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1st Marton Scout Group
Marton
1st Marton Scout Group
We are a place for boys and girls to be a part of the scouting community; to enjoy new adventures, experience the outdoors', interact with others, gain confidence and have the opportunity to reach their full potential.

37 Cuba Street, Marton
Ph:
Freephone: 0800 726 887
Email: martonscouts@gmail.com
Mobile: 021 158 6007
Web: http://www.facebook. com/martonscoutsnz
Contact: Mike Rayner (Group Leader)
Aotea Central Māori Wardens Trust
Marton
Aotea Central Māori Wardens Trust
Aroha ki te tangata / For the love of the people. Māori Wardens are an intrinsic part of our communities in Aotearoa New Zealand. They have well-established relationships that enable them to work closely with whānau, Māori organisations, community groups and government agencies.

Unit 2 221 Victoria Avenue, Whanganui
Ph: 06 347 7406
Email: aoteamaoriwardenstrust@gmail.com
Mobile: 022 082 6895
Web: http://www.facebook.com/martonmaoriwardens
Contact: Audette Standing-Phillips (Vice Chairperson)
Bulls and District Community Trust
Bulls
Bulls and District Community Trust
The Bulls and District Community Trust has a proud record of building capacity within Bulls and the wider district. We promote opportunities for community connection using a range of events, activities and programmes that support positive health and wellbeing. Hours:Monday - Friday 9am – 3pm (subject to appointments)

Te Matapihi-Bulls Community Centre 4 Criterion Street, Bulls
Email: office@bulls.kiwi
Mobile: 021 174 5951
Web: http://www.facebook.com/Bulls-NZ
Contact: Bonnie Clayton (Community Development Manager)
Community Legal Advice Whanganui (CLAW)
Whanganui
Community Legal Advice Whanganui (CLAW)
Community Legal Advice Whanganui provides free-of-charge community legal services to eligible people throughout the Aotea rohe. We are members of Community Law Centres Aotearoa (CLCA). Hours:Marton - second Wednesday of the month, 10am - 12pm; Taihape - fourth Wednesday of the month, 10am - 2pm

PO Box 351, Whanganui
Ph: 06 348 8288
Email: claw@claw.co.nz
Mobile: 027 243 8447
Web: http://www.communitylaw.org.nz/centre/whanganui
Contact: Sandra Terewi (Manager)
Hunterville Settlers Museum
Hunterville
Hunterville Settlers Museum
Located in the old court house on State Highway 1, Hunterville Settlers Museum includes a small collection of local buildings including a barn, blacksmith room and Roper Cottage. Hours:Friday 2pm - 4pm or by appointment


Ph: 06 322 8063
Email: conlon@slingshot.co.nz
Web: http://www.nzhistoricalsocieties.org.nz/members/Hunterville-museum
Contact: Jack Still
Jaycees, Marton
Marton
Jaycees, Marton

PO Box 6, Marton
Ph: 06 342 6717
Contact: Brendan Williams
John Beresford Swan Dudding  Trust
Lower Hutt
John Beresford Swan Dudding Trust
The JBS Dudding Trust is managed by the Public Trust. Funding applications open annually in May to registered charities and incoporated societies based in or supporting people in the Rangitīkei District.

PO Box 31543, Lower Hutt
Ph:
Freephone: 0800 371 471
Email: funding@publictrust.co.nz
Web: http://www.publictrust.co.nz/grants/how-do-i-find-one/grants/the-jbs-dudding-trust
Contact: Tyler Ward (Client Manager)
Keep Marton Beautiful
Marton
Keep Marton Beautiful
Keep Marton Beautiful meets bi-monthly and has working bees when the group are concentrating on specific projects.

PO Box 22, Marton
Ph: 06 327 7143
Email: rick_clare4@hotmail.com
Mobile: 027 201 0008
Web: http://www.knzb.org.nz
Contact: Clare Aston
Koitiata Residents' Committee
Koitiata
Koitiata Residents' Committee

25 Omanu Street RD 11, Whanganui
Ph: 06 327 3985
Email: kagbeach@gmail.com
Contact: Keith Gray
Kōkako Street Hall
Taihape
Kōkako Street Hall
Kōkako Street Hall for hire is administered by Rangitīkei District Council. Hours:Taihape office Monday - Sunday 9am - 5pm

90-92 Hautapu Street, Taihape
Ph: 06 388 0604
Freephone: 0800 422 522
Email: taihapeic@rangitikei.govt.nz
Web: http://www.rangitikei.govt.nz
Contact: (Information Officer)
Lions Club, Hunterville
Hunterville
Lions Club, Hunterville
Lions Clubs are for anyone wanting to make a difference in their local community as well as communities worldwide. Hours:Meet fourth Monday of month

24 High Street,
Ph: 06 327 4556
Web: http://www.lionsclubs.org/en/start-our-approach/club-locator
Contact: Hamilton McConachy (President)
Lions Club, Marton
Marton
Lions Club, Marton
Lions Clubs are for anyone wanting to make a difference in their local community as well as communities worldwide. Hours:Meet second and fourth Tuesday of the month

Cooks Bar (meetings) 301 Broadway, Marton
Ph: 06 327 6167
Web: http://www.lionsclubs.org/en/start-our-approach/club-locator
Contact: Rod McDonald (President)
Manawatū/Rangitīkei Women in Farming Group
Mangaweka
Manawatū/Rangitīkei Women in Farming Group
We support women farmers in farming practise and education.

Mangaweka
Ph: 06 382 5507
Email: wifrangitikei@gmail.com
Contact: Ruth Rainey
Mangaweka Public Library
Mangaweka
Mangaweka Public Library

Plunket Rooms Broadway, Mangaweka
Mobile: 027 296 5527
Contact: Natalie Townsend (Librarian)
Marton Women's Institute
Marton
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. Hours:

Friendship Hall Morris Street, Marton
Ph: 06 327 7352
Web: http://www.wi.org.nz/Site/locations/north-island/Wanganui
Contact: Gillian Futcher
Ohingaiti Hall
Ohingaiti
Ohingaiti Hall
Ohingaiti Hall is available for public use.

5020 State Highway 1 RD5, Hunterville
Ph: 06 322 9882
Email: jacqui.virtue@rnzcgp.org.nz
Mobile: 021 758 726
Contact: Tony Doorey
Project Marton
Marton
Project Marton
Project Marton is a voluntary community group which aims to make Marton a better place to live and work. Hours:Available by appointment

PO Box 45, Marton
Ph: 06 327 7633
Email: projectmarton@gmail.com
Web: http://www.martonnz.com
Contact: Julia Stead (Co-ordinator (Interim))
Rangitīkei Lodge No. 38 (Freemasons NZ)
Marton
Rangitīkei Lodge No. 38 (Freemasons NZ)
Freemansons is 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 heavily involved in supporting charity and community service. Hours:Lodge 38 meets every second Thursday of the month, except January. Installation is in February

Freemasons Hall 365 Wellington Road, Bulls
Email: mason.ruapehu@gmail.com
Mobile: 027 448 3513
Web: http://www.themasons.org.nz/rangitikei
Contact: Ashley Williamson (District Grand Director of Ceremonies)
Rātana Pā Communal Board of Trustees
Rātana
Rātana Pā Communal Board of Trustees


Ph: 06 342 6819
Contact: Puawai Hagger
Returned Services Association (Bulls) Inc
Bulls
Returned Services Association (Bulls) Inc
Every day the RSA movement helps all service personnel and their families get the support they need. Our mission is to remember and care for all those impacted by service for New Zealand in military operations.

55 High Street, Bulls
Ph: 06 322 0875
Email: bullsrsa@xtra.co.nz
Web: http://www.rsa.org.nz/content/bulls-rsa
Contact: Tracey Holdaway (Secretary/Treasurer)
Returned Services Association (Hunterville)
Hunterville
Returned Services Association (Hunterville)
Every day the RSA movement helps all service personnel and their families get the support they need. Our mission is to remember and care for all those impacted by service for New Zealand in military operations.

375 Rangatira Road, Hunterville
Ph: 06 322 8660
Email: dclf.cole@gmail.com
Mobile: 021 703 783
Web: https://www.rsa.org.nz/content/hunterville-rsa
Contact: David Cole (President)
Returned Services Association (Marton)
Marton
Returned Services Association (Marton)
Every day the RSA movement helps all service personnel and their families get the support they need. Our mission is to remember and care for all those impacted by service for New Zealand in military operations.

PO Box 71, Marton
Ph: 06 327 7866
Email: dianne.velvin@slingshot.co.nz
Web: http://www.rsa.org.nz/rsas/marton-rsa
Contact: Graeme Velvin
Returned Services Association (Taihape)
Taihape
Returned Services Association (Taihape)
Every day the RSA movement helps all service personnel and their families get the support they need. Our mission is to remember and care for all those impacted by service for New Zealand in military operations.

PO Box 56, Taihape
Ph: 06 388 0451
Email: taihapersa@yahoo.co.nz
Web: http://www.rsa.org.nz/content/taihape-and-district-rsa
Contact: Russ Levy (Secretary)
Rotary Club, Marton
Marton
Rotary Club, Marton

PO Box 135, Marton
Mobile: 027 444 1743
Web: http://www.facebook.com/pg/RotaryMarton
Contact: Robert Gunn (President)
 


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