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November 2019

Oct 07, 2019

November is clean-out month
November 2nd is recycling day.
On 2 November we will be holding the community recycling day where residents
put out good used furniture and brick-a-brac for other residents to pick up and
reuse. Take a trip around the neighbourhood and help yourself to anything clearly
free to a good home. Anything remaining at the end of the following day (3
November) should be taken back in.

November 9th is Inorganic collection day
Bring your inorganic goods to the collection bin at 145 Normandale Road
after 9:00am. Please do not put anything in the bins before that time as the helpers will sort for the recyclers.
Cost: Free to association members who have paid their subscription for 2019/20;
$5 cash for non-members (or pay your subs for 2019/20 prior to the day).

There are certain items we cannot take.
As with every year, there are restrictions on what we can take in our
Inorganic Collection. Please ensure that the following items are not
included by you or your household:
 No garden or household refuse
 No tyres or glass
 No paint (water or oil based)
 No recyclable material (things that you would usually put in your recycling bin)
 No hazardous material particularly no medical waste
 No commercial or excessive quantities of building and other waste.

Normandale sentinels

Two Sierra Redwoods, stand as sentinels by the Normandale Overbridge. These are located on the former estate of Sir William Fitzherbert K.C.M.G. who served as a MP and various other public offices).
 

About Normandale

A fabulous place to live – a dormitory suburb where people come for the quality of life, Normandale has community facilities for all ages from playschool to Senior citizens.

The historical road to Pauatahanui is still the physical backbone of our community– winding through well established housing in bush clad hills to rural properties and Belmont Regional Park.

The suburb is dominated by a treescape that conceals housing and brings native birds to your windows.

There is easy access to central city shopping, Library, swimming pools and railway stations.

We have an attractive network of paths and reserves, and easy access to Belmont Regional Park for walking, cycling and horse riding

Historic horse trough

Constructed in 1905 at the top of the steep initial climb from the railway line, this horse trough still provides water for those that seek it out.

Hutt-Minoh House

Minoh House –  formerly “Norbury”, built in 1904, where Professor George von Zedlitz and his wife Alice lived 1905 –  1922

Rural Normandale

Normandale extends into rural properties that merge into Belmont Regional Park providing unsurpassed quality of life in Lower Hutt.