The fête was enjoyed by all those who attended, and it was decided to make it an annual event.
It’s the largest organisation run by and dealing with women, with the head office of Women’s Institutes worldwide being based London, England.
Happy and carefree memories were definitely being made, along with some dangerously fun-looking mosh pits.
“I hope this won’t be the first and the last of these type of events we’ll host here,” Ki-ki added.
Over 200 people, mostly family members of patients who were cared for by Stepping Stone Hospice, gathered in the hospice gardens in New Market Park to remember and honour their loved ones.
Waja said the day was for disadvantaged and differently enabled children to enjoy and be educated in a fun way.
Oakdene residents Dennis and Melanie Preston were absolutely amazed when the owl box they’d had put onto the side of their home six years ago, was, in fact, housing an owl and her three babies.
City Power technicians have been dispatched to the site.
The Caxton Joburg South branch joined in the fun of Photography and here are some of our best pics.
“It was a really great day and the weather made it perfect,” said a parent, who was there with her two little girls.
Don’t mess with these women.