Wolseley Agrimark puts the swing back

Marlo Lotter, Manager of the Wolseley Agrimark, reported that he was approached by one of their clients, to assist in repairing the swings at the local Malikhanye crèche in Pine Valley, Wolseley.

Without any hesitation, they decided to become involved with the project. They fitted new chains, and built six swings with ordinary motorcar tyres, one with a wooden seat, and a large swing with a tractor tyre.

According to Marlo the project was carried out during the Easter holiday period, and the children were ecstatic on their return when they found that the swings were repaired.

Marlo also thanked Tony Rosendal and the rest of his team for making such a valuable contribution towards the development of the children attending the Malikhanye crèche.

Originally posted on Agri mark website

Thank you Agrimark #wolseleyza for your support in our valley.

Day trips from Cape Town

Explore scenic mountain passes and quaint farm stalls.

A beautiful Cape Town Day trip.

Did you know the 60km stretch of road between Prince Alfred's Hamlet and Worcester now boasts a total of 7 farm stalls? What's even more remarkable is the fact that 5 of these are situated in the Wolseley Tourism area.

From Hamlet you'll find Die Botterskorsie and in Michell's Pass between Ceres and Wolseley Tolhuis Bistro 's farm stall. On the R43 your are welcomed by Hillbilly Farm Farm Stall, The Creative Hub (both White Bridge area) and then Die Vet Spens, Die Container and Rietdakkie.

Road tripping around Cape Town.

This is definitely a whole Saturday or Sunday's worth of road-tripping. They sell anything from fruit, veggies, crafts, hand-made clothing, honey, dried fruit, recycled glassware, free-range eggs, Nguni hides, wind pumps, rooibos tea to bottled goodies, home-made lemonade, roosterkoek and biltong.

Find unique, handcrafted Christmas gifts

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The story behind a name

The name of this farm came about when new owner, Patrick Pols, arrived at the property and counted seven Oak trees in the driveway, prompting his wife Jacqui to name the farm over the phone, Seven Oaks.  A while later, when Jacqui visited the farm for the first time, there were only six Oaks.  A seventh was immediately planted, giving rise to the unique logo used.

Wines of Wolseley Seven Oaks

Let us warmly welcome you to sample our wines, see where they are produced and to share our passion for wine.  Taste unique, award winning, speciality wine among the ambience of mountains and peacefulness of the farm.

Our cellar is currently under construction, so tastings are by appointment only until completion.

We offer a wide selection of white, rosé and red wines, within 2 wine ranges:
–  our Seven Oaks range are young, easy drinking wines, and
–  our 6+1 range are barrel matured red wines.

At Seven Oaks our philosophy is “produced with passion”, our collection of wines are meant to be drunk and enjoyed with friends and family during holidays, special     occasions and dinners at home.

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