Nelson Leader : February 20th 2014
24 THE NELSON LEADER, FEBRUARY 20, 2014 Professional, friendly & efficient Phone 027 348 3699 / 03 544 5488 24 hours Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Adopt Me! Proudly sponsored by 37 Manuka St, Nelson. Ph 548 0838 This is Poppy, a beautiful black and white female around 3 years old. Poppy is a sweet girl who prefers to be the only cat in a household. She has not grown up around children but would settle into a more mature household with older kids. Proudly sponsored by OPENING HOURS MON - FRI 9.30am - 5pm SAT & SUN 10.00am - 1pm Proudly sponsored by Proudly sponsored by Proudly sponsored by size 16+ 37 Manuka St, Nelson. Ph 548 0838 37 Manuka St, Nelson. Ph 548 0838 47 Bridge St, Nelson. Ph 545 8383 CALL NOW 547 7171 379 WAIMEA ROAD - NELSON Sunrises at larger village S ummerset in the Sun’s $10 million ‘‘village centre’’ at its growing Stoke retirement vil- CLAIRE CALDER REAA2008 lage has been officially opened, more than doubling staff numbers. Summerset chief executive Norah Barlow, Housing Minister and Nelson MP Nick Smith and Nelson Mayor Rachel Reese were joined by most of the village’s 160 residents and people involved in the project. The centre has a cafe, bar and social areas, a hairdressing salon, an exercise room, a library and IT suite, a spa pool and a large outdoor bowling green. It has a 42-bed care centre provid- ing rest home and hospital- level care, and 15 apartments where residents can get DHB-certified rest home level care. Another wing will be built on demand, adding another 17 beds and a dozen more care apartments. Village manager James Hamilton said the staff had grown from 12 to around 30, including nurses and caregivers who would be on hand ‘‘24/7’’ once the first village centre residents moved in. The village was around two-thirds This is Max, a beautiful long haired large lad who is 3 years old and full of love and life to give. His previous owner passed and he would love to fi nd a permanent home to stay. He’d be a wonderful addition to any family. This is Harry who loves a head butt and has been living rough for a little while. Harry is between 4 and 7 and has a lovely nature once he gets to know you and would love to fi nd a place to call home. www.nelsonspca.org.nz Proudly sponsored by www.theleader.co.nz 103 Haven Road. Nelson Ph 539 0053 www.quaycars.co.nz 69 Gladstone Rd Richmond Ph 544 5142 www.versatilehomes.co.nz This is Stella, a very sweet and soft natured 7 year old girl who is looking for a permanent SPCA Nelson Proudly sponsored by Proudly sponsored by www.theleader.co.nz home due to a change in circumstance. Stella is very affectionate and would suit a quieter home where she can relax in peace. built, he said, with construction to begin on a new part of the site near Nayland Rd shortly, and then a final housing development on the southern side. The extension to the village centre would probably begin by the end of the year. When all parts of the project were finished there would be around 350 residents, Mr Hamilton said. Mrs Barlow said Summerset in the Sun had grown into ‘‘a truly warm community’’, with many great Message from the top:CEO Norah Barlow speaks at theSummerset in the Sun opening. friendships between residents. ‘‘We might put the bricks and mor- tar up . . . you’re the people that make the village what it is.’’ She said the village centre repres- ented a significant investment in Nelson’s community. Over the nine months of construction there were an average of 60 tradespeople on site, with a Summerset village of comparable size contributing $2 million a year in wages to the local economy. Ms Reese said the development was ‘‘better than anything I could have imagined. It is a wonderful result’’. The village centre was a signifi- cant investment for Nelson and particularly the Stoke community, she said. Dr Smith said he aimed to get about 27,000 new homes built across New Zealand this year, a massive challenge for the building sector, councils and the Government. The provision of retirement villages was part of the solution because it freed up family homes. This is Ferbie. His elderly owner This is Molly, a sweet gentle girl recently passed away and he was the apple of his eye. He would prefer a very quiet home as he can be a bit timid and shy until he gets to know you. who is an 8 month old Huntaway cross. She’s an intelligent lass and will make a wonderful addition to any family The Nelson SPCA Dogs’ Day Out 5780954AA This is Jazz, a collie cross female who is a delightful happy puppy. She is around 3 ½ months old and her and her sister Stella are both looking for forever homes. This is Missy, a collie cross 8 month old female who recently came here from Hokitika. She is a bright energetic girl who will thrive with an active family. She is sweet natured and a good learner. 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