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Workplaces, churches, schools and sports clubs exist within neighbourhoods - planning a neighbourhood get together can enhance the relations with neighbouring households and gives you an opportunity to connect with your local community!
Gather the neighbourhood kids and make your very own bunting and decorations for your neighbourhood get together.
Neighbourhood support groups exist all over New Zealand and are set up to make our homes, streets, neighbourhoods and communities safer and more caring places in which to live.
Friendly faces and knowing people by name is a great way to start out life in a new neighbourhood. How will you welcome new neighbours when they first move in?
Organising activities for families is a great way to get neighbours together. Dust off the old favourites like sack and egg and spoon races or organise a sports game in the local reserve.