Clock Cambridge New Zealand

Clock Cambridge New Zealand

Cambridge clock lit in the Tricolour to celebrate Bastille Day 2016 and the friendship between Cambridge and Le Quesnoy; a bond forged in WW1. The immediacy of the Bastille Day tragedy in Nice, when this photograph was made on a cold winter evening, adding a sad and reflective significance to the gesture.

  • Cambridge New Zealand has a sister city (twinning or friendship) relationship with Le Quesnoy, France & Bihoro-cho, Hokkaido, Japan.

© Michael Jeans | Cambridge New Zealand | +64 27 496 3802 | michael@michaeljeans.co.nz

Cambridge Twilight Cycling Festival 3 December 2015

Olympian Sarah Ulmer and young cyclists first Cambridge Twilight Cycling Festival December 2015

Young cyclists with Olympian Sarah Ulmer at the first Cambridge Twilight Cycling Festival Lake Street Cambridge New Zealand. The CBD circuit (of just under 1km) is; south on Victoria Street through the big roundabout to Commerce Street, around into Duke Street, back to Victoria and north to the small (clock) roundabout and so on again.

© Michael Jeans | +64 27 496 3802 | Cambridge New Zealand | michael@michaeljeans.co.nz

Clock Jubilee Gardens Victoria Street Cambridge New Zealand

Victoria Street Cambridge November 2014

Victoria Street, Lake and sometimes stretches of Duke, Commerce and Alpha Streets in the Cambridge CBD are closed to traffic for special occasions, parades and events. Anzac Day of course. Today the Armistice in Cambridge parade. Cambridge Christmas Parade in December and a cycling event or two are held also.

© Michael Jeans | +64 27 496 3802 | Cambridge New Zealand | michael@michaeljeans.co.nz

National Hotel and clock Cambridge New Zealand

Clock and National Hotel Cambridge NZ CBD

Cambridge clock and National Hotel (The Nash) on the northern edge of Cambridge CBD in January 2004. Photograph made from Alpha Street (west & Westpac).

© Michael Jeans | +64 27 496 3802 | Cambridge New Zealand | michael@michaeljeans.co.nz