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Halswell Wigram Rugby

Chris Jones is proud to sponsor the Halswell Wigram Rugby Under-6's. The rugby club is the newest in Canterbury, with a focus on creating a fun family environment that allows children to grow in confidence while playing the game they love.  

Halswell Wigram play in the Metro competition with their home ground being Te Kahu Park in Wigram Skies and practice fields at Westlake Reserve.  The club enjoys a social family environment, and enables children to grow in confidence and relish a fantastic team atmosphere. 


(Pictured above) An exciting showdown with the Under-6 Halswell-Wigram Harriers Vs Belfast Orcas

Saturday May 16th 2015 at Hoon Hay Park

Visit their website and like them on Facebook to keep up to date with all the latest Halswell Wigram rugby games and events.

Oaklands School

Oaklands School is a primary school located in Halswell which caters for around 600 students from year 1 to year 8. The school first opened on Tuesday 4th February 1964, the same day as Middleton Grange, and the opening of the Lyttelton road tunnel.

Students  are  drawn  mainly  from  the  surrounding  suburbs  of Oaklands,  Aidanfield, Westlake, Longhurst , Knight Stream Park and Halswell.

Chris Jones and team are proud to be involved in helping Oaklands School bring part of their security and safety system into the electronic age by way of providing the latest in Visitor Management Systems for the school. This touch-tablet system allows all visitors, staff, relievers, trades people, technicians and students to be quickly and easily recorded and identified at arrival and departure.

(Pictured above) The new visitor sign in system at Oaklands School.

Broadfield School

Broadfield School, located in the Selwyn District on the corner of Shands and Robinsons Road, is currently involved in major renovations and refurbishments under the guidance of Principal – Mike Molloy. 

Chris Jones and team are thrilled to be involved with the school and are currently supporting the project to modernise and upgrade the 12 year old playground and sandpit area (see picture below).  Working on the basis that it is the students who will use and benefit most from the new facilities, it is the senior students who have been coming up with and submitting their own design ideas which Jasmax, the landscape architects will use as the basis for the professional plans.  

We look forward to regular updates, including photos of the progress.