Keeping Hillcrest beautiful

2016-10-18 06:00
Photo: Kalisha Naicker Wiseman Sithole, Lucky Glamuka and Geoffrey Shabalala who work tirelessly to beautify the Hillcrest entrance and exit.

Photo: Kalisha Naicker Wiseman Sithole, Lucky Glamuka and Geoffrey Shabalala who work tirelessly to beautify the Hillcrest entrance and exit.

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THE village of Hillcrest is very grateful to Miles Steenhuisen of Mass Landscapes who has spent much time and resources on his two adopted spots – the on-ramp and off-ramp to the M13 of Hillcrest.

His staff at the Adopt-A-Spot area are Wiseman Sithole, Lucky Glamuka and Geoffrey Shabalala who work tirelessly to beautify the village entrance and exit.

Marge Mitchell the chairperson of Keep Hillcrest Beautiful Association (KHBA) said: “KHBA is enormously grateful to Miles for his selfless commitment to keeping the area in which we live and visit and work beautiful.

“The association would ask and encourage other businesses to please consider adopting a spot – your reward is free advertising and a beautiful environment.”

She said that the association also makes an appeal for sponsorship.

“These appeals have been very well responded to in the past and for that we thank you. Just look at the gardens on Inanda Road on either side of the railway bridge to see what your sponsorship has created.

“We appeal for cobbles stones, cement and sand, specifically for the two adopted areas that Miles is maintaining. Miles will be entering this area into a competition for Garden of the Year, a competition which he has won previously. With the help of the community we can ensure he wins again.

“Thank you to those who continue to support the Keep Hillcrest Beautiful Association in either cash or kind,” she added.

To find out more about Adopt-A-Spot, contact Jean Jooste on 082 895 0540. To donate stones, gravel or cement contact Marge Mitchell on 083 419 3807.

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