Talking heads - the Christchurch Recovery Clinic

Barnaby Bennett, one of four editors of the book Once in a Lifetime: City building after Disaster.
MONIQUE FORD

Barnaby Bennett, one of four editors of the book Once in a Lifetime: City building after Disaster.

A Recovery Clinic, aimed at encouraging discussion about Christchurch's recovery, is being held on Saturday.

Freerange Press and the people behind the book Once in a Lifetime: City-building after Disaster in Christchurch, invite the public to participate in a rolling conversation or recovery clinic on Saturday, July 25 at Brick Farm/Smash Palace.

The idea is that anyone who is interested will hold an ongoing conversation around a table from 12 noon to 6pm. People are encouraged to pop in and chat about Christchurch's recovery and the government's Draft Transition Recovery Plan, submissions for which close on July 30.

People from a range of backgrounds will be present, and include Raf Manji (Christchurch City Council), Lucy D'Aeth (public health specialist) Gerard Smyth (film maker) and Rosemary Goodyear (senior housing analyst).

People are invited to bring their questions and thoughts about the current state of play in Christchurch and issues that need consideration in light of the government's Draft Transition Recovery Plan.

THE DETAILS:

Recovery Clinic, Saturday, July 25 from 12-6pm at Brick Farm. See onceinalifetime.org.nz.

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