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The Fencing of Swimming Pools Act was introduced to protect young children from the danger of drowning.
The Council has 112 units in Kaiapoi, Oxford, Rangiora and Woodend for people over 60 with limited means.
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Forget any parking worries and jump on the free bus to the Rangiora Toyota Santa Parade and Christmas Party in the Park from Kaiapoi, Woodend or Rangiora.
The Christmas Party in the Park is hosted in Victoria Park on Sunday 9 December. It features live entertainment, music, food, craft stalls, animals, amusement rides, face painting and fun activities for kids. It runs from midday until 5.30pm, with the very popular Rangiora Toyota Santa Parade kicking off at 2pm. Find out more about the event at Rangiora Promotions Association.
The Council will once again provide a free bus for residents to get to Victoria Park safely and easily.
The first pick up in Kaiapoi will be on Williams Street just north of Ohoka Road.
The bus will stop if signalled at regular bus stops on the way to Woodend where it will travel down Woodend Road before continuing down Rangiora Woodend Road to Ashley Street by New World.
It is then just a 400m walk to Victoria Park.
Once in Rangiora the bus will do a loop of the town (refer map) before heading back to Kaiapoi. Users are asked to wait at designated bus stops or if there is no bus stop nearby signal to the driver.
Download the bus route map and timetable.
Various road closures will be in place in and around the town centre to cater for the Santa Parade.
The below roads will close from 1pm to 4pm:
The following roads will close from 1pm to 5pm:
Detours will be in place during these times. Please follow on-site signage.