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Venn’s Town Slave Ruins, The Seychelles Mission Lodge Gets Industry Support For Refurbishment

March 26, 2014 Destination Global No Comments Email Email

Seychelles-TravelA Destination Management Company (DMC) of Seychelles, the 7Degrees South Company, has moved to make a significant contribution to the redevelopment project of the Venn’s Town Slave Ruins of Mission Lodge at Sans Soucis on the main island of Mahe.

The 7Degrees South Company donated two benches for visitors to appreciate the extraordinary panoramic views of Mission Lodge’s historical site. The site scenic view is a must for every holiday makers.

Lindy Cadeau, the 7Degrees South Operation Manager said the donation is a golden opportunity for the Destination Management Company to play an active role in the redevelopment of Mission Lodge.

“7Degrees South found it appropriate to use its Corporate Social Responsibility tax to fund such a cultural site because it is also a tourism historical site dear to every Seychellois. We believe the donation of two weather proof benches will go a long way in providing comfort for visitors who stop over at Mission Lodge’’ Lindy Cadeau said.

Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Minister for Tourism and Culture congratulated 7Degrees South Company for this donation, which he said is an important asset for Mission Lodge.

“These two benches will further enhance this historical site. The gesture by 7Degrees South is remarkable, and it highlights the enhancement of understanding in what we call public-private partnership” Minister St.Ange said.

The 7Degrees South is the first Destination Management Company to contribute towards the Venn’s Town Slave Ruins of Mission Lodge redevelopment project.

Mr Patrick Nanty, the Chief Executive Officer of the Heritage Foundation announced that Creole Holiday and UCPS, has also already pledged to develop the parking space at the Venn’s Town Slave Ruins of Mission Lodge Historical Project. Minister St.Ange said as he discussed with all present at the Venn’s Town Slave Ruins of Mission Lodge that private sector players needed to understand the need to work with the Ministry responsible for Tourism and Culture to help protect sites dear to the Seychellois as a People and to Seychelles as a country.

Visit to Mission lodge to finalise projects for funding from Contractors

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