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Phone 0800 828 822
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Talk to Signature Homes'
The team at Signature Homes
Papakura/Franklin won the prestigious
award of being No.1 Signature Homes
builder in New Zealand 2011/2012.
The award is based on criteria which include
best use of systems and process, customer
satisfaction and standard of craftsmanship.
To bring your dream home to life, speak
to our friendly team today.
Bethesda Village is chosen by residents
for the peaceful, independent living
where they enjoy friendship in a
comfortable, supportive community.
We re handy to West eld Manukau,
public transport and other services.
Village residents have priority access to
our Rest Home and Private Hospital.
Call us 263 1221 or visit www.bethesda.org.nz
2 Bedroom Villa 1 Bedroom Villa
For more information visit Bethesda on Trade me.
The Cheeky Chicken
137 Airfield Road, Takanini
Ph: 297 7687
CHICKEN DRUMS, CHICKEN NIBBLES
ALL FLAVOURS; 740/765 GRAMS
Trade enquiries for Eggs - Ph: 0800 37 37 43
The professional and caring team at Fountains Funeral
provide full funeral planning and service with attention to detail.
Our care continues long after the funeral.
We welcome you to visit our newly refurbished chapels
We wel come you to visit our newly refur bis
please contact us at any time.
Real people caring for real people
Ensom Funeral Services
Advice and Assistance Anytime
John Ensom 40 Years of Caring
15 East St, Papakura
Ph 266 9942
A fitting tribute for your loved one
Monument experts: Craig Arthur and Aaron Gray of
Fountain's Funeral Directors with one of the unique
headstones the company has created.
When it comes to planning a funeral there are many
important decisions to be made -- including the kind
of monument or tribute you want to remember your
loved one by.
The team at Fountain s Funeral Directors and
Monumentalists are proud to offer a comprehensive
funeral service, assisting you every step of the way
from designing a highly personalised headstone,
monument or commemorative plaque, to the final
burial or cremation process and installation in any
cemetery in New Zealand.
Their impressive range of polished or unpolished
granite headstones and granite, stone, bronze or
metal commemorative plaques are manufactured in
New Zealand and have been designed to stand the
test of time. They are very cost competitive and
there is something to fit every budget.
You can select any inscription, etching or decorat-
ive memorabilia, such as photos, portraits or other
mementoes, that you would like (subject to council
bylaws) and all cultural symbols or styles can be
Fountain s Funeral Directors have created some
truly unique headstones over the years, including
angels, guitars, trucks and even a beehive! In fact,
Fountain s manager Wendy Hunt says nothing is
If you can think of it, we can do it.
With a new showroom opening soon at Fountain s
Papakura customers will be able to browse their
range of products and gather inspiration either for
their own final farewell, or in order to create a
fitting memorial for their loved one.
Fountain s Funeral Directors also carry out resto-
ration work on existing headstones and can complete
re-inscriptions for new interments.
They offer free friendly advice on the best cleaning
methods to maintain the stones and will happily
assist returned servicemen with Veterans Affairs
Fountain's Funerals is at 36 Maich Road, Manurewa,
phone 266 6177 and also on the corner of Elliot and
Wood Streets, Papakura, phone 298 2957
For additional information please visit
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