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Christchurch and Canterbury have a strong network of over 30 community gardens as well as other groups promoting food resiliance.
Named by the Canterbury Association surveyors who laid out the boundaries of the original city within roadways called ‘belts’ or ‘town belts’.
Named after a colonial bishopric, Montreal, Canada.
Fitzgerald Avenue runs from Bealey Avenue to Moorhouse Avenue.
One of Christchurch’s original streets named in 1850 after an Irish bishopric.
Cranmer Square
Named after Queen Victoria (1819-1901).
19th Century timber cottage, located at 704 Ferry Road, Woolston.
Aberbeen Street runs from Manchester Street to Madras Street.
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
The Avon River / Otakaro starts in the suburb of Avonhead and winds for 14 kms through Christchurch City to the sea.
Thomas Arthur Raxworthy (Service no. 26/204) was a First World War soldier and former employee of Christchurch City Council
James Michael Hagerty (Service no. 7/64) was a First World War soldier with links to Upper Riccarton
Harewood War Memorial, located at Harewood School, 721 Harewood Road.
In 2011, the Canterbury earthquakes saw 22 of 23 buildings at the Arts Centre close for a while.