Sprucing up

Below: Mandy da Matta, chairwoman of Table View Ratepayers Association and Table View Angels Ankarien Kathy get down and dirty in the green belt behind West Coast Village bordering the Netcare Blaauwberg Hospital.

The Table View Neighbourhood Watch held its first clean-up of the year on Saturday January 14.

Joining the group that cleaned the greenbelts and gulleys along the R27 were: Ward 107 councillor Nicky Rheeder, Table View Community Police Forum chairman David Harris, Law Enforcement’s Wayne Aldrige, Table View Ratepayers’ Association chairwoman Mandy da Matta and Ankarien Kathy of Table View Angels.

Mr Aldridge ordered homeless people to clear off from makeshift shelters they had erected next to St Chad’s Anglican Church and behind the West Coast Village.

The group also came across several items they suspected had been stolen, including several remotes, an alarm box, the inner chips of a computer that had been taken apart and tripod poles.

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