over two spaces available. I offer a safe and loving environment or infants, toddlers and young children to grow and thrive as they learn through play in a low ratio environment. We attend music sessions, playgroups and gym sports provided through building blocks and we also make good use of the wider communities, both in Feilding and Palmerston North. I focus on meeting the needs of each individual families and believe in working as a team to ensure everyone feels comfortable. I would love to share more about myself and my experience with children and hearing about the needs of you and your whanau.
We provide 20 hours free ECE, Winz subsidies as well as Building Blocks whanau subsidies may also be available to you and your family. Please contact me for more information. My phone number is 0220170985

16 hours ago

WATCH: Union

The Team from Play Stuff

Hi Neighbours with the Rugby World Cup kicking off this weekend watch this Play Stuff short doco.

Young Māori Jared James finds himself living in a self-imposed exile from his home in New Zealand. Struggling with cultural isolation in Japan, he tackles the challenges of an unfamiliar city using the universal language of rugby.
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