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Covid - 19 Changes at the Community Centre

All classes and groups are cancelled at this stage. This included the AGM - another will be scheduled when appropriate. 

If you need to speak to someone call Di 0204 1954639 during normal business hours. Otherwise please get in touch with us here


In Mt Pleasant we are good at coming together as a community, supporting each other and showing aroha - and we will do it through this situation, too. It's not going to be business as usual and we will have to work in a different way, but we will still be able to connect and thrive. If you'd like to help see What You Can Do section of this leaflet. If you have ideas about what would be useful, please be in touch.


                                                                            Consider using this form (printable download)

                                                                            to be in touch with your neighbours.

If you have a need that community centre staff or volunteers may be able to assist with please get in touch. If you would like to volunteer we'd love to hear from you.

The Farmers Market is cancelled at this time as we are not an essential service and can not guarantee safety for our customers. Thank you for understanding and see you when the coast is clear!


Any questions please contact Di 0204 1954639 market@mpcc.org.nz

What You Can Do

Mt Pleasant has a neighbourhood contact group to keep people in touch and provide help to anyone who needs it. We are keen to get as many in the group as possible so as a neighbourhood and community we can offer each other support as required.


While it is important to be aware of the needs of those with increased vulnerability at this time, we are putting a call out residents who are in full health and have capacity to help right now. Now is a great time for younger people to help older people in the community.


Help for anyone may include any of the following:


  • Getting a street phone list together or making sure it is up to date (including new residents)

  • Helping to identify those that desire someone to keep in touch with them

  • Calling people for companionship and/or identifying what practical support is required

  • Providing delivery of food/medication (drop offs to the door ONLY)


If you may need help or are in a position to offer any of the above please provide your name, phone, address and email to: community@mpcc.org.nz and we will be in touch.