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Barrington Big Fun Day

Barrington Big Fun Day

The Barrington Big Fun Day will be held at Barrington Park on Sunday 23 February from 11.30am–2.30pm.

Bring the whole family for an exciting line-up of stage entertainment, community stalls, food stalls and free fun activities.

There will be fun and engaging performances on stage over three hours, from local cultural groups, sports groups and young entertainers. The kids will love the free activities, including water walkers, pony rides, a bouncy castle, face painting and much more.

Pioneer Recreation and Sport Centre will be offering free ‘taster’ sessions of TumbleTimes (pre-school gymnastics) and there will be 'have-a-go' sports activities on the park.

In the event of wet weather, please phone the Council on 03 941 8999 or listen to Newstalk ZB to find out if the Barrington Big Fun Day will be postponed.

For more information please visit www.bethere.co.nz.

WHAT: The Barrington Big Fun Day

WHEN: Sunday 23 February 2014, 11.30am–2.30pm

WHERE: Barrington Park


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