Tawa fair gets support from lo­cal busi­nesses

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Some class­room ren­o­va­tions will mean a change to the lay­out of the Tawa School fair on Satur­day.

‘‘We are very lucky to have a huge field be­hind the class­rooms, where we can put lots of stalls and ac­tiv­i­ties,’’ fair com­mit­tee mem­ber Karen Tay­lor said.

Thanks to the support of Tawa and Porirua busi­nesses, there are some great silent auc­tions, prizes and raf­fles, she said.

One raf­fle is for a signed hard­back poster of the 2014 Hur­ri­canes, ‘‘per­fect for the man cave’’, Tay­lor said.

One lo­cal business that will be back again after be­ing a great suc­cess last year is Ze­lati Gelato.

There will be a va­ri­ety of other de­li­cious food to eat, in­clud­ing the Hellers sausage siz­zle, ba­con butties and a veg­e­tar­ian curry made by one of the school par­ents.

Each class at school has been mak­ing things for the fair, in­clud­ing home­made lemon­ade, sher­bet, tof­fee ap­ples and some great crafts.

Wayne, the school care­taker, will also be dis­play­ing his model trains and for a small do­na­tion peo­ple at the fair can have a go at be­ing the train con­troller.

Funds from the fair will be used to con­tinue to en­hance out­door ar­eas at the school.

The fair will be opened by the school kapa haka group and there will be en­ter­tain­ment by lo­cal band The Surf Dad­dies and the Tawa Col­lege Cheer­lead­ers.

Tawa School fair, Ox­ford St, 11am till 2pm, rain or shine.

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