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Bluelight Kids Gone Fishin Event

Where: Waikawa Foreshore Reserve, Waikawa Road, Picton, Sounds, Marlborough

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: dean34m

Kids Gone Fishin is a series of national kids events based around fishing and outdoor activities. The aim is to give kids a day of fun, and to encourage parents to spend quality time with their kids in healthy outdoor activities.

The events are organised and run by the New Zealand Police Blue Light in association with local Blue Light Branches and local Community Sponsors with the format varied to suit local resource and requirements.

This year, the event is being held on Sunday 28th February 2021 at Waikawa Foreshore and Wharf at Waikawa Bay in Picton. The competition will run from 10 am to 12:30pm with an ongoing sausage sizzle, and spot prizes throughout.


- To encourage better relations between young people and their parents, the police and the community
- To prevent crime and anti-social behaviour by exposing young people to different experiences and a healthy socialisation process in a safe, supervised environment
- To raise self esteem amongst young people and to encourage appropriate life skills
- To promote “safe play”

We believe that:

- If young people feel good about themselves, then they can shape a positive future for themselves.
- Helping young people to set appropriate goals and providing positive re-enforcement of constructive behaviour have proved to be effective influences on improving the outlook for young people. Involving police and other positive role models, such as sporting heroes, is one way in which this is emphasised.
- Involving families is absolutely crucial. Where possible, parents, caregivers and families are enabled through Blue Light activities, such as the Bluelight Kids Gone Fishin’ programme, to share quality time with their children.

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