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Laycock’s Collision Repairs has been in the panel beating industry in Christchurch for over  90 years.  The company first opened its doors in 1924 and  was situated in Durham Street
Richard Burman Turner (Service number 6/166) was a First World War soldier with links to Woolston.
The Halswell Pottery Group has been a force on the Christchurch ceramics scene since its inception in the 1970s.
Armagh Court, a modern complex of 10 commercial premises running south off Armagh Street between Durham and Montreal Streets Damaged in the 2010 & 2011 earthquakes it was demolished in
Ruru Lawn Cemetery opened in 1941. It covers 15.14 hectares and has granite and bronze plaques set at ground level. It has a large Returned Services Association section, and separate
Eversleigh Street runs between Springfield Road and Caledonian Road, in St Albans. First appears in street directories in 1904. Named after Eversleigh, an estate in Springfield Road.   Robert Buchanan
The Celebrating Halswell Heritage topic brings together images of Halswell from other topics in Kete Christchurch.
The Halswell Community Hall has been a focus for community activities in the Halswell area since 1913.
Anthony Thomas Forsyth (Service Number 3/671) enlisted for the First World War with a Peterborough Street address.
William Collins (Service no. 6/1266) was a First World War soldier with links to Manchester Street, Christchurch.
Richard Atkinson Wilson (Service no. 34198) was a First World War soldier with links to Hornby
A festival in Christchurch of street art by various artists presented by Oi YOU!