LIFT Library presents: "Edible City", a feature-length documentary film that
Lyttelton, New Zealand
14-16 October, 2011
Come together to gain strength, sharing and community. There is a real sense of
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Since the earthquakes many people have shown their compassion and support for our community by donating money to a number of community groups within Lyttelton. A donate button on the Project Lyttelton website
Time to get back to our regular time bank broadcasts. There will be no mention of the 'E' or 'Q' word or a combination of either of those letters in this message.
Submission presented to community board
"The spirit of Lyttelton shone through. You were lucky to have
by Jacinda Gilligan
School holidays are just a couple of weeks away. If you are able to take some time off work, it's a wonderful opportunity to spend some decent stretches of time catching up with your children. Unplugging from the
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Our Story explores the history and vision of Project Lyttelton (PL).Download Our Story PDF (1.5MB)