Words and picture from Louise Thomas.
"It's often as hard to get one of these sitting down as it is to get one in flight. Welcome swallow/warou (Hirundo neoxena). The pink background is caused by the colourful pink aquatic weeds on the fresh water pond at Pauatahanui. Usually hawking in a circuit over the pond, one of the swallows rested briefly to have a good stretch on a stick poking out of the water."
Visit Chilton Saint James School during May for one of our Open Days, Friday 21 May, 9.00am - 11.00am or Sunday 23 May 1.00pm - 3.00pm.
Discover what makes Chilton the best choice for girl’s education in Lower Hutt. Experience our small classes from Preschool through to Year 13, and our strong academic focus with Cambridge, an internationally recognised curriculum.
Chilton offers specialist teachers including Art, Dance, Music and Te Reo all within a safe, supportive, and nurturing environment.
At Chilton you can also discover our Dance Centre, free before school care, and a wealth of extra-curricular activities for your daughter.
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Lockdown Laundry invites you to come and air your lockdown memories!
Share your experiences from Lockdown at this interactive art installation with local artist Katja Starke who will record them using an old typewriter. You can then hang them out to air on our washing line, alongside other people's notes.
Find out more at www.lockdownlaundry.nz...
War Memorial Library
Friday 14 May, 9:30am-3pm