Riccarton Community Hub

What's happening in Riccarton, and where to find it

Christchurch Boys' High

71 Straven Rd,
Fendalton, Christchurch 8014

Phone: 348 5003


Christchurch Girls' High School

10 Matai St,
Riccarton, Christchurch

Phone: 348 0849


Christchurch Girls' High School Netball Club

Christchurch Girls High School, 10 Matai Street, Christchurch, 8011

Contact: Megan Craw
Phone: 366-5222


Christchurch Philatelic Society

Meeting Times: 2nd Tuesday, 7.30pm
Location: Philatelic Centre, 67 Mandeville Street, Christchurch, 8140

Contact: Jill Glasson, Secretary


Christchurch Photographic Society

Meeting Times: Wednesday, 8pm
40-44 Elizabeth Street, Riccarton, Christchurch 8041

Contact: Nelson Boustead, Secretary
Phone: 358-4912


Christchurch Quilters

67 Mandeville Street, Riccarton, Christchurch 8011

Meeting Times: 1st Tuesday, (except January), 7.30pm

Contact: Heather Craig, President
Phone: 383-2471


Church Corner Toy Library

Thurs 7-8:30pm and Sat 9:30am–12pm

Sir John McKenzie Memorial building,
393 Riccarton Road,
Upper Riccarton (next to Countdown, Church Corner).

Phone 027 358 3259

Club Havana – Bernie's Latin Dance Club

Meeting Times: Sunday, 3-4pm, at the Blenheim Road Motor Lodge, 282 Blenheim Road; Monday, 6-7pm, at Trevinos Conference Room, 22 Riccarton Road

Contact: Contact Bernardine,
Phone: 343-4921 \ 021-115-3878

Coffee & Chat, St Peter's Church

This group meet on a Thursday from 10 am until noon. It is a place to enjoy good coffee and tea, homemade food and a chat. Everyone is welcome.

York Room, St Peter's Anglican Church
22 Main South Road, Upper Riccarton,
Christchurch, 8042

Phone (03) 348 5653

Common Ground Cafe

People of all ages and backgrounds welcome to enjoy great coffee, baking and company.
1st and 3rd Friday of each month, 1-3pm

80 Rattray St, Riccarton

Community Development Network Trust

Community Development Network Trust (CDN) works with young people aged 11-17 years and their families. CDN is based mainly in Riccarton, Sockburn and Hornby but also has city-wide activities. We provide a mix of camps and personal support for about 1200 young people and families each year. Many people we work with come from disadvantaged or difficult situations.

Contact: Riccarton Community Church
44 Elizabeth St, Riccarton.
Phone: 942-3434