Notices

The first day of the rest of our lives

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Hello everyone,

Wishing you all a very happy 2017!

Update on Manukau Re-development Project:
The NZ Strong team arrived on Monday and have started on the preparation work for the project.

Week 1: 4 – 7 contractors have started putting up the fencing around the building. The temporary pathways to the side of Harbour, and linking the back pathway from Seabreeze to Bayview are being installed. Contractor facilities (office space, toilet and staff room) will be delivered and utilities linked up. Tree works are underway, trimming in front of Harbour building, clearing the area to be used as the new garaging (south side of Manukau) and on the knoll.

The back gates to the village are now only able to be operated using your remote. Our Project Manager is currently holding further discussions with Auckland Council regarding access and exit for construction vehicles, and for the short term, we will see vehicles using the main entrance on Avonleigh Road. As soon as I am able, I will confirm the longer term plan for vehicle entry and exit.

Please be aware that the new pathways are raised. We are discussing highlighted edges with the contractors to ensure safety.

Week 2: Scaffolding will be erected and the building wrapped. The internal soft stripping will begin. Some light contractor traffic may use the road between Bayview and Seabreeze to deliver materials to the work site. On Monday 16 January, the scaffolding will be delivered and dropped off at to the loading bay at the back of the kitchen. It will be moved throughout the week as the scaffolding is erected. There should be no change to resident / visitor parking in this area during this time.

I will be meeting with the NZ Strong team on a fortnightly basis as we work through this project, and will give you all an update every two weeks via the Press following our meetings. As always, if you have any concerns or questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Update on the Exterior Pool Complex Renovation:
This project is now underway. The timeframe for completion is 3 – 4 weeks at this stage. The contractors will be working 8am – 5pm Monday to Friday. Please ensure you adhere to all notices and instructions regarding access to the complex, as we may have to close either the front or back doors at differing times during this project. Children and guests must be supervised at all times if using the pool and spa pools.

Update on the New Croquet Green:
This is still planned to begin on 7 February, and I will send out further details as the plan of works is confirmed with the contractors.

Update on Basement Garage Road Markings:
Neil and the team will be organising basement cleans during February, ready for the contractors to refresh all the road markings in the basement garages. We will be in touch the date of your garage clean in the near future.

Update on Remedial Work to the disabled toilet Ground Floor Seabreeze.
This project will commence next Monday 16 January, please accept our apologies for any inconvenience, there is a disabled bathroom located level 1 Seabreeze.

Resident Request:
As per the Village Guidelines for residents, please do not feed ducks or birds, as this can cause problems for your neighbours.

This month, we welcome 2 new members of staff. Chris Kauie has joined our Maintenance team on a 6 month fixed term contract, and Orit Hume has taken up her position as our New Food Services Manager. Please do say hello as you meet our new members of the team.

On 18 January, starting at 10.30am in Seabreeze Lounge, we have organised an information session with “SocialSeniors”, about assistance they can provide for lots of IT aspects…smart phones, tablets, social media training. Full details are on the notice boards, and if you’d like to find out more, please come along. If you would like to find out more before our session, Rosie’s details are below.


Rosie Kininmonth

Social Seniors NZ
"Stay Connected. Stay Happy"

p:
09 834 6424  m: 027 433 4238
e:
rosie.kininmonth@SocialSeniors.co.nz
w:
www.SocialSeniors.co.nz  

Wifi is now available for guest use in the Reception area, Seabreeze Lounge and Café. Every month, for the password enquire at Reception.

I am looking forward to the year ahead, and especially the “Have a Go” day being organised for February.
I do hope you will join in the fun being arranged by Peter Singh and Alan Whimp (more details to come!).

Have a lovely weekend,


Theresa Henson
Village Manager


Official Notices




HAZARD AREA

New signage is in place at the cliff between Cliffview and The Point, there is strictly no access to these area’s other than authorised personnel.

GARDEN TEAM
The Garden team have continued to transplant and relocate plants and shrubs from the Manukau apartment area. As a result of their diligent efforts a great deal of success has been achieved in view of the fact that it is completely the wrong time of year to be undertaking this task. Numerous rescued plants have been placed in storage for planting about the village in due course. Ken is also extremely busy with irrigation repairs and dealing with irrigation issues around the Manukau development. Please continue to report any faults to the system so they can be repaired. The Garden team also wish to remind residents that the organic garden waste collections are on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays. Generally collections are undertaken in the afternoon of these days. If for any reason a day is missed due to workload or other duties, the waste will be collected the following day. Midge is helping out in the gardens around the village for a while. The team have made a terrific effort to maintain the vast facility that Pinesong is and have achieved great results over the Christmas New Year period. Well done Team.
Evan Rudolph
Assistant Manager

PINESONG POOL
Pinesong residents must be aware that Guests to the village must be accompanied by a resident if using the pool. All the pool rules must be adhered to by them. There have been reports of unaccompanied resident guests using the pool recently.
Staff will ask them to leave the pool in the event they are reported. It should also be noted that the Gym is strictly for resident use only. Thank you for your anticipated co-operation.

ECARE
We have Rose from E-Care visiting the village on 23rd January from 10.00am – 10.30am.  If any residents would like a re-fresher on how to use the system or if there are any new residents to ECARE, please feel free to come along, no bookings required.  The ECARE system is the self monitoring programme of your weight and blood pressure which is located on level 2 Seabreeze, care centre.
Leanne McDonald – Care Services Manager

MONTHLY STATEMENTS
Please note that because the 15th January falls on a Sunday, the Direct Debit of village fees, etc. will happen on Monday 16th January.
Linda Johns – Administrator


PINESONG ACCOUNTS
I would like to remind everyone that Pinesong has the ability to email your monthly accounts. So far 70 residents have made the switch to paperless statements, receiving them as much as 24 hours earlier than the paper variety.
If you would like to receive future accounts via email please let me know by emailing me:
lindaj@metlifecare.co.nz
Linda, Administrator

PINESONG WEATHER FORECAST
Geoffrey Hopkins has linked his weather station to the local 'grid' to give an even more accurate forecast. Take a look:-

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PINESONG WEATHER FORECAST





ON THE BUSES
- trains & ferries
Go to the page ON THE BUSES.
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A THANK YOU

We would like to thank all the residents who attended
the New Year’s Eve function and took part so enthusiastically to make it a thoroughly successful evening.
The variety of masks on show added to the fun of the evening and thank-you all for providing the magnificent supper.
Deryck made the evening swing with his amazing collection of music and technical expertise……many, many thanks for that. And thanks to our MC Mike Barber who also presented us with an unforgettable “Music of the Night”.
Simone, our talented gardener, serenaded us with some great songs and Bob brought in the New Year in true Scottish fashion with the pipes!!!! Thank-you both.
Also a big thank-you to Nola and Marion and their team of helpers who manned the bar in their usual willing way.
To all the stalwarts who remained until midnight…..well done….. We think it was worth it!
We wish you all a healthy and safe New Year.
Social and Dance Committee

BELATED THANKS
Thank you to the Social Committee for the great
New Year’s Eve Masked Super Dance much appreciated and enjoyed by the residents that attended, from the theme (some of the masks were outstanding), dancing and games were fun. Deryck Hunts music, Mike Barber MC and entertainer plus the golden voice of our gardener not to mention her young daughter “a star in the making”.
Lil Gosling

RESIDENT BBQ
Wednesday 25
th January 2017. Tickets on sale at reception 17th January from 10.30am-12 noon. There after from Mary lovelock until 22nd January. Phone 817-9552.

BINGO
Eyes down for the start of bingo on Monday 16th January 2017. New players always welcome. 6.30pm for 6.45pm start. Seabreeze Dining room. See you there.
Fay Heywood 817 0687

RUMMIKUB
Rummikub restarts on Friday 13
th January 1.30-3.30pm.
New members most welcome to try this fascinating game. See you there!
Dot Sutton – Convenor 815-4133

EMBROIDERY
Now that the holidays are over, just a reminder that the embroidery ladies will be meeting again on Monday 16
th January.
To new residents to the village we meet in the Craft room (next to the hairdresser) on Tuesday mornings from 10.30am till noon.
Lurline Annan 817 9154

CROQUET@PINESONG
The Kumfs Singles Competition was won by Val Eade. She has been in the finals many times but over 14 years of playing so well she has not got her name on any trophy. She won in a tight match against Ken Jarvis that went to a play-off. On Monday the prizes were awarded by Keith Burge at our end-of-year afternoon tea. He is the original donor of the trophy.
There will be a break in competition over the Christmas period and in the New Year the entry sheet for the Triples will be up on the notice board.
Janet Cross, 112 The Terrace, 817 6066

PINESONG OLYMPICS 2017 TUESDAY 14th FEBRUARY
Keep this day free
Wide range of sports will be offered for residents to try. There will be novelty events so previous experience will not be needed. It is a have a go day.
Alan Whimp & Peter Singh, Organisers

COME AND JOIN THE PINESONGSTERS
The Pinesongsters reconvene for regular Tuesday practices in the Matai Room on 7 February to start promptly at 3.15pm. We would be delighted to welcome new members to our village choir. There is no audition and never having sung in a choir is sometimes an advantage. Making music together is fun and has many benefits. It is an opportunity to meet new friends.
The Pinesongsters have been an integral part of village life since the first residents moved into Pinesong. We are one of the few groups that visit venues outside the village to bring pleasure to others, through concerts and other forms of entertainment. We visit other retirement villages, often to foster the development of a choir there. We are frequently invited to preform to clubs and societies around Auckland. Our own concerts draw audiences from a wide community of enthusiasts.
As a start to the New Year we will be hosting a “BRING A FRIEND LUNCHEON” in the Bayview Lounge on Saturday 4 February; we gather some time before midday. There is no charge and lunch is provided. If you and interested in possibly joining us on Tuesday afternoons or even just coming along to see what we do, contact one of the choir members or give me a ring.
Doug Lilly 8172199

TABLE TENNIS
Table Tennis continues during December and January. Now is a good time to come and give it a go!
Thursdays 1.30 to 3pm, Saturdays 9.30 to 11am and depending who is around Mondays. There are plenty of bats and balls available. This facility is also available should you like to bring your families for a game. Any queries to:
Lois 817 2199

VILLAGE SHOP
The shop is at present closed for the Xmas Holidays and reopens on Monday, 16 January 2017.  When it reopens, it has been decided to trial new hours due to requests from some customers.  The new hours will be 10.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.  The days the shop opens remain the same i.e., Monday, Wednesday and Friday. 
I hope you will find the new time beneficial and I would appreciate your feedback. 
Joslyn Tierney Phone 817 5799

TAI CHI 2017

Just a reminder to members that Tai-chi class commences Tuesday January 17
th at the usual time 9am-10am with Quintin Derham our master. New members are welcome, one can either sit or stand. First class is free for any new members.
Wednesday class starts January 18
th for any members who wish to practise further. Time as usual 9am-9.45am. Anyone else who wishes to join us is welcome. This class is free.
Eileen Malim villa 401. 815-4146

OUTDOOR BOWLS
Good morning everyone. I hope you are all having a good week and are looking forward to the festive season which is drawing ever closer.
The final of our Senior Singles was finally played last Friday after being postponed three times on the Thursday due to incessant drizzle throughout the day. The final did not start off well for me as Terry Adolph scored a one and then a three in the first two ends. Then fortunately I scored a four on the next end to even up the scores and after two more ends the scores were tied at 5 all. Then thanks to a couple of very unlucky near misses by Terry the score eased out to 15-6 in my favour which proved to be beyond Terry with only two ends to play. The final score was not a true reflection of the closeness of the game.
Last Saturday was to be our Christmas Tournament but the incessant drizzle from the Thursday which had postponed the Singles final, returned early on Saturday morning which caused several members deciding not to play bowls, thus resulting in me making the decision to abandon the tournament. The decision was not a good one as the rain disappeared for the entire duration of the time allowed to play. The 26 bowlers who braved the inclement weather played a normal day’s bowls and the prizes purchased for the tournament were added to the raffle draws. I am pleased to say that the sale of raffle tickets at the Happy Hour covered the overall costs for the day. Following the bowls, members who played, were joined by those who decided against playing as well as partners in Seabreeze Lounge for a Happy Hour followed by lunch which appeared to be enjoyed by all present. The events of Saturday brought down the curtain on a very successful 2016 season highlighted by the regaining of the Metlifecare Trophy from Hillsborough Heights Village. We will defend the trophy in March/April next year here at Pinesong.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank Dave Annan, John Horder and Bill Mules for assisting in organizing the bowls on the several days throughout the year that I have not been able to be present due to other commitments and to Val Eade, Mary Cole and Elva Coulston for organising the social events we have held during the year.
As this will be my final article for 2016 I would like to wish all fellow bowlers, residents, members of staff and your respective families a very merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year and I look forward to being in touch with you all again in 2017.
John Crow, Convener

TAI CHI – Ease stress and relax
I notice our numbers have gone down considerably, so if there is anyone new who wishes to try Tai Chi, come along and join us with our Master, Quintin Derham, who is a ninth Black Belt.
First class is free. Tai Chi is so good for balance and breathing correctly and is all done slowly.
Pinesong was the first retirement village in Auckland to have Tai Chi, we do not want to lose it. Our Master is very helpful if you have any physical problems, there is not much he does not know about the body. I personally can recommend it, as it has helped me to recover from a nasty fall I had – plus physio. The Physio has told me Tai Chi has been part of my recovery which is practised every day. One of our ladies is 94 and has been doing Tai Chi for many years. So come along and join in.
Also I would like to thank Vel Fleming for filling in during my absence from my fall.
Eileen Malim, Villa 401, ph 815 4146

KNITTERS NEWS
It seems a long time since I have communicated with you all and I aplogise for that. Sadly a family bereavement just before Christmas changed my list of priorities for a while.
We received a lovely Christmas Card from the Well Foundation, which I put on the back notice board in Seabreeze and told as many as I was able to at the time. During December I had lots of gifts of wool  for the Charity and am now at the stage where I have masses of small amounts of various colours but no quantities of yarn enough for garments other than hats, bootees etc. All contributions have been readily snapped up and though I delivered a large number of items to the Foundation last month, I will need to do so again soon.  Should any of the newer residents feel inclined to make any contributions please give me a call. Thanks to all for the lovely work as always. ANNE CLARKE Ph 817 8408

HERB BOXES
The Herb boxes are doing well, residents are picking from The Oval, but not so many from the Conlon Lane and boxes by the Garden Shed in the Bush. These herbs and silverbeet are for all of us and need to be picked to keep them growing. Also if anyone has a surplus of plants don't throw them out plant them in the boxes for all of us to share. These are communal boxes for all of us to use and it is nice to have fresh herbs on hand. I am going to get some more Mint, Coriander, Basil, Parsley and Cress ready for summer. As you are walking by please feel free to pick whatever you need or would like to try. The Celery/Parsley is growing strongly and has masses of flavour. There is plenty of activity in the Bush with volunteers doing a great job keeping on top of tidying up and trying to get pops of colour going. Watering will soon be a busy time as we get into the warmer weather.
Aileen Keery, 817 3399

GARDEN CIRCLE
Happy New Year to you all, hoping you all are having a wonderful summer. So much is going on around the village in the gardens, the Bush and of course with Manukau. It has been so busy moving plants and finding new places and there is still much to do. We are going to have our first meeting for 2017 on Wednesday 18th January at 2pm until about 3pm. New residents are also welcome to come along for a chat and catch-up. We will meet down by the Fireplace in Seabreeze. See you there.

Aileen Keery, 817 3399

AA SENIOR DRIVING COURSE

Keep Your Freedom and Independence
Are you a member of the AA? Are you 80 plus? 
Did you know that you can book a FREE in-car coaching session? A few days ago I made use of this service and was mightily impressed. An AA driving instructor came to the village, we drove in my car for a whole hour while she observed my driving style. Before we took off she checked the following: 1) vehicle check, 2) cockpit drill, then while driving, 3) communicating and signalling, 4) car control, 5) hazard identification,6.tips, hints and feedback. My correct seating position was also checked. If this is for you: Phone 0800 223 748 or go to: aa.co.nz/senior-driver and make an appointment. My instructor was Shifali Patel. The whole session was well worth the time it took. And pleasant!
Margaret Topzand, 817 3893

BLOKES SHED
This is a facility for use by all capable residents of Pinesong. Ladies this includes you, please feel free to avail yourself of a remarkable DIY area with a wide range of equipment.
To keep us safe, all users of the Blokes Shed are requested to follow our Housekeeping Rules. As displayed on the entrance door.
Only residents of Metlifecare Pinesong may use the amenities in this workshop.
Prior to using the workshop you must have signed an “Authority and Disclaimer Form”. These are available at Reception.
To gain access to the “Blokes Shed” only one key is available from Reception. You must have already signed an “Authority and Disclaimer Form” . You are then required to “personally sign in and sign out” for the key each time you visit the shed. Individual keys will not be issued.
If you have not yet used the Blokes Shed, please contact Evan Rudolph, Assistant Manager, who will orientate you to the workshop and the safety guidelines
If you wish to donate an item, please contact Evan Rudolph or Mark Leaf (Maintenance) in the first instance. Please do not take items directly to the Blokes Shed.
Please be aware that any donated item will become part of the facility and may be stored, used or discarded at any time.
Please respect other users:
CLEAN UP THE WORK AREA AFTER USE

NEW LYNN RSA - ‘VILLAGE SPECIAL’
Join for $15 until the end of year
Courtesy Van pick up and drop off $2 each
for full van of nine people
Need to know more on applying for your Membership Card, Members cash draw Thursday/Friday nights, Meat Raffles etc?
Give New Lynn RSA a call on 827 3411 then 4 to speak to Dale, Club Manager. Or call: Ray Warren 817 5500

$10 BUS TO APO CONCERTS
Just reminding residents that the Friends of the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra subsidise a bus going to the APO concerts at the Town Hall. The cost is $10 return. The bus leaves from Pinesong and drops us off right at the Town Hall then picks us up from there after the concert and brings us back home. All for $10 – cheaper than driving and parking! There are two more concerts this month – on Thursday 21 July Love and Loss at 8pm and Friday 29 July Otello – Opera in Concert, starring Simon O’Neill at 7.30pm. There will be buses going to both concerts. If you are interested in joining us please give me a call and I can give you more details.
Liane Hume, 817-0476

COFFEE CORNER
HILLS CAFÉ
713-715 Richardson Road
Hillsborough
Open: Tuesday–Sunday
This café was recommended to us by a resident, so we ventured along Hillsborough Road, turning into Richardson Road, there was the Café on the left. It has been open for a year and is very clean and roomy. The staff were very friendly.
The variety of food was excellent, consisting of a large array of sandwiches, cakes and French pastries. Coffee was also good and the prices were reasonable.
We recommend that you try this café. If you would like to extend your outing, you could travel along Richardson Road to Weston Avenue where Kevin Kilsby’s Ceramic Studio is located. The garden is a must to look around whilst you are there.
Jean Piper and Mary Lovelock
817 9054 817 9552

HOME COOKING
RUMTOPF
This is a really wonderful combination of fresh fruits, sugar and rum, brandy or vodka which you marinate in a jar until the sugar has dissolved and the flavours have permeated the chosen spirit to make a delicious alcoholic syrup. It should be started now and will be ready for Christmas.
For every 1lb (500g) fruit you will need 8oz (250g) caster sugar and enough rum or other alcohol to cover the mixture.
The idea is that you start with the first fruits of the season and then work your way thorough strawberries, raspberries, red and blackcurrants, loganberries, cherries, peaches and apricots. Avoid melons and apples.
Prepare the fruits as for eating – pick over, hull, stone or de-stalk. Toss the fruits in the right amount of sugar and leave to stand for about 1-2 hours to draw the juices, then tip them into a Rumtopf jar or a wide necked jar with a lid – it must be deep enough so the fruit can be layered. Add sufficient spirit to submerge the fruit (press cling wrap on to the surface to keep the fruit under the alcohol), then cover the jar.
As you build up the layers of sugared fruit, always submerge them with your chosen spirit. After adding the last batch of fruit, store for at least a month before using, to give it lots of time to absorb the flavour.
To use: Spoon over ice cream; use to soak the sponge base of a trifle. They syrup can be served as an after dinner liqueur or added to a glass of white wine.
Note: you can use just one fruit if you like, for example strawberries, with sugar and rum.
Janet
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Village Care Centre Clinic



Level 2 Seabreeze Care Centre
Did you know that you can access a wide range of care and support services directly through our team at Pinesong?

Did you know that many of these support services can be funded through the District Health Board?

If you feel you may require personal support services, either short term or long term, please come and talk to us. Leanne MacDonald (Care Services Manager) is here to help! We can work with your GP practice to organise an assessment through the DHB for funded services, such as personal cares, showering support or medication management. Personal care support is not means tested, and is based purely on an individual’s need.

Leanne and Celerina are also registered with ACC to provide nursing treatments, such as wound dressings if you have had a fall. There is no surcharge, so no cost to you. If you have an accident, please let us know so we can help with your recovery.

Did you know that on level 2 Seabreeze, we have a number of Suites available for residents to use, for services such as respite, re-cooperation or a short term stay if you are unwell and cannot care for yourself?
If you have a stay in hospital, and are ready for discharge, but not quite ready to go home, talk to us about staying in one of our care suites on level 2 Seabreeze where you will receive 24 hour care.

Details and costs of our full range of private services are available through reception, or on level 2 Seabreeze. We are always available to talk to you about how we can help now and in the future.

FREE NURSING CLINIC
Free Nursing Clinic – Level 2 Seabreeze, Care Suite No 10 on a Tuesday and Friday from 10.30-11.00am, no bookings required.

Leanne MacDonald
Care Services Manager

ECARE
We have Rose from E-Care visiting the village on 23rd January from 10.00am – 10.30am.  If any residents would like a re-fresher on how to use the system or if there are any new residents to ECARE, please feel free to come along, no bookings required.  The ECARE system is the self monitoring programme of your weight and blood pressure which is located on level 2 Seabreeze, care centre.
Leanne McDonald – Care Services Manager


HEARING STUDY
Volunteers Wanted
The University of Auckland is running a Hearing Study at Pinesong and needs people to volunteer for a free hearing assessment. We are doing this study because in New Zealand we have very little information about the hearing abilities of our older adults. This research project aims to remedy this, and potentially help improve the hearing services available to people that they may need as they age.
If you participate you get a free hearing assessment on site at Pinesong at a time to suit you. It doesn’t matter if you already use hearing aids or not. All results are confidential.
Interested? To find out more contact:
Pinesong Reception, ph 817 1800

PODIATRIST
Tuesday 17
th January, please call reception for an appointment.

PARKINSONS MEETING
Wednesday 25
th January in the Kauri room 1pm-2.30pm.

WEIGHT LOSS SUPPORT
There is a Weight Loss Support Group currently operating in the village. We meet to “weigh in” each Tuesday at 10am in the Care Centre and have a short chat about our progress. We would like to welcome anyone who is interested to join us.
Judy Jean
817 1050 817 9054

CHIROPRACTOR
Tim Archer, a registered Chiropractor, has seen me regarding his chiropractor services. Tim is able to come into the village to see residents. Tim uses an activator adjustment instrument to deliver chiropractor adjustments, making it very gentle and comfortable for patients. If you are interested in seeing Tim could you please call me on 817 0653, as I would like to have an idea of resident numbers before we proceed any further.
Leanne MacDonald, Care Services Manager

AUDIOLOGY ASSOCIATES
A number of residents may have been affected by the recent closure of Applied Hearing.
Should you require assistance with your hearing aids, we are happy to look after you and can service any aids including Rexton.
Locations:
Blockhouse Bay: 2 Kinross St, ph 627 2105;
New Lynn: Totara Health Centre, Level 2,
1 McCrae Way, ph 827 0709;
Te Atatu South: 183 Te Atatu Rd, ph 838 9757

PINESONG’S BEAUTY THERAPY 
With Kimberley Vautier
Internationally qualified and trained since 1987
Beauty Appointments
Hi from Pinesong Beauty Room. Thought I’d better I’d better let you know that if you require any beauty treats before Christmas, now is the time to book as spaces are nearly gone.
For an appointment call:
Kimberley, Ph 6649 or 817-1800, or 817-3606 after hours. Hours: Wed, Thur 9am-5pm

TREATMENT LIST
Facials 1 hr $58
Inclusive of a double cleanse, brow shape, exfoliation, facial, neck and shoulder massage, mask, moisturise and eye cream. A wonderful treat and your skin will love you for it.
Massage ¾ hr $43
Relaxing back and neck massage.1 hr $56
Manicures ¾ hr $38
Nail and cuticle care, hand and arm massage and polish. Keep your hands and nails in top condition.
File and polish $19
For a special treat.
Pedicares ¾ hr $43
Soak in a pedi spa, exfoliation, nail and cuticle care, dead skin removal, foot massage and polish. Don’t forget your feet need some TLC too.
 

Express Mani/Pedi ½ hr $29
Nail and cuticle care and dead skin
removal.
Great for those who find their feet seem
a little further away than they used to.
Waxing
½ Leg wax $25
Full Leg wax $42
Bikini line $17
Underarm $17
Forearm $24
Lip and/or chin $14
Eye treatments
Lash tint $23
Lash and Brow tint $27
Brow shape (pluck or wax) $14
Lash and Brow tint and shape $29
Brow tint and shape $18
 

REFLEXOLOGY
Raewyn Coburn who did her placement at Pinesong last year for her refloxology training  is now offering reflexology service for the village residents every Tuesday and Thursdays on level 2 of Seabreeze.  Anyone wanting an appointment please contact her directly. Her email address
raewyn.auckland@gmail.com, mobile: 0211710807 or home number 8176089.

LAB TESTS
Labtests Time Change
Labtests will be here at 2.30pm every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.


Cafe & Restaurant


SUNDAY 15th

ROAST CHICKEN

Wednesday 18th $14.50
Scotch eggs served with mash potatoes gravy and side salad


Friday 20th $17.50

Fish Florentine served with parsley potatoes, honey glaze carrots and peas
Or
Braised steak served with butter potatoes and warm roast root salad




Restaurant Notice

Ordering a meal: Bookings are essential for Wednesday and Friday at 6.15pm. Meals should be booked at Reception before 1pm the day it is required. Meals outside of bookings are at the Kitchen Manager’s discretion.
Please order through Cafe for delivery or collection. Pick-up $12, dessert $2.50; delivery $2. Residents may collect these takeaway meals at 5pm from the Cafe.
Wednesday, Friday and Sunday dinners served seated in the Restaurant as usual.


Weekly Dinner Menu 16th - 22nd January

Pick-up $12, dessert $2.50; delivery $2. Residents may collect these takeaway meals at 5pm from the Cafe.
Wednesday, Friday and Sunday dinners served seated in the Restaurant as usual.

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MEAL DELIVERY SERVICE

Could you please arrange with Staff or Caregiver for the plates to be returned to the Restaurant kitchen. Thank you.

Information regarding the Café


Dinner is available every Wednesday and Friday in the restaurant at 6.15pm
(please order at reception)
Apart from once a month when there is the residents BBQ
We also have a Monthly Function once a month (will be advertised in Pinesong Press)

A variety of frozen dinners are available for collection at $8 (pls see café for availability)

Residents may also order a dinner from our weekly menu shown above.
These are either to be collected from the café around 5pm or we can deliver for a $2 charge

Sunday lunch only has to be booked if you have a large number of guests

Any queries please contact reception



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Hi,

As the creator and manager of this website I have endeavored to portray the everyday life and activities of our village from the
residents' perspective.

Your comments and contributions are welcome and to this end I invite you to use the
'Contact Us' page.

Deryck Hunt