Stanford is a quaint heritage village steeped in history. It’s a two-hour drive from Cape Town and is in close proximity to the splendid Cape Whale Coast. It boasts the perfect combination of country atmosphere and small-town living. Surrounded by the most exquisite natural beauty in terms of its fynbos, floral and birding reserves, the lagoon, majestic mountains, the many waterfalls, abundant wildlife, and gorgeous scenery, it’s easy to see why people from far and wide travel to this little village, known for its warm and inviting hospitality.
The Stanford Spectator publication is written, photographed and created by the community for the community. After all, a community publication is about creating dialogue among those who live and work in the very houses and streets of the community it serves.
As we see it here at the Stanford News Agency, the only way forward is for like-minded people and businesses within Stanford to come together as a communication hub for not only us, but for neighbouring visitors and tourists, too. Our aim: to embrace and showcase the country charm of Stanford in the best way possible.