Avebury House a gem hidden on the edge of the red zone
Avebury House a gem hidden on the edge of the red zone, owned by the CCC, run by a community Trust. Built in 1851 by the Flesher Family Avebury House was one of the founding farms in Christchurch. The Flesher family gifted the house and remaining land to the Government in XXX and then it was regifted to the CCC in XXX.
These days the house is nestled in a heritage park and is seen as the hub of Richmond, holding low cost groups, events and resources targeted at the local community.
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The RRBA were honoured to attend Elmer’s Ōtautahi Elephant Trail opening Thursday night and see all of the amazing elephant designs.
The Richmond community gathered at a bbq at Petrie Park to spend time together but also engage on what they would like to see on the former bowling green at the southern half of the park.
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The RRBA had a fabulous day helping run the Spring Fair alongside Avebury House and Richmond Community Garden. They helped activate the children’s play area and also interacted with the public at their infomation stall.