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Hawkes Bay Events

Filed under: General — Dr Dad @ 12:19 pm Tue 26th June 2007

It is now time for me to announce Dates and times for the events coming up in Hawkes Bay
There will be a protest outside the Napier Family court on thursday 26/7/2007 from 12noon to 1pm. There will be another one outside the Hastings family court on Friday 27/7/2007. Then the Republican party will have their Hawkes Bay launch on the Saturday and Sunday 28 and 29 July, again a meeting in Napier and Hastings, but I will let them anounce thier times and venues themselves.
I am keen for as much support as possible. We have TV1 lined up to come (though whether they actually come is a bit of a lottery). I am confident we will have at least 15 people protesting and I have hopes that it may be as many as 30.
This will be a strictly legal but hard hitting protest. Anyone is welcome to come along and support us and if you want to say something on the megaphone then please talk to me about it. All reasonable contributions are welcome, we just need to take care that we stay within the law.
It is best to contact me via comments on this post, or I will be posting a phone number in the next day or two.
For those people outside of Hawkes Bay who wish to come we can probably arrange low cost or no cost accomodation. We welcome anyone who wishes to join in, including grandparents, kids, partners etc, although we do call ourselves the fathers coalition, we do welcome women, mothers, girlfriends etc.
See you at the protest!!!!

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  1. See you there. At this stage I plan to hitch and have neither accomodation or money to pay for it. I got used to cardboard boxes in a carpark at the hight of my living on the streets protest: but hope there may be other alternatives available.

    Comment by Benjamin Easton — Mon 2nd July 2007 @ 4:14 pm

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