Prince Albert Stories in the evening

 Kweekvallei in 1778 from Gordon's Atlas in the Rijks Museum collection, Amsterdam

 

From time to time I am invited to join small groups at our guest houses to tell pre-dinner stories about Prince Albert from the days of the original farm, Kweekvallei, how we came to be named after Queen Victoria's consort, experiences from the Anglo-Boer War, how the Swartberg Pass came to be built and anecdotes about curious characters such as Hennie 'Velsambreel" - the umbrella man whose nephew pushed him round the village in a cart. 

The hour-long programme includes entertaining yarns, little known facts, good laughs and a couple of ghost stories. 

If you are visiting us during the school holidays please make a booking well in advance since the Ghost Walk keeps me very busy then.


St John the Baptist Anglican Chapel in Bank Street, 120 years old in 2016 

Contact Ailsa at 023 5411 211

e-mail: story@storyweaver.co.za