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Madcaps would like to acknowledge the huge amount of support that they received in running the highly successful Christmas Parade. From us it’s a big vote of thanks to the following companies and groups whose assistance made the event possible:

  • South Wairarapa District Council, Brackenridge Country Retreat & Spa, Neighbourhood Coffee House & Roastery, Union Square Bistro & Bar, Peppers Parehua, Stonecutter Martinborough, 51 Jellicoe Smart Hub, Martinborough Hotel, Medici Café, Pain & Kershaw, Kitcheners Café, D’Vine Hair & Beauty, Scotty’s Meats, Good Times Food Truck, The Martinborough Sweet Shop, Fresh as a Daisy, It’s Quite Cool, The Bach, Wine Bank, OMG Café, The Grocer Martinborough, Colombo Vineyard,Lismore House & Vineyard, Moy Hall, Pete Doherty and The Fern &  Thistle Pipe Band, Resima Haulage, Fulton Hogan, Wairarapa Times Age, Masterton District Council. 
  • Not to forget the large number of volunteers who worrked together to make this  such a fun event. 
  • MADCAPS  is planning for this year’s Parade to be even bigger and better with worthwhile prizes for the best floats. So all you sports clubs , companies and other groups start pooling ideas for your great entry.

 

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