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Khandallah Kitchens Tour with Special guest chef Rex Morgan

**** EVENT LISTING ****

Khandallah Kitchens Tour, Sunday May 25th, 11am-3pm


A rare opportunity to explore inside ten beautiful kitchens for one day only. Make a day of it and be inspired.

Organised by Onslow Kindergarten in Khandallah, Wellington, the fundraising event starts at 11am til 3pm and offers ticket holders the chance to see an eclectic mix of ten kitchens from classic to contemporary, and talk to the designers about details, themes, space and materials.


Tickets $25 available online at facebook.com/TourOf10
or from these stores:

Automat Café and Dunshea’s Deli, 7 Burma Road, Khandallah
Enhance Beauty Therapy, Churton Park village
Trends Gifts, Johnsonville Mall
Mischief Shoes, Lambton Quay
Video Time, 5 Ganges Rd, Khandallah


Presented by Onslow Kindergarten
Proudly sponsored by Bayleys and Cahoots

Notes for editors:
• In its fourth year, our kitchen tour provides a rare opportunity for ticket holders to gain access to ten handpicked, stylish kitchens inside private homes in the leafy suburb of Khandallah.
• We have key designers sponsoring each of our ten kitchens including, Sally Steer, Absolute Stone and ES Design who will be on-hand during the tour to talk to about ideas.
• If you want to make a day of it, there will be cake and tea stalls, pop-up lounges to put your feet up and plenty more surprises to keep you entertained between kitchens.
Check our facebook page facebook.com/TourOf10 to keep up-to-date with the progress.
• This is a ticketed event, one ticket per person.
• Tickets can be purchased online NOW by emailing tourof10@gmail.com with the number of tickets you require. See facebook.com/TourOf10 for more details
• Or tickets can be purchased (cash only) from the stores listed above.
• On the day, a kitchen guide and map must be collected from Onslow Kindergarten and a rubber hand stamp will be given. From here, ticket holders can begin the tour.
• Parking is restricted at some properties and some have steep access. This is Khandallah!
• Sorry, no children on the tour please.

Proceeds of this event will go towards replacing the roof at Onslow Kindergarten, 1a Delhi Crescent, Khandallah.

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