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Jo Seagar celebrates birthday supporting Hospice Tairawhiti

Jo Seagar celebrates birthday supporting Hospice Tairawhiti

Celebrity chef Seagar is pictured having a coffee at the Hospice Tairawhiti pop-up cafe yesterday with barista Grace Chesley-Ingle. Picture by Paul Rickard

Happy birthday Jo . . . Jo Seagar feels like she made 250 new mates after last night’s event at The Vines Restaurant at Bushmere Estate.

The evening followed a morning of coffee and home-baking at the Hospice Tairawhiti pop-up cafe in Peel Street, which is open all week for Hospice Awareness Week.

Mrs Seagar said they raised lots of money last night, with about 250 people there to learn some baking tips, and they had lots of laughs.

“It was a wonderful atmosphere. That’s Gisborne, it is so refreshing and great to be here.”

Today is Mrs Seagar’s 63rd birthday and she was off to lunch with a group of women who bid for the occasion last night. All funds raised will go to Tairawhiti Hospice.

Happy birthday Jo . . . Jo Seagar feels like she made 250 new mates after last night’s event at The Vines Restaurant at Bushmere Estate.

The evening followed a morning of coffee and home-baking at the Hospice Tairawhiti pop-up cafe in Peel Street, which is open all week for Hospice Awareness Week.

Mrs Seagar said they raised lots of money last night, with about 250 people there to learn some baking tips, and they had lots of laughs.

“It was a wonderful atmosphere. That’s Gisborne, it is so refreshing and great to be here.”

Today is Mrs Seagar’s 63rd birthday and she was off to lunch with a group of women who bid for the occasion last night. All funds raised will go to Tairawhiti Hospice.

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