Fun day 26th Nov 2011 - Jamestown Neighbourhood Watch

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2011/11/26 08:00

Please contact Vivian van der Merwe if you would like to assist by displaying your vehicle/s. 

082 961 9519. E-mail:

Jamestown Neighbourhood Watch and Jamestown CPF (Community Police Forum) are having their second Annual Fun Day fundraiser on Saturday 26th November.   Amongst other things they are arranging a static display of interesting vehicles (exotics, motorcycles, vintage, etc.) and would be most grateful for any community-spirited support we may be able to assist with. The display will be positioned on the Jamestown Community Sport Club soccer field and will monitored throughout the day (from 09h00 until 16h00) by dedicated security personnel and the exhibits will exhibited on a strictly “look and no touch” basis.

Please contact Vivian van der Merwe if you would like to assist by displaying your vehicle/s. 

082 961 9519. E-mail:

The funds raised by the ‘Pretdag’ are used to keep the Neighbourhood Watch alive and functioning. This year they will be having numerous stalls selling local produce and various home-made items. They are charging R50 day-rental per stall towards their funds and stall-holders are not charged any commission on their sales. Corporate stall-holders or high-visibility advertisers who will pay R1000 per site or stall.

The day will also feature various entertainments, pageants, competitions, a SAPS helicopter and Dog Unit demonstration with the SAPS marching band in attendance, a static racing car display and many other draw-card events.

Jamestown (on the outskirts of Stellenbosch) is one of the few truly integrated communities in the New South Africa where fourth-generation farm labourers, informal dwellers, university academics and small-scale strawberry and vegetable farmers and their families live together in harmony.

Your support, no matter how big or small, will be greatly appreciated! Every donation; whether in material or monetary form, will help to ensure the future of Jamestown as a safe,  crime-free and exemplary New South African integrated community.

For more info or to book a stall Please contact Vivian van der Merwe

082 961 9519. E-mail:


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