We are asking local organisations if they would be interested in being part of a regular forum to discuss matters affecting the Glenfield Township, what form that forum might take, how they would like to receive up-to-date information about issues as they arise, and what they feel is important to discuss.

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“We are focussed on recognising and responding to the social, cultural, recreational and educational needs of the Glenfield/ Kaipātiki community, and finding ways to meet these needs with special recognition for those who have the least opportunity to participate in decision-making in the community.”

We provide rooms within the Centre for the community to hire in order to run community-focussed workshops, seminars, training and support networks. We act as a referral point for information, administer and maintain the facility, and liaise with other organisations to raise awareness about issues affecting our local community.

The Centre is totally wheelchair accessible and the carpark contains a dedicated accessible parking space.

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Welcome to the
Glenfield Community Centre

‘Ko te Hapori tō mātou Pokapū’
‘Community is at our Centre’
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Welcome to the
Glenfield Community Centre

‘Ko te Hapori tō mātou Pokapū’
‘Community is at our Centre’
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Welcome to the
Glenfield Community Centre

‘Ko te Hapori tō mātou Pokapū’
‘Community is at our Centre’
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Welcome to the
Glenfield Community Centre

‘Ko te Hapori tō mātou Pokapū’
‘Community is at our Centre’
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Welcome to the
Glenfield Community Centre

‘Ko te Hapori tō mātou Pokapū’
‘Community is at our Centre’
After conducting an Invasive Plant and Animal Survey, it was determined the non-native Phoenix Palms on site should be removed for Health and Safety reasons.
We would like to extend our thanks
to the Kaipatiki Project for helping us conduct the survey
and to Pest Free Kaipatiki for extending funding for us to undertake this work.
We will be replacing the palms with native species soon.