Category: Jennifer’s Blog

Jennifer in Henley on Klip


Hunting for treasure

The Lions Jumble Sale is always a popular event

Storms and the river rises

The Klip River is running strongly after the heavy rain

Donkey days and tongue-twisters

There’s never a dull moment among the ‘whelming waters’

Signs and erections

It’s not always easy to be part of a community!

In for a lamb, in for a sheep

A flock of lambs will decorate Henley street signs for Easter

Highlights of the Henley zoo

We tend to forget we share our world here in Henley on Klip.

Making Henley Grate Again


“Are we having fun yet?” asks director Angus Gilfillan.

WAM 2018 voted good for Henley on Klip

Henleyites seem to have had fun at the Henley WAM, the first Henley Wine, Art and Music Festival.

We track down the memorial and the Windmill

Is the windmill the official emblem of Midvaal? If not, it should be, as you see them everywhere; not so much in the veld, mind you, but on handbags and spinning gently in sales lines at the robots. The only full-size one I can really recall is on the road to Daleside, around the corner from Annette Cloete at the entrance to Henley on Klip from the R59. We go past it often and I’mRead More

Renewing a driver’s licence – easy peasy

“Hey,” said the Man, rearranging the key shelf, “did you know your driver’s licence is about to expire?” “No!” I yelped. Horrors. I still remember the agony of the last renewal at Marlboro in Johannesburg. The queues were long, everything was “broooken,” I didn’t have a copy of my ID and the nearest was out of the testing ground, around the corner, to a battered beach umbrella on an empty plot where a couple ofRead More