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Upper Hutt Leader : July 6th 2011
16 UPPER HUTT LEADER, JULY 6, 2011 What's on Where www.wowupperhutt.com Visit www.wowupperhutt.com and sign up to our great e-newsletter and you are in the draw to win a fabulous iPAD. Terms & conditions apply Tel: 04 527 2113 www.h2oxtream.com email@example.com what'sOnath2OXtream Tel: 04 527 2168 www.expressions.org.nz firstname.lastname@example.org What's On at Expressions Rugby World Cup 2011 - Counting down The warm-up to the biggest sporting event in New Zealand's history has begun. Now is the time to secure your tickets. The fnal release of RWC 2011 tickets went on sale on July 4, after which tickets will remain on sale until allocations are exhausted. You can purchase tickets at http://tickets.rugbyworldcup.com It is frst come, frst served so make sure you get in quick! The Cossie Club is getting in on the action; kicking off with All Blacks legend Michael Jones sharing his insight into what is required to win the World Cup, at the Cossie Club's Annual Sports Dinner, on July 28. For further information on the evening contact the Cossie Club reception 04 529 0009 or email@example.com It is also the last chance to Win Two Tickets to the Cossie Clubs Sporting Legends Dinner. John Kirwan & David Campese will be guest speakers, with Mike Copeland, as Master of Ceremonies. Email your our local sporting legends suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org (one entry per person) stating who your legend is and one of their achievements by the 13th July 2011, and go into a draw to win two tickets to the Legends Dinner. The offcial RWC 2011 Roadshow and Webb Ellis Cup will be in Wellington at the Wellington Railway Station on July 13th, with Tamati Coffey broadcasting live in the morning for TVNZ Breakfast. The Roadshow will tour the country in July, with twenty-seven locations being visited, commencing with Bluff on July 4 and fnishing in Auckland on July 31. It brings the chance to experience what Rugby World Cup 2011 will be like, as well as experience some unique REAL New Zealand Festival events and take part in competitions and giveaways. So if you are in Wellington city, get down to be part of the warm-up to the biggest event in New Zealand's sporting history. Get in behind RWC 2011; take a look at the handy online toolkits that have been created for individuals, community groups, businesses and schools. Decorate your streets, workplaces and schools with RWC 2011 fag bunting. 'Adopt a second team' for the tournament, to show your support and to welcome visitors to New Zealand - creating a truly international event! Visit www.nz2011.govt.nz/get-involved for ideas, resources and information. Find out what else is going on in Upper Hutt during Rugby World Cup 2011 at www.upperhuttcity.com/RWC2011 CHANGE OF MAINTENANCE CLOSURE DATES H2O Xtream will be only be closed from 1-7 August 2011 with the major closure from 5 February-12 March 2012. For info, please ask at H2O Xtream reception, tel: 04 527 2113 or visit: www.h2oxtream.com We apologise for any inconvenience july school holidays wiN Visit H2O Xtream twice in the July school holidays and LIKE us on Facebook to go in the draw to WIN the latest i-PAD! PLUS Competitions from 1-3pm every weekday with mean prizes to win! For info visit www.h2oxtream.com
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