In the 1950s voluntary groups flourished in country towns. Some, such as Carterton’s roller-skating club, appealed to the growing number of young people, products of the post-war baby boom. The Carterton Jaycees built this rink in 1957 using over 35 tonnes of concrete and many hours of voluntary labour.
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