Nature lovers and historian’s delight

2015-08-18 06:00
One of the displays.
Photo: supplied

One of the displays. Photo: supplied

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KLOOF Conservancy, in a joint venture project with WESSA Highway branch and the Highway Heritage Society, officially launched the “History of Kloof” permanent photographic exhibition at Glenholme Nature Reserve recently.

This is the culmination of two years’ work by a small team, which included local historians Adrian Rowe, Robin Lamplough and Alan Job as well as display designer, Harry Lock.

The display contains a series of photographs depicting the early days of Kloof and is housed in the tea garden on the grounds of the Kloof and Highway SPCA.

The exhibition is open to the public (free entry) and includes a free guided walk at Glenholme on the second Saturday of every month.

This is the first exhibition of its kind in the Upper Highway area.

If anyone is keen on nature and the history of the area, join the walk and visit the display. - Supplied

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