November 27, 2019

GrandWest revamps Hospitality Studies classroom and kitchen at Muizenberg High School

GrandWest spent R255 000 on revamping the Hospitality Studies classroom and kitchen at Muizenberg High School during the June school holidays. The official opening of the new classroom took place at the school on 19 November 2019.

The revamp included replacing the flooring with vinyl tiles in the classroom, storeroom and kitchen. Replacing the blinds, painting, fixing up the cupboards and fitting glass and applying a vinyl to the display cabinet. The sinks were replaced or buffed and new taps and mixers were installed. In the kitchen, GrandWest repaired a damaged wall and a water leak, waterproofed the ceiling, painted the walls and replaced the countertops.

GrandWest kitted the classroom out with six new Defy stoves, a Defy Eco Fridge, three AEG double ovens, a Sharp microwave, two kettles and blenders and six-pot sets. The school also received some essential kitchen smalls like mixing bowls, frying pans, cutting boards, measuring spoon sets, whisks, electronic scale, plastic jugs, crockery, cutlery, can openers and vegetable peelers.

MEC for Community Safety, Albert Fritz, and MEC for Social Development, Sharna Fernandez, and Chief Director of the Western Cape Education Department, Alan Meyer attended the handover event.

“This school positively serves the community in and around Muizenberg and we are delighted to assist the school with this revamping project,” says Elouise Matthys, the PR and Promotions Manager at GrandWest. “The GrandWest Socio-Economic Development team works hard to find, and sponsor projects that will benefit communities, especially the children.”

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