Wednesday, 14 February this year marks the first anniversary of Cyclone Gabrielle.
As one of the hardest hit regions, Hawke’s Bay communities have worked together, united and aligned, with a collective goal of ensuring Hawke’s Bay is a prosperous, sustainable, and resilient region.
The region’s Councils and partner agencies have been working to plan a thoughtful, considerate, and cohesive programme of community events that enables all Hawke’s Bay’s communities to recognise the first anniversary of Cyclone Gabrielle in a way that works for them.
On this day, there will be a range of different ways for people to show their support as Hawke’s Bay stands together to commemorate one year since Cyclone Gabrielle:
In whichever way Hawke’s Bay’s communities choose to mark the first anniversary, 14 February will provide an opportunity to acknowledge the courage and resilience shown by everyone affected by Cyclone Gabrielle.
To find out more about the Council-organised public events, visit www.hawkesbaytogether.co.nz.
29 January 2024
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