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Summer is for soaking up the sun and surf. And if you’re around Plettenberg Bay during the season, there’s nothing better than spending a couple of lazy, sun-drenched days at the beach. But while some of us are busy working on our tans, there are also those who are hard at work keeping us safe: the Plett lifeguards.
With the wind up to summer, we reflect on 2023 – from our highly anticipated Swim Club and funds raised for I AM WATER, to new launches and a new retail store. It’s a time that rings of growth and good feeling, that we’ll carry well into the new year.
And for the rest of the day, the smell of the sea salt lingered on your skin. Or in your hair. You had that little shiver of cold water about you. And you carried around with you a secret smile: that you’d seen the dawn. You’d danced beneath the waves.
Five days of sunrise swimming. 655 swimmers. Over R100,000 raised for I AM WATER. Read the story of the 2023 Mungo Swim Club – and how you can join for the next one.
Following the round-up of our 2023 Swim Club, we made the call to add on an additional swim in response to the seismic blasting scheduled for January 2024, which will have devastating impacts on our marine life, our tourism and local fishing livelihoods.
Ditch the disposable, single-use gift paper, and perfect the art of furoshiki – a centuries-old Japanese cloth wrapping technique.
A story inspired by a piece of cake.
A call for the revolutionary power of optimism.
Someone once described the Mungo Mill as a ‘cathedral to weaving’, and perhaps this is a fitting way to see it. As a functional space, with noisy looms driving the process, the design of the building had to meet certain technical requirements. But as a space reflecting a creative process, it needed a sense of artistry. Such that could reflect the approach to craftsmanship happening within; the balance of good looks and good design that is interwoven into every Mungo product.
Read the full story here.