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Ph 03 418 3838
Balclutha 13 MacKay Road
We are privileged to offer for sale Mervyn and Alison Jones farmlet.
Expressions of interest should be made through Adraian Stott, Bryan Hayden and Ron Davis 59 Clyde St, Balclutha 03 418 3838 Atlas Realty Ltd Licensed (REAA 2008)
Deadline treaty closes 4pm 28th February 2013
This is a unique lifestyle block - minutes from the town.
The property is 3.4398 hectares more or less. If your family
needs space - look no further this substantial four double
bedroom family home has quite a few prominent features.
Very functional entertainers kitchen
Separate lounge with multi burner but all open plan
Main bedroom with ensuite
Faces north with good indoor/outdoor flow - plenty of sun
New painting and carpet throughout
Main bathroom with spa bath
Well established garden
Three car parking under roof
Plenty of off street parking
Extra bonus, full size squash court & changing room
Very large 2 bay shed - 4+ vehicles - 3.8m doors
Stock units: 40
2 units of water from Richardson scheme
Waitahuna 49 Pensher Street
For Tender- Mortgagee Sale
Two or three bedroom home. Kitchen/dining with coal range.
Separate lounge with masport fire. Weather board exterior with
colour steel roof. Property has a large shed with double roller
doors- plus other sheds. Situated on 4.6716 hectares of mixed land
Tenders close at our office 63 Clyde Street Balclutha
at 4:00pm on 8th February 2013
Ph 03 418 3838 rwbalclutha.co.nz
For more information contact Bryan
Hayden (03) 418 0008 or 027 4331 432
SHORT AND SHARP
The Blood Service will be at the Balclutha War Memorial
Hall on Tuesday from 12.30pm till 6.30pm. To make an
appointment phone 0800 448 325 or visit nzblood.co.nz.
Donors must be aged between 16 and 60, or 71 for regular
donors, weigh at least 50kg and be in good health.
Titri Creek Track
The Titri Creek Track Opening will be held on February 2
at 1.30pm. It will be held at the Titri Creek car park on
Titri Rd, Waihola. The Conservation Department is
formally opening the track at the Waihola Waipori
Wetlands complex in celebration of World Wetlands Day.
Haven for first-time mums
Practical help: Kaitangata's Gladys, left, and Rebecca Heperi have started the Templeview Charitable Trust,
which will provide support for single, first-time pregnant women in need or of limited means.
Photo: LAURA ROOZENDAAL/627516194
Single mothers in need will be
able to get help thanks to a
Kaitangata's Rebecca and
Gladys Heperi have started
the Templeview Charitable
Trust at the old Kaitangata
Gladys and Oliver Heperi
bought the old hospital in 1984
because it had a separate
cottage, where their ailing
daughter Temple could move
into and live independently.
Temple died before she could
completely move in and the
name Templeview is in her
Rebecca said the idea of the
trust was to support single,
first-time pregnant women in
need and/or of limited means.
''The purpose is to provide
educational opportunities and
basic training in preparation
for parenthood. In-house
programmes will be readily
available based on the regular
activities of daily living.''
When the hospital building
has been bought up to an
acceptable level of repair it
will be able to house up to five
women. Rebecca said she
thought the house would be
ready for the first mothers in
about four years.
The aim was to provide a safe
environment for the mothers,
where other organisations
could also work with them.
''The majority of the women
that will come here, I am
assuming, will be younger
mothers,'' she said.
''They will be here anywhere
from the time they find out
they're pregnant to about six
months postnatal, depending
on the individual. While
they're in here we want to
introduce them into the
boring, mundane activities of
getting in to the routine of
getting up, running a house-
The mothers will also be
involved in the trust's other
projects, including the Kai
Patch Project, which will
involve establishing a sustain-
able vegetable garden and
maintaining it. Another proj-
ect, called Stepping Stones,
will focus on preparing for
parenthood and other topics
like healthy relationships, life
skills and health.
Rebecca said the Templeview
work was a continuation of
Gladys' work as a foster carer.
''Mum's looked after foster
children for about 30 years.
They've all since grown up
and moved away but still
come home and visit.''
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