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Tuesday, 23 April 2019 09:53 am

Sacred Heart takes pride in locally crafted wares

PICKLED FRUITS: Neil Reinsborg sells home-made jams and relishes.

KITCHEN OFFERINGS: Neil Reinsborg sells home-made jams and relishes.

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STARTING POINT: Craft market organiser Karen Arraj-Fisher.

HAND-MADE toys, jewellery and home baking were on display at Sacred Heart Primary School for its Made in Petone arts and crafts market at the weekend.

The free event is a general fundraiser for the school and  a venue for people to showcase and sell their handiwork.

It is the fourth one held this year, providing “a perfect starting point for up-and-coming craft designers”, says organiser Karen Arraj-Fisher, a member of the school’s Parent Teacher Association.

She says the final tally of funds raised is not yet known.

Stall holders must have a connection to Petone either by living or working in the area, making the market unique.

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