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# 183711 27-Oct-2015 15:28
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So I saw a sign up last week for Trentham Fireworks display in Lower Hutt for the 31st October. $5 per ticket. However I can't find any detail online.

Does anybody know about this. Do I need to buy tickets online or do I pay at the gate.

Thanks in advance.





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  # 1414789 27-Oct-2015 15:38
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Usually pay at the gate.






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  # 1414791 27-Oct-2015 15:39
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Is there any more details?
Where do I go?
What time?

Thanks





 
 
 
 


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Uber Geek


  # 1414849 27-Oct-2015 16:22
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It's in Upper Hutt. The Upper Hutt council website should have details.



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  # 1415919 29-Oct-2015 08:43
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Found one advert the Hutt News. Nothing on the Hutt City Council Website :(

I found this from 2011:
http://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2015/oct/upper-hutt/upper-hutt-rotary-fireworks-fantastic

Finally found this, The only search result on the internet:
http://www.thebreeze.co.nz/The-Breeze-Wellington-Community-Notices/tabid/1131/articleID/6562/Default.aspx






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  # 1416508 29-Oct-2015 21:53
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jimbob79: Found one advert the Hutt News. Nothing on the Hutt City Council Website :(

I found this from 2011:
http://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2015/oct/upper-hutt/upper-hutt-rotary-fireworks-fantastic

Finally found this, The only search result on the internet:
http://www.thebreeze.co.nz/The-Breeze-Wellington-Community-Notices/tabid/1131/articleID/6562/Default.aspx



That is because it is in Upper Hutt, not Lower Hutt. Hutt city Council is not Upper Hutt, it is the council for Lower Hutt. You want to go to the Upper Hutt council website. Stupid council didn't change their name back when, people reverted the name back to Lower Hutt, so they confuse everyone, but that is typical of councils. Also there are likely details in the Upper Hutt a leader paper, the hutt news again is for Lower Hutt, not Upper Hutt

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