A vine old time

Action for the whole family over Labour Weekend

Action for the whole family over Labour Weekend

LOUNGING AND VINES: Rose Clarke (left), Ross Clarke, Phoebe Riddell, Max Logan, Gareth Hopkins, Fraser Hopkins, Amy Hopkins and Jackie Hopkins enjoy a relaxed, convivial atmosphere a TW Wines.
Sisters Kate and Isabelle McGhie enjoy a sweet treat.
Englishwoman Rebecca Hunter gives it her best shot on the mechanical bull.
STREET FOOD FIESTA: Another large and hungry crowd enjoyed the Heart of Gisborne Street Fiesta in Grey Street on Sunday. Jack Tomoana keeps a careful eye on a batch of mussel fritters.
WACKY RACES: Hand/eye coordination and corking skills were vital to one of the events during the Wine and Food Festival on Sunday as festival-goers Rachel Cook (left), Greg Cook and Luke Batten cheerfully discovered.
Jordyn Haley gets airborne in an old-fashioned sack race.
Megan Symon, Esme Symon, Lola Eriksen and Theo Eriksen take a break from the family-friendly challenges to enjoy candy floss snacks.
AN ACE TIME AT BRIDGE ESTATE: This group got decked out in their tennis whites for a double hen’s party for brides-to-be Roze Rodden and Jarrah Dawson.
WAIHIRERE WHANAU DAY: The scenic and Waihirere Domain provided a relaxing and fun atmosphere for the Waihirere Whanau Day event. Manaia Matenga takes a lick of her ice cream while watching the goings-on with her nan Joan Matenga.
Two-year-old twins Ebony and Lexus Andrews get stuck into tubs of yoghurt.

Labour weekend is now the first sunny weekend of the summer, observed one Wine and Food Festival goer on Sunday.

Labour weekend is now the first sunny weekend of the summer, observed one Wine and Food Festival goer on Sunday.

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