People: Cromwell Wine and Food Festival

Beth Fairbairn and Jamie Blair, both of Dunedin, with Brenda and Des Gill, of Invercargill.
Beth Fairbairn and Jamie Blair, both of Dunedin, with Brenda and Des Gill, of Invercargill.
Rosie Whiting of Palmerston North, and her mother, Heather Whiting, of Alexandra.
Rosie Whiting of Palmerston North, and her mother, Heather Whiting, of Alexandra.
Craig Adams of Christchurch, Charles Keenan (14) of Middlemarch, and Angus McCutcheon (15) of...
Craig Adams of Christchurch, Charles Keenan (14) of Middlemarch, and Angus McCutcheon (15) of Middlemarch.
Sisters Amanda Hodge of Wanaka, and Felciity Hodge of Dunedin.
Sisters Amanda Hodge of Wanaka, and Felciity Hodge of Dunedin.
Grey and Sue Russell with Andrew and Nicola Allan, all of Bluff.
Grey and Sue Russell with Andrew and Nicola Allan, all of Bluff.
Tony Roberts, Simeon Wilson, Rachel Wilson and Maree Roberts, all of Christchurch.
Tony Roberts, Simeon Wilson, Rachel Wilson and Maree Roberts, all of Christchurch.

Cromwell Wine and Food Festival, Old Cromwell Town, Saturday, January 2, 2016.  PHOTOS BY: Lynda Van Kempen.

Copies of photos can be purchased from: otagoimages.co.nz

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