Had a conversation with someone last night and they mentioned what a great idea it would be to be able to use the empty Placemakers building on Kapiti Road for community activities such as an indoor winter farmers and craft market along with any other initiatives that would benefit the community like a “repair shed” or “share shed” operated by retired tradies etc.....the ideas would be many but maybe it’s been thought of before.?
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Hi Wellington! The days are getting colder and the Neighbourly Snaps campaign is turning up the heat in your region. Show the rest of your neighbours the wintery scenes around your pad or your region. What's your idea of a wintery scene? Post your photo in the comments below ⬇️⬇️
Very frustrated this afternoon, to find out an event I am trying to promote in the "What's On" Column (Chess on the Blue Train), gets no mention. I appreciate space is limited and the editor has the final say, but when 9 out of 12 in the column are promoting events outside Kapiti,(7 in the Hutt Valley, including the Upper Hutt Chess Club!!) I am starting to wonder where their allegiances lie!!