Living and Working in the Hutt: Hutt City Council Archives Midday Talk

Living and Working in the Hutt: Hutt City Council Archives Midday Talk

Do you live or work in the Hutt? Come along for a midday session at the Hutt City Council Archives to hear about a few of the prominent buildings in the Hutt and find out more about the material we have in the archives related to Lower Hutt city planning.

The talk will be hosted by Hutt City Council Archives staff who will be happy to answer your questions.

The Hutt City Council Archive contains information and records which record the history of the Council and its activities across Lower Hutt.

Image caption: “Bird’s eye view of High Street today,” Hutt City Council Archives, ARCH74120-1

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Booking is essential as spaces are limited.

Location: Hutt City Council Archives, Unit 6, Birchwood Complex, 487 Hutt Road

Cost: Free

Contact: Hutt City Council Archives, InformationManagementTeam@huttcity.govt.nz, 04 589 0460

Accessibility: Free parking is available. The Hutt City Council Archives are accessible for those with limited mobility and can accommodate small wheelchairs, as it is all on the ground floor with a small lip on entry. Please call or email to confirm individual requirements.

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