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March 2000, Volume 11, Number 2

A Blooming Good Time

The small community of Inglewood bloomed bright in mid-February as its Sunflower Festival attracted more than 2500 people into the town centre.

The festival, which received support and advice from Community Employment, was this year run in the town's centre so that local retailers as well as craft stall holders could benefit from the crowd.

The festival included sunflower, art and hair braiding competitions, as well as prizes for categories such as the most outrageous sunflower hairstyle and the best children's market stall decorated in a sunflower theme.

Inglewood Crossroads Promotions festival manager Brett Muir says there was a lot of family involvement in this year's festival, with some families scooping several prizes in the competitions.

The festival aims to bring new visitors into the community, increase opportunities for local retailers and craftspeople, and to raise the profile of the community as a good place to live and do business.

Other stories about Festivals:
Pacific Showcase - Pacific Underground (February 2001)
Celebrating Its Past - Celebration Lyttelton Trust (October 2000)
Mini Festival Brings Samoan Community Together - Ministers' Fraternal Group (June 2000)
Fantastic Week for Rural Women - Positively Clutha Women (June 2000)
Entries Sought - Wastebusters Trust Canterbury (May 2000)
Floral Attraction - Fefine Fekumi (April 2000)
A 'Brilliant' Performance - Aotearoa Traditional Maori Performing Arts Festival (March 2000)
Picton Fizzing - Picton Urban Design (January 2000)
Cavalcade Rolls into Middlemarch Community - Middlemarch Community (March 2002)
Festival Keeps Getting Better - Pasifika (March 2002)
Celebrating Diversity - Enterprise Otara (October 1999)
Festivities Bring Tokelau Community Together - CEG (April 2002)
Teamwork Wins Over - Hurunui Lakes Promotion Group (May 2002)
'Most Beautiful Place in the World' Sees the Light - Barney Whaitiri (March 1999)
Street's Ahead - Cuba Street Carnival Collective Trust (July 2002)
Festival Booms - Pasifika (March 2003)
Festival Raises the Profile of Lawrence - Lawrence Summer Arts Festival (March 2003)
Entertainment and Colour - Cuba Street Carnival Trust (January 2004)
Providing Opportunities - Pasifika (July 2004)
Bold, Outrageous, Wild - Central South Island Tourism (December 2004)
Other stories about Revitalisation:
Stick to the Vision - Oamaru Whitestone Civic Trust (June 2001)
Nobody Somebody Everybody - He Iwi Kotahi Tatou Trust (September 2001)
Multiple Benefits from Work in Okains Bay - Te Waipounamu Wharekauri Trust (September 2001)
Promoting Small Town Renewal - A Kit for Small Town Renewal (October 2001)
Following a Dream - Whakaki Lake Trust (February 2001)
Back on Track - Kawakawa On Track (February 2001)
A Greener South - South Coast Environment Centre (February 2001)
New Approach to Sustainability - Buller Community Development Company (April 2000)
Community Bank Attracts Interest - Palmerston Gateway to Gold Service Facility (March 2000)
Lights, Camera, Action, Jobs - Canterbury Film and Television Services (January 2000)
Picton Fizzing - Picton Urban Design (January 2000)
Developing a Community Blueprint - Hinepukohurangi Trust (December 1999)
Growing Momentum - GROW (November 1999)
Communities Take Control - Cheviot Promotions Group (October 1999)
Common Goal - Te Mahurehure Marae Cultural Society Incorporated (May 2002)
Teamwork Wins Over - Hurunui Lakes Promotion Group (May 2002)
Fun Ho at Inglewood Thanks to Community Enterprise - Fun Ho National Toy Museum (June 1999)
Trolling Around - Mike Stone (March 1999)
Door Knocking Finds Part Time Jobs - Hauraki Enterprise Agency (March 1999)
Growing a Forest Park - Milnthorpe Park Society (August 2002)
Safety in Design - Tracey Pomare (September 2002)
Forest Restoration Provides Win-Win - Tere Te Kawa (December 2002)
Piece of Happiness - Tamumu Trust (December 2002)
Attracting Visitors to Te Aroha - Future Te Aroha (January 2003)
Resource for Everyone - Borland Lodge (January 2003)
Steaming Into The Future - Hooterville Heritage Charitable Trust (May 2003)
Sprouting Forth - Dargaville Community Gardens Trust (June 2003)
Seeing the Light - ITP Reefton Promotions (August 2003)
Creating Access - Kauri Coast Development Board (September 2003)
Taking the High Road - Selwyn District Council (August 2004)
Real Kiwi Town - Eketahuna Mainstreet Inc (December 2004)
CONTACT
Brett Muir
Inglewood Crossroads Promotions
P O Box 14, Inglewood
Phone (06) 756 7030
Fax (06) 756 7864
email: funhotoys@taranaki.ac.nz

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