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This workshop will be run by Dana Dopleach, local permaculture gardener, and teacher of permaculture.

This is a very introductory workshop and will be interactive, fun and interesting!

Saturday 10 December at 10am

The Community Garden, Oxford St.

No cost, everyone very welcome.


#permaculture

#communitygarden



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A town working bee to pick up that rubbish you see laying in all the corners of Lyttelton/ Ōhinehou's CBD. Why? Because we love our little town, and it's bays, and you can:

- Win Prizes - Help the environment and enjoy the results - Meet your locals in a shared task - Earn Time Bank credit (for TB members) *


Starts at 10:30am Meet behind the Lyttelton Coffee Co. (Loons carpark) to get your tools for the job. We'll have a trailer for dumping there. Finish around 11.45am, or whenever you've filled a bag, and enjoy a light refreshment.


For some friendly competition we'll be weighing in your bags to see who really goes the extra mile to give you the opportunity to win vouchers for most rubbish collected thanks to our own 'Garage Sale'. * Let the kids turn someone's trash, into their treasure, and help protect our local environment at the same time.


We'll be providing the gloves, bags, tools to collect the trash, and facilitate the dumping of all that rubbish.

Thanks to the Christchurch City Council, they'll be waiving our dumping fees, so lets make this is big haul!


* Prizes and Earnings: 4 x $5 Garage Sale Treasure vouchers 2 x $10 Garage Sale Treasure vouchers


Let us know you're coming via our facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1295199467688334


Join our Timebank via: https://lyttelton.timebanks.org/ and start earning credit

#lytteltonrubbishhunt #workingbee #rubbishhunt





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  • Alex Hallatt

Updated: Jan 14

A community collaboration between Project Lyttelton, Whaka-Ora Healthy Harbours and Lyttelton Library displaying the work of four local photographers of birds who live in or visit our harbour. The captivating images aim to introduce us all to the beauty of birds and to inspire us to explore the harbour environment.



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