Knitting friendship and good times! If you’re interested in craft work and are keen to know better our neighbours over a hot cuppa and a nice chat, bring along a craft project and join us every Monday from 10:00 am to midday at the Heathcote Valley Community Centre. Gold coin donation.
Twinkle Tots is a community music group for Under 5’s, a delightful space where the littlest members of our community and their guardians can catch up for singing, dancing and practicing social skills. Beautiful morning tea is provided. Come and join the fun on Fridays from 10.30am at St Mary’s Church Village Hall, Heathcote. Gold coin donation. Facebook page @twinkletotsheathcote
Heathcote Village Garden
The Village Garden is quietly growing behind St Mary’s Church, on the corner of Martindales and Truscotts Roads. The Village Gardeners will starting up their regular garden sessions again on Tuesday afternoons kicking off on Tuesday 13th February from 3pm. Everyone is welcome to attend the sessions. No gardening experience necessary. Feel free to pop in and say hi, pull a few weeds or have a cuppa in our beautiful space.
Can you help? Are you able to mow the lawns at the Village Garden on a regular basis? Lawn mower and petrol is provided. You can even help yourself to a courgette or two! If you can help out or know of anyone who can please email Amelia at email@example.com
St. Mary’s Anglican Church
‘Snuggled in Heathcote Valley, this well maintained historic little church is one of Christchurch’s oldest church buildings. Its Victorian charm, warm totara interior and beautiful stained glass make for an unforgettable intimate gathering.’
‘At Heathcote – Mt.Pleasant Parish, we use the Anglican Prayerbook, with services supported by the Anglican Diocese of Christchurch, and supplemented with the teachings and lessons from our Vicar, Revd Mark Sullivan. Each week you’ll find the Biblically-based messages to be relevant to today’s world, and challenging to us as we travel Christ’s road together. Please look below for other opportunities to study and grow together in our understanding of God and in Jesus’ teachings for us.’
Heathcote Cricket Club
‘Heathcote Cricket Club is nestled at the foot of the steep volcanic crags that form the northern edge of the Port Hills, just 8 kilometres southeast of Christchurch city centre. Surrounded, on three sides by hills, we have one of the most picturesque cricket grounds in New Zealand.
We have several men’s teams and a women’s team, playing in the Christchurch Metropolitan Cricket Association, catering for all levels of ability. As well as enjoying considerable success on the field, we pride ourselves on the social aspect of the game with all teams interacting and enjoying our facilities. Our first team plays in the Senior ‘A’ grade. The Junior section is extremely vibrant, with up to 100 juniors taking part in the Friday night ‘Have a Go’ sessions, and a number of teams representing the club in the Saturday morning competitions.
We enjoy active support from, and involvement with, our local community, and we also very much appreciate the relationships that we have developed with our local sponsors.’
Heathcote Cricket Club President
More information: https://www.heathcotecricket.co.nz
Heathcote Community Sports Club
The Heathcote Community Sports Club is on 40 Bridle Path Road.
During the summer months we play lawn bowls and there is an area for petanque. Lawns bowls are played on Tuesday evening from 6:30 to 8:00pm and from 2:00pm on Tuesdays and Sunday afternoons. We are very much a social club and do not play in competitions. The club has plenty of bowls that you can use if you want to come and give it a try. We welcome new members and casual players. We will give some coaching if you have not played before.
During the winter months we play indoor bowls and there is an option to play table tennis. We have excellent facilities in our clubrooms, which can be hired out for functions.
If you want more information you can contact the secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org