Helen Cox
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At 12:27 on January 1, 2011, Greg Brimblecombe said…
Happy New Year Helen , hope to catch up with you sometime soon
At 8:42 on December 28, 2010, Rosalie Steward said…
Hello Helen, thanks for your request for friendship.  I met someone the other day who told me there was someone at Te Whangai Trust interested in widening what they do?  I have one of the young men who work for the Trust staying temporarily on our hillside.   I'd love to get together and hear what your ideas are around social change.  I'm involved in 'Living Without violence' programmes in Thames.  my home phone is 868 3845 if you want to leave a message about a time to catch up.  (I'm not around my phone that often, but I check for messages)  I was at the Thames Linking Community Event.
At 12:05 on December 21, 2010, Saila Allan said…

Hi Helen - it was soo lovely meeting you last night at our T3 xmas cafe evening.  It's really exciting all of the synergies and opportunities that are springing up in our community.  See you again soon - Smiles, Saila

At 20:00 on December 9, 2010, Kane Lowrie-Coordinator said…
Hi Helen,
Thank you for your comment. Thames Youth Centre is actually in Kirkwood Street. We are an Incorporated Society running several after school activities for teenagers, e.g. hip hop, guitar groups, open afternoons. There is a meeting place for young people in Pollen Street but is a business that needs to make a profit. I'd be happy to talk to you. Please give me a call 07-868 6110.
At 13:58 on November 25, 2010, sally christie said…
Hi Helen. I've heard about your recent connection to Thames. would love to connect around TLC when you have a few moments.

Sally Christie
At 8:28 on November 14, 2010, Linda Joyce Sayer said…
Hi Helen, nice to see you on this site. I would like to invite you to come along to our Healing group on Thursdays evenings from 6.30 at 104 REdwood Lane, Thames, just off Karaka Rd. If you walk down, we can arrange for you to get a lift back. It's a koha donation and we have some very experienced healers on board. I will be doing crystal healing, with some of your wonderful crystals that you gave for me to use. It's also an opportunity to see if you would like to learn to heal as well. Heal and be healed is what it's all about. Anyway, I hope to hear from you soon. In the meantime, have a beautiful day....Many blessings...Linda xx
At 10:37 on October 28, 2010, Rowan Campbell said…
Hi Helen good to see you join the groups. There is not a lot happening in most groups at the moment. They are kind of holding a space at the moment. We have done a lot over the last three years and are reorganising and getting ready for another push, I feel.

I would like to talk to you about youth employment and trees, actually. We must have another Transition cafe (where we take over a cafe for the evening and have a speaker and a catch up).

Look forward to talking to you. Cheers Rowan
At 10:34 on October 28, 2010, mark skelding said…
Hi again, email me on songlines@paradise.net.nz and i'll send an invite to you. M
At 10:06am on October 28, 2010, Louise Deane gave Helen Cox a gift
Hi Helen. I'm glad you've joined the education group, it has been a bit quiet lately. It would be good to have new input. Regards Lou
At 8:43am on October 28, 2010, mark skelding gave Helen Cox a gift
Welcome Helen,the red ribbon of participation for you!We look forward to your input and ideas.There's a youth jobs breakfast forum on 17th Nov, with mayor of otorohanga, in thames.Interested? Mark S



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