Pop-Up Shops at The Village

The Village is pleased to announce that we are making our cabins available as Pop-Up shops.

These cabins are approx 2.5m deep x 3.5m wide, and are available for short-term rental.

If you have a budding business, a room full of pieces of art, a sports massage practice, or you sell handmade leather hand bags, this could be the ideal space for you to share your work with the wider community!

Our priority will be for locally made products/ services, and will extend to imported goods provided there is sufficient evidence that you are adding value or it is a unique product.

Food products will only be permitted provided the items are made in a certified kitchen, and you have the appropriate food safety certs. Food prepared or served on site and liquor are not permitted.

If you are interested in renting the space, please check out all the info by clicking here!

The Village Christmas Market

The Village Christmas Market Promo

We are having a Christmas Market on Sunday 10th December from 10am -2pm!

The Village Christmas Market is to be focused on handmade NZ products & crafts.

It will help promote The Village and the great things that are available at The Village Farm Shop all year round.

This is a chance for our Supply Partners and their networks to bring their range’s of beautiful products and crafts to our community, and just in time for Christmas shopping.

Tell your friends, come along and buy NZ made this Christmas!

It is suggested that you make use of School Road for parking, which is a three minute walk to The Village.

Dogs allowed, however, they must be on a lead, and you must carry poop bags. 🙂

If you wish to attend the market as a stallholder please email farmshop@thevillage.kiwi for an application form.

The Village Welcome Ray White Real Estate!

IMG_1327The Village Whatawhata, have added another service to their growing community.

The growth is thanks to the committment of Dave and Julie Hanna, of Ray White Raglan, who have opened a new office in Whatawhata.

Having decided to add additional real estate options for their customer base, Whatawhata’s growing development and increasing popularity, (for so many reasons; including primary school, locality to the city, and spectacular views), was a logical location to set up shop.

Currently working out of The Village Farm Shop space, while they are closed for their winter Break, Ray White will have their own space onsite at The Village by September, when The Farm Shop re-opens.

The addition of Ray White to The Village is a much welcomed one. The vision of The Village owner, Genevieve Rorke, was that it would be home to several different services for locals, and that is really starting to be realised.

K9’s & Coffee

img_0460The Village Farm Shop along with 4UR Paws, Woofas Doggone Delights and Kool K9 training Ltd would like to invite you and your dog out for a coffee at The Village Cafe.

Shinneal and Megan will be available to help you chose the best treats and accessories for your pooch.

It’ll be a great chance to meet other dog owners, swap ideas on training, and talk behaviour with Joanne, all while enjoying the atmosphere of The Village.

As per council regulations all dogs must be on a lead. And we don’t want any dogs left htied up alone, this is a day for you and your pooch to hang together!

Click here to see our event listing on Facebook.

 

The Village Welcome Ray White Real Estate!

IMG_1327The Village Whatawhata, have added another service to their growing community.

The growth is thanks to the commitment of Dave and Julie Hanna, of Ray White Raglan, who have opened a new office in Whatawhata.

Having decided to add additional real estate options for their customer base, Whatawhata’s growing development and increasing popularity, (for so many reasons; including primary school, locality to the city, and spectacular views), was a logical location to set up shop.

Currently working out of The Village Farm Shop space, while they are closed for their winter Break, Ray White will have their own space onsite at The Village by September, when The Farm Shop re-opens.

The addition of Ray White to The Village is a much welcomed one. The vision of The Village owner, Genevieve Rorke, was that it would be home to several different services for locals, and that is really starting to be realised.

Christmas Hours for The Village Businesses

With the arrival of Christmas just around the corner we thought now was a good time to fill you on on our business hours over the festive season.

However, firstly we’d like to thank you for your support of our fledgling businesses over the past 11 months. Without your regular trips in and the introduction of your friends and family to The Village our year could have looked quite different!

The Village Cafe will be closed from 2pm on Christmas Eve, reopening on Jan 7th at 8am.

The Village Farm Shop will be closed from 4.30pm on Friday December 23rd, reopening on Janurary 13th at 9.30am. Open Fri, Sat and Sunday’s only until Feb 7th when they will resume regular hours.

The Village Boutique will be closed from Christmas Eve and will reopening on Janurary 10th.

We we wish you a relaxing and enjoyable time this festive season, and look forward to seeing you after our breaks!

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