The Plumstead Property Facebook page is located at https://www.facebook.com/PropertyPlumstead/
and is getting a surge in traffic and we would like to remind all our friends that we encourage all community posts on this active Facebook community page which is certainly NOT just about Plumstead property but features interesting current content on many local events and issues.
DOWNLOAD and then print (A4 size pdf) the colouring entry form (see link below)
(or collect one from the Bergvliet Office (Meadowridge Park ‘n Shop Centre) or our Tokai Chas Everitt office, 41 Tokai Road.
Hand in your completed entry in either at our Chas Everitt office in Meadowridge Park ‘n Shop Centre or on Tokai Road or you scan and email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
We will display the entries from Plumstead area at the offices over the Easter Weekend in our shop window at Meadowridge Park ‘n Shop Centre.
Multiple winners will be notified (we will group by age and office).
The prizes will be a number of Easter Hampers of various goodies.
Easter Chas Bear This link will take you to pdf download ?
The Diep River Community Police Forum is holding a public meeting on Thursday April 28, at 11am, at Musgrave Park Retirement Village in Old Kendal Road.
The purpose is to to speak to the community about safety. Diep River Police members will be present to answer questions and general talk on safety. Transport will be provided for those unable to attend on their own. To arrange this and for inquiries, contact Michael Kent on 021 797 83 55, 083 236 0387, or Meakent@gmail.com – Info supplied by Plumstead Neighbourhood Watch
Have you recently joined Plumstead Neighbourhood Watch (PNW)?
Would you like to find out out more about PNW and what we do?
Would you like to become more involved with PNW?
Are you interested in patrolling and being the “eyes and ears” of our community?
If so then we invite you to join us at our next “Orientation for new members and patrollers training workshop” which will be held on Monday, 2 May 2016. Apologies but in the welcome letters the date of the workshop was incorrectly given as 3 May. The aim of this workshop is to give you an overview of the activities of Plumstead Neighbourhood Watch, what we do and how we operate.
This workshop is aimed at new as well as existing members and in particular patrollers and will cover aspects such as the aims of patrolling, legal aspects, website overview, do’s and don’ts of patrolling, etc. This will also give you the opportunity to meet other members of PNW.
Directions to venue: The venue is located under the Victoria Road Bridge, next to the railway line with the entrance in Market Street
Note: For those members who want to patrol it is a requirement that you have a patrollers Identity Card. We will have the necessary forms available at the training for you to complete. We will also need two passport size photographs and a certified copy of your identity document.
Please come and join us, get to know our members and be prepared to assist in making the area we serve a safer place for us all.
PNW is part of the Constantia Valley Watches Association (CVWA) which comprises several watches throughout the Constantia Valley and its aim is to improve measures that deter crime through shared intelligence, resources and collective effort.
Pepper Cottages offers affordable holiday and/or business self catering accommodation in the lush and peaceful suburb of Plumstead, Cape Town.
Centrally located, within 20 minutes drive of Cape Town V &A Waterfront and Airport. This makes it an ideal base for holiday and/or business visitors.
Cottages overlook an enclosed private garden and swimming pool area. Access to an entertainment and braai area. Secure parking is provided behind electronic gates.
Fax: international +27862191953 local 0862191953
GPS: Latitude: -34.02742 Longitude: 18.47039
PlumPets Animal Shelter in Plumstead urgently needs funding to rebuild their facilities after a devastating fire claimed the lives of 7 rescued pets.
On Tuesday 1 December PlumPets Animal Shelter/ Plumstead Animal Hospital suffered a devastating fire in the early hours of the morning (5 AM). The fire broke out in the building used as the cattery, store room and housing facilities for fragile animals. It was an electrical fire that started in the area where we were housing a Mommy dog who had just been rescued from neglect and abandonment and found in a field in Epping with her five small puppies. Tragically the Mommy dog, her puppies and our parrot Polly all died in the fire despite the incredible efforts PlumPets owner, Paultette Bousfield who went to to try and save them. Paulette Bousfield sleeps on the premises to look after her nearly 40 animals during the night and rushed to the fire when she heard the Mommy dog barking for help. Unfortunately the Mommy dog would not leave her babies behind and Paulette was unable to save her before the fire took over the entire house. Nova, one of the two dogs who were being trained to be domesticated in the same building, passed out in the fire but was able to be resuscitated and is now looking for a foster home with her BFF Riley, where she can recover in peace with special attention, love and care. All the cats in our cattery were rescued by the fireman. We now need all the support we can get from our surrounding communities and international donors to rebuild our shelter.This tragedy came just months after another terrible event shocked our organisation.
In September 2015, our only vehicle was involved in a horrible car accident when a speeding tow truck collided with us on Victoria Road in Plumstead. Our vehicle was on its way to take 4 dogs to the forest for their daily off-lead walks – the happiness part of a PlumPet’s day! The driver of our vehicle, beloved kennelman and friend Eston, died in the accident and another kennelman was severely injured and is still overcoming the incident to this day. Luckily all four of our dogs survived but with left injured and are still experiencing PTSD from the crash. We now have no vehicle making it impossible to take the dogs on daily off-lead walks and no vehicle for emergencies.
Currently, we are desperately trying to raise funds to rebuild our shelter as well as home as many animals as possible in this tragic time. We are also looking for permanent homes for our animals in a time when we need it most. If you’re available to adopt a dog, cat or kitten from us, please get in touch via our Facebook page or website at www.plumpets.org
You can find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/PlumPets/ for all the details, photos and updates regarding the fire we suffered.
Please get in touch with any assistance you can offer!
Original Source: GivenGain
Every day we make mistakes that leave our homes vulnerable to a break-in. A burglar will always choose the easiest target and that’s good news for you – it means you have a lot of influence on whether you become a victim or not.
- Hiding keys by doorways – leaving keys near door ways is very risky as you risk someone duplicating your key and breaking in whenever they want.
- Leaving out mail – an overflowing mailbox is a good sign that no one is home as well as it allows criminals to steal your mail and gain personal information.
- Open windows – windows are often the easiest entry point for burglars to access your home as doors can be sturdy and deadlocked.
- Leaving valuables in sight – valuables should be left out sight so that burglars and stored away as expensive items signal that you have money and is a clear indicator to a burglar that your home is worth targeting.
- No visible security – securing your home with burglar bars and visible security measures is a huge deterrent to burglars.
- Not maintaining your yard – a messy yard is a signal to a burglar that you are an easy target as untrimmed trees and hedges make for potential hiding places.
- Updating social media – avoid using social media to let strangers know your whereabouts as you never know who is following you online.
- A lifeless home – leaving lights and the TV / Radio on a timer can signal to a burglar that someone is home.
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Plumstead is enjoying keen interest from buyers. The top end schools, relaxed lifestyle and affluent community are very appealing to buyers looking for exclusive homes in this sought after area.
Modern elegant and stylish home:
Entrance hall leads to open plan living with lounge and fire place with sliding door leading outside to an established garden.Open plan kitchen with solid wooden counter tops.Three bedrooms, two with build in cupboards. Family bathroom with shower.Single garage, alarm system and expanding doors on all window and doors.
For more information about this sold Plumstead property follow the link.
Contact Plumstead Property Specialist Pat McCleland on 074 932 8586 for further queries.