Website editor’s note: If you are in the greater Wellington area and would like to celebrate New Zealand’s 5G Free status, please diary date the following events.
Bring your lunch, your kids, your dog and let’s get together to celebrate our naturally 5G free environment.
Would you rather skip protests and community hall meetings, and instead prefer to appreciate the natural beauty and companionship all around us?
Do you want to meet others who share your preference of a 5G free New Zealand?
Then read on…
Come have a chat, bring the kids and your lunch and enjoy a picnic in the sun.
Celebrate with us our beautiful 5G free environment, be it in the park, on the beach or in the bush.
Upcoming gatherings – Wellington region:
- Sunday 20 October 11am to 2pm: Otari-Wilton’s Bush, Troup picnic area
- Sunday 17 November 11am to 2pm: Red Rocks on the beach near the visitor centre
- Sunday 8 December 11am to 2pm: Belmont Regional Park, Oakleigh St entrance, picnic tables
- Sunday 19 January 11am to 2pm: Queen Elizabeth Park, Paekakariki picnic area
You can recognise your local host by their orange fluoro vest.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Website editor’s note:
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We now also have an Events Page in which events relating to 5G will be listed as information comes to hand.
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