Currently, Auckland Council does not restrict park use on public holidays however such complaints ( Auckland City Harbour News, April 10) provide us with the opportunity to review this and also follow up complaints. We are seeking responses from the organisers to the issues raised. Residents living next to Walker Park should call Auckland Council’s 24 Call Centre (301 0101) if they believe that park users are flouting council rules regarding parking or rubbish.
Presently, Walker Park only has a night time liquor ban in place but the local board promotes all its parks as Smokefree as part of creating healthy and enjoyable open space for everyone to enjoy. Mt Albert’s war dead cannot be seen on display in the hall erected in their memory.
I have compiled the following list from historical records of St Luke’s Church.
No doubt other denominations and organisations can add to it. F A Airey D A Blackman F Constable, F Cunningham, P A Dawson, F J H Ellisdon, T E Ellisdon, H Ferriday, W Garnsworthy, L B T Goldsworthy, N H Halcombe, F J Munan, A C Patton, H Preston, L E Small, G D Stanley, T G Webb, G Wilkins, C G Whitaker. Perhaps production of a complete roll would be a suitable project for a school? The young honouring the forever young? (‘‘They shall grow not old . . .’’).