The National Hotel, the Little roundabout; Alpha Street, Victoria Street, Lake Street, Cambridge New Zealand.
New Zealand Heart Foundation bankers v brokers row-off fundraiser Barry Young, Jeff Hitchcock & Paul Evans (Westpac Cambridge) and Phil Caldwell, Adam Thompson & Matt Edwards (Lime Group)
Mighty River Harmony Chorus, Cambridge Town Hall, New Zealand
Christmas Parade, December 2010, Cambridge, New Zealand
Our annual Christmas parade in Victoria Street (and surrounds) Cambridge, New Zealand at 2PM to day 4 December 2010.
Peace Celebrations outside Cambridge Post Office, June 1919
Rata Cafe Victoria Street Cambridge 16/11/2010
2010 Karapiro Half Ironman participant No 87.
This chap is, I think, the leading athlete at this stage.
Go Karapiro School!!
This is Henry – he won the first event. By the blue shirt I believe Henry is from Goodwood School.
Starting line-up second event (well a small portion of it).
Cambridge New Zealand Karapiro Ironkids Duathlon 09:44am
Classic Cars Cruise Night hosted by the Stragglers monthly meet tonight in Victoria Street starting at 6pm, with the cars arriving a little before then – central Victoria Street, Cambridge, New Zealand.
Cambridge Farmer’s Market Alpha Street and Victoria Street corner of Victoria Square. Le Joie French style market (in it’s first outing) corner of Alpha Street and Empire Street in and about the former RSA building.
Karapiro School students Jazzyre, Lilly, Sam and Mathew ‘on location’ in Cambridge New Zealand making a movie production this morning Wednesday the 27th of October 2010.
Chris Missen, Flavers Cafe, 46 Victoria Street, Cambridge, New Zealand 3434. Tel: +64 7 827 3288.
GelatAmore Ice Cream 44 A Victoria Street, Cambridge New Zealand 3434
Hamish Wright, Wrights Bookshop, 54 Victoria Street, Cambridge, New Zealand. Hamish, a fourth generation bookseller, is chair of the 2010 / 2011 Board of Directors of Booksellers New Zealand.
Eris Parker curator of Cambridge Museum with the museum’s women’s hat display
New Zealand, German and silver fern flags on the Triangle Building | The Deli on the Corner, Victoria Street, Cambridge, New Zealand.
Cambridge Museum ‘Old Courthouse’ 24 Victoria Street, Cambridge, New Zealand.
Malcolm McLachlan at his Victoria Street shop Dukes For Men – open for business seven days a week – bright-eyed and bushy-tailed this morning, Sunday, the 3rd of October 2010. Entertaining retailing.
It often comes up in conversation when away from home – when asked where I’m from, the response more often than not – ah! the place with the church on the corner.
Victoria Street – the main street of Cambridge, New Zealand – Saturday afternoon the 2nd of October 2010.
Thomas Huang: Anna
Peter Lee, Waipa District Council mayoral candidate receives both bouquets and brickbats for his in your face get out and electioneer approach. This afternoon, Wednesday, the 29th of September 2010 he either harangues or encourages – depending upon your point of view – folk to vote in Local Elections 2010 as they drive across Victoria Bridge which connects Cambridge with Leamington across the Waikato River.
KWTJubilee sign Victoria Street Cambridge NZ
Peter Yealands and Sir Colin Meads chat at the HQ Media breakfast at Finz Restaurant, Le Grande Hotel, central Hamilton, New Zealand this morning, Thursday, the 16th of September 2010.
Saturday 3 July 2010
Don Rowlands Centre OPEN DAY 1pm to 3pm, Lake Karapiro.
Sunday 4 July 2010
Auckland Symphony Youth Orchestra, Cambridge Town Hall.
For more information phone Anne-Marie 09 473-4200.
Lost a time to savour and share – the opportunity for contemplation and reflection on our heritage. With leadership, effective communications and planning the management of this project in terms of cost, time frame and security could / should have factored community involvement into the dig for the benefit of us all.
A most excellent Fieldays window display, Wright’s Bookshop, Victoria Street, Cambridge, New Zealand.
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Shot on Sunday and edited to give a small taste of the flavour of the day. Yes, I know my editing skills leave much to be desired but enjoy anyway. Day gallery for 2/5/2010.
Cambridge New Zealand Autumn Festival 2010 – Main Street Carnival – tomorrow, Sunday, the 2nd of May 2010 – 10am – 2pm. (Cambridge CBD and Victoria Square).
rock ‘n’ roll duo [2:18] new vogue demonstration [5:03]
Cambridge New Zealand – BNZ – Chiefs supporters
A short video of folk waiting to attend the Winter 2010 Fashion & Design show at Cambridge Town Hall this evening, Wednesday, the 28th of April 2010. Click on the play button (1.05).
Cambridge Museum has lost it’s marbles – a competition for all ages until Sunday the 2nd of May 2010. There are ten marbles – the entry forms available at the Museum, the Information Centre and Wrights Bookshop. The winning prize – a $40 book voucher.
A short film made for Cambridge Museum – do visit when you have the time to enjoy the historical treasures and stories of our place. Cambridge Museum, 24 Victoria Street, Cambridge, New Zealand. Tel: +64 7 827 3319.
Prime advertising space, for our school jubilee later in the year, facing Easter traffic travelling south into Cambridge on SH1. For details click here. You can also download the registration form here [PDF 280KB].
Tomorrow, Sunday the 28th of February 2010, is Carolyn’s last day as owner of The Deli on the corner after seven and a half years. She will be greatly missed. BTW normal service continues on Monday morning under new ownership. The Deli On The Corner 48 Victoria Street, Cambridge, Waikato 3434, New Zealand +64 7Continue reading “Carolyn Parkes The Deli on the corner”
Point Break, 62 Victoria Street, Cambridge, Waikato 3434, New Zealand +64 7 823 1306
Cambridge i-SITE Centre, Corner Queen & Victoria Streets SH1, Cambridge, Waikato 3434, New Zealand +64 7 823 3456
Heritage Gallery 85 Victoria Street, SH1, Cambridge, Waikato 3434 New Zealand +64 7 827 4346
Rata Café, 64 Victoria Street, Cambridge, Waikato 3434, New Zealand +64 7 823 0999
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 taking 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.