28th Annual Charity Car Show

Sunday 21st January 2024 10.30am - 2.00pm

Inglewood High School front field, Rata Street, Inglewood

Organised by the Rotary Club of Inglewood, the 2024 event will be the 28th show which will feature displays of up to 400 cars, motorbikes and vintage machinery. Funds raised will be for Marinoto Rest Home and the Rotary House upgrade project. A BBQ, cold drinks, coffee caravan, and trade stands are all on site at each show.

Contact Gloria O'Dowd 022 4570258, Show Secretary, with enquiries.

Major Sponsor CSR Custom Street Rides  


Rhododendron Festival - October to November annually

Taranaki Garden Trust

The Fringe Garden Festival October 28th - November 6th

link to website at http://www.taranakigardens.com 

also link to

Taranaki Rhododendron & Garden Festival at http://www.rhodo.co.nz

Inglewood Swimming Pool


An Inglewood Lions Club project.

Open again in January 2024


Open weekends
Saturday 11 am - 5 pm
Sunday 11 am - 5 pm
Public holidays and weekdays by arrangement
Opposite Number 94 Windsor Road Inglewood
Adults (15yr and over)- $8
Entry fee to main maze
Children (under 15yr) - $4 


Tyre maze, picnic area, children’s games, and bouncy castle all free

Weekly prize draws for maze competition ($50)

Final draw at the completion of the maze to the value of $500

 Enquiries to:Inglewood Information Centre, FunHo! Toy Museum, Rata Street, Inglewood.

(06) 7567030 or Website link:  http://www.maizemaze.co.nz/

Inglewood Town Message Board

Local energy provider, NOVA Energy is now the supplier of electricity to the Inglewood town messageboard. Under an agreement reached  between NOVA Energy and the Inglewood Rotary Club, NOVA Energy has agreed to support the sign and message board because of it's value to the community. The time as displayed at the top of the board is synchronised with the World Atomic Clock and the Temperature is digitally recorded at the sign, in the shade and 2m above ground level and is accurate to within half of one degree. The Annual Average Daily Traffic Volume as published by the LTSA for 2009 for that part of Rata where the sign is situated was 11,079 vehicles per day, so visibility is very high and many commuters take a keen interest in what messages are displayed and what the outside temperature is (everyone believes the temperature when it says -3 degrees but never believe it when it says 33 degrees!).



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