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Beach Clean – CANCELLED, Burdan’s Gate to Pencarrow

Burdan's Gate

Owing to weather forecast the beach cleanup has been cancelled. Our next Burdan’s Gate to Pencarrow beach clean will be two weeks from today on Sunday, November 27th, from 9:00-12:00. Rain or shine, all welcome for any length of time, bags and gloves provided. Contact Sarah Pettus for details

Eastbourne Market

Williams Park, Days Bay 611b Marine Drive, Days Bay, Eastbourne, Lower Hutt, Wellington

The Eastbourne Lions Eastbourne Market is a non-profit, community-run venture, organised by volunteers. Any surplus goes back into the organisation and promotion of further markets and donations to community projects as selected by the Market Committee. The next Eastbourne Market is being held at Williams Park, Days Bay, Sunday, November 27th.  This is a great opportunity to sell your quality crafts, art, jewellery, food and other beautiful products in time for Christmas. ​ This is a community market where we encourage Eastbourne residents, or those with a connection to Eastbourne, to apply for a stall.  We will however also consider applications from people outside of Eastbourne

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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

Women’s Regatta and Open Day

Muritai Yacht Club C L Bishop Park Marine Parade, Eastbourne, Rona Bay, Lower Hutt

Muritai Yacht Club - Female sailors from across Wellington will be competing in a 4 race series with an emphasis on fun. The club is also running an open day, encouraging people to come along and watch as well as seeing what the club does. People are invited to come to afternoon tea about 4pm and enjoy a glass of something from about 5pm. Come and enjoy the beach, the harbour, sailing and the social ambience of our community.

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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. Link to agenda will be here when it is available.

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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:

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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)

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

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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

Recurring

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:

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