Brightwater's School for Boys - 1888-1889
The brick school In 1887 Spring Grove School was overcrowded and run down, it was also the only school in the Brightwater area that educated senior boys. Instead of...Read more about "Brightwater's School for Boys - 1888-1889"...
Spring Grove School
Spring Grove School and the TeeTotal Goats In 1845, when Brightwater was still part of Spring Grove, there were a growing number of pākeha families settling on Section 34,...Read more about "Spring Grove School"...
Thomas Maddock and Lucy Knight of Marlborough
*Just an old Marlborough man and his daughter* When the first waves of settlers landed on the beaches of Nelson many were shocked at what they saw. The...Read more about "Thomas Maddock and Lucy Knight of Marlborough"...
Nelson City Councillor 1977- 1980 My husband Richard and I were very involved with the Values Party (forerunner of the Green Party). I was asked if I would allow...Read more about "Helen Davies"...
Waimeha Heritage Brightwater is part of the Waimeha Plains, and is along the traditional trading route for Māori between Whakatū (Nelson) and Te Tai Poutini (The West Coast). A...Read more about "Brightwater Tuna"...
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