Find out more about when to get tested, wearing masks and locations of interest. Read more...
The Nelson and Blenheim vaccination centres will relocate to larger venues so that larger numbers of appointments can be offered each day, while still allowing for physical distancing requirements during Alert Level 4. Read more...
The Community Capability and Resilience Fund (CCRF) is a fund available to iwi, hapü and community groups for initiatives that support the rebuild and recovery from COVID-19. The $36 million fund became available on 1 August 2020. Applications open in 2021 from 2 August to 14 September.
The Nelson Tasman Climate Forum is a community-led organisation open to everyone in our community. Our aim is to get everyone in our climate change response waka paddling quickly in the same direction. We are presently looking for a Volunteer, Funding and Project Coordinator to join our team. This is an exciting, paid, part-time role supporting our many members in their work. And, in doing so, making your own contribution to the many Climate Change challenges we face. The job description is available on our website (https://nelsontasmanclimateforum.ning.com), our Facebook page, or following this link: rb.gy/b5zboz To apply, please send your CV and cover letter to [email protected] by 12pm Friday 27th of August.
Applications are invited for Grants from The Peter Malone Community Grants Scheme.
The Nelson Tasman Climate Forum is a community-led initiative open to everyone. Our mission is to weave individuals, households, civil society organisations, businesses, councils and iwi together around urgent, strategic action on climate change in the Nelson-Tasman region. We hold face-to-face hui four times each year. These hui are an opportunity to connect, welcome new people into the Forum, share and celebrate progress, action and ideas together.
Louise Crowe will be delivering a Resilience and Wellbeing workshop on Tuesday 31 August from 1.30 - 3.30pm at the Habitat Hub, 166 Tahunanui Drive. The Habitat Hub is Volunteer…
Relax while a great story is read to you, and then enjoy exploring and sharing your responses to it. Nightingale Library Memorial Every Wednesday 11:30am
Open to anyone but with a focus on seniors. Come and enjoy a tasty sit down lunch, great table conversation and stay if you like to play a few board games into the afternoon.
National Poetry Day is Friday 27 August and we have a week full of activities leading up to it, concluding with the Open Mic session with Roger Lusby, a free poetry-writing workshop with Cliff Fell, both at Elma Turner Library, and a Poetry Shared Reading session at Stoke Library.