Children’s Day faces the chop

The fate of a popular local event is hanging in the balance, as the Mid Canterbury Children’s Day committee desperately seeks more members.
For nine years on the first Sunday of March, local Children’s Day celebrations have brought smiles to the faces of thousands of local littlies with free activities from face-painting to bungee jumping, rides, entertainment and family fun. But unless more helpers get involved, this year could have been the last, chair Alice Czerski said.

“At the moment, we just don’t have enough people on board.”

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