You’re invited to our readers’ spring luncheon

Join us at NZ Life & Leisure special event and hear the incredible Jane Falconer of Clachanburn Country Garden talking about how she created a Garden of National Significance. The event raises funds for Ranui House, the South Island’s home for those undergoing medical treatment at Christchurch hospital.

Your ticket includes:
✿ A delicious two-course luncheon with
dessert platter.
✿ Two glasses of Stoneridge Estate wine, plus tea and coffee.
✿ Lucy’s Rose, a shrub rose from renowned breeder Tasman Bay Roses.
✿ Free delivery of Lucy’s Rose within
the Otago region*.
✿ A copy of NZ Life & Leisure’s November/December issue.
✿ A free raffle ticket for a luxury
Central Otago weekend for four**.

Jane’s young granddaughter, Lucy (right), received two years of leukaemia treatment in Christchurch and during the long months that Jane and the family supported Lucy they greatly benefited from living at Ranui House. In gratitude, Jane promised to raise funds for Ranui House. All proceeds from the fundraising Lucy’s Rose will go to Ranui House Trust.
Lucy’s Rose is a hardy shrub rose, disease-resistant and slightly fragrant with quartered rosette-shaped flowers and dark glossy foliage.

Location: Stoneridge Estate,
756 State Highway 6,
Queenstown 9371
price: $160 per person including free
delivery of Lucy’s Rose to any Otago address
($10 delivery, approximately, elsewhere)
Date: Friday, 18 November, 2016
Time: 11.45am to 2.15pm


ORDER YOUR TICKETS BY CALLING 0800 695 433 or order directly online here

NZ Life and Leisure This article first appeared in NZ Life & Leisure Magazine.

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