Fantasy Cave is a winner in awards
according to Cave Dweller Malcolm Peffers.
Tararua received a number of awards from its 26 entries in the September ceremony which was shared with Manawatu¯ and Whanganui. They were Dannevirke St John Cadets, Pahiatua Toy Library, Tararua Riding For the Disabled and NZ Pacific Studio Inc.
One of the many visitors over the holidays was William Wallace (Gary) who was raised in Dannevirke. Returning from Auckland to visit his mum, William visited the Fantasy Cave twice with children Noah and Mila, bringing colleague at Unitec School of Performing and Screen Arts Palo Araus and daughter Leyla.
William launched a successful acting career played many roles including in Shortland Street . He also teaches acting at Unitec.
Ex-Dannevirke man William Wallace (Gary) reunites with the Fantasy Cave on Tuesday, bringing his family from Auckland, Noah and Mila, with friend Pablo Araus and his daughter Leyla.
On the job Malcolm and Sylvia Peffers with Liz Edwards happy to display the trophies for winning the Trustpower Tararua Supreme Community Award in September.