For some, giving their furry friend a sneaky piece of ham under the table is enough, but for others, buying and wrapping a Christmas present for their pet is tradition. Whether it be some edible treats, a new comfy bed, or an awesome outdoor toy for summer - do you include your pet on the gift shopping list? Vote in the poll below.
19.4% Absolutely - I spoil them rotten19.4% Complete
44.9% I buy something small - I don’t go overboard44.9% Complete
20% Nope - pressies are for the people20% Complete
15.7% I don’t have a pet15.7% Complete
Wallaceville Playcentre is now open to enrolments for term 1 2020
Wallaceville Playcentre offers quality early childhood education and is a fantastic place for your child to have fun, learn great skills and get enjoyment from interacting with other children and adults.
Play is set up or available throughout the session and includes areas such as playdough, arts and crafts, collages, painting, baking, storytime, puzzles, dress-ups, role playing, sandpit, confidence course, waterplay etc. We love going on trips out into the community and examples of past trips are: Harcourt Park, Wellington Zoo, fire station, Upper Hutt Library Storytime, and Avalon Park bike track.
All visitors are welcome to come along and see what we do before enrolling at our centre. So if you and your child(ren) would like to be part of our Playcentre whānau give us a call for some more information. We look forward to meeting you. We offer 3 free visits before you join.
Wallaceville Playcentre is Fees Free!
52 Ward Street, Trentham, Upper Hutt 5018
Phone: 04-528 7624
Appealing to country folk we need a place for our border collie till my sister buys a house. He’s well trained but doesn’t get on with our lab so we need to find him a place without pets to have him. Happy to pay for his food.
Stunning summer flowers will soon be displayed at the Walter Nash Centre in Taita. Entry is $3 for adults with accompanying children free. The show will feature displays from the Wellington Begonia Club, Wellington Fuchsia Society and both the Hutt Valley and Titahi Bay Horticultural Societies.