Lyttelton SummerFest offers a traditional kiwi hang out, the afternoon and evening of March 5th at The Grassy. Bring the whanau, some kai
Pam Warhurst (Incredible Edible Todmorden) will be in Lyttelton Friday 19 February as part of her NZ
Living Gardens - a thriving demonstration mini-farm to educate and empower the community towards sustainable food resilience.
Are you self-motivated, have a passion to work with the land and the people on it and want to be part of creating a resilient harbour basin?
Project Lyttelton is looking for a Living Gardens Project Coordinator for the Living Springs
10am: Depart Lyttelton Rec Centre Shop for one hour at Barrington Shopping Centre...
Yesterday I went down to the grassy where everyone was gathered listening to music, simply being with each other and relaxing a bit.
The following information is specific to Lyttelton and is updated based on information from Julie Lee who is assisting the Civil Defence team in Lyttelton as part of the Lyttelton Timebank.
Happy Birthday to us! Celebrate Good Trades, Come On!
Social Get Together to Celebrate over 300 members!Thursday, Jul 29, 20104:00 pm onwardsThe EmpireWell, we have our 300th member plus! Let's celebrate. Come have a drink at The Empire. No need to RSVP. Just
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