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Over the last few years there have been a number of Charity Barns across Christchurch. 130 Moorhouse Avenue Ferry Road Charity BarnAt the corner of Ferry Road and Ensors Road.
Christchurch City Libraries’ annual Photo Hunt is an opportunity to discover photographic treasures that reconnect Cantabrians to cherish, celebrate and commemorate our past.
Reginald Cuthbert Vincent was a First World War soldier who served in both Gallipoli and the Western Front.
At the corner of Ferry Road and Ensors Road.
One of Christchurch’s original streets named in 1850 after an Irish bishopric.
With its large network of waterways and rivers and swampy terrain, Christchurch has been prone to flooding since its inception. There have been floods in various parts of the city
Ferrymead Heritage Park was formed in the 1960s by a group of enthusiasts with the aim of preserving local heritage for future generations to enjoy.
The former home of the Canterbury Jockey Club and of the Christchurch Stock Exchange.  Built in 1912 it was designed by the architectural firm of Luttrell Brothers.  The jockey club
A community space that was established post-earthquake to give Cantabrians a site to run transitional activities and home for a number of post-quake organisations.
Dudley Creek begins in Bishopdale and runs through Papanui, Mairehau and St Albans to Shirley. Parts have been attractively landscaped but other parts are still a boxed drain.
This is a community run orchard situated at 581 Marshland Road.
Christchurch and Canterbury have a strong network of over 30 community gardens as well as other groups promoting food resiliance.
Named after Antigua, a colonial bishopric, Antigua in the West Indies.