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Christchurch Alcohol Action Plan Newsletter: December 2021

Wednesday, December 15, 2021   Posted in: Newsletters By: Administrator With tags: newsletter, alcohol, planning, harm, prevention

Kia ora and Hari Kirihimete (Merry Christmas) everyone.

I hope all of you are planning a well-deserved rest after another challenging year with COVID, lockdowns and being busy at work. Many thanks to those that attended the CAAP forum back in late October. We had good numbers attending after initially having to delay due to the Auckland outbreak and associated lockdown. There were some excellent speakers on the day, see below for more. The Hui was well received and I am hoping to have another forum in late February. Please contact me via email if you have any specific areas of interest relating to alcohol and its harm, or you would like to speak. Date and location will be confirmed.

Imagine if sport exclusively had positive Healthy Sponsorship and Offerings... The best fuel to keep you running for longer, partners in the wellness space and more! CAAP and Healthy Families Ōtautahi are teaming up to explore the idea of what Healthy Sports Clubs and Sponsorship could look like. In the New Year, we’ll be diving into our discovery phase to gather insights to understand what a Healthy Club means, what Healthy Sponsorship looks like, and the challenges and opportunities in achieving this. If this inspires you and peaks your interest in learning more or being involved, please contact:

  • Kereama Carmody at the Christchurch City Council (Kereama.carmody[at]ccc.govt.nz); or
  • Maria Smolar at Sport Canterbury (maria.smolar[at]sportcanterbury.org.nz).

Kia kaha, stay safe, be kind and look out for one another.

Kereama Carmody
CAAP Coordinator


View the December 2021 issue of the Christchurch Alcohol Action Plan newsletter online.