Family’s deep roots in Old Government Building repair

Posted 30 Aug 2012 by Media3News Popular
Posted in Business , Heritage , Rebuild , Media

 

Five generations of the Ayers family have worked on the building since it was built over a century ago

Five generations of the Ayers family have worked on the building since it was built over a century ago

An 82-year-old stonemason has come out of retirement to help his son and granddaughter repair Christchurch’s quake-damaged Old Government Building.

Five generations of the Ayers family have worked on the building since it was built over a century ago.

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