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Vincent Place runs off Opawa Road
Named after Ōpāwaho, the Maori name for the Heathcote River. The area known today as Opawa derives its name from the pā once located where the present-day Judges Street and
First World War Memorials and Monuments in the Greater Christchurch area.
Located at 192 Richardson Terrace (corner of Richardson Terrace and Opawa Road)
Located at 192 Richardson Terrace (corner of Richardson Terrace and Opawa Road)
Named after Gloucester, an English bishopric.
Named after Edward Garland (d.1893).
Heaton Manson was a former student of the Wharenui School who lived for several years in the Riccarton area and served in the New Zealand Expeditionary Force during the First
The Opawa Community Church is a congregation of the Methodist Church of New Zealand and is located at 3 Aynsley Terrace on the the corner of Opawa Road and Aynsley
The Opawa Community Church is a congregation of the Methodist Church of New Zealand and is located at 3 Aynsley Terrace on the the corner of Opawa Road and Aynsley
Named after Antigua, a colonial bishopric, Antigua in the West Indies.
Cathedral) Square was originally named Ridley Square. Named after Nicholas Ridley (1500-1555), Bishop of London and an Anglican martyr. Named in 1850 by surveyors Captain Joseph Thomas (b. 1803?) and
James Horne Aitken (Service no. 6/4) was a First World War soldier
Winds arround the Avon River from Antigua Street to Fitzgeral Avenue. Named by surveyors Joseph Thomas (b. 1803) and Edward Jollie in March 1850. One of the original Christchurch streets
Named after the Anglican bishopric of Armagh in Ireland.
Located at  24 Union Street, the corner of Union & Collingwood Streets, New Brighton . The church was seriously impacted by the earthquakes, and lost the 98-year old worship centre.