Don Goodall will take a light-hearted look at the importance of sanitation in the development of New Zealand at this lunchtime talk.
He will discuss long drops, short drops, potties, night carts and everything related to the disposal of human waste before our sewerage systems existed.
About Don Goodall
In his working life Don was a teacher, city planner, researcher and scientist. He has lived and worked in Turkey, Greece, Brazil, Argentina, United Kingdom and briefly worked in a nuclear power station in England.
Don has been associated with several of the books in the True Tales Series: Hikurangi-Hukerenui, Mountains and Memories, based around Maungatapere-Maunu and most recently True Tales of the Tutukaka Coast and Northern Coromandel. These are social histories and which have provided new information about these small country districts.
No booking required. Seating is on a first come, first served basis.
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