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Covid-19 restrictions sees stone sculpture show postponed

A stone sculpture show, which is a popular drawcard over summer, has been postponed until January 2023 due to Covid-19 restrictions. (File Photo)

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A stone sculpture show, which is a popular drawcard over summer, has been postponed until January 2023 due to Covid-19 restrictions. (File Photo)

Covid-19 regulations have resulted in the postponement of a stone sculpture exhibition, which is held along a stretch of New Plymouth’s popular Coastal Walkway.

Te Kupenga Stone Sculpture Symposium has been a fixture in the arts calendar for more than 25 years but will not be held in January next year.

On its website, organisers said it was the first time it had postponed the event, but that Covid-19 regulations had made it “very difficult” to organise a safe event for all.

The stone carving and exhibition will now take place in January 2023.



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