News & Events

The Estate Managers’ Newsletter : 14 September 2017

Dear Residents and Members,

Phase One of The Multi Purpose Track is almost complete with the final touches being applied this week. There will be a detailed newsletter out on Friday with more information including the Rules and Regulations. Paint for the poles demarcating the track has generously being supplied by Resident PJ Smith of Performance Painting Contractors – our very first sponsor!

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MOUNT EDGECOMBE COUNTRY CLUB ESTATE SPORT & LIFESTYLE NEWSLETTER

Dear Members & Residents,

We are proud to announce that the Multi-Purpose Track is going full steam ahead and will be rolled out in phases, with a dry run launch on the 18th September. In addition to this we would also like to announce the building of the “Merrick Hills” MTB Trail Centre and this is for mountain bikes only and is a technical skills area.  Please see more information about this further along.

The Multi-Purpose Track is a great asset to our Estate and I am sure you will appreciate that it will require extensive on-going maintenance. Similar to other trails, all users will be required to take out membership and sign an indemnity form. The Multi-Purpose Track will be divided into sections for sponsorship purposes and sponsors will get publicity from both signage on the track as well as through our newsletters and Facebook page. More details for follow at a later date.

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The Estate Managers’ Newsletter : 30 August 2017

Dear Residents and Members,

Firstly a very big thank you to Gareth Finnemore who has bought 6 trees for Arbor Day to replenish the trees that were removed to make way for the construction of the Flanders Interchange. We are extremely grateful! If you would like to help please contact Yvette on secretary@meccematwo.co.za or (031) 5025360. More information further along in this newsletter.

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MOUNT EDGECOMBE COUNTRY CLUB ESTATE SPORT & LIFESTYLE NEWSLETTER

Dear Members & Residents,

Winter finally crept across Durban! Mercifully, that doesn’t happen often and the sun shines again ~ in time for all the incredible goodies we have planned.

There is a new special at the Boar’s Head Restaurant!! The “Rib Rage” special is every Tuesday and Saturday, and we are working on updating the wine list to include a new range of lovely wines. Our new Rib Rage special starts today, and due to the superb “Wine and Food Pairing” event last month we  have scheduled another on the 26th October. Please note there is no longer a Pasta Night and the Pint & Pie night has moved to a Thursday.

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MOUNT EDGECOMBE COUNTRY CLUB ESTATE SPORT & LIFESTYLE NEWSLETTER

Dear Members & Residents,

Well, August certainly burst through with an abundance of activities – and there’s more to come! This past weekend saw a flurry of energy on the Estate with Rugbytots in action at the field in Quail Valley, the Trail Run/Walk on Friday night, the exciting Tennis social on Saturday and last but not least, the bowling competition that ended on Sunday.

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MOUNT EDGECOMBE COUNTRY CLUB ESTATE SPORT & LIFESTYLE NEWSLETTER: 27 JULY

Dear Members & Residents,

It has been a long process, but we are happy to announce that the Multi Purpose Trail has begun. The 11,5km trail will cater to keen cyclists and avid walkers. There are two phases to this project, namely, plotting the ground work and then introducing various routes which Ian Wilson of Single Track Minded is managing. We talk to him further along.

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The Estate Managers’ Newsletter : 4 July 2017

Dear Members & Residents
June was certainly the month of great change and there is definitely an atmosphere of drive and energy amongst Management. Not only did June see the completion of The Watershed Cafe, the start of our new Communications and Media Manager who is to kick start the communications merger of the three entities of Mount Edgecombe, but Estate One and Two had some great changes at their AGM meetings.

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Monkey Issue

Dear Members

Over the last 3 months, I have met with a number of different parties, all who are critical in the decision making process on the very controversial topic of the monkeys.  The resounding response from all these invested parties is that before any course of action can be taken we need to know exactly how many monkeys there so we can assess if in fact they have increased and by exactly how many.

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