Community Circus in Auckland's CBD
Built in 1910, the Campbell Free Kindergarten building is one of the best examples of Arts-and-Crafts style architecture in Auckland and is one of the CBD's most recognisable heritage buildings. It has stood neglected at the outskirts of the city's Victoria Park for over twenty years. Now it has been restored to its former glory and its classrooms are filling up once more. The space is playing host to circus performers of all ages, thanks to its new tenants - the Circability Trust. Jeanette Pinker is the Circability Trust's co-ordinator in Auckland.