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Kouga makes a splash at the Plaasfees

11 February 2019
Fire-fighter Jabu Luthuli helps to set up Kouga Municipality’s “save water” colouring-in stall at the Humansdorp Plaasfees.

Fire-fighter Jabu Luthuli helps to set up Kouga Municipality’s “save water” colouring-in stall at the Humansdorp Plaasfees.

Sporting their “save water” caps at the Humansdorp Plaasfees were resident Anne van der Berg, Kouga Municipality’s Veronica Booysen, Kouga Fire shift commander Henwill Mintoor, Smhart security guard Mandisa Kumbaca and Private Care’s Eduard Dorfling.

Sporting their “save water” caps at the Humansdorp Plaasfees were resident Anne van der Berg, Kouga Municipality’s Veronica Booysen, Kouga Fire shift commander Henwill Mintoor, Smhart security guard Mandisa Kumbaca and Private Care’s Eduard Dorfling.

Fire-fighters Terence Perils and Marcus Nzimela joined mascot Splash to spread the “save water” message at the Humansdorp Plaasfees.

Fire-fighters Terence Perils and Marcus Nzimela joined mascot Splash to spread the “save water” message at the Humansdorp Plaasfees.

Youngsters put their creativity to the test at Kouga Municipality’s “save water” colouring-in stall.

Youngsters put their creativity to the test at Kouga Municipality’s “save water” colouring-in stall.

There was plenty of activities for the younger set at the Humansdorp Plaasfees.

There was plenty of activities for the younger set at the Humansdorp Plaasfees.

Kouga Municipality made a splash with its water-saving campaign at the Humansdorp Plaasfees on Saturday.

Popular water mascot Splash and the municipality’s colouring-in stall were at the festival. Also in attendance, with their new fire truck, was the Kouga Fire Department.

“We’d like to thank the organisers for inviting us to be part of the festival,” Kouga Mayor Horatio Hendricks said.

“It was a fantastic experience and allowed us to remind young and old of the role each one of us has to play in helping to achieve water security for our region.”