Category Archives: CLICK TO SEE CONTENT

Pro Appointments – KHBA’s newest Adopt-A-Spot appointee

Keep Hillcrest Beautiful Association’s Jean Jooste has managed to jump through all the hoops that are required by the eThekwini municipality to gain permission for the spot to be adopted, and to have the sign manufactured and erected, for our … Continue reading

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2017 – 2018 Verge award – Corporate winner : Hillcrest Primary School

The Keep Hillcrest Beautiful Association [KHBA] has awarded the 2017 – 2018 Verge winner to Hillcrest Primary School. The landscaper is Ian Lief and the MaintenanceĀ  Manager is Ruff Booth and together they have made the gardens in the school … Continue reading

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Adopt-A-Spot sponsored by Pro Appointments.

Pro Appointments is Keep Hillcrest Beautiful Association’s most recent adoptee. KHBA is very grateful to them for adopting the verge outside Cube House, an area that spans the service road between the AIDS centre and Cube House. In the photograph … Continue reading

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Tree vandals – Elizabeth Road Park

Keep Hillcrest Beautiful Association on 11 September 2017, Arbour Month, planted five indigenous trees kindly donated by Mike Haskins from ParksĀ  & Gardens. A visit yesterday, a month later, revealed that 3 trees have been vandalised. The stems have been … Continue reading

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BUTTERFLY EVENT – 25 09 2017 – GIBA CONSERVANCY

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Follow the link on the blog page to The Indigenous Gardener website

Quite stunning.      

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Park in Elizabeth Road

The Association adopted the park in 2008 and have maintained it and planted trees and removed Invasive Alien Plants, and Westriding Neighbourhood Watch keep the park free of litter and so it is a pleasant place to walk and exercise … Continue reading

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