is an Auckland suburb
. It is under the local governance of the Waitakere City Council
Glendene School and community arts college is a special needs school in the north-east of England in a village called Easington, County Durham.
The population was 12,189 in the 2006 Census
, an increase of 816 from 2001.
Glendene is known for its close-knit, laid back, suburban feel. Located at the heart of it, is a mini complex called Glendene Village, which sports a video store, a pharmacy, a cake shop, a bakery, a hair salon, and a convenience store
(known in NZ english as a "dairy"). There are also two service stations, and a few fast food joints located opposite the 'Village. For social gatherings, there is the popular "Thirsty Rooster" bar as well as a christian community centre at West City church.
Glendene is named after a farm in the area owned by Percy Jones, which was later subdivided for housing.
Glendene School and Tirimoana School are contributing primary (years 1-6) schools with decile ratings
of 3 and 6, and rolls of 151 respectively. Glendene School opened about 1965<!-- information from... Read More