Redefine will be held on Saturday 9 September 2017 at the Taradale Town Hall, on the corner of Meeanee and Lee Roads, Taradale, Napier from 10am – 4pm.

Enter Now!

If you’re a keen charity shopper with a creative flair, make sure you enter Redefine!

Just buy an item from any recognised charity shop nationwide and re-purpose it in one of six fun categories:

  • Book Worm - Liberate a book from the shelf
  • Surprise Us - Completely change item from its original purpose
  • Shabby Chic It - Refurbish a furniture item
  • Rework It -  Transform a piece of clothing
  • Domestic Goddess - Whip your kitchen gadgets into whimsical creations
  • Hat Trick - Children create an astonishing hat (just for the kids)

Entries close Friday 1 September 2017

Download the Registration and Entry forms here

PAY YOUR ENTRY FEE online here

Prizes will be awarded to the six Category Winners, the People’s Choice Winner and the Overall Winner.

PSEC Charity Shops

  • 14 Joll Road, Havelock North
  • Cnr Gloucester and White Streets, Taradale
  • 47 Carlyle Street, Napier

Buy tickets!

Only $10 for family of four, $5 per adult and a gold coin donation for children.

Redefine will be a fantastic day out with activities for the whole family, including shopping and demonstrations for adults and children. All Redefine entries will be on display.

 

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For more details about Redefine please contact the Event Manager on 06 877 8193 x 716 or email fcmadmin@psec.org.nz

Redefine 2016 Overall winner Carla Allen 373

Carla Allen, who entered and won the overall prize at 2015’s Redefine, was rewarded for her amazing effort taken to recreate a set of drawers into an exquisite Stitching Station, by taking home the winners title in the 2016 Shabby Chic it category and overall 2016 Redefine winner yet again! Carla also won third equal the People’s Choice Award Judges comments included ‘stunning – so much detail and work!’ and ‘…phenomenal – we love the workmanship!’

All funds raised go to support Presbyterian Support East Coast's vital social services: Enliven and Family Works.