ODT - Towns Bid to Become a Dark Sky Community - September 2017

August 2017  What a huge congratulations to the Ancient Briton, and Jan and Adrian for winning the supreme award with their Provenance Lamb Shoulder, slow cooked and served with grilled haloumi, caramelised shallots, roast yams, turnip and root vegetable medley and a sweet sherry jus.    Also to Dave and Glenys Crutchley who "grew" the lamb.  You can see the full article if you click on the link below.

Inaugural Eat, Taste Central Otago



August 2015
Congratulations Stu!!

Warmest congratulations to Naseby Vision's long-serving deputy chairman on being a recipient of a Central Otago Award for a lifetime of service to Naseby and the Maniototo. He was presented with his award at a special event in Roxburgh on 4 September.

‘Son of Naseby’ and quiet achiever, Stuart Hore, was described by the judges as `a get in there and do it character whose massive contribution has helped put Naseby on the map.’

For many decades Stuart has shared his skills with the Naseby community wherever they’ve been needed, in his trademark affable and obliging way.

His astonishing and far-reaching involvement has spanned innumerable projects, clubs and activities and has been honoured in life memberships of Naseby’s bowling, golf and curling clubs, and the volunteer fire brigade.

Decades of service with the Naseby Borough Council, the Naseby Volunteer Fire Brigade, the Naseby Curling Club, local school committees, and the Naseby Bowling Club, not to mention Naseby Vision, demonstrate the extraordinary passion that Stuart has as a true champion for his community.