People: The Oamaru Whitestone Civic Trust Victorian Fete

From left: Koru Parry (10), Cynna Brazil (11), and Maya Murray (11), all of Kakanui, Jorgie (10)...
From left: Koru Parry (10), Cynna Brazil (11), and Maya Murray (11), all of Kakanui, Jorgie (10) and Olli McDiarmid-Jones (9) of Oamaru, and Iza Brazil (9) of Kakanui.
Priscilla Ho of Hong Kong, with Yan Yuan and Wenwen Gong, both of Shanghai.
Priscilla Ho of Hong Kong, with Yan Yuan and Wenwen Gong, both of Shanghai.
From left: Clare Sandbrook, Christina Fox, and Nikki Sandbrook, all of Whanganui, Daniel Gray of...
From left: Clare Sandbrook, Christina Fox, and Nikki Sandbrook, all of Whanganui, Daniel Gray of Blenheim, and Wayne Sandbrook, Caitlin Arthur and Nick Arthur, all of Whanganui.
Noel and Franceen Bradshaw, of Oamaru, with Fay Wells of Christchurch.
Noel and Franceen Bradshaw, of Oamaru, with Fay Wells of Christchurch.
Sophie Manning-Hilton (16) and Louis Grace (17), both of Dunedin.
Sophie Manning-Hilton (16) and Louis Grace (17), both of Dunedin.
Ariyana (4) and Nelunka Ormandy, of Oamaru.
Ariyana (4) and Nelunka Ormandy, of Oamaru.

The Oamaru Whitestone Civic Trust Victorian Fete, Sunday, November 15, 2015.  PHOTOS BY: Hamish Maclean.

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

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