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White River Garden Pavilion is a lush corner of colour and tranquillity; the perfect place to escape for a cup of tea or a light lunch and to meander along the verdant arrangements of plants. Dally a while sniffing fragrant herbs and flowers and reclaim a little bit of your soul back from the general daily rush.
We live in a spectacular part of the country. When was the last time you really paid attention to the sun setting, or that glorious moon rising? Or noticed the magnificence of that midnight blue starry sky?
When I look beyond the ranting on social media it is clear to me that bridges are still being built, that people are reaching out to each other and that our young people have a lot they can teach us.
The common swifts arrive in SA sometime in October, I hope you agree with me that swifts are truly remarkable birds indeed.
White River is full of talented, charitable and hardworking people. We are situated in a beautiful spot that is close to natural wonders.
Chalkboard signs simply mention berries, flowers and veggies and the gates are wide open but, being polite Saffers, few venture through the portal. Oh, how you should. The understated entrance belies the enchanting ‘honesty’ fresh produce shop within.
Visitors to White River and the Lowveld now have a one stop shop for their holiday needs while accommodation owners can relax back knowing their accommodation investment is well managed and providing them with a carefree income.
The most exciting news of all is the cheerful, family orientated nature of the Club’s home games. Folk arrive on Saturday afternoons (keep an eye on We Are White River’s Events Calendar to find out when these are) with their braais and coolerboxes and park their bakkies around the field. As the first half gets underway, the tummy-rumbling aroma of sizzling boerie wafts over the stadium. Kids range free, ouma and oupa enjoy the outing and the sideline experts shout themselves hoarse. When the final whistle blows, the kids flood the field to play a mini game of their own and spectators repair to the Clubhouse to continue the party.
What is their motivation, I ask? Apart from an innate compassion for their fellow man, they are constantly moved by the humility of the people they meet here and their resilience even under challenging circumstances.