Monday, 3 July 2017
Going into its third consecutive year, this event promises to be as interesting and as much fun for all. Last year the number of people who arrived surprised even the organisors and what was even more surprising was the effort that almost everyone had put into their costumes for the evening.
Paul Roux Village is well known for its ghost stories, and not all the stories are distant past. Several of the residents in the village today have tales to tell of what they have personally experienced. This year we will be following a different walk to that of last year - full of history and tales. For those arriving on the Friday night, there is a braai at the Pink Tricycle.
You can make bookings through email@example.com or 083 226 3309. Please also inform if you will be at the Friday braai as well - R65 braai pack and free salads, potato salad and pap.Cash bar.
Accommodation details are on the poster above.
Please also look at the Blog Post of 09/2016 or the link below for an account of last years Ghost walk:
Thursday, 29 June 2017
Sunday, 21 May 2017
Paul Roux Village resident artist had a very successful wildlife art exhibition at the Huntex 2017 Expo held at Gallagher Estate, Johannesburg.
Edward really caught the eye of the public with his display of mainly large 1.16m by 1.27m paintings and he sold 6 of them, and secured commissions for another 5 which he is now currently working on. Of real excitement are the international opportunities that have arisen from the event.
Below are some of the works:
Paul Roux Resident's Forum Committee member Richard Lewis has been nominated and selected as a finalist in the 2017 Eco Warrior Award:
The nomination reads as follows:
Richard Gordon Lewis - Former Chairperson of the Board of WESSA
Richard served for six years as vice chair and then seven years as Chairperson of the Board of the Wildlife and Environment Society of SA (WESSA). Upon joining the WESSA Board in 2002, he focused on driving the development of a new strategy for sustainable growth that positively transformed the organization into a significant implementer of environmental and conservation . He has given a vast amount of his time to caring for the earth, all on a volunteer basis, has received several awards for his work and is patron of the National Association of Conservancies / Stewardship SA. Richard is currently on the committee of the Gauteng - Regional Centre of Expertise officially acknowledged by the United Nations University in Education for Sustainable Development.
The result will be announced on 14 June 2017
Richard, who recently received a Life Time Conservation Achiever Award from WESSA was also appointed as WESSA's first Ambassador.
WESSA presented Richard with a beautiful bronze of the WESSA Sable Antelope by Sarah Richards.