The Founders ANZAC Fair at Founders Heritage Park on Sunday 22 April will be a family-focused vintage fair for all ages.
The excitement of the Heritage Festival continues this week with a selection of talks with a heritage focus.
A Nelson Heritage Festival event is inspiring Nelson Enviroschool students to develop their ideas about active travel and link them to how their grandparents and great-grandparents may have travelled to and from school.
At its meeting on Tuesday, Council agreed to the request to increase the Greenmeadows project budget by up to 9% (from $6,604,000 to $7,194,000) to allow completion of this key Stoke project. This expenditure was approved to ensure that building quality was not compromised and that the facility will meet the needs of the community and signed leaseholders.
Under the Housing Accord and Special Housing Areas Act, Nelson City Council has committed to working with the Government to improve housing supply in the Nelson Region.
Nelson’s Long Term Plan Consultation Document 2018-28, which sets out the future direction for the city, was adopted by Council yesterday.
Caring for the Wakapuaka River has long been a priority for the Nelson North Community. Nelson City Council in conjunction with the New Zealand Landcare Trust are now getting behind community efforts, with the recent launch of a river-care project – Wakapuaka Bursting with Life - and a RiverCare Day planned for Saturday 24 March.
Keen young Nelson-Tasman performance enthusiasts will have a chance to strut their stuff at Break Out #2, scheduled to take to the Trafalgar Centre stage on Tuesday 26 June 2018.
On Thursday, Nelson City Council met with representatives of the Nelson Centre for Musical Arts (formerly Nelson School of Music) to gain an understanding of the funding shortfall that needs to be met to complete the Nelson School of Music Redevelopment.
Nelson City Council’s Community Investment Fund is now receiving applications from community organisations who want to make a difference to our local community. The Community Investment Fund allows Council to support local and community organisations to deliver programmes and activities that meet specific local needs. The aim of the fund is to contribute toward and invest in social development outcomes.