$2000 prize on offer
Porirua pupils have the chance to win a $2000 prize for their school by producing an imaginative and creative video about Te Ara Piko Pathway around Pauatahanui Inlet.
The last piece of the first section of the pathway has been completed, and it is now possible to walk or cycle from the Pauatahanui Village to Motukaraka Point in safety.
To recognise completion of the stage, Plimmerton Rotary and Porirua City – the joint pathway partners – are running a competition open to all school pupils in Porirua City.
The challenge is to produce a three-minute video of the completed stage of the pathway looking at the pathway and its relationship with the Pauatahanui Inlet in a fresh and innovative way. Entry is free and the prize is $2000 worth of media equipment for a school nominated by the winner.
The clip will need to be informative and interesting and make the viewer want to use the pathway and appreciate its value.
The winner will be announced on May 28 at the Light House Cinema Pauatahanui.
The Te Ara Piko Pathway will ultimately meander around the entire perimeter of the inlet.