North Shore Times : December 23rd 2010
8 NORTH SHORE TIMES, DECEMBER 23, 2010 NEWS Things you need to know • Family and alcohol free zones are available • For everyone's enjoyment, no unruly behaviour will be tolerated • We are a smoke-free venue • Check the website for what you can bring to the venue. Liquor Ban A liquor ban will be enforced for the duration of the event in specifed areas. Please check the map for details. Are you driving? • Road closures will affect some streets before and after the match • Changes made to assigned areas for mobility parking and public drop offs • See map for details. Public transport • Public transport will be operating on a reduced (holiday) timetable with trains replaced by buses. •G o t o maxx.co.nz for details • Alcohol may not be consumed on public transport • Taxi drop-offs have changed (see map) Message for residents Permitted parking now available throughout Zone A Need to know more? Visit us online at edenpark.co.nz or phone us on 09 815 5551. Thanks and enjoy the game! On Boxing Day (Sunday), Eden Park will host the BLACKCAPS vs Pakistan (Twenty20) Gates open 1pm, 2pm start. Join us for a great game! What's your game plan? Going to the Twenty 20 match? There are a few things you need to know. Proudly supported by: Liquor ban area AT.10/EdenPark No fear: DJ Dow, 2, zooms past 11-year-old Shaydene Castle, both from Glenfield, on one of the many novelty attractions. Photos: SHANE WENZLICK Families enjoy fun in the sun Eating it up: Matthew Morton, 5, enjoys a sausage straight off the barbecue. Free ride: Bailey McQuoid, 4, gives the merry-go-round a burst. Cool dude: Noah Aupaau, 8, chills out with a cold drink. Big demand: Hungry Aucklanders queue for a free sausage. Thanks. That's the message from the Mad Butcher and Suburban News- papers Community Trust to all our readers. And what better way to show that appreci- ation than through a free family fun day at the Ellerslie racecourse. Thousands of people turned up to the annual event on Sunday -- mak- ing the most of the great weather, barbecued sausages, novelty rides, Tip Top icecreams and entertainment. The trust, working in partnership with this newspaper, has run two major fundraising appeals this year. The League for Life project was established to support rugby league players of all ages and abilities who fall on hard times while Operation Heal secured much- needed funds to buy high-tech operating equipment at the National Burn Centre. Readers got right behind us on both counts and together we all made a difference,'' chairman Sir Peter Leitch says. The family fun day is our way of saying well done and thank you for your fantastic support.''
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