Flag Animal Farm came alive recently as hundreds of people got the opportunity to meet a few of the local heroes who work so hard for the community. Police, firefighters and emergency services were on scene to chat with the kids and their parents, give some demonstrations, show off their vehicles and sirens and educate the public on basic safety.
The golden sands of the Dolphin Coast once again drew thousands of visitors this year to take advantage of our stretch of coastal paradise. Both locals and holidaymakers took to the beaches to take advantage of a festive season bonanza of good weather and great times.
Thousands of eager party goers packed the streets of Ballito village for South Africa’s biggest street party. The neon lights were glowing, the DJ’s pumping out sweet beats and the young and beautiful people dancing, sweating and laughing together as 2018 came roaring in with a bang.
The Ballito Ski Boat Club’s annual King of Salmon Seaman Challenge was once again a great hit.
SMD in Ballito welcomed families from across the Dolphin Coast to join them for a day of fun over the weekend.
The bi-weekly market at Sugar Rush Park is always worth a visit.
The Litchi Orchard’s farmer’s market has always been a favourite with locals looking to enjoy a day out with farm fresh foods and live, local music.
The swallows made a late entry this year, arriving just the night before the annual picnic in Mount Moreland to welcome them back.
The annual Christmas Fair Funds’ Christmas Country Fair is in town and abuzz with ladies getting their present shopping done early to avoid the December rush. Make sure to pop in and stroll through the various marquees housing beautiful, proudly SA clothes, jewelry and beach accessories. The fair is on till 5pm today.
Strelizias reaching into the heavens, larger than life roses and fiery bromeliads lit up the Hallelujah Flower Festival at the All Souls Anglican Church last weekend.
Tiffany’s Shopping Centre was pretty in pink over the weekend when the ladies from SA Radiology – based in Netcare Alberlito Hospital – brought the Pink Drive to town. The message they were passing on was to urge women to go for regular mammograms, particularly in women over the age of 40 or if there is a family history of breast cancer.