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Hello Neighbours and welcome to the May Greenhithe News,

Congratulations for obeying the rules, staying home, and keeping us all safe, making Level 3 so much a success that we can leave it behind and cautiously move to Level 2! There are still rules to obey with distancing, hygiene, and limits on gatherings. This will be reviewed in 2 weeks so let’s hang in there and do what we are told.

The Greenhithe Fire Service ANZAC Day message was very poignant this year. Many neighbours stood silently outside their gates at dawn and the Last Post and National Anthem played across the suburb. Thanks also to Syd and all those who laid wreaths at the Memorial in Roland Road and decorated their letterboxes.

Neighbourhood Support Update

Sincere thanks to Ronelle Jenning, Jeff Wagg and Mike Hotchin of Bayleys for their hard work and dedication in compiling the Greenhithe Directory. It details local businesses and services and it is a very important time to be supporting them.

Helping Empower Local People has a team of local volunteers waiting to help you with groceries or medications etc.  Thank you for checking on neighbours living alone or who are new, elderly, special needs or who may not have the technical ability to access HELP.

Here is government COVID-19 advice in 28 languages. Need help with paying your rates?

Creative online events are happening, but community groups will not be able to meet face to face yet. Here are online local Church Services for both St Michael’s and Shore Grace. The Greenhithe Facebook Group has more creative opportunities.

Schools will open next week but families can still benefit from The Parenting Place. Here is the latest Greenhithe Collective Youth News.

Are you interested to see Greenhithe census data?

Here is how we need to conserve precious water during this major drought.

Thank you to all Neighbourhood Support Street Contacts for keeping in touch with your neighbours and updating details where needed. Here is the latest Greenhithe crime map. It appears the thieves were in lockdown too.

Greenhithe Ecology Network

Well done to the residents of Remu Place for getting stuck into the ginger in their back yards!

All the various volunteer groups that are doing fantastic environmental work are keen to get back into the reserves. Thank you for caring for the environment in your back yards.

We are very grateful to all the people who volunteer in Greenhithe for the many worthwhile things. We have decided to celebrate one volunteer every month. Thank you Sally for investing in local families. We appreciate you!

Keep on staying safe, smiling, being kind and caring.

Nga mihi
Marie

Marie Bishop
Greenhithe Neighbourhood Support Facilitator
marie@greenhithecommunitytrust.org.nz
www.greenhithecommunitytrust.org.nz



To update your contact details on the Greenhithe Neighbourhood Support records

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Greenhithe Neighbourhood Support and Greenhithe Community Trust Contacts

Marie Bishop – Greenhithe Neighbourhood Support Facilitator​
marie@greenhithecommunitytrust.org.nz
You also have a street leader for your road. If you do not know who this currently is, please email Marie
Police contacts: Text *555 to report a road a road incident or unsafe driver. Call 105 to report a crime that has occurred. Call 111 for an emergency.
If you want to join the community patrols visit www.cpnz.org.nz or email nhcommunitypatrol@gmail.com
Troy Williamson, TWW917, Greenhithe/North Harbour Community Constable
on 021 191 4227 or  troy.williamson@police.govt.nz
Troy’s Blog
Community Patrols of NZ contact Phone +64 4 470 7044
there is a patrol in Greenhithe.

 

 

 

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