Matrics did town proud
The festive season is at an end and in Stutterheim that means the town goes back to being on tenterhooks as we await either the cleaning and renewal of our town or the resurgence of violent protests that have plagued our existence over the past several months.
The vast majority of the agricultural community continues to hope and pray for rain. As one local farmer said, “There are streams and springs that are drying out for the first time in living memory – some 150-odd years!”
As water becomes scarcer, more and more people are having to transport water for their needs.
However, not all is doom and gloom. On Friday, January 4, the matric results for 2018 were published. Stutterheim High is proud of the matric class which produced a 93% pass rate. Special congratulations must go to all those who received distinctions in the various subjects.
The popular coffee and trinket shop Kelly’s has recently rebranded itself as the Little Vintage Café, with all of the best of the old establishment being preserved in its new incarnation.
The Little Vintage Café is a charming vintage-style café on the edge of Stutterheim, specialising in quick, delicious home-style cooking.
We are very fortunate that our town is so blessed with enterprising and creative cooks and bakers.
SO QUAINT: The Little Vintage Café in Stutterheim has recently undergone a revamp, creating a quaint, homely venue where travelers and residents can enjoy something delectable to eat