Welcome to our community!

The Churton Park Community Association (CPCA) was founded back in 1977 as an advocacy group for the residents of the then new suburb of Churton Park. The suburb has grown significantly since this time and the Association continues to be a strong voice for the people of the Churton Park.

The objectives of the Association as outlined in our constitution are:-

  • To provide an Association in which Churton Park residents can combine and work together to establish and further the recreational, social, cultural and service needs for the betterment of the community.
  • To encourage public interest in the Association.
  • To be non-party political and non-sectarian in all its activities and deliberations.

To get in contact with us either send an email to secretary@churtonpark.org.nz

or phone one of your committee members directly.


See also the Churton Park Community Assn on Facebook


https://www.facebook.com/ChurtonPark


Recent Announcements

  • Children's Christmas Party on 29 November 1.30pm-4.00pm This is a fun-filled afternoon event for children. There will be a number of free activities for children to enjoy, including sausage sizzle, races and bouncy castle.Santa Claus/ Hana Kōkō will come from the North Pole to meet our tamariki! The local Anglican Church will provide complimentary afternoon tea for everyone this year, as they have done for the last several years. Come along and enjoy homemade goodies and the blessings of this special season.Please bring a can for the local Food Bank and be in to win a prize. All received foodcans will be given to a local Food Bank.
    Posted 14 Nov 2020, 11:28 by CPCA Secretary
  • UTSAV on Sunday 8 Nov Your Community Association is hosting “UTSAV” - a FREE community event celebrating Indian Culture for you and your family to enjoy on Sunday 8 November from 2pm-6pm at Amesbury School:- Stage Performances- Henna/Mehndi- Face Painting- Festive Photo Booth- Craft stalls- Bouncy Castle- Kids Electric Cars- Bingo/HousieFood trucks/ stalls will be selling a variety of food for you to saour. The Wellington City Council is leveraging UTSAV to engage with Churton Park residents on the Upper Stebbings and Glenside West development proposal.  The engagement period which will run until 30 November 5pm. The link to the engagement webpage is here.Please attend the event and share the information with your friends, whanau and neighbours about this wonderful event ...
    Posted 3 Nov 2020, 02:00 by CPCA Secretary
  • New President elected at AGM  The Churton Park Community Association AGM held on Wednesday 15 July 2020 at Amesbury School. Local MPs, and Regional and City Councillors were in attendance at the AGM.Avinash Shrivastava was elected as President at the AGM. Following were re/elected as members of the Executive Committee unopposed:Priya BaskaranVijay ChandrashekarDayandra HettigeWade MartelletiSanjeeb PandaJohn TileyBhawesh TiwariRichard Whinam agreed to continue as Auditor.Previously, Avinash was Secretary of the Churton Park Community Association. He is one of the key organisers of the Churton Park UTSAV event and Community Carols evening.“I bring the skills and experience that I developed in my public service career and community work”, said Avinash. In his acceptance speech ...
    Posted 29 Sept 2020, 01:45 by CPCA Secretary
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