January 15 2023
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Select a group tab below to read more information and contact details. Please note that not all groups offer a subscription.
Charteris Bay Residents Association
Friends of Orton Bradley
Become a friend of Orton Bradley Park. The yearly membership, counting from the date of payment, entitles you and your family (travelling in the same car) to free entry to the Park. You will also receive an annual newsletter. Your membership will help to protect and maintain this community asset for future generations.
Annual Membership: $35 per family
Church Bay Neighbourhood Association
We aim to support improvements to our district and encourage neighbourliness. The Committee meets whenever there is a need and communication to members is via the Facebook page (CBNA Facebook), The Herald, or this website. CBNA became incorporated in 2012 but previous to that the Association had a long history in Church Bay with the first General Meeting in April 1990.
Membership: Any residents/owners/ratepayers in the Church Bay area is a member – everyone is welcome! We also welcome donations.
Annual Donation: $10 per household
Chair: Ian Currie 029 200 7919
Deputy Chair: Tom Kuenning 021 024 11788
Secretary: Dawn Sutton 027 259 2758
Treasurer: Tracey Ower 021 186 5059
Committee: Belinda Currie, Ivan Lawrie, Huhana and Shane Carter, Lisa Hurry , Iain Kirkwood, and Meg Still.
Contact: Dawn Sutton 027 259 2757
Diamond Harbour Community Association
Annual Membership: $5 per person.
The committee meets on the 1st Monday of the month at 7.30pm in the Green Room. All meetings are open to the public and start with a public forum.
Committee: Graeme Fraser – Chair, Nathan Graham – Vice Chair, Joy McLeod – Minutes Secretary, Jann Meehan – Treasurer
Committee Members: Karen Colyer, Janine Clarke, Phil Ross, Margie Dickinson, Katrina Miller, Rodney White
Village Planning Community Consultation
Information can be found on the Village Planning page
Contact: Joy McLeod 021 0272 1228
Hall and Stage Room
View current bookings for the Diamond Harbour Hall and Stage Room
Bookings: Margie Dickinson 329 3331 or email@example.com
Maintenance: Karen Colyer 329 3006 or 021 0488 938
Friends of Te Rā
Friends of Te Ra Community Park Inc. is an incorporated society that has been establishing a community park on the corner section of Waipapa Avenue and Te Ra Crescent. The 2,000m² section (38 Waipapa Ave) is owned by the Christchurch City Council. FOTR has negotiated a lease with Council to retain the section as green space and to safeguard the ecological and recreational use values of the site.
Annual Membership: $10 Per Person
Friends of Stoddart Cottage
Stoddart Cottage is the oldest dwelling in Diamond Harbour and was the birthplace of well-known Canterbury artist Margaret Stoddart. The cottage is owned by Christchurch City Council and leased to the Stoddart Cottage Trust. Friends of Stoddart Cottage subscription supports the heritage protection role and activities at the cottage. Members will receive newsletters; notifications of monthly art exhibitions; and invitations to events at the cottage.
Annual Membership: $25 per household.
Health Support Group
We are a group whose primary concern is to encourage the medical presence in our area. Our building was erected by volunteers 32 years ago, and we are in the fundraising and consent process for an urgently needed upgrade. We welcome anyone who shares our concerns to join us.
Annual Membership: $10 per household
Diamond Harbour Herald
A community newspaper produced by a team of volunteers, published monthly (except January) by the DH Community Association. The Herald focuses on local issues and seeks to promote local groups / organisations by publicising their activities and offerings.
Printing costs are offset by advertising and yearly subscriptions (01 March to 28 February) of $10.
The Herald is delivered free to all addresses between Teddington and Port Levy that receive Rural Delivery and also PO boxes in Diamond Harbour. Readers who do not receive their free Herald in this way may opt to have the Herald emailed to them or for a printed copy to be posted for $25.
(Rural Delivery) $10
Herald subscribers may place free non-commercial classifieds.
Ph: 022 156 1097.
Youth & Community Trust
The purpose of the trust is to enhance the hauora (well-being) of young people and the wider community, strengthen social connections, and encourage a sense of belonging. The trust runs a weekly youth club, holiday activities, camps, and community events, and a shoppers’ van that takes people to the city for shopping each fortnight. Your household membership will help these activities continue and members receive a six-monthly newsletter to keep you up to date with the activities and successes of the trust.
Annual Membership: $20 per household
Contact: diamondharbourYCT@gmail.com or follow us on Facebook.
Purau Residents Association
Membership is open to all residents.
We don’t have a members list or executive.
We are pretty casual!
Port Levy Residents Association
The Association serves the land and people of the harbour of Port Levy and its catchment. Its objects are to ascertain, make known and act upon local needs and feelings concerning the area and to liaise with local bodies and other persons and bodies for that object, and to promote neighbourliness. Membership open to all Port Levy residents.
Committee: Chairperson David Round
Secretary: Karyn Davis
Contact: Karyn Davis, (027) 629 4979