Posts tagged with: William Nelson Park

Face of a father William Nelson, referred to as “The Father of Hawke’s Bay” was a generous benefactor and created employment and wealth through the Tomoana Freezing Works, which helped build the economic prosperity of Hastings in the late 1800s and early 1900s. A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke’s Bay 🙂...
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Photos from the official opening of William Nelson Park in Hastings These a selection of my favourite pics from the day, so many to choose from. Just one question… Where did all those kids come from ??         dbp website [ How Hawke’s Bay Today saw it...
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 A group of keen skateboarders with Mayor Lawrence Yule and Councillor Cynthia Bowers at the official launch of William Nelson Park, Hastings. 6000m2 of land bordered by St Aubyn Street, King Street and Avenue Road which will incorporate a passive park, a children’s playground and a skate plaza A project...
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