Our community is number 1.

We'd just love to say
.....a MASSIVE thank you

We need to shout out a massive Thank You to all of the wonderful volunteers who have helped us out during this unprecedented time. You have given generously of your time, of your petrol and of yourself and for that we are truly blessed to have you in our community.

So, let's begin...

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Email us: info@safercambridge.co.nz

This is the official Government website, keeping us up to date with our fight against Covid-19. Read more...

On this page you'll find some newsy items that are a mix of YouTube videos, facebook posts etc.

Banks are open and ready for business once again!

We're incredibly lucky to have so many awesome local businesses who are going to need support over the coming months.

Cambridge is home to some beautiful churches and worshippers that will always make you feel welcome

Cambridge has a wealth of community services available, who are able to help with counselling through to budgeting.

All of our doctors are working their normal hours, so if your feeling unwell book an appointment today

Get the blood pumping in the comfort of your own home with these helpful at home workouts!

The Ministry of Education is partnering with TVNZ to deliver entertaining educational programming with teacher-led lessons. Live weekdays 9am-3pm on Freeview 7, Sky 502 and TVNZ. View online.

Cambridge continues to be a vibrant town offering an excellent range of shopping for a day out.  A shopping day in Cambridge is also well supported by our many cafes and restaurants, something for all tastes and budgets!

Visit this page for a number of key contacts in regards to help with farm debt, rural assistant payments and a couple of handy web resources. Read more...



Our schools are back open here in Cambridge - but we still need to be on top of our hygiene 

Netsafe has launched the ‘Stay Connected, Stay Safe’ education campaign to help people have better online experiences

Volunteer buddies can assist with getting food, transport, accompany you to doctor, hospital or other essential apppointments, social and financial support. Read more...

Local Markets

At the moment, our markets are still happening but all are subject to change given Covid restrictions.

Cambridge Farmers Market

Cambridge Farmers Market

Every Saturday morning from 8am – 12pm
In the Victoria Square, Cambridge

Buying at a farmers’ market is the best way to connect with where your food comes from. Talk to the farmers and learn more about how your food is produced. Find out about sustainable farming practices that these small producers use and that make them so different from large commercial farms.
We are proud to have local businesses at the market that offer a great variety of natural products, always having your health, the environment and the support of local farmers in mind.

Craft and Collectable Fair

Craft and Collectable Fair

85 Hamilton Road, Cambridge,

This fair has been going for many years now and is held twice a year on Labour Monday and Auckland Anniversary Monday.

There is an awesome selection of NZ handmade products consisting of jams, pickles, children’s and babies clothing and accessories, ladies’ clothing, garden ornaments, plus lots and lots more, and bric a brac.

Cambridge Market -Trash ‘N’ Treasure

Cambridge Market -Trash ‘N’ Treasure

The Second Sunday of each month from 8.00am – 1.00pm.

The Lions Club of Cambridge “Trash ‘N’ Treasure Market” consists of over 200 stalls.  These are usually spread throughout the Town Centre of Cambridge but recently have moved to the rugby grounds on Taylor Street.  The stalls offer residents and visitors to the town a variety of products at bargain prices.
Stallholders come from around the upper North Island selling a wide variety of goods from handmade items, produce, plants, pre loved products and collectibles. At the Lions Club of Cambridge “Trash ‘N’ Treasure Market” you’re bound to find exactly what you’re looking for.

Accessible Information

Information and advice in other formats for people with particular accessibility needs are available on the Covid-19 Government Website.

Advice in New Zealand Sign Language - click here

Easy Read
Information in Easy Read and Simplified Easy Read - click here

Large Print and Audio
Information in large print and audio formats - click here

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