Hallo everyone! We have been a bit quiet for the last year or so, especially on our website, but we are back! We have revamped and simplified our website and we will be posting regular articles again, so do let us know what you would like to see! We also have an office again at…
Our key pillars remain social, environmental & economic resilience. The town will thrive if we are able to bounce back from the many challenges that are thrown at us in these three areas.
We Are White River supports a positive approach to life and connects with the community in a number of ways.
We help develop a good story where there is potential – through engaging all elements of your business.
We connect you to the community out there and help you to keep their attention and to become your biggest marketing team.
What is clear is that even with their dedication, passion and commitment to We Are White River, Hilton and Larissa cannot do it alone. Building and uplifting community requires community input. They are open to ideas and collaborations, so what are you waiting for?
Nut Grove Manor offers first class accommodation in a historical colonial country setting. The owners pride themselves on their exceptional service and meeting every guest’s expectations. And besides offering superb accommodation, Nut Grove is available as a venue hire.
In our positive way we hoped to bring a bit of light and fun to help the town finish off the year – and we were de-“Lighted” by the turnout. Well done White River!
Communities thrive on doing things together and doing things for each other – it’s as simple and as obvious as that. The more we do for each other and with each other, the more robust we will be as a group. This includes ‘making the circle bigger’ to include the larger community outside our gates and on the hill beyond our town.
Anton and Hanlie met at Art School and returned to Esias’s studio in White River from where they began working and developing their individual styles until about 10 years ago they built their current studio and gallery adjacent to their home in St George Street.
Let your dusty car be a badge of Responsible Citizenship Honour, and if you have to wash it, go one better than the minimum requirements and use a bucket. Isolate a small area of your garden to save, and use your grey water to keep it going. The rest will come back when the heavens finally open and after all, brown is the new green! Collect every possible drop of water and use it – toilet flush, washing dishes and hands, car wash etc.
Writing this blog every month gets Di Atherton to take a closer look at the town she has called home for the past 20 years. She was shocked the other day to realise that 2016 is the 20th anniversary of their move from Benoni out onto a farm in the Peebles Valley.