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Silky Hogg

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Silky Hogg


Hi, we’re Team Silky Hogg from the sunniest town in NZ, Blenheim. I’m Heidi Silk a self-employed beauty therapist & my partner Rodger Hogg, a first-class local builder who admits to knowing next to nothing about cars, will be joining me for our first ever Pork Pie Charity Run. After seeing the 2015 run, I just knew I had to join. Who knew It would take 6 years for me to do it!

The say opposites attract. We’ve known each for 14 years after Roger built a show stopping house for myself and then 3 years ago when we both found ourselves single. The steady, methodical Roger who hobbies include extreme deep thinking with not a lot of outward communication (although it’s a work in progress), made a move on the mini, fast, firecracker, Heidi and life has never been the same since.

We have the honour of driving my daughter’s, Bianca (Binks) 1979 Mini 1000. Originally Binks was supposed to join me for this exciting venture across New Zealand but unfortunately is unable to make it due to her graduation in Wellington. But don’t you worry pork pie crew, you will get the opportunity to meet Binks and her younger brother, Tom as we continue through to the top of the south. Both Binks and Tom were both taught to drive in the mini making this journey a family affair to remember.

The mini is in great shape but we’re definitely looking at installing some sound proofing and a little bit of poof to the seat to make the 2500km trip a little more comfortable! Roger joked about reclining seats, but the seat covers will have to do! This will be a fabulous opportunity to not only support a great cause but also replace some bits and bops on the mini. Special thanks to old school local mechanic / friend, Geoff Node who will be helping get the mini ready for its big crossing.

We are super excited for this mini adventure and are looking forward to meeting so many new people who enjoy everything mini as much as we do.

Heidi & Rog

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KidsCan is helping Kiwi kids living in hardship reach their full potential and create brighter futures for themselves. 

We provide Kiwi kids in need with food, clothing and health items at school and early childhood centres, so they can get into the classroom in a position to learn. KidsCan does this because we believe that education equals opportunity, and all children, regardless of their social economic background should have an equal chance. 

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