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Red Zone Futures Exhibition open until 30 June

Regenerate Christchurch are developing a draft Regeneration Plan for the Ōtākaro Avon River Corridor, and their Red Zone Futures Exhibition showcases the shortlisted land uses for this important area of the city.

Regenerate Christchurch welcome everyone to view the exhibition and give feedback, which will help shape the future of Christchurch and that of future generations.

You’ll find the exhibition at 99 Cashel Street, Christchurch, 10.00am – 3.00pm daily (or until 7.00pm Thursdays).

Or you can view it online here>

Get on your bike for the Frocks on Bikes ride 28 August

When: Sunday: 28 August 11.00 am onwards
Where: Meet at 83 Clyde Road, Ilam. Refreshment stop at Christchurch Botanical Gardens
Distance: 12 km

UC students Allan Taylor and Alex Michel-Smith will guide a leisurely historical bike ride through Christchurch honouring the original all-women Atalanta Cycling Club, which was formed in Christchurch in August 1892.

This was the first women’s’ cycling club in Australasia. Kate Sheppard was a member of the Atalanta Cycling Club, which organised picnics, day trips and longer tours. Dress reformer Alice Burn was also a member of the club.

The ride will start at Kate Sheppard’s house on Clyde Road, travel via Pūtaringamotu Riccarton Bush to the Botanical Gardens, then to her grave in Addington Cemetery and back to her house via Hagley Park.

All cyclists are welcome to participate – no bookings needed. Please bring a bike lock and your lunch if you’d like to have a picnic lunch in the Botanical Gardens at noon.