Friday, March 1, 2024

All things bright & merry

Whilst you are making your list and checking it twice, here are some ideas for last minute stocking fillers, thoughtful Christmas present and not-so-last-minute Christmas tree!

Anne Mowles and Sandra Sunderland

Knitted with love

The newly installed 2.7 meter high, hand-knitted Christmas tree that stands tall at Pakuranga Park has added good cheer around the village as it is a true labour of love.

Hand-knitted and crocheted by the zealous village knitters, the project kicked off in late September.

The frame of the tree was made by a friend of the village out of timber dowels and fiberglass rods and is covered with 400 peggy squares.

All hands were on deck as the decorations were hand-made by villages staff and the Santa hats were created by Care Facility residents.

“This has been a wonderful project to be involved with and special thanks goes to Ann Mowles, Cornelia Depensar and Averille Schmidt for the hours and hours they put in stitching the Peggy squares together and bringing the tree to life,” says Chris Bull, Welfare coordinator at Pakuranga Park.

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