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Monthly Skip Bin (Eastbourne Lions)

Burdan's Gate

(Note, no collection in December) Simple and affordable rubbish disposal is available monthly at our skip. We are trialling a new e-waste collection system over spring and summer. Payment in cash only. Open on the last Saturday of each month, from 8:00 am to 11:30 am. We’ll be there to help you unload! Types of rubbish and charges are here.

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Waste collection: Red (general) & Blue (glass)

Non recyclable rubbish Your rubbish bin / ipupara This is your wheelie bin with the red lid, and it's just for rubbish. When green waste goes to landfill it creates methane, a greenhouse gas much more potent than carbon dioxide. Instead of putting it in your red bin, consider composting or using our green waste collection. Did you know? I get collected weekly.   Your glass recycling crate / pouaka kara- he This is your blue open-top crate, which is just for glass YES Glass bottles Glass jars Remember: Rinse bottles and jars to make sure they’re clean. NO Lids Tableware and Pyrex Broken glass

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Waste collection – Red (general), Yellow (paper/plastics/cans) & Green (organic/garden)

Non recyclable rubbish Your rubbish bin / ipupara This is your wheelie bin with the red lid, and it's just for rubbish. When green waste goes to landfill it creates methane, a greenhouse gas much more potent than carbon dioxide. Instead of putting it in your red bin, consider composting or using our green waste collection. Did you know? I get collected weekly.   Green bin - garden/organic Your green (garden) waste bin / ipupara tupu Your green bin is for garden waste only. What can you put in this bin? YES Grass clippings Plant cuttings NO Rubbish Concrete or stone Nappies Food waste Tip:

Lakes & Lighthouses – GWRC

Parangarahu Lakes Pencarrow Head, Lower Hutt

Discover the hidden gem of the Parangarahu Lakes area, nestled against the rugged South Coast. https://www.gw.govt.nz/your-region/events-and-meetings/lakes-and-lighthouses-feb-23/ SUMMER EVENTS TE AWA KAIRANGI KI TAI | LOWER HUTT LocationEast Harbour Regional Park, Burdans Gate, 507 Muritai Road, Eastbourne DurationFour hours CostFree - bookings required for the bus Come experience stunning views of Wellington Harbour and the Cook Straight. Learn why the area is significant to iwi and learn about the unique history of Pencarrow Lighthouse from Heritage New Zealand. There’s two walks to choose from depending on your level of fitness; one up to look inside the lighthouse or a flatter lakeside stroll by the Kohangapiripiri Lake. Make

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Waste collection: Red (general) & Blue (glass)

Non recyclable rubbish Your rubbish bin / ipupara This is your wheelie bin with the red lid, and it's just for rubbish. When green waste goes to landfill it creates methane, a greenhouse gas much more potent than carbon dioxide. Instead of putting it in your red bin, consider composting or using our green waste collection. Did you know? I get collected weekly.   Your glass recycling crate / pouaka kara- he This is your blue open-top crate, which is just for glass YES Glass bottles Glass jars Remember: Rinse bottles and jars to make sure they’re clean. NO Lids Tableware and Pyrex Broken glass

Eastbourne Community Board meeting

East Harbour Womens Club 145 Muritai Road, Eastbourne, Lower Hutt, Wellington

Open to the public - there is an opportunity for public comment at the beginning of the meeting. The agenda will be available as a pdf shortly before the meeting date.

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Waste collection: Red (general) & Yellow (paper/plastics/cans)

Non recyclable rubbish Your rubbish bin / ipupara This is your wheelie bin with the red lid, and it's just for rubbish. When green waste goes to landfill it creates methane, a greenhouse gas much more potent than carbon dioxide. Instead of putting it in your red bin, consider composting or using our green waste collection. Did you know? I get collected weekly.     Paper & plastics Your recycling bin with the yellow lid / ipu hangarua This is your wheelie bin with the yellow lid, and it's just for rubbish. I get collected on yellow weeks. When incorrect items end up in the

Eastern Bays Climate Response Network

St Ronans Church 234 Muritai Road, Eastbourne,, Lower Hutt, Wellington

Welcome to 2023 , a year of new beginnings and climate action in Eastbourne and Bays. Put Wednesday 22 February in your diary for us to meet and discuss plans and action for 2023. If you are in a group it would be great if you could get together before then to plan next steps or just list ideas. Let us know if there is anything you would like on the agenda.

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Monthly Skip Bin (Eastbourne Lions)

Burdan's Gate

(Note, no collection in December) Simple and affordable rubbish disposal is available monthly at our skip. We are trialling a new e-waste collection system over spring and summer. Payment in cash only. Open on the last Saturday of each month, from 8:00 am to 11:30 am. We’ll be there to help you unload! Types of rubbish and charges are here.

Recurring

Waste collection: Red (general) & Blue (glass)

Non recyclable rubbish Your rubbish bin / ipupara This is your wheelie bin with the red lid, and it's just for rubbish. When green waste goes to landfill it creates methane, a greenhouse gas much more potent than carbon dioxide. Instead of putting it in your red bin, consider composting or using our green waste collection. Did you know? I get collected weekly.   Your glass recycling crate / pouaka kara- he This is your blue open-top crate, which is just for glass YES Glass bottles Glass jars Remember: Rinse bottles and jars to make sure they’re clean. NO Lids Tableware and Pyrex Broken glass

Eastbourne Wharf to Wharf swim 2023

Days Bay beach 611 Marine Drive, Days Bay

As always, the next Eastbourne Wharf-to-Wharf swim will be held on the first Sunday in March. We hope you can make it! (Details including entry form will be added when available) The Wharf-to-Wharf swim has become an Eastbourne institution that has been running for over 100 years. This fun, non-competitive friendly swim event is run by the Muritai Yacht Club and volunteers for the benefit of the Eastbourne community. The course begins on Days Bay beach and finishes next to the Rona Bay wharf in Eastbourne. Every person is a winner and at a distance of approximately 1.25km it is an event that all age groups can enjoy together.

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