24th July 2017

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Contact Details

Office Telephone Number

  • 087 170 0949

Rosmarie Böhmer (Project Coordinator)

Tracey Koen (Social Auxiliary Woker and Housemother)

Vaughn Southey (Chairman of the board of directors)

  • 034 315 1241

Juliane Schütte (Financial Committee/Treasurer)

  • 082 886 3720
  • juliane@lantic.net

Liesel Beneke (Spokesperson)

Pastor Thomas Beneke

St Martins Village

Banking details

Thank you for your generosity and kindness.

Account name: St. Martins Village NPC

ACC NO:      40 9155 1975 | Cheque Account

Absa Entersprise Newcastle BRANCH No: 632005


St Martin’s Village’s PBO REG NO930058969



Recurring Amount


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St Martins Village

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Come and run! Proceeds of the race go towards Gelykwater Primary School and St Martin's Village. ...

Welcome to the IGNITE back yard 🙂 We're inviting you to come and visit us in Northern Natal this April......With a 10km, 20km & 50km trail run followed by a massive spit braai and camping under some awesome stars! For those that don't run, come for the weekend anyway! There's camping, food, walking trails....and of course one massive braai! An awesome weekend outing for the family.....final dates to be confirmed!

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Hello Everyone, the vegetable garden at St. Martin’s Village is thriving and we would like to give our community the opportunity to get their greens directly from the farm:
+ Tomatoes are R 10 per punnet
+ Spinach is R 5 per bunch of 10 leaves
+ Lettuce is R 10 per head/ bag of frilly lettuce
+ Kale is R 5 per bunch of 10 leaves
Mandla Mtshali (0845567500) is there to help you pick during business hours and to answer any questions. Payments are to be made through Tracy (0871700949) at the house.

We grow vegetables and herbs for use in the babies' home, for sharing with neighbouring NGO's and to sell - @ PnP Hutten Heights - with profit going towards funding the work of the home. The garden also gives an opportunity for the community to get involved by getting their hands dirty or purchasing local fresh & healthy produce.

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