The 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.
We are in the running for Meadow Fresh Cafe of the Year awards.
You can vote for us by texting 1313 to 3336 or by visiting www.nzcafeoftheyear.co.nz
It’s all down to votes so please share as this is pretty exciting for our new little cafe!!!
The Village Cafe Whatawhata code is 1313.
This September Hamilton is celebrating Pride week.
The Village is proud to be part of this celebration of diversity with a family fun day on Saturday September 17th from 11am.
Cafe owner Gen Rorke is excited about the event, ” We’re really looking forward to hanging out with our diverse community of all you solo-parenting, same- sex parenting, opposite sex parenting, kinda-parenting parenting“, she said.
Those who want to celebrate the rainbow members of their family, and those who want to support and be in it for the fun, head along to The Village Cafe, 1 Rothwell Lane, Whatawhata, Hamilton, 3298.
With Winter seeing the general populas in hibernation, Amanda has decided to close Tuesday and Wednesday until Spring.
Click here for the Farm Shop hours.