Launch of the new Clarens Tourism Forum visitors map.

Launch of the new Clarens Tourism Forum visitors map.

Clarens Tourism Forum, CTF, launched their new map of the Clarens area and introduced the new website both designed and maintained by Joan Keyter of Protean Publishers. ( Thank you to the Clarens Golf Club for hosting this event held on the 19th February, 2019.

Tammy Hancock, a CTF committee member & Lizanne Esplin, finance for the CTF, rejoicing in a successful launch.


CTF committee members seriously discussing their next project. The marketing of Clarens is what they are about.

A few  new members welcomed to the CTF.

Cluny Animal Trust

Cluny Animal Trust

About Cluny Animal Trust

Come sink a putt to save a mutt!

It is for a good cause. Cluny Animal Trust really do good work. And if you do not play, go watch.

The Cluny Animal Trust (CAT) is a non-profit veterinary welfare organisation that was established in 2011 to serve the needs of animals owned by impoverished residents of the Eastern Free State and further afield.

CAT stems from Dr Katherine Barker’s sterilisation programme established in 2004 and it is currently run from her small veterinary clinic in Fouriesburg and her satellite practice in Clarens.

The Challenge

The sad reality is that there is a growing number of animals who receive little or no veterinary care and/or are victims of neglect, abuse, poor living conditions, lack of socialisation, dog-fighting or other forms of animal cruelty. Most recently, the very real problem that has now come to our attention is puppy-farming – which is seen as an opportunity to make a ‘quick buck’ with puppies being offered on the town square in Clarens on a Saturday morning. The poor economic climate in the Eastern Free State remains a barrier and significantly affects the ability of many pet owners to properly care for their animals.

The Cluny Animal Trust aims to:

  • End the needless suffering of animals by providing veterinary treatment
  • Educate owners in proper animal care, feeding and preventive treatment
  • Run a small animal hospital and a mobile clinic
  • Sterilise animals to prevent unwanted litters

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