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Pythagoras Abstract Garden opens Labour Weekend

Tue, 19 Oct 2004

Pythagoras Abstract Garden opens Labour Weekend - fund-raiser for Barnardos

Madeline Bull opens her unique 'Pythagoras Abstract Garden' in Taupo to the public from 23 to the 30 October (inclusive) as a fund-raiser for Barnardos. The creations of 15 artists will be displayed in the garden. This is the fifth time Madeline has opened her garden for charity.

The address is 76 Hinekura Avenue, Taupo, and the garden will be open from 9.30am till dusk each day of that week. Funds raised will help pay for the range of child and family support services run by Barnardos - New Zealand's largest child-focused charitable organisation.


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