Trust want hazardous trees removed from New Zealand’s oldest union church

Three large trees dating back to the 1870s are set for the chop to protect New Zealand’s oldest union church from possible damage.

The Burkes Pass Heritage Trust has applied for financial assistance from the Mackenzie District Council for the safe removal of the pine trees from the St Patrick’s Church site in the small South Canterbury township. Continue reading

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