Wellington region

Wellingtonians Walk 2 Work on Wednesday

Free breakfast treats are on offer in Frank Kitts Park between 7 and 9 am on Wednesday March 19th for Wellingtonians who walk all or part of their journey to work.

Walk 2 Work Day event coordinator, Carol Comber, says "Wellington walkers, come along for hot cross buns, fruit, tea and coffee on your way to work. There will be a prize for entering a Walk2Work Story on flyers distributed in the days before the event, at the breakfast, or downloaded from the Living Streets website.

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Food is the fuel of walkers

Walkers are invited to “fuel up” at Frank Kitts park this Wednesday morning from 7-9 am on their way to work.

“Whether you walk all the way to work, or catch the bus or train and then walk, it’s a great way to start the day,” says Liz Thomas, director of Living Streets Aotearoa.

“We invite you to come and celebrate with other active commuters, and enjoy some breakfast treats and spot prizes to help you on your way.”

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Submission on Kapiti Coast District Council's Draft Sustainable Transport Plan 2007

From:                          Living Streets Aotearoa Inc.

Contact person:           Mike Mellor

Address:                       PO Box 25-424


Email:                          mike.mellor at livingstreets.org.nz

Phone:                         027 684 1213

Date:                            30 November 2007


About Living Streets Aotearoa


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Submission on infill housing in Wellington City 2007

Promoting quality of place – a targeted approach to infill housing in Wellington City


Response by Living Streets Wellington


Thank you for the opportunity to provide a submission on this. 

For any further clarification the contact point is: Brent Efford

On behalf of: Living Streets Wellington

Email: brent.efford at techmedia.co.nz



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