Marton and District Historical Society
The Society is a small not-for-profit community group that collects and stores information and artifacts relevant to Marton and its many residents. Membership enquiries are always welcome.
Hours:Open second and fourth Tuesday of every month from 1pm to 3pm
PO Box 117, Marton
Ph: 06 327 6689
Contact: Maureen Velvin
Marton Christian Welfare Society
PO Box 295, Marton
Contact: Peter Saywell
Marton Elim Church
The desire in Elim is to have churches that are all God wants them to be. The vision is for ministries and churches to be free to diversify and be as creative as possible to share the message of Jesus Christ.
PO Box 63, Marton
Ph: 06 327 4196
Contact: Graham and Margaret Moore
Marton ICT Hub
Marton ICT Hub is a local non-profit trust assisting local people without a computer or broadband internet at home, or the skills to use them, to learn computer skills and access online resources and services.
Blackwell Street, Marton
Ph: 06 327 0092
Mobile: 021 123 4727
Contact: Angela Coleman
Rangitikei Libraries have three main branches - Bulls Marton and Taihape. There is no charge to join the library. As well as books, we have audio books, DVDs, magazines and online digital services. Our libraries have computers for public use. Free WIFI is also available.
31 High Street, Marton
Ph: 06 327 0080
Freephone: 0800 422 522
Contact: Melanie Bovey (District Librarian)
Marton Maori Wardens
M?ori Wardens are not police, but they have legal responsibilities under the M?ori Community Development Act 1962. The strength of M?ori Warden’s is their intimate knowledge of and close connection to their local communities. Guiding principles of M?ori Wardens are respect, awhi, aroha, and wh?naungatanga.
1/393 Wellington Road, Marton
Ph: 06 327 6662
Contact: Kevin Rei (Secretary)
Marton Methodist Congregation
Our Church's mission in Aotearoa New Zealand is to reflect and proclaim the transforming love of God as revealed in Jesus Christ and declared in the Scriptures. We are empowered by the Holy Spirit to serve God in the world. The Treaty of Waitangi is the covenant establishing our nation on the basis of a power-sharing relationship, and in carrying out our mission, we will work according to these pr
PO Box 1887, Palmerston North
Ph: 06 327 8766
Contact: Dulcie Powell
Marton Returned Services Assn (Women's Section)
Saint Stephens Parish Hall 5 Totara Street, Marton
Ph: 06 327 8133
Contact: G Leslie
Marton Rotary Club
Rotary is a world wide network of inspired individuals who translate their passions into relevant social causes to change lives and make lasting improvements in our communities around the world.
Hours:Meet Monday 6pm
Cooks 301 Broadway, Marton
Mobile: 027 444 1743
Contact: David Stantiall (Secretary)
Marton Volunteer Fire Brigade
Marton Volunteer Fire Brigade is a volunteer station; all members of our brigade dedicate their own time in order to serve the Marton community. We respond to a variety of emergencies in our area, including fires, medical emergencies, motor vehicle accidents and civil defence emergencies. We also offer fire safety advice. Want to volunteer at this station? Please see the contact details.
448 Wellington Road, Marton
Ph: 06 327 8888
Contact: Paul Whitehead
Marton Waste Transfer Station
What can be disposed of at the Waste Transfer Stations? Typical household refuse, garden vegetation, old appliances, furniture and tyres. Recyclables including glass, and certain types of paper and plastics. Charges may apply. What cannot be disposed of at the Waste Transfer Stations? Car bodies, asbestos and animal carcasses. For further details, please see the website or call the Waste Transfer
Ph: 06 327 8200
Freephone: 0800 422 522
Marton 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.
Friendship Hall Morris Street, Marton
Ph: 06 327 7352
Contact: Gillian Futcher
Masonic Lodge Otaihape 142
Freemasonry is one of the world’s oldest and largest fraternal organisations, an organisation of men who adopt the fundamental principle of integrity, goodwill and charity as the foundations for an individual’s life and character. We are a non-profit organisation that is heavily involved in supporting charity and community service.
Hours:Meet second Tuesday every mo
Ph: 06 388 0400 or 06 388 0303
Mataroa Community Cemetery
Ph: 06 388 0452
Mataroa Primary School
Our school vision is to grow a community of lifelong learners within our classroom, our rural environment and in life. Te tipu i te hapori o nga akonga ako-roa i roto i to taatau akomanga, to taiao me to tatou oranga.
30 Rongoiti Road RD 1, Taihape
Ph: 06 388 7834
Contact: Michelle Calderbank (Principal)
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