A stunning aerial photograph of Howick by Neill Castles has been presented to Howick Local Board for its support of the Howick 175th Anniversary Charitable Trust. Trust volunteers Marin Burgess, Richard Waugh and Philippa McGimpsey attended the board’s April meeting to provide an insight into the 175th Anniversary events and to formally acknowledge the board’s […]
Civic Service Saturday 12th November Held at All Saints Anglican Church, Howick Sermon & the reading aloud of the Fencible Surnames Before the sermon, three young children from Star of the Sea Catholic Church, read aloud all the surnames of the Fencibles who arrived between 1847-1850 Father Kevin Murphy, from Star of the Sea Catholic […]
Family connection to Howick stretches back to the first arrival of the Fencibles By Jan Steiner Our mother Valerie Drewet (nee Paton) was proud of her heritage as a Fencible descendent, though there was little mention of them in history books. Her father’s Fencible forebears, John Paton and his wife Jane (McInroy) Paton, arrived in […]
In his speech at the most successful 175th luncheon held on 5th November, Morrin Cooper introduced Lord Howick from England, who sent his very warm greetings and birthday wishes on this significant and historic occasion.
Well-overdue homecoming concert for Howick’s greatest and most acclaimed songwriter John Hanlon Accolades Recording Composer of the Year Awards: Is it Natural (1974); Higher Trails (1975); Nightlife (1976). APRA Silver Scrolls (nation’s best song voted by music industry): Lovely Lady (1974), Windsongs (1975). Single of the Year: Damn the Dam (1973). Album of the Year: […]
Mr Jai Rui Sun, a local member of the Howick Art Group and a local artist, has painted two views of Picton Street, which are currently on display at the Highland Park Library as part of their Art competition. Highland Park Library 16 Highland Park Drive Highland Park