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Ngaio Town Hall & Community Centre
The Ngaio Town Hall is a good representative example of an early 20th century civic building, designed in an Arts and Crafts style. The Ngaio Town Hall is a civic building with a long history of community use. It was first proposed by the Ngaio Progressive Association in the early 1920s and built to a design by the Wellington City Council City Architect. It has an association with the establishment and growth of suburban Ngaio. The building is an obvious display of community spirit that became evident in Wellington’s fledgling suburbs in the early 20th century. It was built at the behest of the local community and was funded by a local rates levy. It is likely to be held in high public esteem by its local community. (information courtesy of Wellingtoncityheritage.org.nz) Ngaio Town Hall is suitable for meetings and events, community fairs, preschool and after-school groups, and other recreation and leisure activities.