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A boutique craft market hosted in a private garden overlooking the ocean in the beautiful secluded village of Clansthal, between Scottburgh and Umkomaas, provides a platform for the Clansthal Conservancy to raise funds for conservancy projects.

Enjoy a relaxing morning and support local traders offering a range of crafts, clothing, and décor items.  The market has no shop bought items. Early birds get the pick of the home-made food stalls and enjoy a filling breakfast to prepare them for their Christmas shopping spree, after which there’s still time to relax and listen to music until lunch time.

Visitors enjoy a relaxing Sunday in a beautiful garden with magnificent sea views while listening to live music and socialising in an outdoor setting.   Please note – no visiting dogs as there are resident dogs.

                                          Date:  Sunday 11th and 18th December 2022

Time:  9am until 2pm

Venue:  111 Pig & Whistle Drive, Clansthal.

 We regret no visiting dogs as there are resident dogs.

Contact us if you are a crafter and would like to participate.

Please contact Liz Cunningham for more information lizc@scottburgh.co.za or on her cell phone 083 556 8108

 

The Clansthal Conservancy lies on the South Coast of KZN, between the Mhlongwana River in the north and the Mhlongwa River in the south. It extends from the sea to the edge of the e’Thekwini boundary in the west. It is some 2 190 ha in extent. The Malongwana River has a total catchment area of 1 630 ha of which 930 ha is within the Clansthal Conservancy. The larger Mhlongwa River rises beyond Dududu, has a catchment area of about 8 000 ha, of which only 1 280ha lies within the conservancy. The remaining 260ha mostly consists of five small streams which drain directly into the sea, and run through Clansthal village.

The Marine Protected Area (MPA) extends in a rectangle from the Ngane River (north of the Mkomasi River) to the Mzimayi River in the south and for five nautical miles (over nine kilometers) out to sea. This takes it practically to the edge of the continental shelf or 100m sea depth. The proposed sanctuary area is a smaller rectangle within the MPA.

Join Clansthal Conservancy on Facebook to get more information

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