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Fully Booked Remains of the Clay: From Waterways to Railways, Pocket Parks and Pottery


West Auckland
Date

Friday 6 October and Saturday 7 October, 10.30am-12.30pm

Venue

New Lynn War Memorial Library

3 Memorial Drive, New Lynn

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Cost

Adults: $5
Children: free

Enquiries

Bookings required

Spaces are limited

Contact Robyn Mason

022 353 4903

remainsoftheclay@gmail.com

Website

facebook.com/TeToiUku/

portageceramicstrust.org.nz

Details

Te Rewarewa / New Lynn is tucked between the Waitematā and the Manukau Harbours. The Whau waterway reaches into New Lynn's interior, with a major arterial route and a railway running through it.

New Lynn's transport connections are central to its identity. These connections were critical for the development of its brick making and ceramic industry.

Join Robyn Mason (Auckland Festival of Ceramics) on a tour of the places and remnants of an industry that produced sewer pipes for the city and crockery for the country.

The walk reveals the storied landscape around us. It provides an appreciation of our urban waterways, pocket parks, the remains of our industrial heritage, and public art in civic places.





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