Do you remember the teddy bears' picnic in Hagley Park? Go on a bear hunt through our collection! How many Santa Bears do you recognise?
Roger Browning and Kaye Duggan in bear costumes help Melanie McKennel across Oxford Terrace.
Views of flight attendant, Adrienne Alexander, with a six foot teddy bear at Christchurch Airport.
Ryan Connell, 5, with teddy bear, Humphrey at the teddy bears' picnic.
Allen Thompson, 9, with a collection of five bears at the fourth teddy bears' picnic.
Mark Rhodes with Big Ted at the Summer Times teddy bears' picnic.
Samuel Hart with three individuals in teddy bear costumes.
Kim, 6, and Lawrence Taogaga, 8, at the Teddy Bears' Picnic
Steven Gale with donations collected for Romanian orphans at the Linwood New World Supermarket.
Motorcyclists Mary Jones and Malcolm Graham at Riccarton Mall for the Christmas toy run.
[Frame 4a] Children eating and drinking at the Starlets Christmas Party in Abberley Park. [Frame 5a] Michael Anngow drinking bottle of squash. [Frames 6a and 7a] Children looking at giant teddy bear....
Matthew Richens with seven teddy bears at the Teddy Bears' Picnic.
A child, Keri Price, holding Christmas presents including a DIC bag with a teddy bear inside.
Two unidentified children hugging giant teddy bear Mr Crunchy.
Views of the Starlets Christmas party at the Repertory Theatre. [Frame 25] Unidentified child and Father Christmas. [Frame 26] Two unidentified children hugging Mr Crunchy, the giant teddy bear.
[Frame 1] Ann Tilling with Mr Crunchy, the giant teddy bear. [Frames 2 and 3] Children gathered around Father Christmas.
Views of the Starlets Christmas party at the Repertory Theatre. [Frames 22 and 23] A crowd of children and Father Christmas standing outside the Repertory Theatre waving goodbye. [Frame 24] Ann...
Karen Bruce, one of the organisers of the festival of the North Canterbury Machine Knitters Society, with winning soft toys at the festival in the Horticultural Hall.
James LeCouteur sitting in a toy car with Christmas shopping in a central city shop.
Sisters Sharon and Lynette Rich in a toy store. Lynette is seated on a tricycle, while Sharon is holding a toy car.
"A collection of tiny teddy bears hung outside in a waterproof 'bubble' during the first COVID-19 lockdown. Many displayed soft toys so that their neighbours would have something to spot on their...
The Merrie-Midgets were a puppet show hand-crafted, built and performed by the Comfort family. Alison Comfort with characters from The Merrie-Midgets puppet troop; clowns Hooke and Snivy, and...
A child, Owen Crump, getting a hug and a toy Santa Bear from Farmers Department Store during a visit by Santa Bear to the children's ward at Christchurch Hospital.
Stephen Hammar, Jan Atkinson and Jo Powney dance while dressed as teddy bears.