1913/14 Summer School in Cambridge (RSCDS New Zealand Branch Inc)

Dance Scottish New Zealand 1913/14 Summer School in Cambridge

RSCDS New Zealand Branch 1913/14 Summer School in Cambridge

RSCDS NZ Branch Summer School

Royal Scottish Country Dance Society New Zealand Branch Society Inc (RSCDS New Zealand Branch Inc)

Robb Centre St Peter’s School Cambridge, Cambridge Middle School, St Andrew’s Parish Hall, Cambridge Red Cross Hall, Cambridge Senior Citizen’s Hall, St Peter’s Catholic School Hall.

Proofs online. Updated 6/1/14 and an updated post added.

1913/14 Summer School in Cambridge | Official photographs

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Hamilton Road SH1 Cambridge New Zealand

Hamilton Road Cambridge New Zealand

Hamilton Road Cambridge New Zealand

Midday on the 1st of June 2013; our autumn has been longer and later than usual. Bryce Street is behind us, the road to Hamilton (SH1) on our left. We are looking toward the SH1B turn off. SH1B begins with Victoria Road to the left, rejoining SH1 at Taupiri. Hamilton Road becomes Victoria Street at the pedestrian crossing on the St Andrew’s Church corner ahead.

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For Christchurch Cathedral from Cambridge Bellathon ap’PEAL

For details Carey McLaughlin 021 294 3353 or Phillip Coles 021 432 767. From 8AM – 8PM St Patrick’s Day 17th of March 2011, St Andrews Church, Cambridge New Zealand. Pull a bell and make your own peal for a donation to the Christchurch Cathedral or sponsor a peal from the St Andrew’s Bellringers.
Phillip Coles Bell ringer St Andrews Church Cambridge 23/2/2011

Photograph: Phillip Cole St Andrew’s Church 23/2/2011

What’s on Cambridge New Zealand | welcome the Lithuanian team

As you know we have adopted Lithuania as part of the Cambridge Chamber of Commerce promotion for the rowing, and some of you may have noticed the rather large flag outside my office this week. You are all invited to join me to welcome the Lithuanian rower and team. Please feel free to spread the word around. Parishioners – a plate for morning tea would be appreciated. This morning Friday 5 November at 10:00am. Look forward to seeing you.

Andrew | Rev Andrew Hedge

Cambridge Autumn Festival 2010 – Nairobi Trio

The Nairobi Trio perform before an enthusiastic audience at St Andrews Parish Hall, Cambridge, New Zealand this evening, Thursday, the 29th of April 2010. Masterful and thoroughly entertaining. Very deliberately shot from a static POV (Canon G10) to soak up the atmosphere and the music of course. BTW the odd flashes of light in the windows left and right is traffic passing by on SH1, Hamilton Road – just beyond the hall. Very lo-fi but you get the picture. [06:38]

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Cambridge Autumn Festival 2010 – St Andrews Anglican Church

Lighting the paper lanterns at St Andrews

Andrew McCathie lights paper lanterns on the turning circle in front of St Andrews Parish Centre, Hamilton Road, Cambridge, New Zealand this evening, Wednesday, the 28th of April 2010. The lanterns have become something of a tradition for cultural events held at the church.

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St Andrews Anglican Church Cambridge NZ

St Andrews Anglican Church Cambridge New Zealand

St Andrews’ Auckland Anniversary Day market day is an annual affair. Today it has many visitors as right along side SH1 traffic crawls home from the long weekend. One attraction is the church itself. As I sit still in a pew for five minutes making this photograph I am intrigued by the comments of those seeing the inside of the church for the first time – I have known it all my life.

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St Andrew’s Men’s Dinner

Every now and then it’s good for the men in the parish to get together and catch up with one another over a simple meal. Essentially, that’s what the St Andrew’s Men’s Dinners are about … good company, simple fare, and something interesting to think about.

For more information St Andrew’s Church Cambridge.

Cambridge Community Constable Senior Constable Neil Warren, spoke this evening, about his work in our community. Wide ranging remarks from a committed and passionate police officer. The most serious drug problem faced by our communities – alcohol abuse. He spoke also of the under-the-radar dangers of text bullying with the ubiquitousness of texting in the lives of young  folk.

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Sorting out Vimeo embeds

If in doubt read the instructions – even if they happen to be a little hard to find – these are so easy to follow once found. Asking the correct question – using the correct term – also helps. There is a Vimeo short code for WordPress.com. Duh!

St Andrew Cambridge Easter 2008 also here

Canon G10 test Thursday 2 April 2009 Youtube clip taken at the same time

Clifton Rowing Club 2008 also here

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Commemorative t-shirt

Archbishop of Cambrai, Archbishop François Garnier presents Reverend Andrew Hedge, Vicar of St Andrew’s Anglican Church, Cambridge a t-shirt listing the names of 93 New Zealand soldiers who died during the liberation of Le Quesnoy in November 1918.

T-Shirt detail.

Edited: 09:41 12/7/2008

Many attending from the Archdiocese of Cambrai, the Diocese of Lille and the Diocese of Arras wore the t-shirt during the service at St Andrew’s and indeed earlier to mass at St Peter’s. T-shirts were presented to Father Bennett, Mayor Livingston, Deputy Mayor Lee and others.

Edited: 12:36 12/7/2008

Rev Andrew Hedge address

The address to Youth Peace Day pilgrims given by The Rev Andrew Hedge Vicar of St Andrew’s Anglican Church, Cambridge, New Zealand today, Friday the 11th of July 2008.

A story is told of a New Zealander who once went on a pilgrimage to France, to visit the historic battlefields where our grandfathers and great grandfathers had fought. He was not alone in the pilgrimage as he was traveling with others in a group, as so often happens in pilgrimages. A part of the pilgrimage took them to a small village in France, to Le Quesnoy, and for this New Zealander, as well as countless other New Zealanders, to a particular part of Le Quesnoy. They gathered on the spot where the New Zealand soldiers, led by Lt Leslie Averill had scaled the walls of the town in the liberation of the villagers from the occupying troops. Continue reading