Puhoi Village Market on Sunday 25th June

Puhoi Village Market on Sunday 25th June, 9am to 1pm.

Fresh local fruit and vegetables, eggs, honey, olive oil, cheese, fresh bread and pastries, chutney and sauces, jam and pickles, samosa, deli food, nuts, plants, natural soaps and candles and art and craft stalls.

Next market Sunday 28th July.
Support local.

Any enquiries to Puhoi Village Market Team on 0274 27 0440

For sale: Bednest Bassinet & playmat

For Sale:

Bednest bassinet/ co-sleeper $520

Fantastic bed for your baby – can be set at the height of your bed and the mesh sides means you can stay close and see your baby while in bed. Side folds down flat to join to your bed making night feeding easy and fast. Bed and stand folds compact for travel. Comes with mattress used for one baby only part time.
Retails for $700.


Playmat / Activity Gym $30

Contact nessatkinson@gmail.com or 021565165

Pot luck dinner, Friday 16th June

Hi all.

We at the fire station are opening our doors for a delightful evening of food and friends in the form of a potluck dinner on Friday 16th June.

Arrive any time after 5pm on for a drink before dinner which will be served at 7 pm.

This is a open invite to all our local residents so if you know of any new families in your part of the woods tell them about it

Bring a awesome plate of food ,no eftpos so bring plenty of cash as we are CASH BAR ONLY.

See you there

Any enquires phone Darrell Tanner on 422 4024 or message us on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ahuroafire/

Missing mail

Hi folks …

I have been patiently waiting for a small stack of LPs to arrive from Germany since mid march only to find out recently that they had been inadvertently delivered to another address in the area in April sometime! We are on Wech Access and the package had been delivered to someone on Martins Access according to NZ Post records.

I am very keen to get these back.

If anyone has been delivered this package – approx 12″ x 12″ flat pack – could you please contact me on 0274957445

Best regards,
Ian Moir