Hawke’s Bay is already regarded as one of the best places in the country to cycle, and its star is set to rise following the Government’s announcement that more than 50km of cycle paths will be built as part of the Urban Cycleways Programme. The work will start this year.
A full range of artist’s impressions and plans of the new Hawke’s Bay chapel and crematorium will be on display next Saturday (July 4).
The open day, at the Hawke’s Bay Chapel and Crematorium, will also give members of the public the chance to “meet the team”, take a behind-the-scenes tour of the facility including the current crematorium area to the rear of the chapel, get an insight into the “science of grave digging” and partake of refreshments, said cemetery manager Garry Bowles.
How low will they grow: Four burly men on the Hastings City Assist team are growing their beards for seven months – then shaving them off as part of the Child Cancer Foundation’s annual fundrazor, in support of the Child Cancer Foundation which helps children with cancer and their families