Stepping Stones list


Stepping Stones

GEESE Glencairn Vlei


This is a list of people who have bought Stepping Stones across the berm:

(This is not the final listing, there may well be adjustments and alterations required)

                                                              Glencairn Heights side

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                                                                          Glen Road side




This next list is more legible:  click on 'read more' if necessary

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Cilla Bromley
Philippe Jaques
Zoë Ann Coates
Cheti & Busta Laing
Margaret Miller
Diana Reekie
Duncan Reekie
Charles Bromley
Marié Bromley
Robert Bromley
Tamara Bromley
Alderman Nicki Holderness
Colin & Tania White
A. P. Jones
John van Huyssteen
Yeshe Kearny by Rosemary
Heather & Harry Holthuysen
Margaret & John Bridgman
Harry Croome
Full Circle Magazine
Zappa from Tekara and Miranda Jaques
Lee le Roux
Lynne Marais
Mary-Anne Hurn
Julia by Arlene Gippert

Jimmy & Kathy Duncan
William Bromley
Alain, Janet & Ben Jaques
Hindrik Bolhuis
 
Chris Charles
Patrick Harding
Gina & Henry Bromley & family
Joan Coogan
Glynda & Robert Doyle & family
Margaret Cartwright
Leigh Haselaw for Carole
John Watkins-Baker † by Richard
Margaret Harvey   
Bob Hulsman
Jo Wycisk † by Arlene Gippert
Keith & Valerie Carter
Chris Bonthuys
Sandy & Richard Macclesfield
George Minnaar † by Lesley & Sandra
Beth Minnaar † by Lesley & Sandra
Hindrik Bolhuis
Janet Cartwright

Leigh Hulsman
Arné Söderlund
Casper from Jandy Jaques
Georgina Bromley
Dagan Naeser
Daisy & Sophie Broek
Daniel Yeld
Allan Gordon † by Mieke
Hindrik Bolhuis
Vera Wallace Bradley
Diana Deekes
Rosanna & Malcolm Shennan
Kathleen Dell † by Penny
Sandy & Richard Macclesfield
Julia by Ros de Muynk
Tara Naeser
Daniel Yeld
Brad Wallace Bradley






 

Welcome to G.E.E.S.E.

Thank you for visiting the GEESE website.

GEESE is the acronym for Glencairn Education & Environmental Support Enthusiasts, we are a group of people who are passionate about our vlei (valley) through which runs the River Els (Else) on its way into False Bay off the Cape Peninsula.
At times it seeps through a wetland (which was caused by man), only to form a river as it flows out into the sea, with water in it all the year round. The wetland was caused by the rail and road bridges over the Els River being built in the early 1900s on the Simon’s Town side of Glencairn Beach/Els Bay. This prevented the sea from flowing naturally and tidally up the river.

The wetland was declared a Nature Conservation Area by John Wiley, then MP for Simon’s Town, as is recorded on a rock where the Glen Road crosses the Els. There are a number of paths round the wetland, some being used by workers going to and from work, and all of them by walkers, many with their dogs.

We have two pans with different characteristics: the top one is the home of Moorhens who have raised two clutches this season, three lots of chicks in each, and the bottom, nearer the sea, is home for the Coots. There should be many more birds but there are two busy roads on either side which are inhibiting factors.