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Moutere Hills Community Centre is proud to support The Grapevine – a local publication showcasing the wider Moutere Hills Community.

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About The Grapevine      

In the last 10 years the number of households in our community has increased in size enormously – children attend a number of different schools and adults often work outside the area.  As a way to ensure that the wider community was linked, the Moutere Hills Community newsletter The Grapevine was resurrected in January 2009 and now enjoys great support from the community and local businesses.  Delivered free, to over 1300 letter boxes in the wider Upper Moutere district, the Grapevine is made possible by donations from the readers, community grants and income from advertisers.

Compiled by a small group of volunteers, we welcome anyone interested in contributing in any way they can, either by assisting in the construction or by contributing articles about local history, businesses or identities, notices of public events, and club/sporting notices.  These can be sent to our email address umograpevine@hotmail.com.   The deadline is the 15th of each month; we aim to have the newsletter delivered on the first Thursday of the month.   We are also encouraging its use as a forum for discussion of local issues and want to celebrate the advantages of living in the Moutere.

Advertising in The Grapevine

The following prices apply for advertising:

– business card size advertisement – $12

– 1/4 page advertisement – $25

– 1/2 page advertisement – $50

– full page advertisement – $95 (if space available)

We warmly welcome editorial contributions to the Grapevine from all residents in the Moutuere and Tasman regions.  Please email copy and advertisements to umograpevine@hotmail.com by the 15th of each month.

To download a recent copy of the grapevine please click on the links below.

Grapevine August 2017

Grapevine July 2017

Grapevine June 2017

Grapevine May 2017

Grapevine April 2017

Grapevine March 2017

Grapevine January/February 2017

Grapevine December 2016

Grapevine November 2016

Grapevine October 2016

Grapevine September 2016

Grapevine August 2016

Grapevine July 2016

Grapevine June 2016

Grapevine May 2016

Grapevine April 2016

Grapevine March 2016

Grapevine February 2016

Grapevine December 2015

Grapevine November 2015

Grapevine October 2015

Grapevine September 2015

Grapevine August 2015

Grapevine July 2015

Grapevine June 2015

Grapevine May 2015

Grapevine April 2015

Grapevine March 2015

Grapevine February 2015

Grapevine December 2014 and January 2015

Grapevine November 2014

Grapevine October 2014

Grapevine September 2014

Grapevine August 2014

Grapevine July 2014

Grapevine June 2014

Grapevine May 2014

Grapevine April 2014

Grapevine March 2014

Grapevine January/February 2014

Grapevine December 2013

Grapevine November 2013

Grapevine October 2013

Grapevine September 2013

Grapevine August 2013

Grapevine July 2013

Grapevine June 2013

Grapevine May 2013

Grapevine April 2013

Grapevine March 2013

Grapevine January/February 2013

Grapevine December 2012

Grapevine November 2012

Grapevine October 2012

Grapevine September 2012

Grapevine August 2012

Grapevine July 2012

Grapevine June 2012

Grapevine May 2012

Grapevine April 2012

Grapevine March 2012

Grapevine January February 2012

Grapevine December 2011

Grapevine November 2011

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