The exterior rear of Holly Lea residential home at 133 Fendalton Road, Fendalton.
Page boy with Flower girl Jan-Hai Iosefa at the Leota's wedding at the St Barnabas Church.
SPac Pac (sPacifically Pacific) Academic Awards Ceremony for top Pasifika students in all Christchurch Schools at Christchurch Boys High School, 2019.
Exterior of the Fendalton Community Centre at 170 Clyde Road, Burnside.
Fendalton Post Shop at Fendalton Mall, 19-23 Memorial Avenue, Christchurch. Where I rented a P.O.Box for 37 years until 2016 and collected my mail 5 or 6 days per week.
Headmaster's Residence at Medbury Preparatory School, 109 Clyde Road, Fendalton. The headmaster of the time was Mr Eric Chennells (the school's proprietor) who lived there with his family. His father...
Exterior view, obscured through trees, of St. Barnabas Anglican Church. A sign for the church is visible on the right hand side.
Exterior view of the buildings and grounds of Medbury school for Boys. A sign for the school is visible in the foreground with a rugby post in the background.
Mike Reitsma with sea caught salmon at Fendalton Fish Supply at 5 Memorial Avenue.
Women playing in the Christchurch Women's Bowling Centre's rose bowl tournament at the Fendalton green.
Bridesmaids with flower girl Jan-Hai Iosefa for the Joseph Leota's wedding at St Barnabas Church.
View of the feeder hopper where the fluoride is added to the water supply at the fluoridation plant, Jeffreys Road.
Members of the student music group, The Vocal Chords.
Helen Cordner (left) and B. Penny on the bank of the Wairarapa Stream at the end of Bradnor Road, Fendalton. The pair are opposing the building of a bridge at the end of the cul-de-sac.
Exterior of the Holly Lea home for the aged at 133 Fendalton Road in Fendalton.
Exterior of Quamby Home for Aged gentlewomen on Fendalton Road.
Mrs Marie O'Malley using her mallet to sweep water from the green whilst being watched by her croquet partner Miss Betty Innes during the Canterbury senior croquet tournament at Elmwood Croquet Club...
Edith Edwards, 100, cuts her birthday cake with her niece, Freda Edwards and great-great niece, Kirstie MacMillan at Holly Lea residential home in Fendalton.
Interior of St Barnabas Anglican Church on Tui Street in Fendalton, looking towards the sanctuary.
View of the lectern in St Barnabas Anglican Church on Tui Street in Fendalton, looking towards the sanctuary.
Exterior of St Barnabas Church at 8 Tui Street in Fendalton.