78 days ago


Frank from Orewa

The Orewa CAB and Whangaparapa Library have closed their doors and thus JPs will no longer be operating from those locations. The Orewa Baptist Church has kindly agreed to provide an office and with immediate effect, JP services will be offered from this location going forward from 19th March 2020.

It is hoped that normal services will resume at the Whangaparaoa Library sometime in April but please watch this space for any changes.

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday have been added at the Silverdale Mall. This service will commence on Saturday, 21 March 2020.

It is highly recommended that you read the attached document for timings etc.

We would like to thank all clients for their consideration during these trying times. Please recognise that JPs are all volunteers and provide their services and time free to the community.

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