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In response to the State of Emergency declared in Hawke’s Bay this week due to the extreme fire risk in the District, and in the interests of ensuring we deliver the safest possible event, we have decided to postpone the event until 7-9 April.
Over recent days we have been in close contact with those farmers and landowners providing access to their properties for the trek. Many have raised concerns about the conditions and the increased risk. We are extremely grateful for the support we have had from local farmers in planning this event and believe the best approach to demonstrate our respect and support for them is to delay the event.
Please get in touch with us at hereworth4WD@gmail.com with any queries or to register for the new dates.
The Old Boys’ Association provides a substantial Old Boys’ Scholarship annually as well as providing financial assistance with projects within the School and is actively involved in the school’s governance with a Board of Trustee representation.
Driving through the biggest sand pit in Hawke’s Bay (Cape Kidnappers to Ocean Beach) was a lot of fun, getting the vehicles through the sand dunes took a while and plenty of assistance was required…
Following a gourmet feast of butterflied legs of lamb with vegetables and berry pavlova roulade for dessert, Saturday night's auction raised over $8,000 for the school and $2,000 for the LoweCorp Rescue Helicopter.
Stagger Inn (the bar) with refreshments to wash down the dust and sand – it proved to be a popular spot, after all it was a bar with a sea view…priceless.
For more information about this event please email firstname.lastname@example.org