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Plough of the Pakeha presentation to close Heritage Month

Posted on 21 February 2020

A successful month of Heritage related events will come to a conclusion next week with a presentation on the story of the first ten years of Cambridge as a township by Roger Gordon (Waipa District Councillor and Cambridge Historical Society) and Greg Gascoigne (farmer and Rotarian).

The presentation references Plough of the Pakeha, A Cambridge Regional History by Eric Beer and Alwyn Gascoigne (Greg's father).

Plough of the Pakeha | Cambridge 1864 to 1874 (Roger Gordon and Greg Gascoigne)
In association with the Cambridge Historical Society
Tuesday 25 February: 6.30pm
Cambridge Library

Due to their popularity additional walks have been added to the original Heritage programme. While these are also now full, requests to be waitlisted can be made.

Te Awamutu Central Heritage Walk – Guided by Alan Hall

Limited numbers. Requires a reasonable level of fitness. Allow up to 2 hours.
Friday 14 February/Friday 21 February/Friday 28 February: FULL
Send us an email to be waitlisted.

Cambridge Central Heritage Walk – Guided by Roger Gordon
Limited numbers. Requires a reasonable level of fitness. Allow up to 2 hours.
Friday 7 February/Thursday 5 March: FULL
Send us an email to be waitlisted.





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