Artwork by children from Foxton's sister city in Japan is on display in the Horowhenua town.
All 10 artworks were done by children from Narita, about 50 kilometres east of Tokyo, as part of a sister city arrangement.
The artworks will remain on display in Foxton Library until April 14, and will then be moved to the Youth Space at Te Takere until May 5.
As part of the Easter school holiday programme at the Youth Space, Horowhenua children will create artworks to be sent to Narita.
- Manawatu Standard
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