Cathedral Public Meeting Chaired by Anna Crighton [President Historic Places Aotearoa]

Media Release: from Historic Places Canterbury

Public Meeting: Cathedral Public Meeting
Thursday 6th September 7.30pm Cashmere Presbyterian Church Hall [2 MacMillian Ave Cashmere]

Chaired by Anna Crighton-  the panel Jim Anderton, Louise Deans, Rev. David Morrell, Dr. Ian Lochhead and Mark Belton will give updates on the Christ Church Cathedral campaign to restore one of Christchurch's most loved heritage buildings.

Members of the panel will give an update followed by  a Panel discussion / Q & A session for Christchurch Residents  to ask questions.

Meeting Organized by Historic Places Canterbury, Restore Christchurch Cathedral Campaign, IConIC, Christchurch Civic Trust, Great Christchurch Buildings Trust.

The Chairman for the public meeting, Anna Crighton, President of Historic
Places Aotearoa, said:

"There is a community out there, both churched and unchurched, which is
eager for an update on the campaign to save Christchurch Cathedral. The
speakers at the public meeting will accelerate their side of the debate that
the retention of the Cathedral is non-negotiable. "
-Meeting Chair Anna Crighton, President of Historic Places Aotearoa

The Christchurch Cathedral stands as an architectural gem, a community meeting place, a
spiritual place and a landmark and icon for the city - its significance locally, nationally and internationally cannot be questioned. We are keeping the foot on the pedal and not letting up on this campaign".
-Meeting Chair  Anna Crighton, President of Historic Places Aotearoa

Mark Gerrard Chair Historic Places Canterbury- Meeting Co-Organiser said:

"This Public Meeting is  for Christchurch residents to ask questions about the Campaign to save their Christ Church Cathedral. "

"Christ Church Cathedral is  embedded as a symbol of our pride and is part of who we are.   The pressure has been extraordinary for us to hold a meeting to give an update on the progress of the campaign ".
Mark Gerrard Chair Historic Places Canterbury.

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