Henley on Klip CPF (HCPF) winter wrap

It’s time to glance back and focus forward.

With the HCPF non-elective AGM coming up on Sunday 4 August 2019 from 14:00-16:00 at the O’Connor Hall, 2 Pretorius Street, Henley on Klip, it is time to reflect on HCPF activities past and, together with SAPS, the future.

BUT FIRST the traditional, last Saturday of the month, boerie braai at the Command Centre (HCC):

ER24 will bring an ambulance and crew to give a demonstration of FIRST AID and CPR on Saturday 27 July 09:00-12:00 in the garden at About Time Gift & Coffee Shop on Ewelme Street. Bring the children for Show and Tell. Q&A for adults. The HCPF will accept sign-ups for a HWSETA accredited First Aid Level 1 course (16hrs @ R825) presented at Altra Medical Productions here in Henley on Klip. All are welcome. Limited sponsorships available.

The PARKHOME donated to the Henley on Klip community has been put to good use – with basic services connected and a permanent braai area. It has desks, cupboards, whiteboard, an equipped kitchen and is manned every Saturday morning 09:00-12:00 for feedback, problems and sign-ups.

The HCPF is the first CPF to launch a DIGITAL RADIO network for improved communications. Old radios MUST be brought in for de-programming of HCPF frequencies as per ICASA and can then be sold, kept or donated to the HCPF for re-distribution to neighbouring CPFs. Radio checks continue each evening at 19:30 and regular callers-in are entered into a draw for a monthly prize.

CCTV is the next project. The more cameras we can get the better! Camera surveillance has proved very effective against crime!


There is no membership fee to belong to the HCPF. Please consider a monthly R50 donation towards HCPF activities.

Please use Call Sign and/or Phone Number for EFT ID purposes:
Henley on Klip CPF
First National Bank
Cheque Account Number: 625 3829 3664
Branch Number: 250 137

The next monthly HCPF meeting is at the O’Connor Hall on Tuesday 13 August 19:00-20:00.



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Members of the HCPF show off the beanies knitted for patrollers by Drienie Naude (right)

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