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Botany and Ormiston Times : Botany and Ormiston Times Thursday October 8 2015
Pohu tukawa Coas t BEACHLANDS • MARAETAI WHITFORD • CLEVEDON www.times.co.nz Botany and Ormiston Times, Thursday, October 8, 2015 — 7 JE0259-V3 Now taking bookings for 'Costume Escape Events' Contact Gracie for available dates and rates 20 Papakura-Clevedon Road, Clevedon Phone (09) 292 3035 Open Wednesday - Sunday 10am - 4pm Email: Gracie.firstname.lastname@example.org ~ Find us on Facebook Costume and Vintage Hire, Adaptation Specialist & Sales email: email@example.com www.nobelhair.co.nz ph: 536 5805 Located at the beautiful PINE HARBOUR MARINA we provide a comprehensive range of quality Hairdressing, Beauty, Facial, Skincare, Make-up, Nail & Spray Tan services Appearance Medicine Clinics with DIANNA MORGAN from Cosmetic Solutions PINE HARBOUR MARINA (next to Kaiseki Japanese Restaurant), 190 Jack Lachlan Drive, BEACHLANDS In Salon NOW! Proud stockists of With your next colour service experience the REVOLUTIONARY 126790-V8 Wilcom ES-45 Designer S: 12928 C: 2/3 Z: 1.00 K110 H: 46.7 mm W: 90.8 mm Author: Last Saved: 29 May, 2013 Printed: 29 May, 2013 16:58 Fabric: 26 Clevedon Kawakawa Rd, Clevedon. Tel 09 292 8783. www.thehotelclevedon.co.nz • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Monday nights – All-you-can-eat pizza & pasta for $20. Wednesday nights – Mum’s night off! Children under 12 eat free with a paying adult. Thursday nights – Members draw – free to join. Friday nights – In conjunction with the Clevedon Lions – raffles to assist fundraising for local groups. Private function area available – contact us for your next event JE0278-V3 COME & TRY OUR WINTER MENU FEATURING HEARTY TASTY FOOD TO WARM YOU FROM THE INSIDE OUT BOOK YOUR CHRISTMAS FUNCTION NOW PH: 536 4659 email@example.com | 190 Jack Lachlan Drive, Pine Harbour Marina, Beachlands RESTAURANT & BAR 127126-V7 RESTAURANT & BAR HAPPY HOUR @ Wine by the glass and all beer WEDNESDAY TO SUNDAY 3-6PM CHECK OUT OUR NEW COCKTAIL MENU JAZZEverySunday3-6pm As the weather warms up, the prospect of enjoying good food in a great atmosphere is look- ing sunnier by the day. A well-known institution, the Clevedon Hotel has much to offer in the way of nourish- ment, warmth and hospitality. Credited with helping people weather the winter with belly- warming creations, this locale is gearing up for warm weather with outdoor-ready surrounds. Furnished with wooden flooring, stone fireplaces, a charming marquee suitable for special functions as well as an open courtyard – a must for sun worshippers – complete with an outdoor bar and bra- zier for chilly nights, this well- frequented venue has plenty going for it. Light, airy and beautifully-set up for formal functions of up to 50 people and more than 50 for informal parties, the mar- quee’s unique character has lent success to many events. The versatile venue with its multiple dining areas is now taking bookings for Christmas and end-of-year celebrations. Established for more than 50 years, the Clevedon Hotel has long been a staple for the com- munity thanks to its dedication to serve up a decent meal for an equally decent price. It also runs a loyalty pro- gramme in conjunction with the Clevedon Lions Club, where clubs and groups can earn five per cent of their spending back as donations. The pies are a real specialty with smoked fish and beef cheek varieties going down a treat with patrons. The rest of the menu reads like a good classic thanks to the likes of the Clevedon Hotel meatloaf, beef burger and Kiwi bloke’s steak, egg and chips which are hearty, meaty crowd favourites. And all who visit continue to be surprised by the generos- ity of their hosts upon seeing magnificent portions offering great value for money. There’s always something happening throughout the week with Mondays all-you- can-eat pizza and pasta from 6pm for just $20 an adult and $10 for children, free meals for youngsters on Wednesday, member’s night on Thursday and live music on Saturday and Sunday. What’s more, fresh beer on tap is a must for summer and brews such as Crafty Beggars and Clevedon Ale flow freely. There are six guest rooms to house visitors and it’s a conve- nient location on the doorstep to some of Auckland’s most spectacular scenery Open seven days, this warm home away from home wel- comes all to stay, linger and sample the best of country hospitality. Clevedon Hotel 26 Clevedon-Kawakawa Rd, Clevedon. Ph 09 292 8783. www.theclevedonhotel.co.nz Country comfort in Clevedon ADVERTORIAL JE0229A The Clevedon Hotel’s inviting open courtyard. Baby fair Pohutukawa Coast Plunket Baby & Kids Fair is on Sunday, November 1, 10am-12pm at the Beachlands Hall, 49 Wakelin Road, Beachlands. Featuring toys, books, nursery items, pre-loved baby and kids clothing, there are bargains aplenty. To book a stall ($20) email pohutukawacoast@ plunket.org.nz. Entry by gold coin donation. Toastmasters 7-9pm, every second Wednesday Meetings are held at Beachlands School (use the Bell Road entrance). New members are welcome. For more information contact Peter Brinkley on 021 536 613. Book sale The Books and More Sale is on Saturday, October 10, 9am-12pm at the Beachlands Memorial Hall, 49 Wakelin Road. Or take advantage of bargain buys on the day with new stories and authors to discover. Wriggle and rhyme Maraetai finally has its own fortnightly Wriggle and Rhyme! Bop along to songs and rhymes and have some fun with scarves, bean bags and bubbles on Wednesday, October 14, 10am at the Rowan Muir Community Centre (next to Maraetai Rural Library), 213 Maraetai Drive, Maraetai. Ideal for ages 0-2years but all welcome. Santa parade 12 noon-9pm, December 6 The annual Santa Parade and Christmas@Sunkist, Beachlands will run from midday until 9pm at Sunkist Bay Reserve, Beachlands, Wakelin Road. Fishing competition March 5, 2016 (rain day March 12) The annual fishing competition and fish auction will be run by the Beachlands Chartered Clubs fishing section. More details will be available closer to the date. Trolley Derby February 21, 2016 More details about the 2016 trolley derby will be available closer to the date. A ‘glitz and glamour’ fundraiser for the BMAFC Football Club. More details page 6.
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