Beautiful East London gardens to host Blooms & Brushstrokes festival for charity

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For the entire weekend, 14 homeowners are converting their living rooms and braai areas into cafes and art galleries in a bid to raise money for non-profit organizations.
On November 11 and 12, the inaugural Bass Property Group Blooms & Brushstrokes festival will be a flurry of activity, with everything from book readings to ceramic demonstrations, each site packed with entertainment.
The tickets are in the form of a weekend pass, allowing visitors to choose where they want to go for the next two days.
Daron Mann speaks with festival organiser Hanlie Bassingthwaighte, principal of the Bass Property Group, in this episode.
2 Nov 2023 English South Africa News · Sports News

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