The Jeffreys Bay Nifty 50 Club gathered at the Supertubes Park for their monthly outing earlier this week. The Supertubes Surfing Foundation (SSF) organised for the braai areas to be cleaned and for gazebo’s to be set up.
The group of about 25 people first walked through the Norsekloof Nature Reserve and then descended on the Park at about 09h30 when tables, umbrellas and chairs set up and the burgers and wors were soon sizzling.
Alison Kuhl from SSF gave a short talk on the work of the Foundation and had books of photos on hand for the Nifty 50’s to browse through. They were taken through the Rescue Centre and given information about propagation of many of the plants, the benefit of using indigenous plants and the use of the medicinal plants.
The club indicated they would like to return to the Park later on in the year, to see how the plants look after some rain. Many were unaware of the work being done by the Supertubes Foundation and what has transpired in the Park and even of the wild animals on our doorstep.
They also observed Enviroman collecting from the recycling bins – many will now also be using the bins as well as they were unaware of the facility that is available to all residents of the town.