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Ben Waters Concert Arrowtown 29 March
Funds to Wakatipu Wilding Conifers Control Group

The iconic Arrowtown river face with its wonderful Autumn colours is under threat from the spread of wilding conifers. The Wakatipu Wilding Conifer Control Group is the voluntary group that coordinates the removal of these trees and raises money to do that
BEN WATERS - ROCK 'N ROLL PIANO - A little bit of Rock 'n roll Royalty coming to Arrowtown for a one off concert on Tuesday 29 March !
A donation of $20 for every seat sold will be made to the Wakatipu Wilding Conifer Control Group
Details and booking information Ben Waters in Arrowtown 29 March 2016 (PDF)



Your views on a SHA for a 2nd Retirement Village to QLDC please

QLDC has received an expression of interest to establish a Special Housing Area as a retirement village at Ayrburn Farm, Arrowtown-Lake Hayes Road (beside Waterfall Park). As with the McDonnell Rd proposal, the Mayor and Councillors are interested to hear community views on this proposal. While the Special Housing Area legislation does not permit formal consultation on SHA proposals, QLDC has set up a system to accept informal feedback. To this end, the full expression of interest and supporting information are on our website along with an online feedback form.  http://www.qldc.govt.nz/your-council/your-views/ayrburn-retirement-village-special-housing-area/  Feedback is open until 19 February and the Council will consider the expression of interest at its next meeting, 24 February. Details and feedback form are available here: http://www.qldc.govt.nz/your-council/your-views/ayrburn-retirement-village-special-housing-area/


           

Do you have an interest in Arrowtown – “YOUR TOWN”?

Do you want a say in what happens in Arrowtown?

Do you want to be informed about what is happening that may affect you in YOUR TOWN?

Ensure your town is as you want it to be, join the Arrowtown Village Association,
a volunteer run, charitable organisation which has operated for many years
to express members views on all range of topics to Local and Central Government.

To be fully representative of residents we need to have your views heard, so become a member and be involved.


Hi, and welcome to the Arrowtown Village Association website – we aim to be the voice of the Arrowtown community.

As well as initiating new projects the AVA works with the community and statutory authorities to improve the outcomes for the Arrowtown community and environment.

The Arrowtown Village Association has completed many projects throughout the town and within its area, such as the first walking bridge over the Arrow River, the second walking bridge over the Arrow River, the Feehly Hill Restoration Project, the Security Camera Project and the Senior Net Project to name just a few.


We are an entirely voluntary run organisation with around 200 members but the more members we have, the stronger and more representative of the community we are.   All members have the right to vote at our annual AGM- if you’re interested in becoming a member, here is the Membership Form.




Our monthly committee meeting is held on the fourth Thursday of each month at the Athenaeum Hall.   We welcome members of the Arrowtown Village Association to our meetings.  


Your views and and opinion are actively sought, the Arrowtown Village Association is the collective voice of the Arrowtown people.  It is the role of the AVA committee to represent that voice, particularly when a majority opinion is made known.  This is irrespective of the views or interests of the individual committee members.


We look forward to continuing to act on behalf of our fellow Arrowtowners.


Our Mission Statement: The Arrowtown Village Association shall strive to be an excellent example of community action working in an energetic, co-operative and organised manner for the benefit of all residents, businesses and the village as a whole.




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