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All the exciting details you need about the Diabetes Camp in Cape Town: 2022

UPDATE: The camp has been postponed due to illness. We’ll post the new details as soon as we have them!

We are so excited to share the news of this Diabetes Camp in Cape Town in April 2022. Here’s all the information you need:

Diabetes Camp 2022

  • Theme: The Elements – Earth, Wind, Fire, Water
  • Ages: 7-11 years and 12-18 years
  • Date: Weekend 22nd to 24th April 2022
  • Venue: Soetwater Environmental Centre, Kommetjie, Western Cape
  • Fees: R250 per person
  • Enquiries: Margot McCumisky – 072 345 0086 or margot@diabetessa.org.za
  • Bus transport from Red Cross and Tygerberg Hospitals to and from camp.

Booking and payment deadline: 14th April 2022

Free entry to Camp Diabetable

If you can’t afford to send your child but would like them to attend, Sweet Life is sponsoring 10 free tickets to Camp Diabetable. Simply email Shelly with your name, contact details and why you want your child to attend the camp.

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