COVID-19 AND THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
In view of the restrictions on gatherings and advice to remain at home for some groups, the Committee has resolved to hold the Annual General Meeting by email. The Chair’s Report and Performance Report will be posted on the website and emailed to financial members. We look forward to convening normally in 2021.
Chair – Thorndon Residents Association
CLOSURE OF THORNDON SCHOOL GROUNDS
Thorndon Residents are asked to respect this closure for the duration of the emergency and to refrain from using it as an accessway between Hobson Crescent and Murphy St.
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COVID19 Wellington Student Volunteer Army – for more information visit the TRA Community Resilience page.
If you are self-isolating due to concerns around the spread of coronavirus, and need assistance or support from a student on your street or in your neighbourhood, please visit VUWSA.ORG.NZ/SVA and fill out the request for support form. You will be contacted by a community leader within your neighbourhood.
Queens Park Working Bees – Tentative dates for 2020:
Saturday 22 February, Sunday 15 March, Saturday 4 April, Sunday 17 May, Saturday 13 June, Sunday 5 July, Saturday 15 August, Sunday 13 September, Saturday 10 October, Sunday 8 November, Saturday 5 December.
Meet as usual at the top of the Park Street steps. Morning tea will be provided (contributions welcome). Hope to see you there, Peter
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The Thorndon Residents Association (TRA) is an incorporated society established to communicate residents’ collective views to local authorities and other community bodies.
We’re motivated and proud to support the Thorndon community. Our aim is to help improve amenities and facilities for the residents in the Thorndon area. TRA is a registered charity (CC40743) and all donations are gratefully received – ANZ Account 01 0505 0380782 00 (please use your surname and address as the reference).
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