Good neighbourhood security is linked to being a good Neighbour

Good neighbourhood security is linked to being a good Neighbour

In these days of increased security concerns that are increasingly linked to load shedding we are all very stressed. We need to be responsible and help create a more harmonious environment for ourselves and your neighbours.

Whether your first home or you have been in your neighbourhood for awhile, keeping good relations with the neighbours can make a big difference in your quality of life and to security. Here are a few etiquette tips to reduce friction and keep the peace with your neighbours and enhance neighbourhood security.

  1. Say hello. A friendly smile and wave to a neighbour when you go out and get the mail can go a long way toward creating a pleasant atmosphere.
  1. Turn your music down. This is a simple peacekeeper, tried and true. If you plan on entertaining and having music, let your neighbours know ahead of time and keep it to a reasonable volume.

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And our three Grand Dining Club Winners are

Every person who sponsored a gift for our Pamper Hampers was entered into a draw for one of three Grand Dining Club cards.
Each winner below will receive a Grand Dining Club Card valued R600
and will enjoy 50% discounts on meals at participating GDC restaurants!
To get your Grand Dining Club card got to
Mr H Lilenstein
136 Woodgate Road
Mr Fortuin
26 Woodley Rd
Susan Evans
6 Yellowwood Crescent
Diep River
021 71***55Please note that your card needs to be personalised and printed.
It will be valid for 12 months from the date of issue.

Spoilt with Pamper Hampers

It was an absolute pleasure handing over 550 hampers for the Senior Citizens of Musgrave Park at a Cheese and Wine evening arranged by the Chairperson of the Musgrave Service Centre, Citty Petersen-Lawless and Treasurer, Jean Van Wyk.


There were 120 residents at the function who received their Pamper Hampers from the Chas Everitt  Property Consultants who had worked tirelessly on making this all possible.014

The pictured below from left to right are Pat McCleland Plumstead Property Consultant, Teresa BothaClaremont Property Consultant, Jean Van Wyk, Musgrave Park, Citty Petersen-Lawless Musgrave Park, Joan Ross Diep River & Plumstead Property Consultant, Franlize Fourie Plumstead Property Consultant.



The Pamper Hamper

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Dear Neighbour!

It will soon be Christmas…

We all like to help a neighbour in need if we can.

To this end we are organising 625 PAMPER HAMPERS for the elderly residents of two local old age homes in Diep River and Plumstead.
These hampers are made up by contributions by various local businesses.
The hampers will be delivered before Christmas.

Sunnyside Lodge
Target: 75 hampers
Communicare Musgrave Park
Diep River
Target: 550 hampers
To make these hampers more personal and more meaningful, we’d like to invite residents to add a gift to the hamper.
We will call to suggest a few suitable ‘pamper’ gifts that have been approved as suitable by the participating homes.
These range from R30 to R50.  We will happily collect the gift from you at a convenient time.

If this is not an affordable contribution, we can collect a tin of fruit salad to add to the hamper.  We feel the act of contribution is what is important!

This is a Chas Everitt Cape Town South initiative – 021 712 5029

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New!  Give a gift and stand a chance to win a prize!

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