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This Week in Our Wellington enewsletter

The Mayor's Pick of the Week: Community Garden Open Day

SAT 27 NOV | FREE ENTRY
Explore the city’s community gardens this spring as they throw open their doors to showcase what they’re all about. This is your chance to see some of Wellington’s best kept secrets – from the tucked away plots of Innermost Gardens in Mount Victoria to the hidden orchards of Brooklyn and the brimming beds of Kaicycle, Newtown’s very own urban farm. Check out this week's newsletter to find out more and see what else is happening in our city.

 

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