Recent announcements

Upper Stebbings Valley Community Consultation

posted 16 Aug 2018, 02:44 by CPCA Secretary   [ updated 16 Aug 2018, 03:09 ]

Located between Churton Park and Tawa, Upper Stebbings Valley and Glenside West is one of the last remaining areas of Wellington identified for new housing.

WCC is keen to hear your thoughts on a future community in Upper Stebbings Valley and Glenside West – what you value as part of your community, how that can work for a new community, and other things you’d like WCC to consider. Your feedback will help WCC to decide what the future of this area might look like.

Follow this link to the WCC information page with the associated survey to determine the views of residents. In addition there is a considerable amount of additional information and reports available.

This will give you an opportunity to have some input to this major development, and your Association recommends that  you take the time to complete the survey.
Note that the closing date for this survey is 3rd September 2018.

Churton Park Predator Free Group

posted 12 Jul 2018, 22:05 by CPCA Secretary   [ updated 12 Jul 2018, 22:07 ]

Predator Free Churton Park has joined the Predator Free Wellington movement!

Our aim is to rid Churton Park of pests and welcome more native birds and lizards into our community's gardens. We have free backyard traps available! Please get in touch through or at - we'd love to hear from you!

Timetables for new bus routes released

posted 13 Jun 2018, 01:48 by CPCA Secretary   [ updated 1 Jul 2018, 14:42 ]

Metlink have just released the timetables for the new bus services which will come into effect on Sunday 15 July.
Note that these timetables may be subject to minor adjustments.
The easiest way to figure out your new travel time and route is to go to the GW Metlink Journey Planner.
Make sure that you choose a date after 15 July, enter your start and finish point and the planner will show the options available.

Route 1 Churton Park to Island Bay.
This is the all day spine service. The timetable can be found here:

Route 19E. Churton Park to Brandon St.

This is a peak only service, on a loop. Note that the city turn around point is Brandon St at Lambton Quay. The timetable is here:

Route 19 Churton Park to Johnsonville loop.

This is an off peak service only.The timetable is here:

Note that the interchange point at Johnsonville is on Moorefield Road at the Countdown mural when heading into town, and in the mall carpark as at present when travelling to Churton Park.

More information on routes and fares as well as a journey planner can be found on the metlink website.

Attached below is the flier which will be delivered to all Churton Park homes in early July, which gives more information.

New bus routes information session

posted 12 Jun 2018, 21:36 by CPCA Secretary   [ updated 12 Jun 2018, 21:38 ]

From Sunday July 15 big changes to Churton Park bus services come into effect. There will be new and altered routes, new timetables, new stops, new fares and a new way to pay your fare.

So you can get to know how the changes impact on your bus usage, the Community Association, in conjunction with the Regional Council, is holding an information session

on Tuesday 3 July in the Community Centre from 6pm to 8pm.

Come in and view maps of the new routes including where stops are located, pick up a timetable, and find out about the new fares. As you will need a Snapper card straight away, learn how to swap your existing Mana/Newlands Smart card for a new Snapper card at no cost. Note however, there are arrangements you will need to make independently about getting a refund of any unused balance on your existing Newlands card.

This session is highly recommended for both regular commuters and occasional bus users. We look forward to meeting you there.

Well attended AGM news

posted 12 Jun 2018, 15:12 by CPCA Secretary   [ updated 12 Jun 2018, 15:16 ]

The Annual General Meeting of the Churton Park Community Assn was held on Wednesday 21 March.
The guest speaker was Karen Fifield, the Chief Executive of the Wellington Zoo Trust, who gave a interesting account of the many faceted activities and issues that arise with this valuable Wellington attraction.

Brian Sheppard was re elected as President, along with the rest of the committee who are carrying on from the previous year. A new committee member Rachel Qi was elected and the Treasurer Elaine Scoble was farewelled and thanked for her contribution in this important role.

A full list of committee members and their portfolios is given on the page Committee Members.

Attached below is the Presidents report for the 2017 year and the draft minutes of the meeting,

Information handout on bus routes and timetables

posted 8 Apr 2018, 21:52 by CPCA Secretary   [ updated 8 Apr 2018, 22:06 ]

The document below has been supplied by Greater Wellington Public Transport.

To receive updates directly we recommend that you register to receive them.

AGM coming up on Wednesday 21 March

posted 9 Mar 2018, 23:32 by CPCA Secretary   [ updated 11 Mar 2018, 13:56 ]

The Annual General Meeting of the Churton Park Community Assn Inc will be held on

Wednesday 21st March commencing at 7.30pm

in the Churton Park School hall.

At the meeting the committee will be elected, and annual reports presented.

The guest speaker is Karen Fifield MNZM Chief Executive of the Wellington Zoo Trust
There will be the opportunity for questions, and refreshments will be provided.

The Presidents report for the 2017 year can be downloaded below, as well as the draft minutes of the 2017 AGM and the agenda for the 2018 AGM.

Additional members are being sought for the committee. If you are interested, please phone the President Brian Sheppard on 477 4338.

Subscriptions for the 2018 year are now due. These can either be paid at the AGM or by internet banking -refer to the details on the side bar to this page. Note that the suggested amount is between $20 and $30

Multicultural Fair this Sunday

posted 9 Mar 2018, 23:16 by CPCA Secretary   [ updated 8 Apr 2018, 22:00 ]

The Churton Park Multicultural Fair is returning on Sunday 25 March at Amesbury School from 12 to 3pm. This event will be held wet or fine.


12:00   Opening   Wellington Mayor Justin Lester

12:10   Traditional Chinese dance   China Cultural Centre

12:20   African drumming   Sam Manzana

12:30  Wudang sword demonstration   China Cultural Centre

12:40  Ukelele performance   Churton Park Ukelele Ladies

12:50  Guzheng duet "Hundred Flowers"   China Cultural Centre

13:00  Bollywood dance

13:10  Kapa Haka Group   Churton Park School

13:20  Taichi sword & umbrella dance   China Cultural Centre

13:30  Bharatanatyam dance   Mayur Dance Academy

13:40  Sari-tying demonstration  Rose Devadhar

13:50  Kathak dance   Mayur Dance Academy

14:05  Belly dance   Mirian Cabalon Belly Dance School

14:15  Classical Indian dance

14:25  Inner Mongolian dance   Mr LIU Luochen

14:35  Sri Lanakan dance   Sri Lanka Dance Academy

14:45  Bharatanatyam dance   Students

Thanks are due to our sponsors :
Pub Charity Limited, the Wellington City Council and the Pan Pacific Culture and Arts Development Centre 

Churton Park Glenside Emergency Hub Guide available

posted 21 Feb 2018, 20:55 by CPCA Secretary

The revised guide has now been finalised and is available below. Hard copies will be available at the CPCA AGM which will be held on Wednesday 21 March 2018

Exciting Christmas events coming up!

posted 16 Nov 2017, 14:25 by CPCA Secretary   [ updated 22 Nov 2017, 12:03 ]

Yes it's that time of the year again!

The Churton Park Children's Christmas Party will be held as usual at Churton Park School on  Saturday 25 November commencing at 1pm.
As well as Santa, Bouncy Castle, Games and Face Painting, barbecued sausages will be available, and  afternoon tea will be provided by the Churton Park Anglican Church.
Come along with a can of food for the Foodbank, and enter into the draw for some great prizes.

The Churton Park Community Christmas Carols will be held at Amesbury School on    Friday 8 December commencing at 6.30 pm. (note the start time is earlier than last year)
This year, the Salvation Army band will be supported by the Capital Harmony Chorus and choirs from both Churton Park and Amesbury Schools.  A collection will be made to support the work of the Wellington Free Ambulance.
In addition there will be a sausage sizzle
Please support both of these local Christmas events, which will be held regardless of the weather.

Fliers describing the Christmas Party and Community Carols are included below.

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