Manley Flats Community Trails needs your support

 

The Sikhululekile Community invites you to make use of their trails. This is a community that instead of sticking out a begging hand, rolled up their sleeves and worked extremely hard to make these trails possible. In this past month, trail use has been low and the community is losing heart. Various trails include a walk, run, cycle, or bird watch. A day fee is R30 and a year permit only R100. Scholars pay R10 per day. A dedicated 4×4 route is also available. The trail starts with a safe parking area and a self-help kiosk situated behind Radway Green B&B 15km from Grahamstown on the R67.

Tracy Lee van Aarde strolling back in from a good morning’s walk
Shimorne Prince enjoying her run
The 4×4 is on a 20km dedicated jeep track and includes a few nice obstacles
Take a break and enjoy the views. The trails follow contour paths and are well marked, so there is no need to rush
Self issue day permit
A better option is a year permit.
Rest a while. You can dip your toes, but you cannot drink it. Bring enough drinking water and a snack to eat. The trails are waiting for you and Sikhululekile Community needs the income
John and Zwelethu serves on the Sikhululekile community. They make sure that all funds are equally divided amongst community members
Entrance to the trails, behind Radway Green B&B

Find them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Manley-Flats-Community-Trails-583974581793281/

 

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