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LAND ROVER OWNERS NAMIBIA (LRON) assists with much needed wheel chairs and walking frames

September 6, 2022

Last week, on the 31st August  2022, Land  Rover Owners Namibia (LRON) was finally able to receive the long anticipated wheel chairs and walking frames. Due to LRON also covering social responsibility as one of its objectives, one of our members, Mr. Sven Pauly,  had approached LRON in 2020 with the idea of bringing perfectly…

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Land Rover Owners Namibia (LRON) supports Dagbreek School

August 18, 2021

On Friday, 13 August 2021, representative of Land Rover Owners Namibia (LRON), Chairperson JC Kruger, officially handed over twenty (20) foldable tables to the value of N$15 900.00 to the Dagbreek school. The funds had been raised by LRON members and the tables were purchased with the assistance of Cymot. LRON has a long standing…

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Further water assistance given to de Rust community and wildlife by replacing stolen water pump

August 18, 2021

At the beginning of 2019, Land Rover Owners Namibia (LRON) undertook the installation of a water installation and borehole to the value of N$ 230 00.00 in order to assist the Community of de Rust with their livestock as well as providing water to the wild animal population in the Ugab area. Sadly we had…

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Reconnaissance with Namib Naukluft Park 4×4 Route

October 26, 2020

Land Rover Owners Namibia (LRON) was approached by Ministry of Environment and Tourism to do a recconisance of the Namib Naukluft Park 4×4 route which has been closed for 10 years. A group of 6 Land Rovers and some 14 LRON members went to the NNP this weekend. The route was fairly tuff and requires…

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