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J'Bay clean-up success

05 June 2019
Hattie Windvogel from Hankey and James Doro from St Francis Bay were part of the big J’Bay clean-up on Friday.

Hattie Windvogel from Hankey and James Doro from St Francis Bay were part of the big J’Bay clean-up on Friday.

Among the residents who took part in Friday’s campaign was Laetitia Visser (centre). She met up with Councillors Cynthia August and Frances Baxter at the main beachfront.

Among the residents who took part in Friday’s campaign was Laetitia Visser (centre). She met up with Councillors Cynthia August and Frances Baxter at the main beachfront.

Joshua Project and Private Care Ambulance Services joined the clean-up from Walskipper to Dolphin Beach.

Joshua Project and Private Care Ambulance Services joined the clean-up from Walskipper to Dolphin Beach.

Foreman Whitey Antoni (back left) and his team prepare for the big clean-up.

Foreman Whitey Antoni (back left) and his team prepare for the big clean-up.

Team members who helped to clean the beaches from Kabeljous to Dolphin Beach.

Team members who helped to clean the beaches from Kabeljous to Dolphin Beach.

Melikhaya Yoyo and Kerneels Smith repaired and beautified the pavement area opposite Kitchen Windows.

Melikhaya Yoyo and Kerneels Smith repaired and beautified the pavement area opposite Kitchen Windows.

The public and private sectors took hands on Friday to give Jeffreys Bay a thorough clean-up ahead of the JBay Winterfest.

The clean-up was hosted by Kouga Municipality and brought together municipal workers, Community Works Programme (CWP) teams, local businesses, community groups, schools, churches and individuals.

Executive Mayor Horatio Hendricks said the clean-up had been a team effort and applauded everyone who participated.

“It was the first time that a clean-up of this magnitude was held, with the town and entire beachfront receiving attention. Thank you to everyone who contributed to the success of the campaign,” he said.

He said similar clean-ups will also be held in other towns as part of the Keep Kouga Clean campaign.

“We decided to start in Jeffreys Bay because the JBay Winterfest is only a few weeks away,” he said.

“The JBay Winterfest is the biggest international event hosted in our region and draws media attention from around the globe. This makes it a fantastic way to market our area and draw more tourists.”

The Mayor also extended his gratitude to the many groups and individuals who have been helping to keep J’Bay neat and tidy on an ongoing basis.