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  • WWS Family Carnival 2018

    WWSCARNIVAL 2018 – Love Life, Love Our Waters! 18th March 2018, 9am – 2pm @ Kallang Riverside Park (S199587) Sign up today! https://tinyurl.com/waterwayscarnival2018 This event welcomes everyone who wants to learn and enjoy themselves! eco-rider free market power boat kayak pedal boat interactive booths ice cream

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  • WWS needs your help

      One of our objectives for 2018 is to reach out to the differently abled. This is in line with our fervent belief in providing opportunities for all to participate in our unique experiential learning programmes. To achieve this objective, we need a specially designed boat to facilitate the safe

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  • Weekly Report 14 June 2018

    Dear Friends, It is still during the June School Holidays but we managed to do one bike and foot waterways clean-up programme with St. Patricks School (29 pax), two corporate kayak programmes with Salesforce (20 pax) and Aviva (20 pax), a Gardening programme with Googles Asian Pacific (16 pax), a

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  • Weekly Report 05 June 2018

    Dear Friends, Another hectic week even though it was the first week of school holidays. WWS managed to conduct two kayak programmes for Manjusri Secondary School (70 pax) and a recce at Lorong Halus (LAHLAH) for Punggol Cove Primary School. Waterways Watch Society also participated in the Service Learning Networking

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  • Weekly Report 29 May 2018

    Dear Friends, It was another great week. WWS managed three River Monster Junior (RMJr) for Stamford American International School (total of 135 juniors), a pedal boat programme for Anderson Secondary School (10 pax), one Corporate programme for new client New Park Hotel (25 pax) on bike, another NVPC program on

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  • Weekly Report 22 May 2018

    Dear Friends, This week was another week of many activities for WWS. We managed two River Monster Junior programmes for Stamford American International School (SAIS) (90 pax) for pre-school kids, one KRILL Waterways Watch Explorer (WWE) programme for Hong Kah Primary School (sponsored by SPH) (36 pax), one assembly talk

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