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To Visit The Randfontein Publicity Association (RPA)
When one used to pass through St. George's Park, one was immediately struck with its magnificence and colour. There were triangular beds of giant Zinnias, Mexicana, Pom-Poms or Fantasia, bordered with privet. There was a rose garden, a dahlia garden, and rock gardens which were set out in geographical order.
There were South African and Mexican rockeries, and an Alpine rockery that was a sheer delight being laid out with a miniature waterfall and a lily pool.
At all hours of the day residents with their children could be found enjoying the peaceful surroundings created for them by the Council in this park. It was pleasant to while away an hour listening to the tinkle of the miniature waterfall, the chatter of the birds, while watching the younger people enjoy a game of tennis on the Council's court.
There was a shady corner in the park for a children's playground, equipped with swings, see-saws and round-about's.