Steel n’ Wheels soon
Sharlene Druyven updates readers on WBDA activities.
The Waiuku Steel n’ Wheels is approaching quickly and there are very few stall spaces left.
If you are still wishing to book a stall we urge you to get your application in quick to the Waiuku Business and Development Association - we have only so many stall placements allocated and cannot exceed that.
The exhibitor forms are coming in thick and fast now also. We are getting some great things to exhibit from cars to motorbikes, boats to vintage engines and mowers. If you have something you wish to exhibit, please register. It is great to have a variety of different attractions on show as this makes this event so unique.
This year we have committed to making the Steel n’ Wheels a ‘‘zero waste’’ event which is not only fantastic for our community but also great for our environment. This will be a huge learning curve for our event committee but also a valuable educational exercise for the general public.
For more details about the Steel n’ Wheels go to www.waiukutown.co.nz .
I have had many people asking if the next stages of the paving upgrade in the Waiuku town centre will be happening. This is being discussed currently through the local board so I will let the public know as soon as more information comes to hand.
Congratulations to the St John opportunity shop now up and running in the old Anglican church opposite the GAS station. We wish you all the best and are sure the community will support the great ventures St John is undertaking.
The Waiuku Town Centre Tidy-Up/Makeover is on Saturday, May 6, 8.30am-12pm. This is a fantastic community initiative supported by the Manukau Beautification Trust, Franklin Local Board and Waiuku Business & Development Association. We would love to have heaps of support from the community to help spruce up this great town of ours.
All the tools are supplied and a sausage sizzle provided afterwards.
If you and some friends would like to get involved email Barbara.firstname.lastname@example.org to register.