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A passive recreation area in Piha

0 Comments 24 May 2016

Providing a passive recreation area in Piha

Piha shortcutPlus an off-road short-cut walk between the Art Gallery and Glen Esk Road

There has been talk over the years of having ‘short cuts’ to get around Piha and especially to keep kids safe from road traffic.  Here is one . . . .

The aim is to restore the Piha Stream precinct on the Regional Parkland between the Art Gallery and Algernon Thomas Green Reserve in Glenesk Road.  We’re very excited about working in this publicly owned area that is so close to the village and will give a great passive recreation area and a pleasant off-road short-cut walk between the Art Gallery and the AGT Reserve on Glenesk Road.”  says Piha CoastCare

On Sunday 29th May CoastCare will be planting some Puriri and Pohutukawa trees on the open areas, for future shade, and also do some stream-side weeding in preparation for future planting.

Time:   10.00 – 12.30  Sunday 29th May  Bring the kids.

Where:   look for the gazebo in the paddock behind the Gallery

Parking:   on the grassed area at the back of the old Schoolhouse

Bring:   gloves, spade, strong footwear, the family and weeding tools, or use ours

Join fellow workers for a BBQ when work is finished.

For BBQ catering purposes it would be great to know how many are intending to come and join in.  Could you email us from here Contact Us – Piha Coast Care   pihacoastcaretrust@gmail.com

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