Mr Plimmer and his dog in Wellington, New Zealand. Lyss (dog) used to walk by him every day on her way to work. John Plimmer June 1812 – 5 January was an English settler and entrepreneur in New Zealand who has been called the "Father of Wellington"
bronze hands installed in central Wellington as part of the project Ornamental Thoughtfulness. Anonymous tokens of generosity or thoughtfulness. The intention is that others will use the little hands too, for leaving small items.