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Tails and Trails - Doggy Meet Ups are held every Saturday at 10am at Sir James Wilson Park (near the old wrestling facilities) Contact details are:   www.tailsandtrails.nz or tailsandtrailsdogclub@gmail.com, or call Margaret on 021-320-990
Read below for more information on this new club

Womens Institute -
Join in the Friendship and fun today.  You're welcome to join in on the 1st Monday of every month at the Friendship Hall, Morris hall 1.30pm.  For more information phone Jean 3276460 or Gillian 327 7352

Get your Knit On  I'm running a knitting group every Tuesday 10am-12noon at St. Stephen's hall, Towgood Room. It costs nothing to participate and we even have wool, needles and patterns. We are currently knitting items for the Plunket Nurse in Marton to give to new mums. You even get a complimentary morning tea! If you are interested contact me on 0278602729, 327-6466. Stephanie Shaw

Marton Golf Club, Club Days. Saturday Men & Womens 18 Holes, Start 11am-12.30pm. Golfer and non golfers are welcome to join in. Tuesday 9 Hole members competition. Start 9am. Wednesday Ladies 18 Hole competition, starts 9.30am. Thursday Men's stableford Starts 10.30am-11am. Green Fees. $25 - 18 holes. $15 - 9 holes.

Steadyasyougo exercise classes for older people, mainly for balance & preventing falls, held at Marton Bowling Club, Tuesdays, 10am-11am, all welcome – phone Joanne 3277479

Weight Watchers, Every Monday evening, 6pm Milne Room, St
Andrews.

Yoga - new yoga class that’s just started in Marton. It’s at Nga Tawa School’s Celebration Centre and is open to anyone in the district. Mondays at 5.15pm. $10 per class or buy 5 classes in advance and get 6th class for free.

Boot camp at Marton Park Follet street on Mondays 6pm & Thursday 6am FREE and everyone welcome…

Get 'n Give.  Open at least Tue-Thu 10am-4pm, access via 73 Station Road East. Get 'n Give is a voluntary organisation, we accept and gift items, giving a helping hand for those that need it.  If you have anything you can donate for this cause call 027-388-7117.  Follow our facebook group at:  www.facebook.com/groups/GnGMarton

Junior Jive: Every Wednesday, (Term time only) 9.30-10.30. Marton Library. A fun opportunity for pre-schoolers. Doing crafts, group story time and morning tea.

Rangitikei Country Music Club meets at Supertex Building, 421 Wellington Rd the 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month at 1.30pm. Contact Bronwen Newman 327500.

Contract Bridge Tuesday night, Thursday afternoons. 64 Pukepapa road. Any queries please contact Joh 327-8892

Ian Mckelvies' office Open every Wednesday, 9.30-3.30. High Street.

Healing Rooms. St Martins Hall, Pukepapa Road. Wednesdays 2pm. Contact Pastor Graham Moore for further details on 027612 7644

Junior Squash. Mondays 5.30pm $2 per session or members free. Ph Anna on 027 662 0154 for more details.

PLAYGROUP for babies and toddlers and a chance for mums and dads to meet and chat. Morning tea and coffee provided. 10 am – 12 noon Tuesdays in the St Stephens Parish Hall, Maunder Street.

St Andrews Womens fellowship, meets 1st Wednesday of the month 2.30pm following communion at 2.15. For more details contact Hazel Thomson 3273931 or parish office 3274532 or office.standrewsmarton@xtra.co.nz

St Stephens women’s fellowship.  A fun night out  - something different every month – good company! Second Thursday of each month: 7.30 – 9.30 pm Contact the parish office 327 8398

MEN’S GROUP: Come along and enjoy good company over a shared meal followed by an interesting speaker. Fourth Wednesday of each month in the St Stephens Parish Hall. 5.30 – 7.30 pm Contact the Parish office 327 8398

Marton Country Music Club – The last Saturday of every month. 1.30pm $3.00 with afternoon tea. St Johns Ambulance rooms.

JP signing service: @ the Marton Pharmacy every Friday. 9am-12pm.

Lodge Rangitikei No.38 Freemasons NZ.  Meet every second Thursday of the month 7.30pm, http://www.themasons.org.nz/rangitikei/

Aerobics for over 40s: Every Tuesday & Thursday, 9.30am, Memorial Hall. Great fun way to keep fit with friendly people.

Photography Group. This is a fun informal group that meets to shoot some great landscape, share tips and info and friendship. If you are interested either find them on Facebook. Marton Photography Group or call Sandra on 027 247 1412.

Euchre & Housie group. Marton Bowling Club, 3 Hereford Street  -Tuesday. Names in by 1.15 $3 Housie $0.50c per card. Afternoon tea - All Welcome

Marton Bowling Club: Our regular roll-ups will be starting on Wednesday 14th and Saturday 17th September, Names required by 1pm for a 1:15 start.  Visitors and new members are always welcome.  Contact 327 8259 for further information.

Marton Croquet Club days.  Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays at 1 p.m.  Visitors welcome to come and have a go at any of these times.  All equipment supplied and no charge for first half season. 

The Companion Ship,  All aboard the Good Ship Companion for fun and fellowship at St Andrew's Church hall every Wednesday between 11am and 2pm.  Drop anchor for five minutes or three hours.  Share games, play cards, bring your knitting or just stop and chat.  Bring your lunch but tea and coffee provided (koha requested).  All those 55+ are welcome, with no obligation.

Marton Community Garden Coffee Morning. Every Friday morning. (Except 3rd Friday of each month) 10am-11.30am. Everyone welcome. 18 Humphrey Street For further info contact Project Marton on 327 7633 or projectmarton@xtra.co.nz

Diabetes Social Group: Every third Sunday of the month the group meets at St Stephans at 2pm for conversation, recipe tips, company and information that can help.

Marton Lions Club: We are looking for new members!  We meet every 2nd Tuesday at Cook's Bar 6pm.  Ladies welcome to join in and become members.  Please contact Murray on 327 8503 for more information

IRD are available for face to face meetings every third Monday of  even months at the WINZ/MSD office.  Call IRD to make an appointment 06 9010109

Marton Choir If you are interested contact Christian Stafford on 027 3590394 or christianstafford52@gmail.com.  Reading music ability useful but not essential.

IRLEN SYNDROME - If you are concerned for your child or yourself due to difficulty with reading, concentration, attention deficit, inability to sit still, headaches or migraine Irlen Syndrome may be the cause.   To check for this significant barrier to learning contact: Prue Deighton 06 327 8185 email:  prue.irlen@gmail.com OR Gretta Mills 06 327 6459  email:  millsnz@gmail.com.   Charitable Trust funding is available to assist with costs if necessary.

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