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 Located at 140 Main Road Main Road, Redcliffs untill the 2010/2011 earthquake sequence closed the school. Temporary location at Truro Street, Sumner
Formerly located at 180 - 184 High Street, on the Lichfield Street, Manchester Street and High Street corner. Badly damaged n the 2011 earthqukes the building was demolished  
A Catholic church has been on this site since 1878.  The 19th century church was demolished in 1999.  The original church hall remains behind the new church.  A presbytery was
The Air Force Museum was opened in 1987 and is located at the now closed Wigram Air Base
Portstone was built in the 1860s. In 1971 new owners Bruce and Maureen Currie Page renamed it Portstone and used it as part of their Portstone Nursery business. Portstone was
St Barnabas is an Anglican Church in Fendalton, registered with Heritage New Zealand as a Category I heritage structure
William Samuel Bussell (32415)was a First World War soldier with links to Marshland.
A brief description of the effect of the Influenza Pandemic of 1918 on Linwood Cemetery, Christchurch, NZ
Park with block wall, multi-play structure, roundabout, see-saw & swings. Now in the residental redzone.
A local park with playground including see-saw, slide & swings. Also has a basketball half court. Area of Park: 9,274 square metres Perimeter of Park: 589 metres Avonhead Scout Group
Gap Filler aims to temporarily activate vacant sites within the central city with creative projects, to make for a more interesting, dynamic and vibrant central city.
3 Hectare park with Dog exercise area and Childrens Playgroung
Charles Horace Maffey was a First World War soldier with links to Sumner.
George Sissmore Lavie was a First World War soldier with links to Sumner.
South Brighton Bowling Club is located in the South New Brighton Park
51 Chester Street West is situated on corner of Durham Street North and Chester Street West. This was the site of the former Kent House, Radio New Zealand House, which
A First World War Memorial plaque, located on the corner of Wakefield Avenue and Nayland Street, Sumner.
Albert Gordon Peck was a First World War soldier with links to Sumner.