Kingston House's in house groups and regular activities

There are a number of local groups and organizations which operate out of Kingston House on a regular basis. Below you will find information about them including their contact details.

Age Concern Kerikeri

Age Concern works to serve your needs through a national office and nationwide network of 35 members, branches and associates. Each one provides services, information and advocacy in response to local needs.

The Kerikeri branch of Age Concern is based in Kingston House.

Striders Multisports Club

Striders Sports include running, mountain biking, road cycling, walking, indoor rowing, kayaking and junior athletics.

Striders club rooms are located in a part of a new very smart $100,000 purpose built building attached to the Kingston House Community Trust facility.

We are always looking for people interested in joining our organisation.

Why Should You Join?

The Toastmasters program offers many benefits that help people in all walks of life. As a result of participating in Toastmasters, you will:

  • Increase your self-confidence.
  • Become a better speaker.
  • Become a better leader.
  • Communicate more effectively.

Membership is affordable – a great value that can change your life. You can contact either Belinda Peddie, CC (Vice President Membership): 09 407 0603 or Judy Terry (Secretary): 027 425 2899

We are a social service agency and a registered charitable trust.  We offer a free counselling service to families/whanau in the Mid North.  We also offer specialist help to all women and girls who have been sexually abused or raped, whether recent or historical.  As well we offer parenting courses, in a group session setting or one-on-one.

Our office hours are 9am to 2pm Monday to Friday, though our counsellors do work outside these hours.

Please phone us at (09) 407 7511, or leave a message on our callminder.

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