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Madras Street, runs from Edgeware Road to Moorhouse Avenue
Named after the English bishopric of Manchester.
Probably named after a street in Oxford, England, The High
Established 1858 by the Rev. Charles Fraser (1823-1886) of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church. Often called the 'Scotch Cemetery' because of its links to the Presbyterian Church but open to people
A small local park in Disraeli Street featuring the.'Is Man an Ape or Angel?' sculpture Area of Park: 1,864 square metres, Perimeter of Park: 245 metres  
A local park with block wall, multiplay structure & swings. The land was purchased in 1860 by Cornelius O’Connor (c1826-1916) and it stayed in his family for almost 140 years.
Mairehau Primary School, located at 43 Mahars Road opened in 1953 as a co-educational state full primary school.
Shopping Mall located at the corner Buckleys Road and Linwood Avenue Related Eastgate Mall website
Street in Richmond
At the edge of the Residential Redzone
Located at 148-154 Gloucester Street, Christchurch This timber building was the second Theatre Royal on Gloucester Street. Designed by Alfred Simpson, it was constructed in 1876 to replace the first
Located at 148-154 Gloucester Street, Christchurch This timber building was the second Theatre Royal on Gloucester Street. Designed by Alfred Simpson, it was constructed in 1876 to replace the first
Corner 6 Eversleigh Street and 78 Springfield Road, St Albans, Christchurch Hadleigh was built in 1904. Formally listed as a New Zealand Historic Places Register as a Category 2 historic
Lancaster Park was formerly known as Jade Stadium, and AMI Stadium. The AMI Stadium naming rights have been transfered to Rugby League Park.. Demolition of the stadium started in 2018.