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The Worser Bay School Fair - Little Island Paradise


The Worser Bay School Fair - Little Island Paradise | Sun 28 October, 2012, 11am-2pm (rain or shine) | 168 Seatoun Heights Rd, Miramar | www.worserbay.school.nz

Perched in its own Little Island Paradise, on the hill above Worser Bay, the fabulous Worser Bay School Fair is back with an amazing range of stalls and activities for all ages. From the White Elephant to the famous Summerfest Tuatara Beer tent, there's something for everyone: gourmet treats and a seafood BBQ, deli delights, bric-a-brack and books - bargains galore. Last year the school claimed its independence in the state of Miramar, this year it's celebrating its 'Little Island Paradise'.

New in 2012, the ‘Running of the Balls’, you have to be there to experience this raffle-with-a-difference and live from today, the Worser Bay School Silent Auction www.worserbay.school.nz/schoolfair2012 is the time to bid on a range of prizes from high-end Wellington restaurants, travel, accommodation, specialty tours, artwork, photography, entertainment and fashion.

For locals on the Miramar Peninsula there is also the chance to purchase a limited edition Miramarian T-shirt (image attached of Blake, a student at Worser Bay School, modelling his “Proud to be a Miramarian’ T-shirt. Available in all child and adult sizes in two colours, $35).

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