This was very well attended — both by stallholders and visitors. Sue Lusk and her team clearly put a lot of work into making it a success. The weather is always unpredictable but fortunately, it stayed dry.
Greyhounds as pets
Burning House — not really as there was a bit of wind so it wasn’t safe. The fire brigade had this inflatable as a means of demonstrating that in a burning building there is less smoke and heat at floor level, so crawl out of it. The kids could experience it as shown, but it probably wasn’t (too) scary. 🙂
A jazz band on the central stage.
Valerie Roberts looks proud of her Creations.
Designs from Kenya.
Artist Joan-Marie O’Dea (centre)
Less usual garden ornaments.
On the Main Road by the wall, the one the NZTA/KCDC wants to tear down. Stallholders were not in favour of that.
Nature-inspired ornaments by Carolyn Hodgson Pottery.
A singer/guitar player on a second stage for Zeal members.