Having mapped the emergency resources in our neighbourhood as part of get Ready Week 2014, my neighbours Heather and John thought it was high time they had some water stored around their property, just in case. The Wellington Regional Emergency Management Office (WREMO) are selling 200 litre rain barrels through the Council office for $105, so Heather bought one for John’s birthday, and a few months later during the long January dry, I gave John a hand to install it.
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Beautiful work by Leigh soon to be spotted in the Tarawa St-Tilley Rd Precinct, Paekakariki. Seems a shame to ever rub it off.