FWT year under way

The Farming Women had a successful 'mix and mingle' event

The Farming Women had a successful 'mix and mingle' event

(From left) Maree Cave, Sandra Faulkner, Deidre Tamalin were among them.

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Rebecca Barclay, Mandy Loffler and Shelley McIntosh joined in the event.

Farming Women Tairawhiti (FWT) held a very successful "mix and mingle" get together at The Vines recently to get their year under way in style.

In a word "excellent" was what attendees thought of the event.

Farming Women Tairawhiti (FWT) held a very successful "mix and mingle" get together at The Vines recently to get their year under way in style.

In a word "excellent" was what attendees thought of the event.

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