582 days ago

School bus update

Communications from Bay of Plenty Regional Council

From today, four additional school buses will run to provide extra capacity. Operated by GoBus on routes 701, 801, 806 and 903 and allow for an extra 55 students per route. Follow the link for more detail: bit.ly...

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More messages from your neighbours
19 hours ago

cat door

Debbie from Bellevue

can anyone tell me who are the best quality and price to get a cat door installed into a ranch slider or if anyone out there who can put one in for a cashy

J
1 hour ago

**** Fun Fitness Class For Older Adults in The Avenues ***

Jaime from Pyes Pa

If you have parents/grandparents/aunts/uncles/friends/neighbours/anyone you think could benefit from this - please pass on and share 🙏


I run a Community Based Strength & Balance class for Older Adults every Thursday in the Avenues - run in conjunction with Keep On Your Feet and Live Stronger For Longer (ACC initiative)


Fun & welcoming low impact fitness class to music suitable for all levels. Falls prevention focus, plus strengthening lower body & improving balance and co-ordination. Using a variety of standing, seated and interactive group exercises - you wont even know you're exercising, it's that much fun! Lovely group of ladies who are very warm and sociable.



Come along and join us to see for yourself.

Thursdays 12.30-1.30pm

St Enochs Presbyterian Church Hall
16th Avenue
$6 per casual class or 10 concessions for $55

Plenty of free parking available on site, and wheelchair accessible

Contact me directly for any other information

2 hours ago

Hartford Avenue Reserve playground

Communications from Tauranga City Council

It's been great to hear that so many kids have been enjoying the new playground and pump track at Hartford Avenue Reserve 🌈

Level one means we can officially announce that this project is complete and ready for the community 🤗

Catering to a wide range of skills, abilities and ages, the pump track can also be used by skateboarders and scooter riders 🛴

Huge thanks to the local community and Tahatai Coast School who helped us with the design ⭐