Welcome to the Pennington Conservancy
The Conservancy is situated in Pennington, on the south coast of KwaZulu-Natal and incorporates the area between the Umzinto River in the north and the Mkhumbaan River in the south and extends inland from the sea to the N2 Highway. It includes areas of conservation significance together with adjoining private land held by its members from time to time. Read More.........
Crane count continues in kzn
Dog Hunting in Pennington
Dave Burton, Jenson Security, has followed through on their commitment to the Pennington community Read More........
ACTIVITIES AT PENNINGTON
Brid Ramble - Sunday 23rd June 2013 Read More.......
HISTORY OF PENNINGTON
PENNINGTON, UMDONI PARK AND LYNTON HALL by Lorraine Galbraith
Pennington is named after Richard Pennington, one of the Byrne settlers who put down roots here with his family soon after 1850. The story goes that he wounded a leopard while hunting in 1865 but was in turn mauled very badly by the same animal in the forest. Some sources say that he died in agony but a more reliable one maintains that he used an old sailor's remedy of bathing his lacerated arm in salt and brandy and made a good recovery. Read More.........
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