Has anyone ever seen something like the image below in an older Kiwi home? Does anyone remember them from their childhood? These strange slots allowed you to rid yourself of an old razor and never think of it again...but it also meant, years down the track, that someone renovating would be in for a nasty, rusty surprise.
I'm certain I've seen something like this here in Aotearoa-NZ, but can't for the life of me recall where. It was in the back of the medicine cupboard. Let us know if you've seen, had - or have - one in your home.
Come join us at our 2021 Open Day to see the school in action during a normal school morning, and get a REAL feel for the Dio Difference.
Students and staff are in class during the Open Day so you can ask questions about the curriculum or a subject.
No need to book – just come along! We'd love to see you.
Principal's Welcome in the All Saints Chapel at 10.00 am followed by tours of the school and finishing with refreshments on the Cherrington Lawn.
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Heading into the Autumn months we have a fantastic line up of local authors set to visit our Waipā Libraries.
True Crime writer, Scott Bainbridge, grew up in Te Awamutu and will talk about his latest books and new projects following on from the interest generated last year in Cambridge, Graeme Woodfield has written a wide variety of books and visits Cambridge to talk about his journey as a writer, Sharon Holt brings her popular Te Reo Singalong Show to Te Awamutu and Julie Thomas and Trudi Caffell will run writing and self publishing workshops. Head to our website for event details: www.waipalibraries.org.nz...