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Bombay Truck Show

Bombay Truck Show 12 February 2022 THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED FOR NOW – WE WILL LET YOU KNOW WHEN IT IS HAPPENING .  Come and see a massive variety of massive trucks all in one place! This huge event takes place every two years and truck enthusiasts have an opportunity to come and see …

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Trees of Remembrance

Franklin Hospice Supermarket Trees of Remembrance We have Trees of Remembrance in Pak’nSave and Countdown North in Pukekohe for our supporters to remember their loved ones who are no longer here as they support Franklin Hospice.. Due to this year’s Covid restrictions, the trees are all on their own, with a QR code which links …

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Riverhaven Artland Summer Sculpture Weekend

Riverhaven Artland Summer Sculpture Weekend 29-31 January 2022 For three days over Auckland Anniversary weekend, visitors can wander Riverhaven Artland’s sprawling sculpture park, while helping raise funds for Franklin Hospice. This is the third year in a row that the Blundell family have offered up their sculpture park to help support Franklin Hospice. We are …

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The great Hospice yarn bombing challenge 2021 update!

The great Hospice yarn bombing challenge 2021! Our incredible community has helped us accomplish this amazing project. We had so much knitting and crochet handed into us, that we had to bomb our letterbox as well! We spent a fun morning decorating the tree and wheelbarrow and we are pretty pleased with the results! Take …

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The Franklin Hospice Garden Festival CANCELLED

The Franklin Hospice Garden Festival CANCELLED Although we had to cancel this event in 2021, we are working on an event just as fabulous.   WE apologise for any nconvenience The event will  take place at Winsford Gardens in Ramarama and we will have wonderful stalls, food and entertainment.        

Riverhaven Artland 29-31 January 2022

Riverhaven Artland Sculpture Park 29-31 January 2022 For three days over Anniversary weekend Aucklanders can wander Riverhaven Artland’s sprawling sculpture park, while helping raise funds for Franklin Hospice. This is the third year in a row that the Blundell family have offered up their sculpture park to help support Franklin Hospice. An entrance fee of …

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Hospice Yarn Challenge Update.

The great Hospice yarn bombing update Lockdown has been good for our yarnbombing participants! We have had more time to knit and crochet and have some fun with it. We are still aiming to wrap the tree in mid October so as soon as we hit level 2, we will need all the knitting to …

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The great Hospice yarn bombing challenge 2021!

The great Hospice yarn bombing challenge 2021! Get involved with helping Franklin Hospice showcase our brilliant community. We have been challenged to yarn bomb our tree as part of a National Hospice competition. We have a wonderful tree which we will be decorating (first picture.) The second picture is to give you an idea of …

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The Franklin Hospice Garden Festival 20 & 21 November 2021

The Franklin Hospice Garden Festival 20 & 21 November 2021 Every two years, Franklin Hospice holds their famous garden ramble where the public can go visit gardens in the Franklin area. A few years ago, it was decided to try out having a market and festival at one garden location over a weekend on the …

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