Found – Goat

Hi Chris,

As per our phone conversation, Mark has found a stray goat running loose on his land in Hawkens Road, hes friendly and approachable but Mark is worried about him getting into the orchard.

Is it possible to please post this photo of the goat and Marks phone number 0211914504…

If you cant reach Mark my contact details are below…



m: 0210652576
p:  09 424 011







Training commences Friday 2 March 2018

PUHOI SPORTS CLUB is a family orientated sports and social club with the emphasis on family

participation, fun and encouraging good sportsmanship.

Update on wandering ram found at 620 West Coast Road

Unfortunately nobody has come forward to claim the ram that was found yesterday morning on West Coast Road. The ram was penned up last night and it managed to smash a wooden railing and escape in the wee hours of the night, luckily  I managed to secure it on the drive till this morning.
Taking into account it has no identification and to make sure the safety of road users and the ram itself were not compromised as we don’t have anywhere safe to contain it, the decision was made to phone Auckland Animal Management.
The ram has been taken to the Henderson animal shelter as it has the facilities to cater for its needs. If you or someone you know owns the ram you will need to contact this shelter:
09 836 7777
The reference number you will need to quote is: 8100143821
Sam- 4225000

Wandering ram

Please note the new address: ahuroagrapevine

Begin forwarded message:

From: lloyd wadsworth <lloydandsam>
Date: 29 January 2018 at 09:45:32 NZDT
To: Ahuroa Grapevine <AhuroaGrapevine>
Subject: Wandering ram

Loose Ram with no visible tags has found his way up our drive, we are at 620 West Coast. At the moment he is still in the drive but cannot guarantee he won’t jump over the post and rail into the road. We have ewes in the paddock and we don’t want him to jump in with them eitherSam & Lloyd

Community fundraiser horse trek

From: Rachael Jenks
Subject: Community fundraiser horse trek

Catered trek

24th and 25th February 2018
All proceeds of trek go towards the Ahuroa School Hall and Play group
New properties- never been trekked over before! Ride over the Ahuroa hills, through beautiful native bush, ride to an ancient Kauri tree and get spectacular views of both coasts!
Woolshed party to follow on the Saturday night, with a lamb on the spit. Camping in horse trucks/floats in paddock by the stream (picture on registration form)
 Arrive on Saturday between 8am and 9am
 Ride out at 10am, stopping for lunch half way
 Woolshed party, from 5.30pm, BYO alcohol
 Day 2: Ride out at 9.30am, a shorter ride than Saturday
 Lunches both days will be driven to the lunch site by vehicle (lunch provided)
 Bring your own wash down water for horses, but there is a stream around the campsite that can
be used- and good for a cool off for humans at the end of the day!
 Information packs will be sent out via email on full payment, so please make sure you include
email address on registration form

Post your registration form to: Rachael Jenks, 42 Parker road, RD 1, Warkworth. Or email it to

Payment can be made to David Bullock: 12-3094-0169379-00, put “trek” in the particulars field Full payment must be made by Friday 16th February
For enquiries please contact Rachael Jenks on 027 5585 286 or Christine Bullock on 09)422 5598 or 027 514 9696

Ahuroa Hall Rego form.pdf