Posts Tagged ‘ Huimai Playcentre ’

Pick of the Crop

Nov 14th, 2018 | By
Missing dog

Speaking of pick of the crop, the spring harvest is off to a great start at Zealong Tea –     And congrats to Carley Bryan, Jayden Bryan and Jay Gardiner from Orini Combined School.  The three competed in the Thames valley champs 2018 at Patetonga.     Jayden Bryan walked away with 2nd place

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Pick of the Crop

Sep 18th, 2018 | By
Think

Top of the morning to you, and here’s the Pick of the Crop.  Cornerstone Alpacas have well and truly sprung Spring – check out this lovely scene –     And this one makes the heart happy.   A customer turned up on his tractor to pick up some flowers from THINK.  Who wouldn’t be impressed? 

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Pick of the crop

Jun 29th, 2018 | By
The Mandarin Tree's Claudia

Here be our regular pictorial rural round-up.  It was a bonny morning at Cornerstone Alpaca Stud – look at all the alpacas grazing away!  (‘Red sky in morning…’ – rain must have followed!)     Here’s The Mandarin Tree’s Claudia Aalderink’s gorgeous leaf from a chilly morning recently.     Keeping warm and cosy was

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Moxy doxy dump trucks and mud

Jun 11th, 2018 | By
Huimai Playcentre

Our regular picture round-up of cool things happening in our Home Range. The fog cleared, the blue sky arrived and the big yellow machines came out to play! Check out this great pic of Huimai Playcentre’s visit to the Huntly Section of the Waikato Expressway on the first of June. The children were in awe

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Pick of the crop

May 25th, 2018 | By
alpacas

Ah, there’s so many great things happening out and about – N8N shares highlights from around our area. To begin, a special shout out and farewell to Rita Dewhurst from the Huimai Playcentre. Rita first attended the playcentre when she was little, and joined as a parent in 2008,  says Megan Gaukrodger, who sent in

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Huimai explores Pukemokemoke

Mar 22nd, 2018 | By
Pukemokemoke

Children and helpers from Huimai Playcentre had a great time exploring the bush and critters at Pukemokemoke Reserve recently. The budding biologists completed a treasure hunt, spotting intricate spider webs, cicada shells, birds and trees along the way.   And of course there was time to take time out and have a breather in the

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