Links and contacts for various earthquake related information.
The community forum has been established by Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA) Minister Gerry Brownlee to provide him with information and advice on earthquake recovery matters. It consists of 38 members (3 from Sumner) from a wide cross-section of the Canterbury community representing business and ethnic interests, as well as residents associations and groups.
Connect with your family and friends all around the world on Skype for free. You can see your caller on video live as you talk to each other - a great way of seeing the grandchildren as if they were right in front of you.
This service is provided by the Sumner Community Residents Association
Contact us and we will loan you a laptop and help you get started for free.
We are here to assist in the event of a major disaster by enabling a co-ordinated group with an appropriate structure, volunteers, resources and contacts to cope with being cut off for 5 days.
Street coordinators play a vital role in communities by sharing important information and offering support. Each street coordinator will be supported by area and regional coordinators who filters relevant safety and important information that relates to the Sumner area. Residents can consult with their street coordinators to discuss concerns during the recovery after a disaster and safety issues.
The Sumner Urban Design Group are a group of local group of residents who believe that the destruction of the 2011 earthquakes should be an opportunity to enhance Sumner's public areas - to rethink and re-imagine our beautiful seaside village.
- Sumner Master Plan.
- Sumner Village Centre Master Plan.
- Christchurch Coastal Pathway.
Your community needs you. Through volunteering you can meet people, learn new skills and feel good from your efforts. Sign up today and make a difference!