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Carterton Anzac Day Ceremony - Friday 25 April 2014
The format for the mornings proceedings are as follows:
10.30 am - Assemble at the Carterton District Council Offices located in Holloway Street which is the first street on your right (heading north) past the clock tower in the centre of town. The Council office is situated directly behind Video Ezy.
10.45 am - Parade forms up outside the Carterton District Council Office, Holloway Street.
11.00 am - March to the Cenotaph via High Street for wreath laying ceremony.
11.30 am - March via High Street to the Carterton Events Centre, Holloway Street for formal proceedings, guest speakers and combined church service.
After the formal proceedings there will be an invitation to go to the Carterton Memorial Club, Broadway where a light lunch will be provided for everyone in attendance.
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The Carterton Charles Rooking Carter Community Awards
The Charles Rooking Carter Community Awards is an annual awards programme created in 1994 to publicly acknowledge and celebrate the volunteer work, business innovation and achievements of members within our community.
This year the council have reviewed the current awards structure and added four new categories to further recognise outstanding people, organisations and/or businesses.
Click here to find out more or download a Nomination Form
Planning on visiting the Carterton region or have family coming to visit and need somewhere to stay? The Carterton Holiday Park offers a park like setting with individual private sites. It is close to the shops, parks, swimming baths and the entrances to the Tararua ranges. The park offers 24 powered sites, numerous non-powered and tent sites. It also boasts 6 fully furnished, heated and carpeted self-contained units sleeping up to six people (bring your own bedding or hire from us) plus 4 budget cabins. The park also has well equipped communal facilities. Click here to find out more.....…..