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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 August 2018

    Dear Friends, It was another action-packed week for Waterways Watch Society, with a total of 5 programmes conducted . We started the week with a Bike and Foot Clean-up programme for 40 local and foreign students from the Yale-NUS College as part of their freshmen orientation activities. We also carried

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  • Weekly Report 09 August 2018

    Dear Friends, It was another busy week of activities for Waterways Watch Society. We conducted an assembly talk for  Spectra Secondary School sponsored by Singapore Press Holdings (200 pax), a WWE at Lower Seletar Reservoir for Riverside Primary School (100 pax) sponsored by North West CDC, a marine talk for

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  • Weekly Report 30 July 2018

    Dear Friends, This week was filled with programmes involving a school assembly talk for Anglo-Chinese School (Junior) sponsored by Singapore Press Holdings (280 pax), a River Monster Programme for Bedok Green Secondary sponsored by Goldman Sachs (20 pax), a kayak programme for Essence Digital (26 pax), bike and foot programme

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  • Weekly Report 25 July 2018

    Dear Friends, This week was a rather relaxing one for our Society, allowing us to get some well-deserved rest after two busy weeks of activities. Nevertheless, we continued to deliver several programmes during the week. A school talk sponsored by NWCDC was conducted at Riverside Primary School for approximately 100 students. We also organized a corporate clean-up programme at Marina Reservoir for 70 staffs from ANZ, and a kayak clean-up programme for 34 students from Ngee Ann Polytechnic, School of Design and Environment’s Green Group (DeGreenGroup). Besides our regular patrols at Punggol on Tuesday and Thursday, a total of 34 members were on duty for weekend patrols. We welcomed two new members for both Punggol and Marina each. During the patrols in Marina and Punggol, our members conducted a total of 20 fishing engagements and 150 anti-littering engagements. We also sighted a family of 17 otters at Tom Nam Beach on Sunday morning, which attracted many photographers and curious park users as always. In addition, 4 safety boat services were done this week. Persistent sightings of speeding Personal Mobility Devices (PMD) and Power-Assisted Bicycles (PAB) in our parks remain a major

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