Today, Saturday 9 April, is World Unicorn Day, where we honour and celebrate the delightful unicorn which is an essential part of so many myths and fairy tales.
Of course, it is a well-known, fact that there are unicorns living in the Valley of 1000 Hills. They are shy and don’t like fuss, so aren’t seen very often. But if you are out admiring the beautiful hills today, you might well see them – as today is the one day in the year where they do like to come out and socialise.
Pink and Sparkly
5 year old Ayamaah Xhakaza, who lives at the Valley Trust, is going in search of unicorns today. She was spotted at the view site at Infinite Adventures keeping a careful eye out for anything pink and sparkly.
Woza Moya at Hillcrest Aids Centre have been making tiny, beaded unicorns specially for this weekend – with long eyelashes and rainbow tails – so be sure to pay their shop a visit.