Pupils pampered in remembrance of Winnie

2018-05-03 06:00
Pupils from school in the Eastern Cape having fun at the Wild Waves Waterpark. PHOTO: supplied

Pupils from school in the Eastern Cape having fun at the Wild Waves Waterpark. PHOTO: supplied

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ON Wednesday April 18, the Wild Coast Sun hosted pupils from schools in the Eastern Cape for a day at the Wild Waves Water Park in remembrance of Winnie Mandela who was born in the Bizana district.

The pupils were given free access to the park to enjoy the many rides and pools.

They were also treated to some snacks and drinks, sponsored by Bidvest.

Public relations officer Azelle Evans said that hosting the pupils was a pleasure for the resort.

“The Wild Waves Water Park features some of the world’s best rides imported from White Water West in Canada, offering the latest water ride attractions guaranteed to thrill those seeking adventure and fun.

“Rides include the Boomeranga, Aqua Loop and Superbowl, the lazy river and a special children’s interactive water-play area,” said Evans.

— Supplied.

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