822 days ago

Good handyman available

Jenny Doyle from Alley Cat Brigade

Had a very kind and capable handy man to make this insulated sleeping den ..essential for any kitties that have to be temporarily housed for a bit. . Its very well made, cosy inside and roomy. If you need a great hutch like this for your free range bunnies for example, phone Stuart Boyd. He made a few cool cat towers for the SPCA over time as well. His handy man skills have been invaluable for the alley cats whether its a door made /shelving you name it. If anybody interested please phone Belinda on 0273749257 .

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8 hours ago

Ashhurst Christmas Market & Parade this Saturday!

Jo from Ashhurst - Pohangina

Hi Neighbours,
Just to let you all know that this Saturday (14th) is the Ashhurst Christmas Market, Parade & Church Fair.
This is a really cool day when pretty much the whole village comes out to celebrate :) The parade is at 10am, the market runs from 10-1, with loads of stalls selling everything from food and drinks to plants to handmade local crafts & jewellery, spread between the Village Valley Centre car park & the village green. Santa will be at the library after the parade. Plus the St Mary's church fair will be starting at 9 (on Cambridge Ave, next to the VVC), with clothes, home baking & bargains for everyone.
Bring cash (most stalls don't have eftpos available) & get all your Christmas shopping done in one trip!
Everyone's welcome - see you there :)

10 hours ago

Trimming Shrubs

Saad from Kelvin Grove

I am looking for a gardener who can trim shrubs in the garden in our house. The price quotation should be affordable. Please contact Saad 021 02926275

1 day ago

Primary and public health services move to Broadway

Alex Loo Reporter from Manawatū Standard

Morning neighbours,

A collection of Palmerston North's primary and public health services will reopen on Broadway next week at the refitted and extended former Returned and Services' Association premises.

Staff based at Health on Main employed by the primary health organisation Think Hauora, Te Tihi o Ruahine Whānau Ora Alliance and the Manawatū Horowhenua Tararua Diabetes Trust are on the move.
They will be joined by MidCentral's public health and child health services.

Do you think this move will be convenient for people accessing these services? Or are you concerned Broadway is already too busy as it is?