Views of a model for the proposed Young estate reserve off Cashmere Road which includes a playground and green spaces.
Exterior of the Princess Margaret Hospital and Nurses' Home during the final stages of construction on Cashmere Road in Cashmere.
Desmond Grey, aged 11, sitting on a go-cart that he built himself using old pram wheels and an old sewing machine.
View of equipment at the Cashmere Playground in Cashmere Road.
Boy playing on spiral climbing frame.
[Frames 31 to 33] Children playing in large concrete pipe. [Frames 34 and 35] Children playing in concrete maze.
Pre-stressed concrete beams being lowered into position during the construction of a new bridge on Cashmere Road.
Views of Mr L. J. Weir with Mr R Evans in Princess Margaret hospital.
Guides and Brownies in Cracroft at the opening of the new Girl Guide building, the Barn.
Covid-19 vaccination centre at Princess Margaret Hospital during Alert level 4.
New unit at Princess Margaret Hospital, including a new kitchen area.
Geriatric charge nurse, Sister Rowan, with Mrs L. Simpson, a patient, at princess Margaret Hospital.
Princess Margaret Hospital as seen from Cashmere Road.
Eucalyptus tree outside Princess Margaret Hospital on Cashmere Road.
Trees outside Princess Margaret Hospital on Cashmere Road.
Barrels cordoning a diesel fuel spill on Cashmere Road.
Aerial view of Cashmere prior to the construction of Princess Margaret Hospital.
Riccarton mayoress Mrs R. W. J. Harrington with North Canterbury Hospital Board chairman L. C. L. Averill and doctor-in-charge Graham Riley, with a piano donated to Princess Margaret Hospital from the...
Riccarton mayoress Mrs R. W. J. Harrington with doctors L. C. L. Averill and Graham Riley with a piano donated to Princess Margaret Hospital from the Riccarton Inner Wheel.
Local youth enjoying the public basketball courts at Francis Reserve, Cashmere Road, Westmorland: Max, Jeremy, Matt L, Rory, Matt S.
Local youth enjoying the public basketball courts at Francis Reserve, Cashmere Road, Westmorland.
Young family enjoying the public park at the Francis Reserve in Westmorland. Nick and Fiona who are pictured have lived in Halswell for 2 years.
[Frame 3] Construction of the new purpose built chapel at Princess Margaret Hospital. [Frames 4 to 8] The current chapel at Princess Margaret Hospital, a foyer, which is often disrupted by guests at...