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New BTO - Punggol Crest

HDB is pleased to present two new Build-To-Order developments this February! Located in Punggol and Woodlands, these BTO developments are nestled amid lush surroundings and near modern amenities.

Punggol Crest is situated near the proposed Punggol Town Centre and minutes from Punggol Plaza which hosts a variety of shops and eating places. When you need to commute, the Punggol MRT/LRT Station and bus interchange provide easy connections to various parts of Singapore. Choose from 2-room, 3-room and 4-room Standard flats.

Treegrove@Woodlands is conveniently located next to 888 Plaza and mere minutes away from Woodlands Regional Centre and two MRT stations. Well-connected to modern amenities and yet away from the city frenzy, this development offers an ideal home for all ages. Take your pick from Studio Apartments, 3-room and 4-room Premium flats.

Apply online for your choice town by 24 Feb 2010.

To find out more, visit our Build-To-Order exhibition now on till 24 Feb 2010 at Habitat Forum*…

Greendale Primary School - Open House, Food & Fun Fair (13 Mar 10)

Come and support Greendale Primary School in their quest to build a beautiful garden for our children.

Date: 13 March 2010 (Saturday)
Time: 10 am to 5 pm
Venue: Greendale Primary School (near Punggol Plaza/Coral Edge LRT Station)
50 Edgedale Plains, Singapore 828848

Highlights
• Food and Drink Stalls
• Jumble Sale - nice clothes at bargain prices
• Sale of Essential Oils, hand-crafted jewellery
• Haircut for children by trained hairstylist at $5

Event is Open to the Public

Coupons will be available in school from 8 February 2010 and/or to be bought on actual day from coupon booth.

7,000 came for Kite Day

As published in The Straits Times
31 Jan 10 (Sunday)

By Nur Dianah Suhaimi


The 3-in-1 Singapore International Kite Day, Teens' Day and Road Safety Campaign attracted kite enthusiasts from as far as Jurong and Woodlands. -- ST PHOTO: SAMUEL HE


SOME 7,000 people trooped down to Punggol over the weekend to participate in the country's biggest annual kite flying event as well as a range of other family activities.

The 3-in-1 Singapore International Kite Day, Teens' Day and Road Safety Campaign attracted kite enthusiasts from as far as Jurong and Woodlands.

Others came to participate in a hip hop dance competition and soccer and basketball tournaments.

The highlight of the two-day event was the night-time kite-flying on Saturday and Sunday, when some 556 kites attached with colourful LED lights lit up the sky.

Participants from 13 other countries joined in the night-time kite-flying, with some coming from as far as Austria, Kuwait and Taiwan.

This is the third year the Singapore Inte…