Look at these wonderful jars of plum jelly made by Rose for her neighbourhood. Her neighbours in Raglan were very lucky!

Heather organised a 'Progressive Picnic' for her neighbours in Tāmaki Makaurau. The aim was to to reconnect with your neighbourhood in a safe, fun, and inclusive way. Everyone packed a picnic, their favourite chair or blanket and got to socialise with their neighbours.

Brigid from Morningside, Whangārei muralled her house and the wall of her corner store with the aim to lift spirits in her neighbourhood. She also runs the local Pātaka Kai and Little Free Library in her area and her next project is to install a community noticeboard.

Paula and her neighbours got together to learn to harvest kūmara.

“We plan to teach others how to grow their own and create a delicious meal with it by packaging it up as a gift, with info about our community garden space with a welcome to participate invitation.” - Paula

Kate from Ashburton organised a multicultural food festival for Neighbours Day Aotearoa.

“Hakatere Marae was a great venue and most people were there for the first time. Someone ran a Neighbours Day bingo which was enjoyed by people of all ages. The Pinata was the biggest hit with the kids!” - Kate

Forrest Hill residents had a Neighbours Aotearoa plant swap

Braving the tropical Southland weather to set up this awesome pātaka kai outside Aurora College in Invercargill.