67 days ago

New term starting next week - come visit!

Laura Lopez from Wilton Playcentre

Do you want to be part of how your child learns, and develops through play?
Playcentre could be your village. See children delight in their surroundings- play with them, alongside them, encourage them to interact with others while you meet other parents and educators.
Parents are the first educators of children, and Playcentres around New Zealand foster the involvement of whānau through early childhood education.
Wilton Playcentre offers three free visits, so come along for a visit and see what we’re all about.

We are open Tuesday to Friday 9.15am to 12.30pm - send us an email to arrange a visit or just pop in during the session times. See you there!

#playcentreaotearoa #welcometoourvillage #learnthroughplay #term12020 #WiltonPlaycentre

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More messages from your neighbours
2 days ago

Recycling is paused

Simone Borgstede from Wellington City Council

Just a reminder that kerbside recycling has been paused and the Southern Landfill is closed, so please give your recycling a good clean and store it at home for now.
If you put any recycling bags or crates out on the street, please collect them and take them back to your home.
Rubbish will be collected as usual.
For more information about our impacted services, visit: wellington.govt.nz/coronavirus
For Ministry of Health advice on waste, visit:
covid19.govt.nz...

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1 day ago

Have you resorted to cutting your own hair?

Katie Townshend Reporter from Dominion Post

For many New Zealanders, there's never been a better time to give themselves DIY bangs, a drunken bowl cut or partial shave of the head.
But worried stylists across the country are preparing for the hair-pocalypse when salons reopen. Have you resorted to cutting your own hair? How did it go?

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2 hours ago

Clear leaves away from stormwater drains before heavy rain

The Team from Wellington Water

Heavy rain and blocked stormwater drains = surface flooding 🌧🍂

So moving into autumn which typically brings heavy rain, alongside leaves falling and blocking drains, means our crews will be busy responding to flooding events - much like they were at the end of March.

You can help to reduce the amount of flooding by giving the drains in your street or on your property a sweep every now and then.

Easter weekend is looking a bit wet, so while you’re at home during this lockdown, why not get out and clear leaves and rubbish from on and around stormwater sumps?

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