Lighting of Cambridge Town Hall and Clock Tower
Cambridge has many historical buildings in its town centre, perhaps the most noticeable are the Cambridge Town Hall and Clock Tower. The hall was built in 1909 of Edwardian design and has forever been an iconic venue with character. The Clock tower was supplied by Littlejohn and Sons of Wellington in 1908 and was originally in a tower on the Post Office (now Alpino Restaurant). It was reconstructed at its current location in 1934.
The community can request to light these Cambridge assets if they are able to cover the cost involved, submit a request via the forms below and meet at least one of the following criteria:
- Charities or community initiatives that Waipā District Council supports through funding or strategic partnerships
- To mark a special national event, milestone or celebration
- For a particular Council run or partnered event
- As a symbol of respect of solidarity with other global landmarks following guidance from central government
- To mark a public holiday or recognised anniversary - preferential dates may include Waitangi Day, Anzac Day, Easter, Matariki, Bastille Day, Le Quesnoy Liberation Day, Armistice Day and Christmas.
To submit a request please fill out the form below include originations name, reason for request and dates of request. Please give at least four weeks’ notice before your required date.