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Old racecourse glamour

The restored building is a glamorous setting for events. PHOTO/FINELINE PHOTOGRAPHY

 

Wedding planner Paula Bevege captures the essence of ever-popular rustic themed events. PHOTO/FINELINE PHOTOGRAPHY
Wedding planner Paula Bevege captures the essence of ever-popular rustic themed events. PHOTO/FINELINE PHOTOGRAPHY

Wairarapa’s offering of wedding and event venues has grown by one with the opening of Rose & Smith at Tauherenikau recently.

Nestled in the heart of the Tauherenikau Racecourse, Rose & Smith at Tauherenikau is a stunning boutique venue, named in honour of the “Rose & Smith Builders” who built the Tea Kiosk in 1923.

Wairarapa Racing Club have teamed with event and wedding planner Paula Bevege to restore the Tea Kiosk to is former glory all while retaining its vintage charm.

Club Secretary of the Wairarapa Racing Club Matthew Sherry said the venue would provide an “unforgettable trip down memory lane to the style and grace of olden day racecourse glamour”.

“This is a very special place, we want to restore our buildings as well as share them with as many people as possible, so everyone gets to experience the magic of Tauherenikau.”

With 20 years’ experience in the wedding and event industry, event and wedding planner Paula Bevege brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the table.

She said she was “delighted and proud” to be able offer people an “amazing venue in a fabulous location matched with exceptional service and cuisine”.

 

The new menu is a big part of the business. PHOTO/FINELINE PHOTOGRAPHY
The new menu is a big part of the business. PHOTO/FINELINE PHOTOGRAPHY
Outdoor spaces capture the charm of the racecourse setting. PHOTO/FINELINE PHOTOGRAPHY
Outdoor spaces capture the charm of the racecourse setting. PHOTO/FINELINE PHOTOGRAPHY

 

 

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Emily Ireland
Emily Ireland
Emily Ireland is Wairarapa’s Local Democracy Reporter, a Public Interest Journalism role funded through NZ On Air. Emily has worked at the Wairarapa Times-Age for seven years and has a keen interest in council decision-making and transparency.

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