Masonic Hotel (some would say TAB) corner of Duke and Commerce Streets Cambridge New Zealand. More here (below Santa).
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A most effective window display for the 2011 Ag. Fieldays annual Big Little Town Retailer’s Window Dressing Competition has won Madison’s of Duke Street Cambridge the First Runner Up prize. Madison’s theme the Farmer’s wife is the Farmer is nicely done with a goodly dash of style and retail display nous.
Warwick Roberts chair of Agricultural Fieldays, Helen Hicks, Andrew Taylor Fieldays volunteers with Maree Kaati Manager Cambridge i-SITE in Duke Street, Cambridge this evening. The task; judging shop window displays for the Fieldays Big Little Town competition. The judging team has travelled the far reaches of the Waikato and into the King Country to judge retail window displays in Raglan, Te Aroha, Morrinsville, Matamata, Tirau, Tokoroa and Otorohanga as well as here in Cambridge. Oh, and I forgot the dog – not sure of the name – but he? did have a very firm and friendly handshake! Results of individual town competitions will be published on Monday. The Fieldays begin next Wednesday the 15th of June 2011, just down the road, at Mystery Creek.
1904-1966 The Waikato Independent established in 1904 in Cambridge New Zealand by David Pirani and celebrated by Cambridge Museum Cambridge New Zealand.