Feilding Herald : January 19th 2012
11 THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 2012 ADVERTISING FEATURE 4310571AA HUNTERVILLE 4310598AA HUNTERVILLE COMMUNITY WHAT'S ON? Close to home matters MONDAYS: Hunterville Playcentre 8.45am 11.45am, Bruce Street Ph: 0277564223 TUESDAYS: Hunterville Volunteer Fire Brigade Practice night Every 2nd Tuesday of Month at 7.30pm at Hunterville Fire Station Ph: 322 8200 Shane Pilates Tuesday 6.30pm at Centennial Hall Ph: 322 8509 Dale Plunket Clinic Carseat Hire (Mar- ton) 2nd Tuesday of Month as required 9.30am to 12.30 midday Now Thursday Only - 8.45am to 11am PLUNKETLINE 0800 933 922 Ph: 327 8749 WEDNESDAYS: Golf Ladies Day Ladies Nine Hole Wednesday 10am Tee Off Wednesday 10.30am Tee Off www.rangitiragolf.co.nz Ph: 322 8561 Lesley Clubhouse Ph: 322 9859 Carol Jones Hunterville Playcentre 8.45am 11.45am, Bruce Street Ph: 0277564223 THURSDAYS: Golf Mens Day Thursday 12 Noon Tee Off www.rangitiragolf.co.nz Ph: 322 8561 Chalky Clubhouse Ph: 322 9859 Carol Jones Spinning Group 2nd & 4th Thursday of each month from 10am to 2pm at 2 Stewart Street, Hunterville Ph: 322 8312 Jocelyn FRIDAYS: Hunterville Playcentre 8.45am 11.45am, Bruce Street Ph: 0277564223 SATURDAYS: Golf Mens Day Saturday 12 Noon Tee Off www.rangitiragolf.co.nz Ph: 322 8561 Chalky Clubhouse Ph: 322 9859 Carol Jones GENERAL: PLUNKETLINE 0800 933 922 If you are interested in adding your club to the "What's on" list please call Debbie (06) 327 8671 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. 16 Bruce Street, Hunterville • 9am-5pm Weekdays • 10am-2pm Weekends • Late Nights most Fridays Phone: 06 322 8205 Fax: 06 322 8206 www.huntervilletrading.co.nz SELECTED LINES OF SUMMER CLOTHING, FOOTWEAR XMAS STOCK AND GIFTWARE. GREAT SPECIALS UP TO 50% OFF NZ made Merino and Possum Merino, NZ made and selected imported fashions: Cashews, MacJays, Privilege, EmJay, Black Pepper, a great new summer Canterbury range -- for men and women -- and much much more -- PLUS great giftware and accessories ranges, baby and children's wear, mens work socks, shorts, longs, jumpers ... and more!! 4313648AA EVANS • HENDERSON • WOODBRIDGE BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS MARTON Phone 06 327 7159 Facsimile 06 327 6932 333 Wellington Road PO Box 326, Marton HUNTERVILLE Phone 06 327 7159 Facsimile 06 322 8566 5A Bruce Street PO Box 4, Hunterville EMAIL email@example.com "For Commonsense Solutions" Specialists in: Conveyancing Litigation/Limited Licenses Estate Administration Commercial Law Estate Planning Trusts Family Law Business Advice John Henderson • David Woodbridge 4310610AA Cu t t ing Straight to the Point Tel/Fax: 06 327 7453 • M: 027 289 3799 • E: firstname.lastname@example.org Member of NZ Concrete Sawing and Drilling Assn • Site Safe Member Wall and Floor Cutting • Farm Tracks and Driveway • Clean Up Decorative Patio and Pools • Landscaping Requirements • All Truck -- Digger and Grader • Works Post Hole Borer and Trencher • Cutting S 4310625AA North Island Championships Shearing and Woolhandling Competitions MARTON MEMORIAL HALL SATURDAY FEBRUARY 4TH, 2012 STARTING 8.30am Come and see the BEST FREE ADMISSION RANGITIKEI SHEARING SPORTS 4312820AA LOVE THIS TOWN! Murray Duignan Resident The native bird life here is amazing. It 's nice and peaceful, the people are friendly and welcoming and I am here to stay. Hunterville is central to everywhere in the North Island, it's an ideal place to be based. 4310583AA Cavalcade of vintage cars Mint condition: Doug Wilton of Hunterville will have his 1910 Buick at the VCC Rally 2012 and Heritage Exhibition in Whanganui. Also attending the event is Peter Wilton with his 1917 Ford. A cavalcade from the rally will visit Hunterville on January 18, 19, 20, 24, 25 and 26. Photo: TERRY KARATAU The first wave of a feast of vintage vehicles visited Hunterville yesterday, and more will be there today and tomorrow. Others will visit Hunterville next week on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Of interest to the local volun- teer fire brigade is Angus Hutton from Porirua. He is bringing his 1919 Dodge fire engine that was once based in Hunterville. While in Hunterville, visitors will be treated to mower racing and sheep-dog trials, a static display of old motor bikes, and shearing demonstrations. The Heritage Museum will be open and there will be lots of food available (including lamb on the spit), and both the Railway Gar- dens and Lawrence's Gardens that have featured in the magazines House and Garden and NZ Gardener, and Maggie Barry's gardening show, will be open. Vintage Car Club rally direc- tor Bruce Hutton said a steady stream of vintage vehicles have been arriving in Whanganui since noon on Monday, all to take part in the biggest vintage rally the country has ever seen.
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