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I Spy Lyttelton - 3 Nov 2012

I Spy Lyttelton is a fun family event taking place in Lyttelton on Saturday 3rd November 2012.

This is a great event which promotes getting families active together in a fun way. It combines the ideas of the amazing race with I Spy to create an exciting day which showcases Lyttelton and its treasures. There will be awesome activities at each stop which will need to be completed to get the next clue!

‘Get together with family and friends to channel your inner super sleuth. Solve clues and complete fun activities that will take you on a journey to Lyttelton’s most interesting locations.’ The entry is $5 per team (maximum 4 people per team) – to be paid when signing in on the day in cash please. There are limited entries of 50 teams; registration can be done through the Lyttelton Information Centre:

E: infocentre@lyttelton.net.nz
P: (03) 328 9093

On the day teams can sign in from 9am at Lyttelton Main School, Oxford Street. Compulsory briefing for all participants is at 9.45am. At 10am teams will get to put their brains to the test as they start solving clues! There will be some exciting spot prizes at 1pm accompanied by a sausage sizzle.

ENDS

www. facebook.com/ISpyLyttelton


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