Open garden 2019: All you need to know

We thought it would be useful to put all the must-know information on one page as we get closer to the open garden on 12 & 13 October. Precautions and warnings Please take note that you enter the property at your own risk—neither St George’s Turning Point Foundation nor the owners of Mulligatawny Farm take any responsibility for any loss or injury suffered. In that regard, we want to point out that there are very…
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Getting ready for our 2019 open garden at Mulligatawny Farm

Getting ready for our 2019 open garden at Mulligatawny Farm

View of distant mountains from the top terrace (Photograph: Mary-Jane Harris) We are delighted to have the privilege of hosting (and benefitting) from an open garden weekend at Mulligatawny Farm again this year on 12th and 13th October. Everybody who visits these gardens comes away absolutely rejuvenated and inspired by a rare opportunity to see somebody’s personal vision translated into reality. Michael Hogan is the creative force behind the garden, and we owe him and…
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Shakespeare saving lives on the streets: See for yourself on 14 April

Shakespeare saving lives on the streets: See for yourself on 14 April

Johannesburg Awakening Minds, or JAM, is a theatre group run by actress Dorothy-Ann Gould as a way to help homeless men find their voices (quite literally) and gain in self-confidence as part of a journey of recovery. The men were recruited from the soup kitchen that has been run for many years by the Good Shepherd Street Children, a joint project of St Michael’s Anglican Church in Bryanston and St George’s Anglican Church in Parktown.…
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