Nicole Terrill, Author at Pulman Park

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Auckland back to Level 3

AUCKLAND – LEVEL 3 Auckland is moved to Level 3 as at 1290 12 August.  This means gatherings of any more than 10 people are banned, save for wedding services, funerals, or tangihanga. People will be encouraged to work from home but are not required to, as businesses will be allowed to open, if they […]

A warm welcome to our new Centre Manager

If you were to ask me 20 years ago where I’d be when I was 40 I would never have imagined the journey would have taken me so far from home, to have allowed me to experience so many different cultures, and allowed me to meet so many amazing people. As a 20 year old […]

Yoga Classes

From Thu 23 July, we will be hosting Yoga Classes with Kaye At Gymsport & Recreation Centre, Thursdays 6-7pm $12 per class or $50 for 5 classes.  To join the class, please contact Kaye on klmanson@xtra.co.nz or 027 354 2358. Download – Yoga Poster 

Thanks to Manukau Beautification Trust

During lockdown Bruce Pulman Park was hit with tagging throughout the park. Our groundsman tackled some of the containers and thanks to our friends at Manukau Beautification Charitable Trust they were able to clean the white canopy last week. Wow, what a fabulous job they did, we are super grateful! They do an amazing job around South […]

Term 3 Gymnastics open

Term 3 Gymnastics registrations are now open! In partnership with Counties Manukau Gymnastics, we offer a vibrant range of fitness and active movement classes for a range of skills and age groups. From toddlers in our “fun-damentals” programmes through to our advanced Competitive Gymnastics Training there is sure to be something for everyone. Classes run during […]

Update on Level 2 for Community Sport

With the move to Level 2 Bruce Pulman Park is working hard behind the scenes with its many sports clubs and organisations to manage the return of community sport and recreation over the next few weeks.  The current rules around Level 2 have restricted numbers to a maximum of 10 including players, officials and spectators […]

Sport NZ provides $25m boost for kiwi sport

Some welcome news from our leaders in sport! We are looking forward to all sport coming back very soon. Read more about how Sport New Zealand has provided a financial shot in the arm for clubs and regional organisations struggling to survive through the coronavirus pandemic.

Level 3 at Bruce Pulman Park

We have moved down to Alert Level 3. For many of us, that won’t look too different from Alert Level 4, and for us here at Bruce Pulman Park, unfortunately, this doesn’t change anything right now, community sport and events are still on hold. We are working hard behind the scenes to be ready for […]