Highlights from our September Meeting

Dave Sutherland, a teacher from Porirua College, introduced the Pest Free Porirua campaign to the group. He demonstrated the use of the cage trap that has been developed to catch both mice and rats. Dave was an excellent speaker and a number of members purchased a trap, to do their bit to help keep their communities pest free. There were lots of entries in our competitions and the usual well stocked sales table.

New Titahi Bay beauty spot unveiled

A stunning mural on an electrical substation in Titahi Bay was unveiled this morning by Porirua City Council and the Titahi Bay Horticultural Society. The Toms Road mural is part of Porirua City’s Adopt-a-Spot project, and features a Titahi Bay beach scene, with a sneak-peek inside one of the Bay’s iconic boatsheds. Porirua City Councillor ‘Ana Coffey, who spoke at the unveiling, says the Adopt-a-Spot project is a chance to do something practical to make a positive difference to the city and your neighbourhood. “The mural is beautiful and includes so many Titahi Bay elements. It’s a real example of the community stepping up and a great partnership between the community and Council.” Gill Pal

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