Take My Hand Foundation
PO Box 94, Taihape
Tautahi Marae Winiata Marae
Winiata marae, also sometimes known as Mangaone, is located 2 km south of Taihape on State Highway 1. Its principal hapu are Ngati Hinemanu and Ngati Paki.
The wharenui is called Tautahi and the wharekai is Hinemanu. The marae connects ancestrally to the waka Takitimu, the maunga Aorangi and the awa Rangitikei.
Contact: Jordan Winiata
Te Puawai o te Kakano Kohanga Reo
PO Box 29, Taihape
Ph: 06 388 1306
Email: 06 388 1306
Contact: Pura Whale
Te Runanga o Nga Wairiki Ngati Apa
The Ng?ti Apa Iwi that is represented by this R?nanga is a contemporary collective of people that brings together the various hap? of Ng? Wairiki (Mangawhero, Whangaehu and Turakina) and Rangitikei (traditionally extending to Oroua). These hap? are diverse, with mutually exclusive traditions and customs, but are bound by a more recent history of alliance and intermarriage, and the will of our tupu
PO Box 103, Bulls
Ph: 06 327 5594
Email: 06 327 5594
Contact: Grant Huwyler (Group Manager)
The New Life Revival Centre
Contact: Desmond Dunn
The Rata Gallery
Rangitkei has many talented people and I want to assist them in making their art and craft available to the public.
Old Post Office State Highway 1,
Ph: 06 322 8130
Email: 06 322 8130
Contact: Marion MacPhee (Owner)
Tini Waitara Marae
Tini Waitara marae is located 5 km west of Turakina, on the banks of the Turakina River. Its hap? include Ng?ti Hika Pirau, Ng?ti Hinewai, Ng?ti Ika, Ng?ti Kiriwheke, Ng?ti R?keikauwhata, Ng?ti Rangipuhi, Ng?ti Rangit?moana, Ng?ti Ratua, Ng?ti Riki, Ng?ti Tamatea, Ng?ti Tamawaina and Ng?ti Tumoetere of the iwi Ng?ti Apa.
394 Turakina Beach Road, Whanganui
Ph: 06 327 3745
Email: 06 327 3745
Contact: Wai Murray (Secretary)
Turakina Women's Institute
The Women's institutes Federation is the largest women’s organisation in New Zealand. We offer friendship and fun, travel and walking groups, get involved with our local community, encourage leadership, teach and share homemaking skills, provide opportunities for members to be involved in choral, drama, floral art, all types of handcraft and writing, and help others .
1454 Makirikiri Road RD 3, Marton
Ph: 06 327 6472
Email: 06 327 6472
Contact: Joan Marshall
Tutaenui Playroup is for children aged 0-5 years. We are fully equipped with a huge array of both fun and educational activities and toys. Morning tea is provided for all parents, caregivers and visitors. New parents are well catered for and encouraged. Children must be accompanied by a parent/caregiver.
Hours:Wednesday 10am - 12pm
Tutaenui Hall Corner of Jeffersons Line and Griffins Road, Marton
Ph: 06 327 4465
Email: 06 327 4465
Contact: Felicity Keenan (President)
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