North Shore Times : November 25th 2010
12 NORTH SHORE TIMES, NOVEMBER 25, 2010 NEWS OG1274A Make our home your home. Your comfort and wellbeing is assured: Priced to meet the market Beautiful, generous gardens and surrounds Comfort and security Rest home and hospital to hand Warm, friendly and professional staff Family friendly environment Leisure and social activities Meal options and healthcare support Located centrally in Milford, our location means you can keep your GP, Pharmacist, Clubs and Associations. When making the decision to move to a retirement village, Lady Allum offers a reassuring solution for seniors at a stage in their lives where comfort, security and a sense of place and belonging are paramount. In addition, Lady Allum offers priority entry to rest home level care if your health needs or circumstances change. Two renovated 1 bedroom cottages set in beautiful, established gardens and pathways. These quaint, well appointed cottages are warm and comfortable and of brick and tile construction. 2 bedroom, modern apartment with full kitchen and balcony. AVAILABLE FOR $239,000 AVAILABLE FOR $460,000 To find out more call Rowena Pearce on (027) 501 8269 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org OPEN FOR VIEWING BY APPOINTMENT OPEN FOR VIEWING BY APPOINTMENT LADY ALLUM: 20 Napoleon Avenue, Milford 0620 Ph (027) 501 8269 LADY ALLUM COTTAGES LADY ALLUM APARTMENT Lions kick off the festive activities Santa's coming: Father Christmas made his first appearance in Glenfield this year at the annual Santa Parade. The festive season has been kicked off in Glenfield with the annual Glenfield Lions Community Santa Par- ade. For 18 years the par- ade has brought together schools, ethnic groups and musicians among other community groups in November. It's always the first Santa parade on the North Shore. This year's event included 32 colourful floats in which 350 people were involved. The Auckland Police Pipe Band, North Shore Youth Brass Band, Royal New Zealand Navy Pipes and Drums, Salvation Army Band and Gug- gemusik provided festive music. Ronald McDonald, Blue Santa'' and The LAPD SWAT Fire Engine'', as well as three police vehicles joined the parade. This year's Santa par- ade was a great success, with good weather, fan- tastic atmosphere, Christmas joy and spirit,'' co-ordinator Michael Pollitt says. Good fun was had by all, especially the chil- dren.''
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