MANY MUSHROOMS: Sandra Gray of the Arrowsmith Naturalist Club was one of the knowledgeable people on hand to provide information at the Mushroom Festival at the North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre in Errington on Sunday. Hundreds of people

Mushroom festival a big draw in Errington

Perhaps more than 1,000 people packed the grounds of the North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre to learn about and purchase wild mushrooms

MANY MUSHROOMS: Sandra Gray of the Arrowsmith Naturalist Club was one of the knowledgeable people on hand to provide information at the Mushroom Festival at the North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre in Errington on Sunday. Hundreds of people, perhaps more than 1,000, packed the grounds of the centre to learn about and purchase wild mushrooms. For more photos from the event, visit our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/pqbnews.

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