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  • Charles Rooking Carter Awards

    June 10 @ 6:30 pm - 11:00 pm

    Charles Rooking Carter Awards The Charles Rooking Carter Community Awards was created by the Carterton District Council in 1994 to publicly acknowledge and celebrate the outstanding volunteer work, business innovation and achievements of members in the community. The Awards are named after Charles ...

  • Carterton Daffodil Festival

    September 10 @ 9:00 am - 3:30 pmDaffs Middlerun

    Carterton's popular Festival offers an abundance of activities ranging from the famous Daffodil picking at Middlerun, Street Markets, Horse Drawn Surrey Rides, the Big Wai Art Sale in the Events Centre and loads more

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24 hours ago

Carterton District Council

The sun shone over Carterton during a moving ANZAC parade and memorial service today. Thank you to the large number of the public who joined our Returned Service men,

#lestweforget #wewillrememberthem
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The sun shone over Carterton during a moving ANZAC parade and memorial service today. Thank you to the large number of the public who joined our Returned Service men,#lestweforget #wewillrememberthem

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A lovely day for the ANZAC service in Memorial Square

2 days ago

Carterton District Council

The ANZAC parade will form outside the council offices on Holloway Street at 10.45am tomorrow morning.

Fingers crossed for favourable weather.

ANZAC Memorial ServiceApr 25, 11:00amCarterton District CouncilThose who wish to be involved in the parade are asked to meet outside the Council Offices on Holloway Street at 10.45am .

The parade will commence towards Memorial Square at 11am.

Following the laying of wreath the public memorial service will continue at the Events Centre.
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ANZAC Memorial Service

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I hope the sound system at the cenotaph is good enough to be able to hear this year

Carterton Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade
Information Evening

Tuesday 2nd May 2017
7.30pm – 9.30pm
Hurunui-o-Rangi Room
Carterton Events Centre

Upgrading our wastewater treatment plant is one of the most significant projects the Council has undertaken for a very long time.
The aim of the upgrade is to treat and dispose the town’s wastewater to minimise adverse effects on the environment, including the optimised use of Council’s Daleton Farm property.

We’re holding a further information evening for anyone who is interested in the details of what we’re planning to do. Come along to hear and ask questions about the project.

Part of the upgrade is the use of storage technology new to New Zealand. This will allow us to stop discharging treated wastewater to the Mangatārere Stream in all but very high flows. We’re pleased to be doing our bit to make our rivers more swimmable. And we’re keen to talk about it to anyone who’s interested! So come along.
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Carterton Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade
Information EveningTuesday 2nd May 2017
7.30pm – 9.30pm
Hurunui-o-Rangi Room
Carterton Events CentreUpgrading our wastewater treatment plant is one of the most significant projects the Council has undertaken for a very long time.
The aim of the upgrade is to treat and dispose the town’s wastewater to minimise adverse effects on the environment, including the optimised use of Council’s Daleton Farm property.We’re holding a further information evening for anyone who is interested in the details of what we’re planning to do. Come along to hear and ask questions about the project.Part of the upgrade is the use of storage technology new to New Zealand.  This will allow us to stop discharging treated wastewater to the Mangatārere Stream in all but very high flows.  We’re pleased to be doing our bit to make our rivers more swimmable.  And we’re keen to talk about it to anyone who’s interested!  So come along.
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