Royalston Estate and Private Game Reserve will dedicate their grand opening weekend to raising funds for Stop Rhino Poaching. According to the lates figures from the Department of Environmental Affairs, a total of 363 rhinos have been poached and killed this year alone. This is more than the accumulative 325 poaching incidents from 2000 to 2009.
The grand opening weekend, which will take place on the 7th and 8th of June 2013, will comprise of a Black Tie Rhino Fundraiser on the Friday and a ‘Run for Rhinos’ trail run on the Royalston Estate on the Saturday.
The Royalston development is located on the southern boundary of Kragga Kamma Road and Lakeside Road, east of Colleen Glen, extending south towards the ocean. The property, measuring close to 1000 Ha in size, is characterised by pristine coastal vegetation consisting of ancient Milkwoods, Yellowwoods and the like, with open grasslands stretching over rolling hills and freshwater streams feeding the largest lake in Port Elizabeth, which is also found on the property. It is a space worth preserving for future communities where like minded people share their care and appreciation of the environment by creating tranquil and sustainable living spaces.
The fundraiser will take place at the estate’s popular function venue, Lake de La Vie, where guests will enjoy an evening hosted by Carol Ann Kelleher and Gino Fabbri. The evening will be filled with live entertainment from the NMMU Choir, the New Afro Teens, Aston and Charlie and
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