Reefton's busy working bee

Published date10 August 2022
Publication titleWest Coast Messenger, The
A load of bark had been delivered to make a soft-fall pit under the climbing equipment, and people turned up with wheelbarrows, rakes and shovels to get the job done in quick smart time, while others weeded and did a general tidy up

Lunch was provided in the form of bacon butties, scones, fruit, bread and cups of tea.

"All the work was done and then some," lead teacher Jo Newburry said.

"The whole Reefton Early Learning Centre team would like to thank everyone who turned up and helped - we couldn't have done it without you."

Max Turnbull, who attends the early childhood centre...

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