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Passport Visa Stamps Popular

Published: Tue 19 Dec 2000 02:12 PM
A popular and free activity over the 150th Canterbury Anniversary weekend was the stamping of visa stamps into the Canterbury Passports.
"My hand is still aching from stamping hundreds, probably thousands, of passports at the Son et Lumiere and Victorian Garden Party," says Turning Point 2000 administration manager, Maureen Downes.
"The special stamps were so popular that we have arranged for them to held at the Canterbury Museum information desk until the end of January for anyone who wants to get the passports stamped," she says.
And Canterbury Passports can still be bought for $9.95 from the Museum, the Christchurch Cathedral, Events in Mind, 668 Colombo Street, and Turning Point 2000.

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