Before re:Invent there was this! Nothing like some back-to-front posting! Featherston Story #6.
After my lovely chat with Siv and Kara on ReCooper8 the other night, it struck me that over the last few years I’ve covered quite a lot of stories from Featherston. So, over the next few days, I’ll be re-releasing some my favourites, starting today with Rethinking Featherston. First aired in November 2014, this piece is … More Featherston Stories #2
Following on from their successful engagement and consultation with the people of Featherston, the Victoria University School of Landscape Architecture students are back! And this time with dozens of beautifully crafted ideas for the spaces and places of Featherston, Wairarapa! I, along with many other locals, turned up to the Re:Invent Exhibition the Anzac Hall … More Rethinking Featherston #2
Students from the School of Landscape Architecture at the Victoria University are working in partnership with the community of Featherston, the Community Board and South Wairarapa District Council to develop design scenarios and site-specific design solutions for our town which reflect our community’s desires and are practical and affordable. On 17th July 2014, nearly 100 local Featherston … More Rethinking Featherston
I’ve never been a fan of clowns. Creepy, in my view. Plain creepy. I wouldn’t say I’m afraid of them (a fear of clowns is called coulrophobia, by the way), but I wouldn’t want to meet one in a dark alley. Or a brightly lit one, come to think of it. And on a recent … More You try telling me clowns aren’t scary!