Registrations: Canterbury Plantout Hororata, Saturday September 21st
Key information before registering:
By filling out this registration form, you are planning to volunteer at native planting greendot sites on the 21st of September, a Saturday. The back up date in case of bad weather is the 28th of September. The day will begin when you hop on a plantout bus from 8:30am on wards in or near your suburb, For this planting day, you will be given lunch and an early dinner. You will return to your suburb by 7.30pm or earlier. All ages are welcome, and children are the responsibility of their parent / guardian. Conditions can be muddy. Gumboots or a second pair of sports shoes will be essential.
Details about the day will be provided closer to the time.
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Section 1: Contact Details
Full name, or family group name if more than one
Number of adults registering
For larger groups please email
or register separately
Number of children registering (under 14)
Section 2. Transport
Planned pickup locations divide by two buses - please pick one (we will reconfirm your pick up locations and times once all registrations are gathered)
Ara Institute (Coventry Street near Barbadous car park entrance)
Barrington Park - (Spreydon Library)
Prebbelton (near the Tavern).
Lincoln University Gate 1.
Rolleston - (Selwyn District Council)
Jelly Park Recreation Centre carpark
University of Canterbury, Ilam Road
West Melton (Outside the tavern)
Darfield - MicMillan Street near Four Square
Hororata Cafe / Bar
I live in Hororata or nearby and want to take my own car.
Section 3. Food
Can eat anything
Gluten Free and Dairy Free
My diet is complicated, so I will bring my own food
(Optional question) For this plantout day we intend on transporting all participants with buses for a number of reasons. If this is unsuitable for you, please write your reason below, and we will be in touch about taking your own vehicle.
Section 4. Health & Safety
Personal safety is the responsibility of the participant, or in the case of minors, the guardian. If you have a medical condition please advise the event coordinator by emailing
. Sites may be steep, rough or muddy and weather may be harsh. Sturdy footwear, practical clothing and hats are necessary. Participants will be required to read and sign a health and safety document on the journey to the first site and there will be a site specific induction before planting begins. A trained first aider will be on site all day and sunscreen, drinking water, toilets and snacks will be available at all times
I have read and understood this Health & Safety statement.
Section 5. Donation
Donation towards the running of the plantout day and the trust: $10 per adult, $5 per child.
We offer three options for donating.
1: PAY ONLINE by credit or debit card or pay pal. Please copy and paste this link from our website:
click on the golden donation button and fill out your payment details
2: ONLINE BANKING: account name: Te Ara Kākāriki Greenway Canterbury Trust account no: 38-9006-0787829-00 Bank name: Kiwibank Email:
for a tax deductable receipt.
3: BY CHEQUE: Please make your cheque payable to ‘Te Ara Kākāriki’ and send to: Treasurer, Te Ara Kākāriki Greenway Canterbury Trust PO Box 69148, Lincoln 7640 , New Zealand.
Thank you for completing this registration form.
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