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Harfield Carnival Presentation Page - Image (5)The Harfield Village Carnival has been running for more than 12 years and is held along the length of Second Avenue, one of the main streets located in the Village which supports local businesses and restaurants. The event has grown year on year and is a landmark event enjoyed by not only the locals but the general population in the Western Cape.
 
In 2019, the carnival will be again be managed by the Harfield Village Community Improvement District (HVCID) in conjunction with the Harfield Village Association (HVA) whose main responsibilities are to enhance the overall safety and security of the Village and maintain its unique character.
 
The 2018 carnival raised over R100 000 and HVCID used the funds to purchase License Plate Recognition and overview cameras as part of their camera initiative. In 2019 funds generated by the carnival will again be allocated towards improving the overall security of the Village primarily through the installation and monitoring of cameras.
It has also been decided that funds should be allocated to a social development project in the area and the beneficiary for 2019 will be De Heide Special Care Centre which is situated at 11 Second Avenue. De Heide aims to:
• Service the developmental needs of profoundly physically and intellectually disabled children and adults with Cerebral Palsy.
• Provide care.
• Enhance and develop the maximum potential of the young disabled person and empower parents to face the many challenges ahead.