Slavko died last week! Really sad! I don't know if people realise that he donated the impeccably engineered Pukekura Children's Playground fountain.One day he asked me,out of the blue at the Car Boot Sale "You have car? And a camera?"....I was wondering where he was going to go with this.... He explained that he had neither and he needed to go somewhere and do something. So I picked him up from his house. He directed me to go to Pukekura Park whereupon he proceeded to take me to the "Fontana!'. He asked me to take a few photos,including him and one of the children present. He explained that this fountain was his present to the people of New Plymouth. That he had researched it thoroughly, had it designed and made out of the best stainless steel possible so that it would last a long time. I remember the price was exorbitant! Somewhere in the many thousands. Apparently he wanted to show his family what he'd given to New Plymouth by photo. Somewhere with the fountain is the plaque with his name.
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The Christmas Parade for 2019 takes place on Saturday 30 November.
Starting at 1pm from the Clock Tower in devon Street, it will follow the route adopted last year. Travelling up Devon St to the top of the hill and turn left into Liardet St and left down to the Ariki St Bus Station.
Entries are encouraged from community groups and schools.
There is a prize pool of $2600 in vouchers from our supporters and sponsors. More FM, Devon Hotel, Carters Tyres, Resene, Toolshed and Remax Realty.
Entries can be emailed to Charles (email@example.com) or Dave (firstname.lastname@example.org)