We've named our Hammock Girl!

Posted in Competitions, News
Published: 5/09/2012

We've christened  'The Lady in the Hammock'

Thank you to all our Look After Me hosts, guests and visitors to our site who entered our competition to help name our 'Hammock Girl'.

Many of you voted for our suggestions but we had some great contributions and suggestions.

The names that made it into the final vote were: (in no order):

Lady Gwendolyn

Pasithea (Goddess of Relaxation)


Ahu (Maori name meaning 'Look After or Care for)


Lady Leticia




Aroha (meaning love)

Countess Genevieve


The name Ahu (a Maori name meaning 'look after' or 'care for') won the most votes, followed closely by Aroha, and Pasithea.

Voting took place during a Celebration Evening to acknowledge the contributions of our Work Placement Programme in August 2012 in Rotorua. 

Once Ahu had been christened, the prize draw took place, from all those who had entered on-line and on the night. The Voucher for two nights accommodation was won by Jayne Koia, who co-incidently was in the room and delighted with her prize.