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Waitakere Community Action on Alcohol Policy

August 14, 2013 at 2:27 PM


The Waitakere Community Action on Alcohol Policy is meeting on Friday 23 August from 10am-12pm at Massey Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd, 6 Moire Rd, Massey. Park down the driveway.

Come and hear

  1. Winnie Hauraki, community facilitator in Clendon highlight the good work that is happening out that way.
  2. updates on what is happening with local alcohol policies in other parts of the country. 

Please RSVP by Friday 16 August.

Also, see attached a copy of the Terms of Reference here for your organisation to join this coalition.

Contact Angela by Phone 09 623 4600 xtn 27125, Mobile: 021 685 029 or email

 More information on the website


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