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Calling All Parents! Peppa Pig Is In Town!

Peppa Pig Is In Town!

Calling All Parents! Peppa Pig Is In Town!

3rd-10th October

October is Oinktober on TVNZ Kidzone24 and to celebrate we’re taking everyone’s favourite pig – Peppa Pig – across the country for some special appearances and to make some friends on the way.
If you have a little one  and live in Christchurch, Palmerston North, Wellington, Auckland, Hamilton, don’t miss the chance to meet Peppa in person.
Peppa Pig is a loveable cheeky little pig, she lives with Mummy pig, Daddy pig, and his little brother George, and her adventures always end with happy loud snorts of laughter. 

Join TVNZ Kidzone24 (SKY Channel 106)  this Oinktober as we celebrate all things pig-tastic with three back-to-back episodes of Peppa Pig every day at 3.30pm plus the premiere of a new Piggy series – Wibbly Pig (Thursday 10 October) from the worldwide hit  books of the same name.

tvnz.co.nz/kidzone24 also has some great competition giveaways and piggy activities.

Peppa is making roaming visits between 10.30 – 1.30pm at the following locations:
Thursday 3rd October     LynnMall, Auckland
Friday 4th October     Sylvia Park, Auckland
Saturday 5th October    Centre Place, Hamilton
Monday 7th October    The Plaza, Palmerston North
Tuesday 8th October     North City, Wellington
Thursday 10th October     Northlands, Christchurch

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