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Community Centre Services

Services located at the Centre

Soft Plastics Recycling Bin

The Packaging Forum’s Soft Plastic Recycling Scheme Lets New Zealanders Recycle Plastic Bags and Wrappers

Collect all the soft plastic packaging which you use at home, make sure the bags are clean, empty and dry and drop them into the Soft Plastics Recycling bin in your Grey Lynn Community Centre 

Please remember we only accept clean, dry and empty soft plastic bags and packaging. Food scraps and liquid will contaminate all the other bags in the bin.  Hard plastic and metal objects will damage our processing plant.  We do NOT accept compostable plastic bags or plant based plastics. Thank you for your support.

Citizens Advice Bureau

Opening hours

Monday to Friday 9.30am to 3.30pm

JP clinics on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11am to 12.30pm, and Saturday 11am to 12pm. No appointment needed.

Budgeting (Tuesdays) and Legal (Saturdays) clinics available by appointment.

Phone: 09 376 0392
Web: https://www.cab.org.nz/

For Justices of the Peace:

Grey Lynn
& Westmere
Plunket Nurse

Whānau Āwhina Plunket is a charity and Aotearoa’s largest support service for the health and wellbeing of tamariki under-five and their whānau.

Phone: 09 820 6532
Appointments essential

Good Medicine Clinic

This clinic came about from a desire to provide a certain style of primary care to the community that we feel is somewhat lost in the current trend towards faster, busier and less personalised healthcare.

Doctors Fiona Gordon, Frances Moon and Doug Winter and nurses Trish Lodge and Nicola Gee have many years of experience and have loved working together in the past. We share a strong desire to practice at a very high standard of medicine and to do so with a great deal of kindness, warmth, humour and love.

Email: info@goodmed.co.nz
Phone: 09 869 5128 

Narcotics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a global organisation of recovering addicts. NA members are men and women from all walks of life for whom drugs had become a major problem, who meet regularly to help each other stay clean, and recover from the effects of addiction in their lives.

  • Narcotics Anonymous

    • Fridays 7.30pm in the Garden Room

  • Young Narcotics Anonymous

    • Wednesday 12.30pm in the Garden Room

  • Lamplight Women’s

    • Thursdays 7:15pm in the Garden Room


Co-Dependents Anonymous (CoDA) is a worldwide network of groups of men and women who share the common purpose of learning how to develop and maintain healthy and fulfilling relationships.

Monday 6:45pm in the Balcony Room

021 137 5754