5th Johnny Memorial Fun Run

admin Thu, 09/28/2017 - 21:49

On Monday the 25th September,  The Johnny Brown Memorial Fun Run took place at Raithby. The rain held off long enough for all the runners/walkers to get back safely.
Thanks go to Anelia Marais from Briza Neighbourhood Watch for organising the event. Thank you to our sponsors: HCW, Immediate Medical who were on call, ABSA Forex, African Bank, Capitec Bank, Celia Pienaar Travel, K3 Water, The Wealthroom, Viljoen’s Transport and Neighbourhood Watches from Raithby, Briza and Victoria Park.  Thank you to those donating prizes: African Bank, Treat Mint Beauty, Clay Pigeon Adventures, Villa Grande B&B, Delvera Café, Sn Onion Mexican Food, Ella’s Cakes and Sugar Craft, Snob’s Coffee, Fileda Hair, West Workout Gym, Gerjo-Ben vd Merwe, Kruispad, Helga's Restaurant, Farmhouse Restaurant, Hifi Corp Helderberg Centre, Tommy Dell, Hi Q Somerset West, Journey's End Horse-riding, Kathey Ashwell Music, Katjiepiering Restaurant Stellenbosch, Kos Village Walk and Panarotti's Stellenbosch.

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Attention all Joggers and Walkers

admin Fri, 06/02/2017 - 14:20

 

It seems like for many walkers and joggers that the new colour for outfits is dark. This makes them less visible in the winter evenings and mornings, and puts their lives at risk.
Yesterday, two people were hit by a motor vehicle on the R102, while walking on the side of the road.
Please consider using a reflective belt or vest to make yourself visible to traffic on the road.

Be Careful of What you Put on WhatsApp

admin Fri, 04/28/2017 - 18:51

In a recent High Court Judgment in East London, it was ruled :

It has been common practice that Neighbourhood Watches to send information via social media platforms, although it is an effective means of warning members and residents of certain dangers, the use of this information without verification of the information can and will lead to civil claims against the Police department. All information received by a police official, as a rule has to be personally verified, by the police official and after a preliminary investigation and verification of the facts, a member may proceed with the necessary action.

Walk for Cancer

admin Thu, 11/03/2016 - 21:40

It was a lovely fresh morning when about 1000 walkers got on their way. Five kilometres of pavement and beach lay ahead. There were young and old, people in wheelchairs who made friends along the way. At the end, all competitors received a medal. Bill Smith, the CPF Chairman, who was the starter, said that everyone was a winner. Funds raised were donated to the Helderberg Hospice.