The ‘Raglan Calendar 2021’ is now on sale at the Raglan Bookshop and Bow St Gallery, both on Bow St, for $20 to raise funds for Friends of Wainui Bush Park.
This year’s calendar, with an updated design and images, has been created by Raglan Food Co and features photography by Leonie Anholts. The 2020 calendar sold out before Christmas, so a few more have been printed this year. Imagery include surfing, as well as many well-known scenes around Raglan and including Te Toto Gorge and Waireinga Falls.
Friends of Wainui was formed in 1993, mainly by members of Raglan Ramblers (formed in 1991). Both offer free membership and welcome new participants. Friends of Wainui has work mornings on the second and fourth Monday of the month from 9am. Raglan Ramblers walks usually start at 9am on Wednesdays from James St.
Friends of Wainui has planted a bit over 10 hectares of the 140 hectare council reserve with about 15,000 trees. Work is now mainly keeping tracks clear and weeds and pests under control – ring 825 7866 if you’d like to help.