The Harfield Village Community Improvement District (HVCID)
are proud to announce that the 2018 Harfield Village Carnival made just over a R100 000 profit. These funds will be used to kick start the Village’s security camera initiative. The HVCID
committee will be releasing more details about the installation of cameras and the time frames at our AGM in September. In the meantime we will be getting revised quotes to update our overall camera plan, as the technology and prices have changed since we first investigated license plate recognition (LPR) cameras. We will also communicate with Fidelity ADT, SAPS, Har-Lyn Neighbourhood Watch
and any other relevant parties to ensure an optimal camera initiative.
We would like to thank all those people who assisted with the organisation of the carnival both in the lead up and on the day. A very big thank you to all our sponsors as without these organisation’s support and donations the Carnival would not have been possible. And in particular to Fidelity ADT, the main sponsor, who have also donated 2 license plate recognition cameras. Finally we would like to thank all the residents, families and friends who came out in amazing numbers to support the carnival. Although we don’t have controlled access and therefore cannot get an accurate attendance figure, it is estimated that about 15 000 people attended the carnival through the day, which is a record number.
Again, many thanks to our sponsors: Fidelity ADT, Remax Premier, Olympic Cycles, SA Home Loans, Norgarb Properties
, Rawson Properties, Supa Quick, Audi Centre Claremont, Claremont Volkswagen, Heads Property and Seeff Properties.
And sponsors of services: City of Cape Town, ER24, Revprint
, Good Hope FM, Everything Internet, GIBHW, Morne Pieper of Kiiu, DCP Industries, ABInBev, Madge Gibson
and Ronel Botha.
Raffle prizes from Vodacom and Huawei, Blaauwklippen, Revprint,
Change Initiative, Atlantic Storm Brewery, Milk & Honey
and Warwick First Lady.