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Totally Thames Inc

Plan, promote and run major events and activities in town that will generate prosperity and strengthen the social, cultural, economic and community development of Thames.OrganisationsCommunity and healthSports and recreationSee More
Jul 28, 2011
Kim Lambert commented on Trif Sitnikoff's group Thames Adventure Seekers
"YO, been a while, there is now a mountain bike club in Thames, currently going through the process of registering as an organisation and finding out where we are able to put our time and effort into legitimate tracks. The scarface and Hotoritori…"
Jul 28, 2011
Trif Sitnikoff replied to Kim Lambert's discussion Track building in the group Cycling and Walking
"Hi    Good on you for being so motivated. I got up scarface yesterday with my chainsaw to clear a tree from the track coming down to the st johns depo. Its quite overgrown. I have a group of students who could be pursuaded to muck in for…"
Feb 26, 2011
Kim Lambert replied to Kim Lambert's discussion Track building in the group Cycling and Walking
"Sorry for the lateness but I am going to the scarface tracks, moanatairi creek road about 5.30pm"
Feb 15, 2011
Martin Rodley replied to Kim Lambert's discussion Track building in the group Cycling and Walking
"Sounds excellent, any of those days would suit me.  Apparently strips of old white venetian blinds make really good track markers, anybody got some ?"
Feb 13, 2011
Kim Lambert added a discussion to the group Cycling and Walking
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Track building

Hi guys,There have been some people putting effort into the Hotoritori and Scarface MTB tracks, they are looking a little shabby at the mo and I am wondering if there is anybody with spare time to help have a clean up sometime as a group. Also if an body has bike reflectors lying around we could use them to help mark the trails. I am available probably wednesday, friday and sunday evenings.Cheers See More
Feb 13, 2011
Kim Lambert commented on Trif Sitnikoff's group Thames Adventure Seekers
"Paeroa MTB tracks tomorrow night if anybody keen to tag along cher cher"
Feb 13, 2011
Kim Lambert might attend Pauline Trebilcock-Charteris's event
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Thames Christmas in the Park at Victoria Park Band Rotunda

December 18, 2010 from 6:30pm to 9pm
Thames Christmas in the ParkEntry: Can of food for the Food BankBYO Picnic from 6.30pmSong sheet in the Hauraki Herald on Friday 17th December.Safety Candles and Glow Sticks for sale on the night.Strictly no alcohol permitted on premises.See More
Dec 12, 2010
Kim Lambert commented on Trif Sitnikoff's group Thames Adventure Seekers
"HEAPHY OPENS MAY 2011 Hot off the press... the NZ Conservation Authority has just approved the Kahurangi National Park Management Plan. That means mountain biking is to be trialed on the Heaphy, Flora Saddle to Barron Flat and the (full) Kill Devil…"
Dec 9, 2010
Kim Lambert commented on Trif Sitnikoff's group Thames Adventure Seekers
"Going track building sunday arvo, scarface, at the end of Moanatairi creek road, no bikes just shovels"
Dec 8, 2010
Kim Lambert commented on Trif Sitnikoff's group Thames Adventure Seekers
"6.30 for wednesday also"
Nov 16, 2010
Kim Lambert commented on Trif Sitnikoff's group Thames Adventure Seekers
"Ammendment to below monday ride, 630pm at K valley headquarters then those who want to ride from town have plenty of time. Also Wednesday meet at Gym at this stage and do scarface MTB tracks, no big hills but tracks are technical come check out the…"
Nov 16, 2010
Kim Lambert commented on Trif Sitnikoff's group Thames Adventure Seekers
"Monday night bike ride, meet K-Valley DOC headquarters 5.30pm. cher cher"
Nov 3, 2010
Kim Lambert joined Trif Sitnikoff's group
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Thames Adventure Seekers

A group for those who want to get out and make the most of our amazing local playground.T3 GroupsSports and recreationOrganisationsSee More
Nov 3, 2010
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Apr 27, 2010
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Apr 27, 2010

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At 18:20 on October 11, 2010, Trif Sitnikoff said…
Hey Kim,

This is Trif from Thames High - I've got a new bike and keen to do some skids. Do you still go riding out Hotoritori on Mondays?
At 6:57pm on April 16, 2010, mark skelding gave Kim Lambert a gift
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Hi Kim:the red ribbon of welcome to you. Feel free to start a cycling conversation. I am sure Jenny-K will participate: she has made reference to cycling in connection with the Transition Cafe on 29th
 
 
 

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Wilderland Trust needing support at Wilder-land

July 29, 2014 at 6pm to August 15, 2014 at 12pm
Link to Indiegogo Wilderland is a charitable Trust dedicated to empowering individuals to enhance the global environment and personal health of everyone. A unique education centre where sustainable living is a reality, Wilderland offers people just like you the chance to come and learn about living in a way that will preserve the environment for future…See More
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Indoor Rock Climbing at Thames High School Gym

July 23, 2014 from 7pm to 9pm
Thames Social Climbers meets each Wednesday at 7pm at the Thames High School Gym. Its all about climbing and laughing. Lets get high together!See More
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General Election - Meet the Candidates at Grahamstown Community Hall

August 30, 2014 from 10:30am to 12:30pm
The Thames-Hauraki Forest and Bird and the Thames Coast Protection Society warmly invite you to a meeting with the candidates for the general election 2014. Speeches will include environmental policy. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and to have individual conversations with the speakers. The meeting will be facilitated by Ken Carpenter from Forest and Bird and Richard Moyle from Thames Coast Protection Society.See More
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Mrs Greenjeans Seedlings

Mrs Greenjeans Seedlings is committed to providing healthy, strong organic seedlings to gardeners and growers in the Thames area. A partnership between Nancy Zwaan and Trish Hatfield, Mrs Greenjeans sells her wares weekly at the Grahamstown Market and also at the Thames Organic Shop on Pollen Street. Currently Mrs Greenjeans grows a wide range of vegetable plants, many herbs and some flowers. This is an Organic Farm New Zealand certified organic business.See More
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Should we be concerned about the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA)? Click link for news.

If these secret negotiations succeed [the only documents in the public domain have been leaked] they will create a mega-treaty across nine or more countries that puts a straightjacket on the policies and laws our government can adopt for the next century and give massive new powers to corporations.

Thames residents may be sitting on a gold mine

There is an application to prospect for gold underneath the town pending approval.

The application by Zedex Gold [application 53981 - purple on map] was lodged with the Ministry of Economic Development on October 4th 2011.

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