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Manawatu/Rangitikei Women in Farming Group
Mangaweka
Manawatu/Rangitikei Women in Farming Group

Mangaweka
Ph: 06 382 5507
Contact: Ruth Rainey
Mangaweka Heritage Group
Mangaweka
Mangaweka Heritage Group

Mangaweka
Ph: 06 382 5750
Contact: Alison Dorrian
Mangaweka Public Library
Mangaweka
Mangaweka Public Library

Plunket Rooms Broadway, Mangaweka
Mobile: 027 296 5527
Contact: Natalie Townsend (Librarian)
Marton Christian Welfare Society
Marton
Marton Christian Welfare Society

PO Box 295, Marton
Contact: Peter Saywell
Marton Maori Wardens
Marton
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
Email: martonmaoriwardenstrust@gmail.com
Web: http://www.facebook.com/martonmaoriwardens
Contact: Kevin Rei (Secretary)
Marton Returned Services Assn (Women's Section)
Marton
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
Marton
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

Discovery Restaurant Cooks 301 Broadway, Marton
Email: secretary.martonrotary@gmail.com
Mobile: 027 444 1743
Web: http://www.rotary9940.org/clubinfo/marton
Contact: David Stantiall (Secretary)
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
Mountain Safety Manawatu
Mountain Safety Manawatu


Ph: 06 323 4352
Contact: Kasey Gibb
 

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