Become a member!
When you become a member of the Tutamoe Community Collective you are showing your support to keep community owned buildings in the hands of guardians and not sold into privatization.
By signing up you are supporting not just the local community by New Zealand as a whole. How I hear you ask? Be keeping the history of New Zealand's early pioneering years alive. To tell the stories collected about the men, woman and children who cleared the land so today's inhabitants can do what they are doing. Dairy Farming, Beef and Sheep Farming through to planting pines and even small hold farms. To show case some of the magnificent native bush, creative spaces like the Stone Table, and the wild life around us.
Depending on your membership level you will be able to vote on what happens and how the Society is to preform. You will benefit from discounts to events we hold in the future.
So, what are you waiting for? Click one of the membership form options now and show your support for saving the Tutamoe Hall and School complex's.
How to join?
We have tried to make it as simple as possible to become a member of Tutamoe Community Collective. You can;
Once you have completed the form, email it along with the required documents to . If using Google Forms, please email just your supporting documents to us.
If you wish to post, send to 21 Waoku Road, RD6, Dargaville 0376.
Your membership will be processed and once approved, an invoice will be sent for membership fees in your payment choice.
There are two main member groups;
Ratepayers and Residents who live within a 16.1-kilometre radius of Marlborough and Waoku Roads intersection, Donnellys Crossing, RD6, Dargaville. Area made up of Kaipara, Far North and Whangarei Districts. See Members Map here.
Friends & Supporters of Tutamoe Community Collective who must be residents of New Zealand.
For more information see Membership Options page