Royal MacNab Lady Grey - To complete the McNab, the participant has to shoot a Mountain Reedbuck and Greywing Francolin and catch a Trout (in any order) within 12 hours.  The hunter needs a Shotgun, Trout Fishing Rod and a Hunting Rifle with the necessary ammunition and flies.  The most suitable flies for catching Trout are Zaknymphs nr. 14 or 16 and Haresear Mynphs nrs 12, 14 of 16.  Dogs may not be used to hunt the birds. On the Friday afternoon there is a compulsory adjusting of rifles after which the hunters are given the opportunity to shoot Guiney fowl.  For safety reasons, nr. 5 shot (or smaller) must be used for the Guiney fowl shoot. 
During the Steak evening on the Friday, each hunter draws a guide from a hat.  The guide knows the area very well and is there to assist the hunter and tag the buck.  The hunter must decide and arrange with the guide in advance what to be done with the buck and the horns.  Cooling and slaughtering facilities are available and must be arranged. Capes can also be arranged.  Gun safe facilities can be arranged with the guide, guesthouse, or hotel owner.   The Royal MacNab club provides the Hunting Licence, Permit for the removal of the meat, First Aid kit and Coolbags with delicious eats for the day. Extra people who wish to go on the hunt can arrange for Coolbags at an additional cost and they must sign an indemnity form. The great hunt starts on the Saturday morning at 06:00 and ends at the Country Club at 18:00 where the horns are measured and the fish weighed to determine the winner.  The game is placed on exhibit for all to view.   Various prizes are handed out and the name of every hunter who completes the McNab is engraved on a wall plaque in the Country Club.  A bonfire is lit and the hunters gather to talk about their hunting experience.  The Scottish Evening with live music by the East London Caledonian Pipers is a highlight of the McNab.  Royal MacNab Lady Grey - To complete the McNab, the participant has to shoot a Mountain Reedbuck and Greywing Francolin and catch a Trout (in any order) within 12 hours.  The hunter needs a Shotgun, Trout Fishing Rod and a Hunting Rifle with the necessary ammunition and flies.  The most suitable flies for catching Trout are Zaknymphs nr. 14 or 16 and Haresear Mynphs nrs 12, 14 of 16.  Dogs may not be used to hunt the birds. On the Friday afternoon there is a compulsory adjusting of rifles after which the hunters are given the opportunity to shoot Guiney fowl.  For safety reasons, nr. 5 shot (or smaller) must be used for the Guiney fowl shoot. 
During the Steak evening on the Friday, each hunter draws a guide from a hat.  The guide knows the area very well and is there to assist the hunter and tag the buck.  The hunter must decide and arrange with the guide in advance what to be done with the buck and the horns.  Cooling and slaughtering facilities are available and must be arranged. Capes can also be arranged.  Gun safe facilities can be arranged with the guide, guesthouse, or hotel owner.   The Royal MacNab club provides the Hunting Licence, Permit for the removal of the meat, First Aid kit and Coolbags with delicious eats for the day. Extra people who wish to go on the hunt can arrange for Coolbags at an additional cost and they must sign an indemnity form. The great hunt starts on the Saturday morning at 06:00 and ends at the Country Club at 18:00 where the horns are measured and the fish weighed to determine the winner.  The game is placed on exhibit for all to view.   Various prizes are handed out and the name of every hunter who completes the McNab is engraved on a wall plaque in the Country Club.  A bonfire is lit and the hunters gather to talk about their hunting experience.  The Scottish Evening with live music by the East London Caledonian Pipers is a highlight of the McNab.    
buck.  The hunter must decide and arrange with the guide in advance what to be done with the buck and the horns.  Cooling and slaughtering facilities are available and must be arranged. Capes can also be arranged.  Gun safe facilities can be arranged Royal MacNab Lady Grey - To complete the McNab, the participant has to shoot a Mountain Reedbuck and Greywing Francolin and catch a Trout (in any order) within 12 hours.  The hunter needs a Shotgun, Trout Fishing Rod and a Hunting Rifle with the necessary ammunition and flies.  The most suitable flies for catching Trout are Zaknymphs nr. 14 or 16 and Haresear Mynphs nrs 12, 14 of 16.  Dogs may not be used to hunt the birds. On the Friday afternoon there is a compulsory adjusting of rifles after which the hunters are given the opportunity to shoot Guiney fowl.  For safety reasons, nr. 5 shot (or smaller) must be used for the Guiney fowl shoot. 
During the Steak evening on the Friday, each hunter draws a guide from a hat.  The guide knows the area very well and is there to assist the hunter and tag the buck.  The hunter must decide and arrange with the guide in advance what to be done with the buck and the horns.  Cooling and slaughtering facilities are available and must be arranged. Capes can also be arranged.  Gun safe facilities can be arranged with the guide, guesthouse, or hotel owner.   The Royal MacNab club provides the Hunting Licence, Permit for the removal of the meat, First Aid kit and Coolbags with delicious eats for the day. Extra people who wish to go on the hunt can arrange for Coolbags at an additional cost and they must sign an indemnity form. The great hunt starts on the Saturday morning at 06:00 and ends at the Country Club at 18:00 where the horns are measured and the fish weighed to determine the winner.  The game is placed on exhibit for all to view.   Various prizes are handed out and the name of every hunter who completes the McNab is engraved on a wall plaque in the Country Club.  A bonfire is lit and the hunters gather to talk about their hunting experience.  The Scottish Evening with live music by the East London Caledonian Pipers is a highlight of the McNab.  Royal MacNab Lady Grey - To complete the McNab, the participant has to shoot a Mountain Reedbuck and Greywing Francolin and catch a Trout (in any order) within 12 hours.  The hunter needs a Shotgun, Trout Fishing Rod and a Hunting Rifle with the necessary ammunition and flies.  The most suitable flies for catching Trout are Zaknymphs nr. 14 or 16 and Haresear Mynphs nrs 12, 14 of 16.  Dogs may not be used to hunt the birds. On the Friday afternoon there is a compulsory adjusting of rifles after which the hunters are given the opportunity to shoot Guiney fowl.  For safety reasons, nr. 5 shot (or smaller) must be used for the Guiney fowl shoot. 
During the Steak evening on the Friday, each hunter draws a guide from a hat.  The guide knows the area very well and is there to assist the hunter and tag the buck.  The hunter must decide and arrange with the guide in advance what to be done with the buck and the horns.  Cooling and slaughtering facilities are available and must be arranged. Capes can also be arranged.  Gun safe facilities can be arranged with the guide, guesthouse, or hotel owner.   The Royal MacNab club provides the Hunting Licence, Permit for the removal of the meat, First Aid kit and Coolbags with delicious eats for the day. Extra people who wish to go on the hunt can arrange for Coolbags at an additional cost and they must sign an indemnity form. The great hunt starts on the Saturday morning at 06:00 and ends at the Country Club at 18:00 where the horns are measured and the fish weighed to determine the winner.  The game is placed on exhibit for all to view.   Various prizes are handed out and the name of every hunter who completes the McNab is engraved on a wall plaque in the Country Club.  A bonfire is lit and the hunters gather to talk about their hunting experience.  The Scottish Evening with live music by the East London Caledonian Pipers is a highlight of the McNab.    
buck.  The hunter must decide and arrange with the guide in advance what to be done with the buck and the horns.  Cooling and slaughtering facilities are available and must be arranged. Capes can also be arranged.  Gun safe facilities can be arranged

 

Mountain View Country Inn

 

36 Botha Street / PO Box 14

Lady Grey

9755

 

Phone: 051-603-0421

Fax: 051-603-0114

 

Email: mountainview@ladygrey.co.za

Royal MacNab Lady Grey - To complete the McNab, the participant has to shoot a Mountain Reedbuck and Greywing Francolin and catch a Trout (in any order) within 12 hours.  The hunter needs a Shotgun, Trout Fishing Rod and a Hunting Rifle with the necessary ammunition and flies.  The most suitable flies for catching Trout are Zaknymphs nr. 14 or 16 and Haresear Mynphs nrs 12, 14 of 16.  Dogs may not be used to hunt the birds. On the Friday afternoon there is a compulsory adjusting of rifles after which the hunters are given the opportunity to shoot Guiney fowl.  For safety reasons, nr. 5 shot (or smaller) must be used for the Guiney fowl shoot. 
During the Steak evening on the Friday, each hunter draws a guide from a hat.  The guide knows the area very well and is there to assist the hunter and tag the buck.  The hunter must decide and arrange with the guide in advance what to be done with the buck and the horns.  Cooling and slaughtering facilities are available and must be arranged. Capes can also be arranged.  Gun safe facilities can be arranged with the guide, guesthouse, or hotel owner.   The Royal MacNab club provides the Hunting Licence, Permit for the removal of the meat, First Aid kit and Coolbags with delicious eats for the day. Extra people who wish to go on the hunt can arrange for Coolbags at an additional cost and they must sign an indemnity form. The great hunt starts on the Saturday morning at 06:00 and ends at the Country Club at 18:00 where the horns are measured and the fish weighed to determine the winner.  The game is placed on exhibit for all to view.   Various prizes are handed out and the name of every hunter who completes the McNab is engraved on a wall plaque in the Country Club.  A bonfire is lit and the hunters gather to talk about their hunting experience.  The Scottish Evening with live music by the East London Caledonian Pipers is a highlight of the McNab.  Royal MacNab Lady Grey - To complete the McNab, the participant has to shoot a Mountain Reedbuck and Greywing Francolin and catch a Trout (in any order) within 12 hours.  The hunter needs a Shotgun, Trout Fishing Rod and a Hunting Rifle with the necessary ammunition and flies.  The most suitable flies for catching Trout are Zaknymphs nr. 14 or 16 and Haresear Mynphs nrs 12, 14 of 16.  Dogs may not be used to hunt the birds. On the Friday afternoon there is a compulsory adjusting of rifles after which the hunters are given the opportunity to shoot Guiney fowl.  For safety reasons, nr. 5 shot (or smaller) must be used for the Guiney fowl shoot. 
During the Steak evening on the Friday, each hunter draws a guide from a hat.  The guide knows the area very well and is there to assist the hunter and tag the buck.  The hunter must decide and arrange with the guide in advance what to be done with the buck and the horns.  Cooling and slaughtering facilities are available and must be arranged. Capes can also be arranged.  Gun safe facilities can be arranged with the guide, guesthouse, or hotel owner.   The Royal MacNab club provides the Hunting Licence, Permit for the removal of the meat, First Aid kit and Coolbags with delicious eats for the day. Extra people who wish to go on the hunt can arrange for Coolbags at an additional cost and they must sign an indemnity form. The great hunt starts on the Saturday morning at 06:00 and ends at the Country Club at 18:00 where the horns are measured and the fish weighed to determine the winner.  The game is placed on exhibit for all to view.   Various prizes are handed out and the name of every hunter who completes the McNab is engraved on a wall plaque in the Country Club.  A bonfire is lit and the hunters gather to talk about their hunting experience.  The Scottish Evening with live music by the East London Caledonian Pipers is a highlight of the McNab.    
buck.  The hunter must decide and arrange with the guide in advance what to be done with the buck and the horns.  Cooling and slaughtering facilities are available and must be arranged. Capes can also be arranged.  Gun safe facilities can be arranged

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fun from the

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Lady Grey

Royal MacNab

The Scottish evening is one of the highlights of the MacNab.  The interior of the Country Club dons tartans, tables are decorated accordingly and live music is supplied by the East London Caledonian Pipers.  Many of the participants and guests wear kilts.

Royal MacNab Lady Grey - To complete the McNab, the participant has to shoot a Mountain Reedbuck and Greywing Francolin and catch a Trout (in any order) within 12 hours.  The hunter needs a Shotgun, Trout Fishing Rod and a Hunting Rifle with the necessary ammunition and flies.  The most suitable flies for catching Trout are Zaknymphs nr. 14 or 16 and Haresear Mynphs nrs 12, 14 of 16.  Dogs may not be used to hunt the birds. On the Friday afternoon there is a compulsory adjusting of rifles after which the hunters are given the opportunity to shoot Guiney fowl.  For safety reasons, nr. 5 shot (or smaller) must be used for the Guiney fowl shoot. 
During the Steak evening on the Friday, each hunter draws a guide from a hat.  The guide knows the area very well and is there to assist the hunter and tag the buck.  The hunter must decide and arrange with the guide in advance what to be done with the buck and the horns.  Cooling and slaughtering facilities are available and must be arranged. Capes can also be arranged.  Gun safe facilities can be arranged with the guide, guesthouse, or hotel owner.   The Royal MacNab club provides the Hunting Licence, Permit for the removal of the meat, First Aid kit and Coolbags with delicious eats for the day. Extra people who wish to go on the hunt can arrange for Coolbags at an additional cost and they must sign an indemnity form. The great hunt starts on the Saturday morning at 06:00 and ends at the Country Club at 18:00 where the horns are measured and the fish weighed to determine the winner.  The game is placed on exhibit for all to view.   Various prizes are handed out and the name of every hunter who completes the McNab is engraved on a wall plaque in the Country Club.  A bonfire is lit and the hunters gather to talk about their hunting experience.  The Scottish Evening with live music by the East London Caledonian Pipers is a highlight of the McNab.  Royal MacNab Lady Grey - To complete the McNab, the participant has to shoot a Mountain Reedbuck and Greywing Francolin and catch a Trout (in any order) within 12 hours.  The hunter needs a Shotgun, Trout Fishing Rod and a Hunting Rifle with the necessary ammunition and flies.  The most suitable flies for catching Trout are Zaknymphs nr. 14 or 16 and Haresear Mynphs nrs 12, 14 of 16.  Dogs may not be used to hunt the birds. On the Friday afternoon there is a compulsory adjusting of rifles after which the hunters are given the opportunity to shoot Guiney fowl.  For safety reasons, nr. 5 shot (or smaller) must be used for the Guiney fowl shoot. 
During the Steak evening on the Friday, each hunter draws a guide from a hat.  The guide knows the area very well and is there to assist the hunter and tag the buck.  The hunter must decide and arrange with the guide in advance what to be done with the buck and the horns.  Cooling and slaughtering facilities are available and must be arranged. Capes can also be arranged.  Gun safe facilities can be arranged with the guide, guesthouse, or hotel owner.   The Royal MacNab club provides the Hunting Licence, Permit for the removal of the meat, First Aid kit and Coolbags with delicious eats for the day. Extra people who wish to go on the hunt can arrange for Coolbags at an additional cost and they must sign an indemnity form. The great hunt starts on the Saturday morning at 06:00 and ends at the Country Club at 18:00 where the horns are measured and the fish weighed to determine the winner.  The game is placed on exhibit for all to view.   Various prizes are handed out and the name of every hunter who completes the McNab is engraved on a wall plaque in the Country Club.  A bonfire is lit and the hunters gather to talk about their hunting experience.  The Scottish Evening with live music by the East London Caledonian Pipers is a highlight of the McNab.    
buck.  The hunter must decide and arrange with the guide in advance what to be done with the buck and the horns.  Cooling and slaughtering facilities are available and must be arranged. Capes can also be arranged.  Gun safe facilities can be arranged

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Royal MacNab Lady Grey - To complete the McNab, the participant has to shoot a Mountain Reedbuck and Greywing Francolin and catch a Trout (in any order) within 12 hours.  The hunter needs a Shotgun, Trout Fishing Rod and a Hunting Rifle with the necessary ammunition and flies.  The most suitable flies for catching Trout are Zaknymphs nr. 14 or 16 and Haresear Mynphs nrs 12, 14 of 16.  Dogs may not be used to hunt the birds. On the Friday afternoon there is a compulsory adjusting of rifles after which the hunters are given the opportunity to shoot Guiney fowl.  For safety reasons, nr. 5 shot (or smaller) must be used for the Guiney fowl shoot. 
During the Steak evening on the Friday, each hunter draws a guide from a hat.  The guide knows the area very well and is there to assist the hunter and tag the buck.  The hunter must decide and arrange with the guide in advance what to be done with the buck and the horns.  Cooling and slaughtering facilities are available and must be arranged. Capes can also be arranged.  Gun safe facilities can be arranged with the guide, guesthouse, or hotel owner.   The Royal MacNab club provides the Hunting Licence, Permit for the removal of the meat, First Aid kit and Coolbags with delicious eats for the day. Extra people who wish to go on the hunt can arrange for Coolbags at an additional cost and they must sign an indemnity form. The great hunt starts on the Saturday morning at 06:00 and ends at the Country Club at 18:00 where the horns are measured and the fish weighed to determine the winner.  The game is placed on exhibit for all to view.   Various prizes are handed out and the name of every hunter who completes the McNab is engraved on a wall plaque in the Country Club.  A bonfire is lit and the hunters gather to talk about their hunting experience.  The Scottish Evening with live music by the East London Caledonian Pipers is a highlight of the McNab.  Royal MacNab Lady Grey - To complete the McNab, the participant has to shoot a Mountain Reedbuck and Greywing Francolin and catch a Trout (in any order) within 12 hours.  The hunter needs a Shotgun, Trout Fishing Rod and a Hunting Rifle with the necessary ammunition and flies.  The most suitable flies for catching Trout are Zaknymphs nr. 14 or 16 and Haresear Mynphs nrs 12, 14 of 16.  Dogs may not be used to hunt the birds. On the Friday afternoon there is a compulsory adjusting of rifles after which the hunters are given the opportunity to shoot Guiney fowl.  For safety reasons, nr. 5 shot (or smaller) must be used for the Guiney fowl shoot. 
During the Steak evening on the Friday, each hunter draws a guide from a hat.  The guide knows the area very well and is there to assist the hunter and tag the buck.  The hunter must decide and arrange with the guide in advance what to be done with the buck and the horns.  Cooling and slaughtering facilities are available and must be arranged. Capes can also be arranged.  Gun safe facilities can be arranged with the guide, guesthouse, or hotel owner.   The Royal MacNab club provides the Hunting Licence, Permit for the removal of the meat, First Aid kit and Coolbags with delicious eats for the day. Extra people who wish to go on the hunt can arrange for Coolbags at an additional cost and they must sign an indemnity form. The great hunt starts on the Saturday morning at 06:00 and ends at the Country Club at 18:00 where the horns are measured and the fish weighed to determine the winner.  The game is placed on exhibit for all to view.   Various prizes are handed out and the name of every hunter who completes the McNab is engraved on a wall plaque in the Country Club.  A bonfire is lit and the hunters gather to talk about their hunting experience.  The Scottish Evening with live music by the East London Caledonian Pipers is a highlight of the McNab.    
buck.  The hunter must decide and arrange with the guide in advance what to be done with the buck and the horns.  Cooling and slaughtering facilities are available and must be arranged. Capes can also be arranged.  Gun safe facilities can be arranged

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Royal MacNab Lady Grey - To complete the McNab, the participant has to shoot a Mountain Reedbuck and Greywing Francolin and catch a Trout (in any order) within 12 hours.  The hunter needs a Shotgun, Trout Fishing Rod and a Hunting Rifle with the necessary ammunition and flies.  The most suitable flies for catching Trout are Zaknymphs nr. 14 or 16 and Haresear Mynphs nrs 12, 14 of 16.  Dogs may not be used to hunt the birds. On the Friday afternoon there is a compulsory adjusting of rifles after which the hunters are given the opportunity to shoot Guiney fowl.  For safety reasons, nr. 5 shot (or smaller) must be used for the Guiney fowl shoot. 
During the Steak evening on the Friday, each hunter draws a guide from a hat.  The guide knows the area very well and is there to assist the hunter and tag the buck.  The hunter must decide and arrange with the guide in advance what to be done with the buck and the horns.  Cooling and slaughtering facilities are available and must be arranged. Capes can also be arranged.  Gun safe facilities can be arranged with the guide, guesthouse, or hotel owner.   The Royal MacNab club provides the Hunting Licence, Permit for the removal of the meat, First Aid kit and Coolbags with delicious eats for the day. Extra people who wish to go on the hunt can arrange for Coolbags at an additional cost and they must sign an indemnity form. The great hunt starts on the Saturday morning at 06:00 and ends at the Country Club at 18:00 where the horns are measured and the fish weighed to determine the winner.  The game is placed on exhibit for all to view.   Various prizes are handed out and the name of every hunter who completes the McNab is engraved on a wall plaque in the Country Club.  A bonfire is lit and the hunters gather to talk about their hunting experience.  The Scottish Evening with live music by the East London Caledonian Pipers is a highlight of the McNab.  Royal MacNab Lady Grey - To complete the McNab, the participant has to shoot a Mountain Reedbuck and Greywing Francolin and catch a Trout (in any order) within 12 hours.  The hunter needs a Shotgun, Trout Fishing Rod and a Hunting Rifle with the necessary ammunition and flies.  The most suitable flies for catching Trout are Zaknymphs nr. 14 or 16 and Haresear Mynphs nrs 12, 14 of 16.  Dogs may not be used to hunt the birds. On the Friday afternoon there is a compulsory adjusting of rifles after which the hunters are given the opportunity to shoot Guiney fowl.  For safety reasons, nr. 5 shot (or smaller) must be used for the Guiney fowl shoot. 
During the Steak evening on the Friday, each hunter draws a guide from a hat.  The guide knows the area very well and is there to assist the hunter and tag the buck.  The hunter must decide and arrange with the guide in advance what to be done with the buck and the horns.  Cooling and slaughtering facilities are available and must be arranged. Capes can also be arranged.  Gun safe facilities can be arranged with the guide, guesthouse, or hotel owner.   The Royal MacNab club provides the Hunting Licence, Permit for the removal of the meat, First Aid kit and Coolbags with delicious eats for the day. Extra people who wish to go on the hunt can arrange for Coolbags at an additional cost and they must sign an indemnity form. The great hunt starts on the Saturday morning at 06:00 and ends at the Country Club at 18:00 where the horns are measured and the fish weighed to determine the winner.  The game is placed on exhibit for all to view.   Various prizes are handed out and the name of every hunter who completes the McNab is engraved on a wall plaque in the Country Club.  A bonfire is lit and the hunters gather to talk about their hunting experience.  The Scottish Evening with live music by the East London Caledonian Pipers is a highlight of the McNab.    
buck.  The hunter must decide and arrange with the guide in advance what to be done with the buck and the horns.  Cooling and slaughtering facilities are available and must be arranged. Capes can also be arranged.  Gun safe facilities can be arranged

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Address To A Haggis 

Fair fa' your honest, sonsie face,
Great chieftain o' the puddin-race!
Aboon them a' ye tak your place,
Painch, tripe, or thairm:
Weel are ye wordy o' a grace
As lang's my arm.

The groaning trencher there ye fill,
Your hurdies like a distant hill,
Your pin wad help to mend a mill
In time o' need,
While thro' your pores the dews distil
Like amber bead.

His knife see rustic Labour dight,
An' cut you up wi' ready sleight,
Trenching your gushing entrails bright,
Like ony ditch;
And then, O what a glorious sight,
Warm-reekin, rich!

Then, horn for horn, 
they stretch an' strive:
Deil tak the hindmost! on they drive,
Till a' their weel-swall'd kytes belyve,
Are bent lyke drums;
Then auld Guidman, maist like to rive,
"Bethankit!" 'hums.

Is there that owre his French ragout
Or olio that wad staw a sow,
Or fricassee wad mak her spew
Wi' perfect sconner,
Looks down wi' sneering, scornfu' view

On sic a dinner?

Poor devil! see him ower his trash,
As feckless as a wither'd rash,
His spindle shank, a guid whip-lash,
His nieve a nit;
Thro' bloody flood or field to dash,
O how unfit!

But mark the Rustic, haggis fed,
The trembling earth resounds his tread.
Clap in his walie nieve a blade,
He'll mak it whissle;
An' legs an' arms, an' heads will sned,
Like taps o' thrissle.

 

Ye Pow'rs wha mak mankind your care,
And dish them out their bill o' fare,
Auld Scotland wants nae skinking ware
That jaups in luggies;
But, if ye wish her gratefu' prayer,
Gie her a haggis!

The highlight of the evening is the "Ode of the Haggis" event.  Pipers lead the procession with great show and skirling of the pipes while the rest follows with the Haggis proudly displayed on a platter.  The Haggis is placed on a table and all listen while the “Ode to a Haggis” is read.  A member of the procession then takes a dagger and stabs the Haggis whereupon the rest of the procession lift a glass and drink to the Haggis.

 

 

A delicious meal is served and all are invited to enjoy the Haggis, a traditional Scottish dish, with their main meal.  After dinner, the dance carries on until late at night.

 

Note:

Royal MacNab shirts, caps, jackets and fishing jackets are sold during the weekend. The Standard Bank OTM, FNB OTM and Fuel station (lead free fuel) is available 24 hours.