56 days ago

Parking Ticket

Debra from Milson

Today I got a Parking ticket from (Wilson parking) which is unusual for me. More unusual is that I got it for not putting up my Mobility Card when in a Mobility Park at Countdown Ranagitiki Supermarket. Yes I do have a Card and the mobility issue that says I can use these parks and am sure that as usual I put it up when I left my car. Strangely until today was unaware that Wilson Parking was monitoring these parks. How do I prove that it was up when they say it wasn't and I didn't find the ticket till I got home? For others, first off be aware someone is watching (Wilson staff) and you may get a ticket if you park in Supermarket Carpark Parks for obviously a variety of reasons.

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5 days ago

Fight the Fire concert 26th January

Caccia Birch House

Please join us on Sunday 26th January for the Fight the Fire concert, to raise funds to assist our friends in Australia suffering from the devastating bush fires.

Entertainment provided by an array of talented musicians and performers from 3:30pm onwards at Caccia Birch House.
Entry is $20 with more opportunities to donate throughout the evening

Visit the link below for more details

9 hours ago

Caccia Birch House Bridal Fair 2020

Caccia Birch House

Save the Date!
Caccia Birch House Bridal Fair 2020
Sunday 5th April 2020 10:30am - 3:30pm

Vendor sites available!

The eight Annual Caccia Birch Bridal Fair is set in the beautiful historic homestead, Caccia Birch House.

We aim to showcase all the services, suppliers and expertise you would require host a wedding birthday, anniversary or other special event.

A relaxed event with a country fair atmosphere for all to enjoy. There is no gate charge for visitors.

If you are interested in being a vendor, please contact us at caccia-birch-bridal-fair@hotmail.com for a booking form and more information.

12 hours ago

Are lunch breaks becoming a luxury?

Paul Mitchell Reporter from Manawatū Standard

Hey Neighbours,
As workplaces seems to get busier and harder to leave behind thanks to smartphones and email, more people are giving up or missing out on a lunch break. Common lunch breaks are all but history, and 4/10 Kiwi workers always or often skip it altogether.
Do you manage to find time for lunch? If so, what are your favourite lunch spots?