Why would there be two reasonably large Christmas trees sitting on the greenbelt beside the old Leamington Factory on the corner of Carlyle Street, Rotoorangi Road and Lamb Street in June?
I particularly like this idea and the other almost lighter than air string affair featured in the day gallery.
Waipa Family Kite Flying polo grounds Leamington NZ Saturday 7 MAY 2011
Cambridge Polo ground Leamington New Zealand
Cambridge Community Marae Centrally located and minutes away from Lake Karapiro, Hamilton Airport and Mystery Creek Events Centre. A one hour drive to Tauranga, Rotorua and Raglan and 90 minutes to Auckland and Taupo.
The Cambridge to Lake Karapiro portion of Te Awa – the Great New Zealand River Ride (Ngaruawahia to Horahora).
What’s on Cambridge New Zealand Armistice in Cambridge
Cambridge Community Marae, Leamington, New Zealand
There are 1600 plus vehicles in the WRCH2010 Park & Ride Blue P1 Lamb Street car park at the Cambridge Polo
Google Karapiro Half Ironman sign Shakespeare and Lamb Streets
Park & Ride Blue (northern and western traffic) for the 2010 Rowing World Championships – which I take to be the paddock to our right. Silage has been harvested and the big green bales removed this morning – a very productive form of grooming.
The Cambridge – Karapiro cycleway walkway our portion of the Te Awa The Great New Zealand River Ride passes in, the west, from the Cambridge greenbelt on the edge of Leamington through Pukekura, along Maungatautari Road
A good place for a quick break and a cup of tea. Built in 1903 the water tower is found beside Resthaven Resthome in Paine Park – part of the Cambridge greenbelt on the corner of Vogel Street and Hamilton Road SH1 on the western edge of Cambridge.
The Leamington Medical Centre team at today’s Cambridge Molenberg SUB Event held annually from the Cambridge Pole Grounds in Lamb Street Leamington. There are a few more photos in the day gallery.
Cricket on Victoria Square, Bowls at Cambridge Domain, Polo on the Greenbelt Leamington
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The Cambridge 2010 North Island Pony Club Show Jumping Championships team Nick Brooks (coach), James Flett, Natalie Ron, Victoria Cropp, Caroline Kennedy, Ashleigh Flett, Kayla and Dianna Kennedy (manager).
Cambridge team member Caroline Kennedy on Kala Bella discusses the course with Cambridge team manager (and mum) Dianna Kennedy shortly before a successful round this afternoon at the 2010 North Island Pony Club Show Jumping Championships at Leamington Rugby Sports Club grounds, Carlyle Street, Leamington, New Zealand.
Working bee. Volunteers set up jump rails this Sunday morning 17/1/2010 at Leamington Rugby Sports grounds on the Cambridge / Leamington greenbelt in Carlyle Street Leamington New Zealand in preparation for the North Island Pony Club Show Jumping Championships to be held tomorrow & Tuesday the 18th & 19th of January 2010.
Cambridge Pony Club celebrates 25 years of hosting the North Island Pony Club Show Jumping Championships this coming Monday the 18th & Tuesday the 19th of January 2010 at Leamington Rugby Sports grounds, Carlyle Street, Leamington.
Second cousins Avaria and Hawaikirangi – both great grand children of Te Mana and Sophie Tipene – at their whanau noho marae along with 45 other family members, today Thursday the 7th of January 2010. A chance to learn about their heritage and strengthen family ties. Cambridge Community Marae is located on the corner of Pope Terrace / Cambridge Road and Bracken Street Leamington.
Armistice in Cambridge 2009 this Saturday and Sunday the 7th and 8th of November 2009.
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Cambridge Museum’s website has information about this monument.
Cyclists await their countdown at 9:09am. A small gallery of photos around this time can be found here (coming).
The colourful drafting lanes on the greenbelt Lamb Street Leamington moments before the despatch, by Sarah Ulmer, of the 58km cycle road race which takes riders from Leamington through the districts of Pukekura, Rotoorangi, Puahue, Parawera and Monovale and back to the start finish here at Leamington.
The Polo grounds, festooned with advertising, on the greenbelt in Leamington is buzzing with activity this morning. Here walkers wait in Lamb Street for their 8:30am start, one of a programme of walking, running and cycling events in the annual Cambridge leg of the Sarah Ulmer Brand Stride or Ride series.
Horse and rider, competing in the North Island Pony Club Show Jumping Championships, clear jumps painted in Waikato rugby colours at Leamington Sports ground this afternoon, Monday, the 19th of January 2009. The competition, in it’s 25th year, continues tomorrow.
There are a few more photos here.
At the polo Cambridge polo ground Lamb Street Leamington
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Along with military displays both static and moving Armistice in Cambridge features a fairground, vintage and classic cars, antique motors, air displays as well as the very popular re enactment performances.
This does get on Dad’s wick, and mine. The number of folk who insist on inverting the meaning of the phrase a No 8 wire solution.
2:32PM Rob Waddell, Mahé Drysdale and Nathan Cohen on the winners podium at the 2008 North Island Rowing Championships at Lake Karapiro. There is more about the race on rowingnz.com. A full gallery of the North Island Rowing Championships medal winners can be found at http://www.hotshotstogo.co.nz. 5:06PM Winners of the 2008 Keyte Watson held onContinue reading “A sporting Cambridge Sunday”