Thursday April 5, 2018
Competitors engage in the egg-tossing contest. The winners were whoever still held an intact egg after five rounds, which saw an increase in the distance tossed each time.
PHOTOS: Jamie Adams
‘Pace Egging’ with Morris dancers There was frivolity at Central Park when local families joined Wellington’s Morris dancers in the annual Easter Fun Pace Egging event on Sunday. Children brought decorated eggs to compete
for prizes following performances from members of the Britannic Bedlam Morris Gentlemen and White Rose Women clubs. They all then gathered to participate in eggrolling and egg-tossing competitions.
Miramar’s Amy Hesketh, winner of an egg-rolling contest, with her Joseph Parker design.
Brooklyn’s Tom Curtain, 11, with his impressive egg-hosting rocket he entered in the bestdecorated egg contest.
Milli Kiechle-Kane, 6, and Lucy KiechleKane, 11, who won the best-decorated egg competitions in their respective age groups, hold their designs with their chocolately prizes.
Britannic Bedlam Morris Gentlemen show off their dancing skills.
White Rose of Wellington Morris dancers have their turn under the sun.
Participants of the adults’ eggrolling contest launch off. The winner was whoever got their egg closest to a golden egg “jack”.
Cook Strait News 05-04-18