Canterbury farmer Charles Upham was one of New Zealand’s most famous heroes of the Second World War, winning a Victoria Cross and bar for courage. After the war he farmed for many years at the mouth of the Conway River. This statue was erected in nearby Amberley in 1997.
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Photograph by Jock Phillips
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