Community Board - Pātea
Poari Hāpori – Pātea
The Pātea Community Board meetings usually take place every six weeks on a Wednesday at 4pm and are open to members of the public. Agendas are made available two working days before the meeting. Meeting minutes are posted here following the meeting.
|Wednesday 26 January||4pm||Nga matapouri Hall, 4325 Waitōtara Valley Road, Nga matapouri||Agenda|
|Wednesday 2 March||4pm||Hunter Shaw Building, Egmont Street, Pātea||Agenda|
|Wednesday 13 April||4pm||The meeting will be held via video conferencing and the recording will be made available on the South Taranaki District Council’s website following the conclusion of the meeting.
The recording is available here.
|Wednesday 25 May||4pm||Waverley Community Centre, Chester Street, Waverley||Agenda|
|Wednesday 6 July||4pm||Hunter Shaw Building, Egmont Street, Pātea||Agenda|
|Wednesday 17 August||4pm||Waitōtara Community Hall, 12 Kaipo Street, Waitōtara ||Agenda|
|Wednesday 9 November||4pm||Hunter Shaw Building, Egmont Street, Pātea||Agenda|
|Wednesday 27 January||4pm||Waitotara Hall||Agenda|
|Wednesday 10 March||4pm||Ngamatapouri Hall, 4325 Waitōtara Valley Road, Ngamatapouri||Agenda|
|Wednesday 21 April||4pm||Hunter Shaw Building, Pātea||Agenda|
|Wednesday 2 June||4pm||Kakaramea Hall||Agenda|
|Wednesday 14 July||4pm||Hunter Shaw Building, Pātea||Agenda|
|Wednesday 25 August||4pm||The meeting was held via video conferencing and the recording is available by clicking here.||Agenda|
|Wednesday 6 October||4pm||Waverley Community Centre||Agenda|
|Wednesday 17 November||4pm||The meeting was held via video conferencing and the recording is available by clicking here.||Agenda|
There are four Local Discretionary Funds, one for each ward in South Taranaki (Eltham-Kaponga, Pātea, Taranaki Coastal and Te Hāwera). The purpose of these Funds is to assist small projects within each ward that encourage groups with non-profit making or charitable aims to develop services, facilities, amenities or programmes for:
- Recreation and Sport;
- Entertainment and Amusement;
- Culture and Arts; and
- General Benefit of the Community.
These funds should generally be treated as a last resort after all other attempts to raise funds or obtain assistance have been unsuccessful. Closing dates can be found on page 4 of the application form.
Applications close on the following 2022 dates:
- Tuesday 4 January
- Monday 14 February
- Monday 28 March
- Monday 9 May
- Monday 20 June
- Monday 1 August
- Monday 12 September
- Monday 24 October
This fund assists tertiary students during the first four years of full or part time study who are aged 15 years and over and have lived in the Pātea Ward for the past two years.
The 2021 round is now open and closes on Tuesday 30 November. Click here for more information or to apply.