Got a great idea for a community project or initiative but just need some resources and support to get you going?
Sponsorship is available from Double Vision Brewing 'Brew for Good' supported by Miramar and Maupuia Community Centre for a community initiative. The lovely folk at DVB are brewing a delicious cider, of which some of the profits will go towards a project. Come forward with your ideas that support and connect locals. You don't necessarily need a fully formed idea or fancy presentation, just that your idea will have projected interest and positive impact! Support provided through Miramar and Maupuia Community Centre for developing and maintaining event.
Get in touch with Saskia to discuss: firstname.lastname@example.org / 04 388 1944
Ideas due Monday 18th November / Beer launch Thursday 21st November
For over three decades, Readers Tours has been taking our loyal readers on unforgettable journeys exploring the rich history and culture of New Zealand’s hidden gems.
The much loved North and South Island Journeys are back for 2020, along with the launch of two new escapes in both the North and South Island. These new shorter escapes are the perfect length of time for those adventurous seniors who want a taste of the spectacular excursions and sights our country has to offer.
To celebrate the launch of our brand new tours, our friends at TV Guide and Neighbourly are giving away a year’s subscription for TV Guide to one lucky adventurer!
All you have to do is tell us a New Zealand destination you would love to visit via this link and you'll be in the draw to win!
Entries close 19th December 2019.
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To be eligible, make sure you are a verified Neighbourly member (need a hand verifying your address? Click here).
We’ll also need to see you being more Neighbourly, whether it’s posting to your neighbourhood, replying to questions or inviting your neighbour to join the site (we’ve put together a few ideas here).
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