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This website is dedicated to the recovery of St Albans and its city, Christchurch following a devastating series of earthquakes in 2010 and 2011. This service by the St Albans Residents' Association offers relevant local information. If you are from an organisation or a business and have essential information you would like to share with the community, then please get in touch by email to email@example.com and we will endeavour to publish it here.
SARA also maintains two Facebook pages: one for the Newsletter which you can find at St Al bans News Facebook page and the other relates to the St Albans Community Centre.
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Category Archives: Sports
Location: Rutland Street Lounge Time: May 14 from 7 -8.30pm Description: Find out what Sports Chaplaincy is about at a free orientation evening. Sports is a gift from God and can be enjoyed while giving glory to God.“As Christians, sport … Continue reading
Keen young soccer players have their own holiday programme at ASB Football Park (formerly known as English Park) in Cranford Street later this month.
ASB Fun Football at St Albans Primary School aims to keep children active and instil in them a love of the game of football.
St Albans Shirley Football Club is holding three Registration Days on three Sundays for the new season at St Albans Park. The first is on February 17, from 11 am till noon. Subsequent sessions are on February 24 and March … Continue reading
The Shirley Papanui Community Board has indicated its support in principle for an indoor sports facility for Wesminster Park and has granted $5520 to employ a planner to assist with the consent process.
The Have -A-Go cricket programme is running again at the St Albans School over summer. The sessions, run by the Riccarton Cricket Club for a cost of $40 per person, will be held on Fridays at 5.30pm and run for … Continue reading
Central Christchurch MP Nicky Wagner made the first stroke at the Edgeware Croquet Club on September 15, marking the opening of the new season and a reopening of the club after quake repairs.
If you see Steve Gurney in the streets of St Albans, say gidday. The adventurous sportsman is living part time in St Albans and part time in Rangiora after his Redcliffs home was redzoned. His new book “Eat Dirt” is … Continue reading