These postcards have recently been donated to the museum. They are part of a larger collection. They date from the first two decades of the twentieth century.
Waiuku Museum is looking to add to it’s physical and digital collection of postcards and letters of people who lived in the Waiuku area.
If you have any of these items and would like to donate them to the Museum please feel free to contact us via e-mail email@example.com or call the museum on 09 235 8698.
If you have any of these items and would not like to donate them, but would like them to be part of the museum’s digital collection we can accommodate this as well. To do this we would temporarily hold your items and during that time scan them. Once this has been done we will return the items to you. If this interests you please feel free to contact us via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call the museum on 09 235 8698.
From Civil Defence via Auckland City Council
Get Ready week
This year’s theme is Stay Safe, Stay Informed. Get Ready week starts on Monday 9 October, the second week of the school holidays. During the week we’ll be promoting the different ways people can stay informed during an emergency, which radio stations to listen to, which websites and social media to follow, the importance of getting to know your neighbours and checking if you can receive Emergency Mobile Alerts.
Emergency Mobile Alerts will be a new way of receiving information about emergencies in your area. If your life, health or property is in danger, Emergency Mobile Alerts can be sent to your mobile, without needing to sign up or download an app. Emergency Mobile Alerts are expected to be available by the end of 2017. Discover more by clicking this link: Emergency Mobile Alerts.