Sustainable and enriching economic growth for the northern Coromandel Peninsula.
Community connections: Building inclusive connections and relationships within our local community and with our wider communities.
Partnerships with stakeholders: Building partnerships that are beneficial to our local community.
Holistic sustainability: Actions that contribute to the economic, environmental and social sustainability of our community.
Community driven innovation: Innovative developments from our community for our community.
Our community is the people of Te Moehau in the north, south to Papa Aroha on the west and Tuateawa on the east.
Colville And Beyond (CAB)
CAB formed as a community initiative in 2015 as a result of the community coming together to see how they could better support economic growth in our communities. The appointed steering committee has been supported by the CSSC community worker to strategically plan their direction and achieve their goals. Current actions include hosting the Show Me Shorts film festival, network with organisations, and update the promotional material for 2018.
Actions recently completed:
-Installed a map in Colville Village showcasing local attractions and northern peninsula business
-Printed and distributed DL cards advertising various local attractions
-Printed a CAB Local Directory promoting the numerous goods, services and skills in our region
-Created a CAB Website that links together the various opportunities, attractions, businesses and goods service providers in our region. www.colvilleandbeyond.co.nz
-Installed signage in Coromandel to promote the northern Coromandel Peninsula
The group was also supported to apply to make a successful application to the TCDC Coromandel Colville Community Board Local Economic Development Grant.
CAB Trails group
The Colville And Beyond Trails group is a sub-group of CAB who focus on trails in the northern Coromandel peninsula.
Mission: To create and promote an ecosystem of trails* that enable enjoyment of our spectacular environment.
*any journey – land, air and sea.
1. Speak with local people to learn about walkways in the area and their aspirations for walkways
2. Create a Walkways and Cycleways Trail Pack of the various public walkways in the northern Coromandel
3. Explore walkways that could be developed
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