Registrations now open for Bombay’s 150th celebrations

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For the past two years, members of a committee has been planning events that will celebrate 150 years of settlement at Bombay.

 

These celebrations will take place on the weekend of March 13, 14 and 15, 2015, beginning with a Friday night get-together, a Family Festival and Dinner on Saturday, finishing off on Sunday with a church service and bus tour of the district.

Michelle Knight, secretary of the organising committee, says registrations for the weekend are now open.

“We have had some registrations come in already,” says Michelle,” but strangely, the majority have come from outside of the area.

“There has been one from Canada and others have come from Auckland and beyond.”

Order your copy of book on Bombay’s history

A book is being compiled for the occasion and this can be ordered through the registration process.

The following are members of the Bombay 150th Anniversary Committee. If you know anyone of these members, talk to them and find out more about the weekend celebrations: Bev Adams, Suzanne Braks, Neville Flay, Garth Wilcox, Murray Sutton, Peter Hannaford, Nadia McFadden, Mavis Glasgow, Tracey Weight, Charlotte McCort, Margaret Cunningham, Robert Lum, Magan Ranchhod, Susanne Stone, Lyn Dawbin, Michelle Knight, Sue McLellan, Nola Smith, Jill Wilson, Janet Anderson, Linton Stewart, Judy Maxwell, Dave Roberts, Noelene Flay, Ron Dawbin, Sandra Hannaford, Paul Peterson, Jim Roberts, Paula Roberts.

Or, for more updates see www.bombay.school.nz or for further information email Murray Sutton: sutton.ms@xtra.co.nz

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  1. John Tuohey Reply

    Would you please send details of costs and prices for all of the functions.

    • Rhys Coffin Reply

      Hi John, what functions were you looking at?

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