Paulshof Community makes Easter fun for all, when they arranged their first ever Easter Egg Hunt

The Paulshof Community and its children were ecstatic about the Rivonia Riding Club Ponies that visited the day and offered loads of fun pony rides and dressage shows.Photo: Karen Koch


The Paulshof Residents and Ratepayers Association (PRRA) officially held their first ever Easter Egg Hunt and the community had loads of fun on Sunday 9 April. The Rivonia Riding Club entertained the day and generously provided pony rides and a dressage show.

The brilliant event was planned by Brigette Smith the environmental representative for the PRRA and manager of the Rivonia Riding Club. The PRRA extended a huge amount of gratitude toward Smith.

The children of the Paulshof community ran all over collecting their Easter eggs and shrills of laughter filled the open air on Sunday, while their parents enjoyed seeing their little ones overjoyed with this ages old tradition.

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Candice James, ward 93 councillor, advised, “Paulshof should consider having the Achter Road field rezoned and declared a public park, to ensure that the community can keep benefiting from this open space.”

The PRRA also extended many thanks to Harrilabs, Rawson Properties, Food Lovers Market and Trudie Moore for sponsoring all the beautiful chocolate coated egg treats. 7 Arrows security company also attended the exciting, eventful day and made everyone feel safe with their presence.

“Due to a number of vagrants living in the field in Acther Road, Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JMPD) and Chubb cleaned the field on Friday, 7 April, in preparation for the Easter egg hunt. Brigitte Smith and Councillor Candice James arranged the clean-up,” said Karen Koch from the PRRA.

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Marnelle Greyling

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