Last week our two exercise groups (30 men and women) did a trip to Lyttleton. Went to the Time Ball and after a "tour" went to the Lyttleton Club for a pre-arranged buffet style lunch. The food was fresh /delicious & there was plenty of it, and the atmosphere was great (friendly staff). $12.50pp. he view is superb. Watched the Time Ball descend at 1pm. Thank you to the Club staff for their warm welcome and the way they offered us a great lunch service. Thanks Trudi (Manager).
Those are the benefits that Paul Barker, Principal of Kaeo School is seeing in his Northland school thanks to the Kiwi Can programme.
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