Plunket is here to support families with children from birth to five years of age.
Plunket provides free health checks, parent education and coffee mornings for new parents to meet others.
The Mangawhai/Kaiwaka Plunket sub-branch is part of the Lower Northland Branch.
Thanks to huge community support, our 'home' in Mangawhai is Rose Madsen Cottage, The Domain.
Plunket Nurse clinics are held on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month and the 3rd tuesday of the month from 9am
Coffee group are held every Thursday from 10am
Plunket nurse Cynthia Keay 09 4318187 or 0276753488
Plunketline...24 hours 7 day helpline 0800933922
Plunket rooms : Rose Madsen Cottage, Manawhai domain Moir street
Parents are welcome to come along to our coffee mornings held on Thursday (10-11.30am) at Rose Madsen Cottage. These are held at the same time as the Nurses Clinic.
Plunket Line (24 hrs), ph: 0800 933922
Plunket Kindergarten Ramble
This years' Garden Ramble in support of Mangawhai Kindergarten and Mangawhai Plunket is planned for 9th & 10th November.
The proceeds from the Garden Ramble contribute significantly to the Plunket and Kindergarten's annual fundraising targets.
To have a business card (or business card sized advert) placed within the ticket . You will need to provide the graphics in the form of a card, printout or jpeg or similar. Cost to be advised
The programme is A5, colour, approx 10pp.
If interested in advertising, please contact either:
Thais Canton, ph 945 0943 or Philippa Muller ph 431 4095 asap to secure space.
On Thursday 21st October 2010 Cherie and I went to Mangawhai Plunket to meet May Seager the Volunteer Services Leader for Plunket Northland.
On behalf of the Pirates we presented a cheque for $1250.00 to Plunket Northland.
May was delighted with the funds and on behalf of Plunket. passes on a `big thank you' to all those Pirates that supported and worked to obtain these funds.
In particular, I mentioned that Sonya and Carl were the organisers of the Pirate Weekend to Paihia and without their time involved this donation would not have been possible.
The building in the rear of the photos is the new Plunket Office for Mangawhai where some of the funds will be used.