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  • Shelly Beach Sports Day Success!!

    The annual Shelly Beach Sports day held on the 1st of January, historically dates back to the early 1960’s. The family orientated event started as a way of the local community coming together to share to the New Year and bring families and children fun and games. Traditional games such...

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  • Cancellations, hopefully the last!

    Our committee has made the difficult decision to cancel our 2022 show. This is not a decision we took lightly, but we have a duty of care to our wonderful volunteers, members, competitors, sponsors, judges and stewards, community groups, trade stall holders, entertainers and visitors, as well as the wider...

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  • Covid Choices

    We do not have any choice regarding wearing masks, with different rules at different traffic light options, but we all have the freedom to choose whether or not to be vaccinated. The consequences of our choices are our responsibility, and ours alone. Freedom to choose to not be vaccinated does...

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  • Smooth operation for 2022

    Smooth Operation for 2022 Let’s hope it’s business as usual in the “new normal” for Citizens Advice Bureau Helensville serving its community. Our office will re-open Monday, January 17 with face to face for clients with vaccine passes only, however, volunteers will still be taking your emails at helensville@cab.org.nz and...

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