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Membership Loyalty Card with Noel Leeming

One Warkworth Business Association - Thursday, October 05, 2017

One Warkworth Business Association

Member Loyalty Card  -  NOW AVAILABLE

This card will get you, your staff and or your family anything in store at 
Noel Leeming (only in Warkworth) at cost +10% !!
           
There are huge savings to be made with this card and we will be 
looking to add more benefits to the card throughout the year.

   
One Warkworth members can get their loyalty card from:
Reception  *  KGA Warkworth Ltd  *  54 Whitaker Road  *  Warkworth

     NOTE that you will need to bring with you: 
  • a business card as proof of your belonging to your member business
  • photo ID, eg a drivers licence

If you can't pick up your card for whatever reason, please let Murray Chapman know 
0274 966 550  |    murray@onewarkworth.co.nz

Extra cards may be purchased through One Warkworth - just ask Murray.

If you would like to become a member of One Warkworth Business Association 
either contact Murray or fill in our form HERE

Promote Your Business - Wearable Art Fundraiser Entry

One Warkworth Business Association - Thursday, September 14, 2017
Get creative and promote your business
 
in support of Warkworth Wellsford Hospice and Mahurangi College
     
co-presenters of
CATWALK ARTS 2017
13th & 14th October
 
More entries are needed for the Wearable Advertising section!


 
Use your tools of trade to create a memorable outfit for the catwalk.
You could win $500 and priceless promotion for your business.
Models can be provided if you need them – just note your requirements on the entry form.

  Download an entry form HERE
or visit www.warkworthwellsfordhospice.co.nz
 
 
or collect a form from the Warkworth Hospice Shop or Hospice House
Cnr Woodcocks Rd and Morrison Drive
 
  
Entry forms should be in by 25th September

Categories

  Open 1st prize $1000
2nd prize $500
 
  Youth  1st prize $500
2nd prize $300
 
   Creative Creatures (families)  1st prize $300
2nd prize $200
 
   Wearable Advertising  1st prize $500
 
   Bling It On (Accessories)  1st prize $300  

For more information call 09 425 9535 or email lesley.ingham@hospicehouse.org.nz


One Warkworth AGM 2017

One Warkworth Business Association - Wednesday, August 09, 2017
Notice of Meeting
of the
 Warkworth Area Business Association Incorporated   
             
 This is notice that the Association will hold its Annual General Meeting 
      
on Wednesday, 23 August 2017 at 5.30pm 
           
Bridgehouse Lodge, Back Bar
16 Elizabeth St, Warkworth

Nominations for the Committee are welcome

Nomination Forms (below) must be submitted by 5.00pm
on Monday, 21 August 2017
           
Agenda
 
 

The business to be conducted is as follows;

  1. Confirm Minutes from the 2016 AGM
  2. Receive a report of the preceding year from the Executive Committee
  3. Receive a report of the balance sheet and accounts for the preceding year.
  4. Elect Executive Committee members
  5. Elect whether to appoint an Audit
 
 

Click on each link for a copy of the following;

AGM 2016 Minutes

The Constitution

Statement of Financial Accounts

Committee nomination form

Proxy voting form 


Warkworth Spatial Plan Consultation Document

One Warkworth Business Association - Friday, June 30, 2017

Concerned about the rate of development in Warkworth, and Council’s delay to start planning for growth, a group of locals has prepared a proposal on the potential use of land in future urban areas.

Spatial Plan Consultation Document

Spatial Plan Diagram

The proposal is intended to generate community thought, discussion and feedback to inform a community-led spatial plan, which will be submitted to Council so it can be used for detailed structure planning and future zone changes. 

The proposal aims to speed up the whole process, which is vitally important if Warkworth has any hope of developing in a coordinated way.

Based on what is known about the area from the Unitary Plan’s land-use rules and what key agencies like NZTA, Auckland Transport and the Ministry of Education are currently planning, the group’s proposal considers:

  •         routes for arterial roads, cycleways, walkways and greenway trails
  •         broad areas for residential, open space, and industrial land use
  •         general locations for core community facilities e.g. schools and active recreational areas
  •         general locations for future commercial centres
  •         the interrelationships between all the above

The group of nine came together to pool their knowledge of the local area and their expertise in town planning, engineering, and development to consider how Warkworth can reach its fullest potential. 

It has involved meeting with Council officers, elected members and various agencies, as well as attending meetings with the community forum, which is looking at plans for the town centre and riverbank.

Any community groups or organisations that would like a presentation about the proposal can request via email to wwspatial@gmail.com 

Consultation will run until midnight Sunday, 6 August 2017.

The spatial plan is a high-level, non-statutory planning document that aims to provide a framework to guide future planning and development decisions in a manner that is supported by our community.

This group is independent of One Warkworth. 

Group members have made a commitment that this exercise has been undertaken in utmost good faith and in a holistic manner, for the betterment of the community at large and not to directly or indirectly benefit any vested interests including those of clients.

One Warkworth Manager - introducing Murray Chapman

One Warkworth Business Association - Monday, January 23, 2017


 
      As I look back over my first week as the Manager of One Warkworth I am excited about the possibilities and opportunities that lie ahead.  We already have a substantial membership base that will continue to grow.  As our membership grows it will give everyone a chance to not only have their voice heard at local and central Govt level, but it will open up more and more opportunities for each of you to do more business with each other.
 
I am fortunate to have had a long career with the Auckland Chamber of Commerce.  One of the comments which I often got when we talked about lobbying Council or Government was, “I don’t need to be a member because you will lobby anyway”.  There is some truth in that.  But the reality is that a business organisation with 25% of their base as members has very little impact when it comes to lobbying.  The One Warkworth Business Association with 85% plus of their base as members has some real power!

I will be visiting as many of our members as possible over the next two months and I welcome any feedback or comments you may have on services, events or issues you would like to see One Warkworth tackle or put on for you.  We will be putting a program of events out shortly and I encourage everyone to get either yourself or your staff involved as much as possible.
 
The Buy Local promotion is designed to bring more business through your doors and again I would encourage you to get behind it.  Get your business listed on our web directory if you haven’t already, encourage your neighbour to join if they are not already members, and use the wonderful network of local businesses we have here.
 
Thank you to those businesses that I have spoken to so far for the warm welcome I have received; it really has been appreciated.  I look forward to seeing as many of you as possible as quickly as possible. 
 
Murray Chapman

email  murray@onewarkworth.co.nz
phone  0274 966 550



Santa Parade 2016

One Warkworth Business Association - Monday, November 21, 2016
 When      Saturday 26 November 2016 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm
 Where Warkworth Town Centre, Neville Street, Warkworth
 Cost Free
 Bookings  To enter a float email us to request a registration form at info@warkworthbusiness.org.nz
 Contact Nicola Jones on 021 645 129
   
 
Come along to the annual Warkworth Santa Parade.  
Floats to be assembled in Alnwick Street Between 11:30am and 12:15pm.
The Parade starts at 1:00pm and travels down Neville Street, turns into Queen Street, then returns up Mill Lane to Neville Street for a repeat lap.
Prize giving follows at the conclusion of the Parade at 2:00pm.  
There will be dance displays, a lolly scramble for the kids, photos with Santa and the awarding of float prizes.
Festivities conclude at 3:00pm