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Who profits from Spring into Tawa?

Spring into Tawa is run by the Tawa Residents’ Association as a not-for-profit event. Stallholder fees go towards the costs of running the event – including closing the road, advertising, rubbish bins, generators, portable toilets, and stage and sound equipment.

How is Spring into Tawa funded?

Spring into Tawa is funded by stallholder fees, sponsorship, and grants. We apply to local organisations for grants.  The 2020 event will be funded with the generous support of grants from the Tawa Community Board, the Hutt Mana Community Trust, and sponsorship from One Agency - Tamsin Davidson.

How do I get a stall at Spring into Tawa?

Applications are now open - click on one of the  links "Stallholder Registration" or "Food Truck Registration". In previous years, we have had more people wanting stalls than we had space for so get in quick. If this is the case, we will operate a waiting list.

How many people attend Spring into Tawa?

As an open-air and free entry event, it is difficult to estimate the numbers who attend. A conservative estimate for 2019 was around 5,000 – 6,000 people, and this increases each year.

How much does it cost?

Head over to our Stallholder Info page for details on stall costs.

Can Spring into Tawa support my fundraising efforts?

Many of the local and community stalls at Spring into Tawa have a fundraising focus. This is a wonderful opportunity for local groups to raise funds for their projects. We love that we can support so many great causes in our community.

How do I find out more information about the event?

Keep checking the On the Day page and follow us on Facebook (click the Facebook button below to go to our page) for updates on the event, including confirmed stallholders, entertainers, food trucks, and activities.


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