Skip to Content

During Local History Week 2020, Jason Pilkington, Parks Planner of the Palmerston North City Council (at centre, pointing), took people on a walk around Memorial Park.

Memorial Park was built on the site of a former gravel pit. It was originally named Fitzroy Park in the 1930s and renamed as Memorial Park in the 1950s.

Identification

Object type
Image
Relation
IMCA Digital Archive
Date
November 3, 2020
Digitisation ID
2020BD_IMCA-DigitalArchive_032805
Format
Born Digital
Held In
IMCA Digital Archive

Related items

Plan of fence and gates at Papaioea Park
Plan of pavilion at Papaioea Park
View from Te Motu o Poutoa
View from Te Motu o Poutoa
Plan of pavilion at Hokowhitu Domain
Suggested layout of Hokowhitu Domain
Plans of proposed Grandstand for Fitzherbert Park
Cycle and motor bike with sidecar on Victoria Drive, Victoria Esplanade
View from Te Motu o Poutoa
Remnants of pine trees
Evans Family Collection: Evans family walking in Victoria Esplanade
Supper Concert on the second Floor of the Palmerston North City Library

Taxonomy

Tags
local history week,
parks,
reserves,
Community Tags

Report a problem

Related items

Plan of fence and gates at Papaioea Park
Plan of pavilion at Papaioea Park
View from Te Motu o Poutoa
View from Te Motu o Poutoa
Plan of pavilion at Hokowhitu Domain
Suggested layout of Hokowhitu Domain
Plans of proposed Grandstand for Fitzherbert Park
Cycle and motor bike with sidecar on Victoria Drive, Victoria Esplanade
View from Te Motu o Poutoa
Remnants of pine trees
Evans Family Collection: Evans family walking in Victoria Esplanade
Supper Concert on the second Floor of the Palmerston North City Library