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Upper Hutt: Wider Community Connectivity
Timberlea
Upper Hutt
45 days ago

More Upper Hutt History ...

Sandra Alexander from Upper Hutt: Wider Community Connectivity

.... WOW! I have just finished reading:
"Reggie's Trombone" by Peter Hall.
Talk about "Turning Back the Clock"!
I was engrossed, as it brought back so many memories of Upper Hutt in the sixties.
What vibrant times we had as youth in Upper Hutt.
Was also great to read … View more
.... WOW! I have just finished reading:
"Reggie's Trombone" by Peter Hall.
Talk about "Turning Back the Clock"!
I was engrossed, as it brought back so many memories of Upper Hutt in the sixties.
What vibrant times we had as youth in Upper Hutt.
Was also great to read many, NOW, familiar names (via Neighbourly) in the "Credits".
A big thanks to all those who contributed to ensure our past is not forgotten.

53 days ago

Disillusioned!

Sandra Alexander from Upper Hutt: Wider Community Connectivity

To however gets to read this message:
The graphic that represents this "Organisation" is evidently no longer valid. North/South, East/West (and everything in between) of the Hutt River is no longer accepted.
No longer are we able to reach from Pinehaven/ Silverstream to Kaitoke (or … View more
To however gets to read this message:
The graphic that represents this "Organisation" is evidently no longer valid. North/South, East/West (and everything in between) of the Hutt River is no longer accepted.
No longer are we able to reach from Pinehaven/ Silverstream to Kaitoke (or others outside our direct "Nearby Neighbours") to ensure we could all communicate when relating to Upper Hutt-wide issues.
I am unsure when this change occurred as I was NOT informed of any such move. I have my suspicions, but no evidence.
Currently it would seem the messages via the 'Organisation' now only go to the Nearby Neighbours of Timberlea!
MY REQUEST FROM WHOMEVER READS THIS MESSAGE:
Please post a reply simply stating your Neighbourly area.
This info may give me some data to look at. It will clarify in my mind as to whether or not I remain a Neighbourly member.
Gutted .... Sandra

93 days ago

The Local 'Rag' - UH Leader

Sandra Alexander from Upper Hutt: Wider Community Connectivity

www.neighbourly.co.nz...
Hi all.
Decided to pop into BLOG for any Neighbourly updates and spotted the above link.
Know I will miss the Puzzle Page!
Sandra

98 days ago

Covid 19 Lockdown

Sandra Alexander from Upper Hutt: Wider Community Connectivity

Hi all. Hope your 'sanity' is still alive and kicking butt!
Whilst keeping busy around my section, I re-discovered a wool bale full of dry kindling wood others could use as winter gets closer. Others would appreciate it as I don't have need for it.
Thought I should look deeper … View more
Hi all. Hope your 'sanity' is still alive and kicking butt!
Whilst keeping busy around my section, I re-discovered a wool bale full of dry kindling wood others could use as winter gets closer. Others would appreciate it as I don't have need for it.
Thought I should look deeper into this given the "Bubble" concept before putting up a post.
It appears 'Neighbourly' has temporarily closed down the "Buy / Sell / Swap". However ... they are unable to monitor EVERY post to prevent locals sharing stuff via pick ups or drop offs.
Seems to myself most of this info has come via "BLOG" which does NOT often get read by regular (let alone, casual) participants.
MESSAGE HERE ????/ !!!!!
Please refrain from placing posts within the 'Buy/Sell/Swap' sector.
As an aside ..... FEIJOA season has begun!!!!!!
Whilst the edible component is neatly wrapped within a skin .... do consider how one goes about sharing the delicacy.
"Keep cool till after school" as Ollie used to say!!!!!

113 days ago

Former Pupils of Brown Owl School

Sandra Alexander from Upper Hutt: Wider Community Connectivity

It is with sadness (although many say tis a sign of 'progress') that I have been watching the beginning of the demise of our former school
A house has been removed from Aniseed Grove to create access to a new subdivision.
Yet another demo of considering the lack of infrastructure to … View more
It is with sadness (although many say tis a sign of 'progress') that I have been watching the beginning of the demise of our former school
A house has been removed from Aniseed Grove to create access to a new subdivision.
Yet another demo of considering the lack of infrastructure to cope!.
The buildings are in the process of being stripped down to clear the site.
For myself ... no-one can remove the actual memories thank goodness.

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