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2020 | Park Reopenings but not Bunny Park

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2020 | Park Reopenings but not Bunny Park

EST - 1966

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An Update on Access and Caution: Public Parks Open as Bunny Park Waits its Turn

In the collective story of our parks in Ekurhuleni, a new chapter dawns with the welcomed news of re-openings, though with a note of patience. As shared by Sheina Razack in the Benoni City Times on August 26, 2020, park enthusiasts can rejoice as access-controlled public spaces are again ready to embrace the community’s presence, yet the beloved Bunny Park continues to await its moment to re-welcome visitors amidst global safety concerns.

A Return to Green Retreats

Metro spokesperson Themba Gadebe announced that various access-controlled parks across Ekurhuleni have flung open their gates, inviting the public to reconnect with nature and outdoor leisure. These parks serve as a breath of fresh air, postures of normalcy, in a time where open spaces have become ever more precious.

Safeguarding Health in Shared Spaces

With open doors comes great responsibility. Park-goers are reminded to adhere to stringent COVID-19 regulations—maintaining a social distance of 1.5 meters, wearing masks, and ensuring regular hand sanitization. These precautions are vital in sustaining our community’s well-being as we find solace in outdoor pursuits.

The parks now accessible to the public operate from the first light of morning at 6 am to the soft glow of evening at 6 pm. Diligent security guards are stationed at entry points, entrusted with the critical role of managing attendance to prevent overcrowding and to uphold the safety of all.

The Waiting Whispers of Bunny Park

Amidst these openings, a question lingers like the morning mist over the lush vistas of the Bunny Park—when will its enclosures greet us once again? As the City Times anticipates a response from the metro, the park itself remains in a state of quiet anticipation, its gates closed in a gesture of caution and care.

A List of Lively Locales

The parks that have resumed their hospitable roles include treasured zones of tranquil recreation and family fun, such as:

Bokkie Park

Blaaupan Dam

Gillooly’s Farm

Dries Niemandt Park

Bulithando Multi-purpose Park

Nomathamsanqa Multi-purpose Park

Barcelona Regional Park

Germiston Lake

Alberton Dam

Patience and Vigilance

While the community revels in the embrace of open landscapes and serene waters, we stand by with patience for the day the Bunny Park announces its readiness. The park’s history is interwoven with moments of rest and activity, and in this instance, it waits, poised for a time when the assurance of health allows us to explore its charming paths and greet its animal residents once more.

We encourage all park-lovers to keep an eye on updates and trust that the gates of Bunny Park will open when the time is right—a time when joy and safety can walk hand in hand beneath the seasoned trees and alongside the park’s peaceful inhabitants.

To stay informed about the status of the Bunny Park and the reopening of other public parks in Ekurhuleni, consider reading the original article from the Benoni City Times: .

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