Time for a break and a cuppa!

Time for a break and a cuppa!

Time for a break and a cuppa!

Time for a break and a cuppa!

Time for a break and a cuppa!

Time for a break and a cuppa!

Time for a break and a cuppa!

Time for a break and a cuppa!

Time for a break and a cuppa!

Time for a break and a cuppa!

Time for a break and a cuppa!

Jo King in the Bowker Fountain in Victoria Square

January 1983

Jo King, Farmers employee, takes her tea break in the Bowker Fountain in Victoria Square. She holds a cup of tea and an umbrella.

Creator: Christchurch Star

Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - North

Source: Christchurch Star Archive

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Tea Rooms on Sumner Beach

Circa 1963-4

Tea rooms from Sumner beach. Groups of people are on the beach and around Cave Rock.

Creator: Milly Hopkins

Area: South East / Sumner

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I like to play here.

Academic gowns outside the Student Union building

17 April 1986

Mark Kunnen, Hamish Coop and Eugene Elisara stand outside the Student Union building at the University of Canterbury.

Creator: Christchurch Star

Area: West / Ilam

Source: Christchurch Star Archive

Reference ID: CCL-StarP-01622A

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The MeNZ Shed members at afternoon tea

4 May 2017

The MeNZ Shed staff are finished for the day and enjoying their afternoon tea at 55 Kendal Avenue, Bishopdale.

Creator: Thomas Herman

Area: North West / Bishopdale

Source: A collaboration between Christchurch City Libraries and the University of Canterbury, School of Fine Arts to create a documentary record of people and the physical and social environment of Bishopdale and surrounds in 2017.

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Construction workers at Bishopdale Village Mall

4 May 2017

Workers relax on their break in the centre of the Bishopdale Village Mall. In the background is the temporary Bishopdale Library.

Creator: Elise Williams

Area: North West / Bishopdale

Source: A collaboration between Christchurch City Libraries and the University of Canterbury, School of Fine Arts to create a documentary photographic record of Bishopdale and surrounds in 2017.

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Workers stop for lunch, Blue Gum Place, New Brighton

Thursday, 19 May 2016

A group of four workmen in high vis eating lunch on site, next to a digger, at Bluegum Place in North New Brighton.

Creator: Rachel Pugh

Area: East / New Brighton

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Little Steps at the Halswell Community Hall

24 April 2015

Two people preparing coffee and tea at the Little Steps group at Halswell Community Hall, 450 Halswell Road. The group is for 'Bumps, babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers' group which meets every Friday 10-11.30 a.m.

Creator: Ellenor Waters

Area: South West / Halswell

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Workmen on a tea break

19 February 2008

A group of three workmen parked by the side of the road taking a tea break. Traffic cones and traffic lights are visible in the foreground.

Creator: Milly Hopkins

Area: Other / Unknown

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Cora Wilding Youth Hostel

27 February 1982

A group of hostellers outside on the grounds of the Cora Wilding hostel in Richmond.

Creator: Christchurch Star

Area: North East / Richmond

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Monday movers class at Halswell South West Baptist Church

20 April 2015

N. Tweed and class teacher Sarah serving up refreshments for the Monday Movers after their class at South West Baptist Church, 6 Balcairn Street, Halswell. The Monday Movers is an exercise group for people in the 'second halves of their life'. The group holds no religious connection, and uses the room at the church for recreational reasons.

Creator: Ellenor Waters

Area: South West / Halswell

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Monday movers class at Halswell South West Baptist Church

20 April 2015

Class teacher Sarah offers refreshments to participators of Monday Movers after their class South West Baptist Church, 6 Balcairn Street, Halswell. She used to serve tea and biscuits but now serves tea and fruit per class request. The Monday Movers is an exercise group for people in the 'second halves of their life'. The group holds no religious connection, and uses the room at the church for recreational reasons.

Creator: Ellenor Waters

Area: South West / Halswell

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