Trust News

New Trust Board following elections 2022

The new Trust Board met officially for the first time on 26th of October.  The first task for the Board was the election of officers with Phil Holden and Derek Williams duly elected Chair and Deputy Chair.   Matt Bell, Helga Perry (Trust Manager), Phil Holden...

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2022 Update from schools on education funding spend

In December 2021 the Trust granted $74,451 to our four local education institutions under the Education Bulk Funding category. Kuranui College and Greytown Primary School both applied for funds to purchase Chromebooks.  Kuranui received $30,657 and Greytown Primary...

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Community Lands changes:

Analysis and Summary Report from recent survey held Community Lands changes: The Trust conducted a survey between Thursday 11 August and Sunday 28 August in relation to proposals concerning the Greytown ‘Community Lands” owned by the Trust.  The Analysis and Summary...

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August 2022 – Grapevine Update

Annual General Meeting The Trust will be holding its annual general meeting in the WBS Room of the Greytown Town Centre on Tuesday 27 September starting at 7.00pm.   Copies of the audited Performance Report for the year ended 31 March 2022 will be available at the...

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Elections

The Trust understands and appreciates the value of diversity and is striving to achieve optimal diversity around the board table.  We particularly encourage candidates to step forward from the community who are women, tangata whenua, from a broad range of ethnicities,...

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June 2022 – Grapevine Update

Election of Trustees This year is an election year for the Trust.  Three Trustees will be retiring by rotation (but will remain eligible for re-election) on Saturday 8 October, when the triennial local government election takes place.  Nomination forms and candidate...

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Education Funding – December 2021

Under the Education Funding strategy the Trust for the 2021/22 financial year granted $74,451 to four Greytown education institutions. Kuranui College received $30,657 for their future focused learning initiative.  This funding will go towards purchasing an additional...

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December 2021 Grapevine Update

The "Grapevine" is a local Greytown publication published monthly by Lamb Peters Print.  The below was included in the December edition. Board meeting dates for 2022 15 February, 15 March, 4 May, 29 June, 24 August, 19 October, 14 December. These dates are also listed...

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Update from schools on education funding spend

In December 2020 the Trust granted $53,701 to our four local education institutions.  Kuranui College received $22,112 for its 2021 Inspire Time programme.  Greytown Primary School received a grant of $21,322 for the relocation of its senior playground, the purchase...

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October 2021 Grapevine Update

The "Grapevine" is a local Greytown publication published monthly by Lamb Peters Print.  The below was included in the October edition. Annual General Meeting The Trust held its AGM on Tuesday 28 September in the WBS Room of the Greytown Town Centre and was attended...

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Annual General Meeting, Tuesday 28th September 2021

The Trust held its AGM on Tuesday 28 September in the WBS Room of the Greytown Town Centre and was attended by 20 members of the public.  Thank you to those people from the community that came along.Copies of the documents that were available on the night can be...

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