Back in May this year, a group of students from Te Puni Village in coordination with the Victoria Plus Programme, Volunteer Wellington and The Friends of Mount Street Cemetery, volunteered their time to provide some much needed care and maintenance to the cemetery. One of the Te Puni volunteers – Kahu Kutia, a first year BA Media Studies student from Whakatane, wrote a guest blog post, telling us of her experience of the day. You can read Kahu’s post here.

Thanks to Volunteer Wellington, we now have some footage from the day which we’ve edited into a short video clip. It features a few of the volunteers giving their thoughts on volunteering and why they took part as well as a few words from our very own Jane Fletcher!

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