Manawatu/Rangitikei Women in Farming Group
Ph: 06 382 5507
Contact: Ruth Rainey
Mangaweka Assembly of God
PO Box 7, Mangaweka
Ph: 06 388 0042
Contact: Gordon Collins
Mangaweka Heritage Group
Ph: 06 382 5750
Contact: Alison Dorrian
Our children are supported to become confident, competent self-directed learners through play based around their interests. Our parents are actively involved in providing our children’s learning programmes. The high adult to child ratio allows a good balance for group and individual support during each session.
PO Box 3, Mangaweka
Freephone: 0800 752 969
Mobile: 022 328 5649
Mangaweka Public Library
Plunket Rooms Broadway, Mangaweka
Mobile: 027 296 5527
Contact: Natalie Townsend (Librarian)
Maori Land Court
If you own or have an interest in M?ori land, the M?ori Land Court is a judicial forum through which you can interact with other owners or interested people about the current and future use, ownership, occupation and/or management of M?ori land.
Hours:Monday - Friday 10am - 4pm
Ingestre House 74 Ingestre Street, Whanganui
Ph: 06 349 0770
Contact: Caroline Green (Registrar)
Maori Wardens, Taihape
Aroha ki te tangata / For the love of the people. M?ori Wardens are an intrinsic part of our communities in Aotearoa New Zealand. They have well-established relationships that enable them to work closely with wh?nau, M?ori organisations, community groups and government agencies.
Ph: 06 388 1198
Contact: Mary Smallman
Maori Women's Refuge
Our Kaupapa is to empower and support whanau-ora (wellness) for those who choose to live free from violence and abuse in all its forms.
Ph: 06 355 0626
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 (Researcher)
Marton ASK (After School Kids)
After School Kids (ASK) is a Ministry of Social Development approved OSCAR (Out of School Care and Recreation) programme. We provide a safe and stimulating programme in a homely and caring environment for children aged 5 - 13 years. ASK offers three programmes: Morning Kids, After School Kids and Holiday Programmes.
Ph: 06 327 7657
Mobile: 021 357 864
Contact: Christina McNeill
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.
Marton ICT Hub, C/- Marton Library 31 High 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)