Need an increased quota for your household drinking water consumption

Need an increased quota for your household drinking water consumption

To apply for special exemption from the water restrictions on conditions laid out in the water restrictions guidelines, please follow the process below:

* Exceptions are only made in special circumstances.
* Individual applications are evaluated on the merits of the case and require supporting documentation.
* Exemptions are applicable to businesses where water use is a core function of the business.

Step 1: Download and complete the Special Exemption from Water Restrictions Application Form in the document downloads section at the bottom of the page. You will need to provide a detailed motivation and supporting evidence along with your exemption application.

This link will give you the pdf form

Attach the following along with your application:

  • a certified copy of the applicant’s ID; and
  • evidence and/or documentation in support of the exemption application.

Step 2: Hand in your completed exemption application at any of the City’s Walk-in Centres or email it to water.restrictions@capetown.gov.za. Only special exemption applications must be emailed to this address.

Step 3: The City will review your application and supporting documents. Thereafter a City water inspector will conduct an inspection of your site.

Residents who have valid reasons for higher water consumption than the quota stipulated in the water restrictions (i.e. above 87 litres per person per day) need to submit a completed Application to Increase Current Quota of Water Supplied Affidavit Form to water@capetown.gov.za.This application form is for an increase in monthly household consumption only.

If you require exemption from other water restrictions, please apply using the Special Exemption from Water Restrictions Application Form and follow the process outlined on Council website 

It’s all Magic in Bergvliet

Western Cape teen battle of the wands returns to Cape Town this September!

Ten young magicians vie for provincial champion titles and top honours

The ultimate provincial magical teen battle of the year, the 2017 Western Cape Junior Magician Championships, returns to Cape Town’s Bergvliet High School on Saturday 23 September 2017.

This is it! The ultimate teen battle of the wands – the 2017 Western Cape Junior Magician Championships – will see the province’s most talented young illusionists compete for top honours and the titles, at Bergvliet High School on Saturday 23 September 2017.Image credit: Andrew Klazinga

Hosted annually by the College of Magic, Cape Town’s only magical arts organisation, the Championships will see ten of the province’s most promising young wizards go wand to wand in two thrilling contests for the Western Cape Junior Magician title and the opportunity to attend international magical events.

It is every teenage wunderkind for his or herself as they prepare to wow a judging panel of entertainment veterans and the audience with their competing acts in the dexterous art of Close-Up magic and stunning illusions of Stage magic.

While the judges deliberate about winners for the Close-Up and Stage magic events at 4pm and 7pm, audience members can enjoy the not-to-be-missed Street Magic Contest. The contest sees mischievous buskers perform their marvellous coin magic, card tricks and balloon modeling up close for fans who can then vote, via ballot paper, for their 2017 Street Magic Champion.
 
in addition to the exciting wizardry contests, audiences can look forward to a special guest performance by Bryan Miles, a master of the wicked manipulation of the mind and a performer who is trained in the art of thought deception. Bryan has performed across the globe, from London to Los Angeles, for movie stars and celebrities. His ground-breaking primetime SABC TV series, ‘One Day with Bryan Miles’ has had South Africans across the country questioning what is possible and what is not.  
 
Championships’ audiences can look forward to Miles’ mindblowing perfomance that will keep them questioning the potential of the human mind!

Celebrating its 37th year of teaching the art of magic and its allied arts as well as vital life-skills to children and adults in 2017, the College of Magic, a non-profit organisation and the only one of its kind in the world, has proudly hosted the Championships for more than three decades:

“It is an incredible honour to host the Championships, one of the most highly anticipated magical events of the year, once again. A family- friendly event of this nature not only prepares our contestants for competing in the professional magical world but it also gives magic fanatics a taste of astonishing entertainment they won’t soon forget!”, says David Gore, director of the College of Magic.

Be a spectator at the ultimate teenage magical battle of the year:

An entertaining afternoon/evening of magical showmanship awaits spectators at the Western Cape Junior Magician Championships at Bergvliet High School on Saturday 23 September 2017! Tickets for the Championships start from R100 and are available at www.collegeofmagic.com/tickets. Book yours TODAY!

For more information about the Championships and the College of Magic, please visit www.collegeofmagic.com or call +27(0)21 683 5480.

Make your property problems dissapear like magic!  This community notice is brought to you by Cecily Madison your Chas Everitt International local area specialist for Bergvliet, Meadowridge, Kreuplebosch.  www.CEI.co.za 

Sweet Valley Primary’s 60th anniversary

#Bergvliet – A festival of winter sports to celebrate Sweet Valley Primary’s 60th anniversary. #SweetValleyPrimary
Cecily Madison from Chas Everitt as always “in the middle of it” supporting community and school activities.  Always a great example of a business person giving back!

Chas Everitt at the Village Fair (*Due to rain glorious rain it is postponed till next Friday)

We will be offering property information to clients and having some fun with three competitions!So come visit us at the Chas Everitt shop where we will offer ‘sherry and champagne’ and join in the fun!Enter our LANZERAC WEEKEND Luxury Cape Town Weekend Competition
#WishYouLivedHere
We will also be running the Easter Colouring Competition awarding 3 winners a Chas Bear on the day.
All ages catered for! (If you want to download and bring the entry to us you can do so here)
Our third competition is for a fabulous Easter Hamper !

Let’s be good sports!  Pre-loved sports gear for the Spartan Harriers Youth Development Program
can be dropped off at our office on the day.

Easter Chas Bear Colouring Competition

DOWNLOAD and then print (A4 size pdf) the colouring entry form (see link below)
(or collect one from the Bergvliet or Tokai Chas Everitt office) 

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 cecily@everitt.co.za

We will display the entries at the offices over the Easter Weekend in our shop window.

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  🙂

Where does the name Kreupelbosch come from?

Where does the name Kreupelbosch come from?

Have you ever wondered where the name #Kreupelbosch came from? Here is an excerpt from a piece written in the Bulletin many years ago by Hilary Mauve.

Where did “Kreupelbosch” get its name from?

The name “Kreupelbosch” refers to the yellow pincushion, Leucospermum conocarpodendron, which grew abundantly in the Cape Peninsula. It means, literally, “gnarled thicket”, a good description of the manner in which it flourished. As far back as the Dutch East India company days, theKreupelbosch provided one of the major sources of fuel at the Cape. The wood was converted to charcoal and used extensively for cooking. This is probably why today there is little sign of this formerly plentiful pincushion.
Has anyone in the area seen any traces of this yellow pincushion?

Taken from The Constantiaberg Bulletin in March 1982 from “Our Past” by Hilary Mauve

Security Workshop for Domestic Workers

Security Workshop for Domestic Workers

ADT have very kindly offered to hold a security workshop for our domestic workers on TUESDAY 16th August at 11:30 in the hall of Bergvliet Sports Club Childrens Way.

This workshop is very informative and interesting, offering advice and security tips for travelling to and from the workplace, for example not discussing where they work or what they do when in taxis, busses or trains, as you never know who is listening.

A brief overview of how the alarm system and panic buttons work, the importance of keeping the doors locked and being aware of what and who is around you ie details of clothing and description of vehicles and licence plate numbers.

This 2 hour (approximately) workshop is free of charge and teas and biscuits will be provided.
Please call BKM office 021 715 5557 or email office@bkmwatch.org.za to book your place.

This community notice brought to you by Cecily MadisonChas Everitt Bergvliet and Meadowridge

Holy Redeemer Catholic Church

Holy Redeemer Catholic Church

The well-known church in Bergvliet Road, the Holy Redeemer Catholic Church was blessed and opened in 1925.

Holy Redeemer Church, is home to a thriving worshiping community of all ages. At the heart of the parish community is a Community of Redemptorist Missionaries who live in the adjoining Monastery.

The parish is part of the Roman Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of Cape Town.  Read more

1st Meadowridge Scout Group

1st Meadowridge Scout Group

1st Meadowridge Scout Group was founded by Mr Stuart McPhearson and his wife at the beginning of the Meadowridge Garden Cities Project in the 1950’s. They initially started running the Scouts and Cubs from their garage until the Hall was completed in 1962, which is still their current home.

Located on the edge of the Meadowridge Common, and near the soccer field, they are fortunate to have nature and place for outdoor activities on their doorstep.  Read more