Clubs and Organisations
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Halcombe Community Development Group
Your local Community Committee. Meetings are held on the 1st Monday of the month, starting at 7pm, at the Halcombe Tavern.
Chairperson (shared role)
Secretary: Jeannette Henderson 06 328 8647
Treasurer: Stacey Hulena 06 328 8844
Halcombe Volunteer Fire Brigade
For all emergencies please call 111.
For information on joining the Halcombe Volunteer Brigade, please contact:
Mike Banner 06 320 8762 or 027 449 109
Halcombe Memorial Hall
77 Willoughby Street, Halcombe
We provide safe and fun learning with a community feel for all children aged 0 – 6 years. We hold 3 sessions a week, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 9am – 1pm and offer a huge range of inside and outside activities for children to choose from. Your first 3 visits are free.
Phone: 06 328 8693
Halcombe Tennis Club
The courts are located in Willoughby Street, Halcombe. Halcombe players are also members of Feilding Tennis Club and use Feilding Club courts for home games.
Contact: Christine Donovan
Phone: 06 323 3570
Manawatu Hunt Club
Secretary: Sandra de Ruiter - phone: 06 364 3092
Meet: Wednesday & Saturday or Sunday
Poupatatē marae is located just outside Halcombe, about 40 km north of Palmerston North. Its primary hapū is Ngāti Pikiahuwaewae of Ngāti Raukawa ki Te Tonga.
The wharenui is also named Poupatatē. The marae connects ancestrally to the Tainui waka, the awa Rangitīkei and the maunga Maungatautari.
Address: 199 Reu Reu Road, Tokorangi
Contact: Hare Arapere 06 356 3833 or 027 462 6161
Stanway Pony Club
https://www.sporty.co.nz/stanwaypc/HomeStanway Pony Club is one of 4 branches of Manawatu Pony Club.
It is a fun, safe place for riders and their ponies to learn together and work towards gaining pony club certificates. Stanway Pony Club provides opportunities for riders to train together, be selected for teams to represent Manawatu, and to compete against other branches. Note our new location: we have use of the Winder family farm at 105 Awawa Road in Stanway.
Any queries please email secretaryStanway@yahoo.co.nz
Taumata O Te Ra Marae
Taumata o Te Rā marae is located in Halcombe, about 29 km north of Palmerston North. Its primary hapū is Ngāti Manomano of Ngāti Raukawa ki Te Tonga. The wharenui is named Manomano. The marae connects ancestrally to the Tainui waka, the awa Rangitīkei and the maunga Ruahine.
Address: 60 Hastings Street, Halcombe
Contact: George Kereama 06 328 8801
Te Hiiri Marae
Te Hiiri o Mahuta marae is located in Halcombe, between Feilding and Marton. Its principal hapū are Ngāti Matakore and Ngāti Rangatahi of Ngāti Maniapoto.
The wharenui is name Te Hiiri o Mahuta; there is also a church on site, Hato Hohepa 1914. The marae connects ancestrally to the waka Tainui and the awa Rangitikei.
Address: 112 Pryces Line, Tokorangi
Contact: Danny Karatea-Goddard 06 328 8737 or
021 509 431
Horizons Regional Council
11/15 Victoria Ave
06 952 2800
11/15 Victoria Ave
06 952 2800
Manawatu District Council
06 323 0000
Community Development Advisor:
Manawatu District Neighbourhood Support Inc.
Neighbourhood Support works on the philosophy of neighbours looking out for neighbours and the community taking responsibility and being prepared for its own wellbeing in times of need.
The goal of the service is to create safer more caring communities; to reduce the incidents and effects of criminal offending; to strengthen community networks; improving the quality of life for all residents; respecting people of all cultures and encourage their involvement in their
Contact: Area Coordinator 06 323 4816 email@example.com