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10 Days to go...

NEWSLETTER
We are excited, you are excited, the anticipation is mounting and in full festival styles we thought it be appropriate to give you a list of what you may need to bring to immerse yourself in the full Splore 08 experience...

LIST OF THINGS TO BRING
Tent/Caravan/Housetruck/Van - allocated areas for camping styles
Sleeping bag/bedding
Torch & batteries
Insect repellent (v important)
Sunscreen & moisturiser
Sunglasses and Sunhat
Lip protection
Fully charged mobile phone (coverage for both Telecom and Vodafone available)
Togs and Towel
Lilo, Inflatable tyres, floaters or any great floating device
Costume for Butterfly Zoo (very important)
Cash and Eftpos to upload your AWOP card with
Panadol
Toothbrush/toothpaste
Prescription medicine
Bright Colourful Funky and Fun festive clothes and costumes
Raincoat/Umbrella/Gumboots (just in case)
Warm and dry change of clothes (just in case)
ALSO... No Pets, no glass or alcohol to be bought onto site


TXT COMPETITION: Sorry that the txt number was left out last week - you still have a few more days to TXT FROLIC to 515 to go into the draw to win some excellent prizes including a Spaceship Campervan loaded with lots of Splore goodies. Competition closes on 31 January with winners notified on 1 February

SCHEDULES ARE UP FOR THE FOLLOWING:
Music
Workshops
AV
Visual Arts
Kids Zone
BUS TRANSPORT:REMEMBER YOU HAVE UNTIL FRI 1 FEB TO BOOK YOU BUS - Travel in comfort, no traffic woes and help save the planet. We will be running bus transport from Auckland city on Fri 8 Feb leaving from Britomart and K Rd bus stop and one stop in Manukau City CBD. We will ensure the bus pick up from Britomart coincides with ferries from Waiheke Island and Devonport. There will be two picks up - one early afternoon 1pm and the other 6.15pm. The buses will return on Sunday at 2pm and 5pm. For more information email info@splore.net. Bookings are essential and need to be made by 1 Feb.

FOOD AND MARKETS: Check out our selection of delicious food and markets.

REFRESHMENTS AT SPLORE 08: Thanks to the support of our great sponsors we have available to quench your thirst and get you up in the morning the following great beverages:-
Gravity Coffee
Good Water
Benger Juices
Red Bull
Sol Beer
Jagermeister
Sacred Hill
26000 Vodka
See you all very soon


ENDS

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