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Welcome to the Thesen Islands

Welcome to the Thesen Islands website

Remember when you were a kid? Back then, you probably played ball games in the street and rode your bike with abandon. You knew your neighbours by name and chatted to them over the garden fence. During the holidays, you had a ball with your friends and your parents didn't worry too much about where you were as long as you were at the dinner table on time. The neighbourhood was a fun place for you and your friends. You felt safe.

Fast-forward some decades. Things have changed. You probably have kids or grandchildren of your own. You constantly worry about their safety. They can’t walk or cycle to school or to their friends and you mostly drive them wherever they need to go. They spend most of their time indoors in front of the TV or computer and they don't get enough exercise. Your home is permanently locked and the alarm is switched on, even when you are inside. You don't really know your neighbours and you hardly ever see them. Welcome to suburbia 21st century style!

Do you sometimes long for those slower, happier, more dependable times or do you grudgingly accept their disappearance as the price we pay for progress? Well, you can have both. Welcome to our Thesen Islands community. We've re-invented the 21st century - perhaps you'd like to join us?

Special General Meeting and midyear Information-sharing Meeting
A Special General Meeting of the Thesen Islands Home Owners Association will be held on Thursday 9th July 2015 at 14h00 to consider and vote on changes to a few clauses in the Constitution of the Homeowners Association. This SGM will be followed by the midyear Information-sharing Meeting.

At the Information-sharing Meeting we are pleased to welcome Knysna Basin Project members Prof. Brian Allanson, who will give us the latest news on KEMP (Knysna Estuary Monitoring Platform) and the vital stats it’s been producing, and Louw Claassens, who will speak on her research to date on the Knysna seahorse population in our canals.

Contact Henk Booysen for more information: henk@tihoa.co.za

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