Special STCA meeting


When: Thursday, 28 August 2014
Where: Simon’s Town Town Hall
Time: 19.30 hrs

All residents of Glencairn and Simon’s Town are encouraged to attend a presentation and discussion on key issues, which impact on our area and the importance of having an active Civic Association.

We will discuss the question: “How vulnerable is our area?”  We have chosen to live in this beautiful part of the Peninsula and every day are able to enjoy all that makes this area so special. But are we aware of possible threats to what we value here?

This meeting will discuss key issues, which impact on our area and the importance of having an active Civic Association. The meeting will appoint a new Civic Association Executive Committee to take a lead in working with the authorities to protect and enhance the rich assets of Simon’s Town and Glencairn.

If you care about where you live, come and participate in the discussion. Bring your neighbours along too.

For further information: General Meeting 2014 poster

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About Dr Louise de Waal

I am the face behind all the Green Girls in Africa social media and our sustainable tourism blog. I consider myself as a total Africa nut, big Cape Town lover, travel mad since I was a child, eager photographer, zealous travel writer, and passionate about sustainable tourism and conservation. Born and bred in Holland, lived and worked for 18 years in England, I consider myself extremely lucky to now live my dream in Cape Town, probably the most beautiful spot in the world, and to travel Africa. I love to discover unique, off-the-beaten track and meaningful tourism products and share these amazing experiences through various blog platforms, including the award winning The Good Holiday and the Responsible Traveller mag. I hold a PhD in Environmental Management, but found my true passion in sustainable tourism. In 2002, I founded Baobab Travel, a pioneering tour operating business offering responsible holidays to Africa. I now apply my sustainability expertise by helping tourism businesses to travel the road to sustainability through the Green Girls in Africa.

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