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CENTRAL CANTERBURY NEWS, NOVEMBER 14, 2012
for the week 13 November to 19 November
SELWYN DISTRICT COUNCIL
PO Box 90, Rolleston 7643
Council Chambers & Offices
Norman Kirk Drive, Rolleston
Ph 347 2800 or 318 8338
Rolleston Library & Service Centre
Rolleston Drive, Rolleston
Ph 347 2880 or 318 8338
Darfield Library & Service Centre
1 South Terrace, Darfield
Ph 318 8338 or 347 2800
Leeston Library & Service Centre
High Street, Leeston
Ph 347 2820 or 318 8338
Lincoln Library & Service Centre
Gerald Street, Lincoln
Ph 347 2875 or 318 8338
Festive Flower Arranging
-- a continuation from the flower arranging
course with Esme Humm. You will get to create
a more festive floral arrangement to take away
Tuesday 11th December 7--9pm. Cost $6
Social Table Tennis
-- a fun, casual, session for people of all ages and
skill levels -- no previous experience necessary.
All equipment provided.
Wednesdays 9.30--11.30am Cost $6
-- a great, all-over, workout for toning and muscle
strength using a weight bar and plates. Energising
pumping music to keep you going!
Mondays and Wednesday 6--6.50pm $6
For more information e-mail: rcc.enquiries@
selwyn.govt.nz or phone 347 2882, pick up
a copy of our Term 4 brochure, go online to
www.selwyn.govt.nz/rcc, visit our face book page
or call in to see us at 94 Rolleston Drive.
PC 28 Lincoln Living 3
(Rural Residential) Zone
PC 28 proposes to rezone a 57.7ha portion
of the property at 1472 Springs Road
from a Rural (Outer Plains) Zone to a Living
3 (Rural Residential) Zone with associated
amendments to the Selwyn District Plan.
Information on this plan change and
how to make a submission is available
at: Council libraries and Service Centres,
the website www.selwyn.govt.nz or by
contacting the Policy and Strategy Team on
(03) 347 2800.
Submissions must be lodged by 5pm
Wednesday 28th November 2012.
Know the signs of fatigue --
• Sore or heavy eyes, blurred vision
• Impatience, lack of concentration or
• Day dreaming
• Drifting over the centre-line or the road
If any of these symptoms appear, it is time
to pull over and take a break from driving.
If possible share the driving.
Call into any Council Library/Service
Centre to pick up your free car air freshener
and fatigue tips.
Festive stories & Songs
Join us at your local library for a fun session of
festive stories, songs and more. Recommended
for 3--7 year olds.
This event is free and caregivers are essential.
Wear something festive, and bring along your
torch for a festive treasure hunt. Book at your
Tuesday 4th December 6 -- 7pm
Thursday 6th December 6 -- 7pm
Wednesday 12th December 6 -- 7pm
Monday 17th December 6 -- 7pm
Book early to secure your spot.
Leeston Weaving Group
The Weavers Collective will be at Leeston Library
on Saturday 24 November from 10am -- 1pm.
Come along and learn how to make your own
beautiful flax creation in the traditional Maori
way. Absolutely all welcome. No charge, but
koha (donation) towards the cost of materials
would be appreciated.
Summer hours on Saturdays
at Selwyn's Libraries.
From Saturday December 1st, Darfield, Leeston,
Lincoln and Rolleston Libraries will be open on
Saturdays from 9:30 to 12:30pm to better suit
summer's early risers.
Resource Consents @Selwyn
Because of their possible environmental
effects, many activities need a resource
consent from the Council.
You have the right to inspect the full consent
application received by Council at any
Council Service Centre during normal
office hours or view on the council website
www.selwyn.govt.nz and make a submission
supporting or opposing the proposal.
Any person may make a submission but a
person, who is a trade competitor of the
applicant, may do so only if that person is
directly affected by an effect of the activity to
which the application relates that
(a) adversely affects the environment and
(b) does not relate to trade competition or
the effects of trade competition.
125380 Synlait Milk Ltd -- Land-use
application to extend the Dunsandel dairy
plant with a cold store, dry store and
associated loadout areas, roading, earthworks
and landscaping. The buildings are 2,600 and
22,500 square metres and up to 15.5 and 16.6
metres in height respectively.
The land is at 1028 Heslerton Road, adjacent
to S.H.1, Dunsandel on Lot 1 DP 414579.
The applicant's address for service is
C/- Duncan Cotterill (Attn: Ewan Chapman)
PO Box 5, Christchurch 8140
How to make a submission
If you wish to support or oppose a consent
application you must get a written or
electronic submission on Form 13 or to the
like effect into any Council Service Centre
by the closing date 5pm Wednesday 12th
December 2012, and promptly send a copy
to the applicant's service address.
Your submission should be addressed to
Helen Allison, Planning Department S.D.C.
PO Box 90, Rolleston 7643 or submissions@
(This notice is issued under Section 95A of the Resource
Management Act 1991.)
Sport New Zealand
Sport New Zealand funds are available for
Selwyn sports teams who need to travel to local
competitions and are comprised of members
aged 5--19 years (school
competitions in school
time are not eligible).
This round of funding is
for summer sports only.
For information and
contact Stuart Westoby
at 347 2708, or stuart.
Applications for this funding close Friday 23
Southbridge Swimming Pool
require a caretaker.
This is a part-time role of approx.
10 hours per week, and all
training will be given.
For further details phone Brenda
on 027 552 0010
Dunsandel Historic Society
Town of Selwyn -- Oldest town in Ellesmere
To be celebrated Sunday 25th November 2012, 1pm
at Trinity Church Hall, Dunsandel Hororata Road, Dunsandel.
Program -- Visit to Selwyn Village, talks in Trinity Hall,
display of photos and newspaper clippings, etc
Bring your reading glasses.
Further information contact Mike 329 1724.
Selwyn Railway Station 1948: Newton Candish, New Zealand Railway and Locomotive Society archives No 520.
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