Angie’s G Spot demolished
The owners of the popular Angie’s G Spot started dismantling several buildings on the property following a demolition order issued by the sheriff in George. Harold and Angie Beaumont are the owners of Angie’s G Spot in De Vlugt, where they ran a pub, restaurant and accommodation for visitors travelling along the scenic Prince Alfred Pass road between Uniondale and Knysna. They were ordered last year to stop business trading and to remove all structures deemed illegal by the George Municipality. The municipality obtained a court order on 15 February last year in which the Beaumonts were ordered to stop trading. After dismantling one of the buildings in March last year the Beaumonts however decided to oppose the order and have continued the business, which was their sole income, without demolishing any more buildings. This all came to a grinding halt last week when the sheriff served them with a notice of demolition. Three officials of the sheriff’s office in George were at Angie’s G Spot on Monday to ensure that illegal structures were removed. The Beaumonts maintain that there is a vendetta against them from a neighbour who wants to see them close down.
An exasperated Harold Beaumont with officials from the sherrif’s office.
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Harold and a helper dismantle the restaurant and pub.