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What’s happening in Normandale June 2019

Jun 12, 2019

June 20th 7:30 – 9pm
Residents Association AGM and supper.
Where and when: St Aidan’s Church, 7:30.

We will start the gathering with the Normandale Residents’ Association Annual General Meeting.

At this meeting we will have 2 guest speakers; both will give short
informative talks.

Nickola Loodin will introduce herself as the new WREMO person who will look after our community emergency hub.

Pete Matcham will speak briefly about the Whaitua committee and the implications for water and land management in the area.

This will be followed by a yummy supper and friendly conversation.
June 29th 5-9pm
Winter Craft fair at Maungaraki Baptist Church. A nice community event in the middle of winter.

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.