“The original Cape Point lighthouse may have been built at the highest point on the rocks at the tip of Cape Point. Who could have guessed that the highest point was also the least suitable for a lighthouse?
Building the second lighthouse begun in 1913 but only completed in 1919. The delay was caused by a combination of the First World War (1914-1918) and the difficulty of its positioning. The second lighthouse was situated at the very end of the Cape Point promontory, a position chosen by Harry C. Cooper.”
To celebrate the 100th birthday of our youngest lighthouse, we’re looking for a showstopper birthday cake – made by you! Follow the steps below and you could win a custom Cape Point KitchenAid worth R10 000.
- Bake us lighthouse-themed birthday cake to celebrate its 100th birthday.
- Take a picture of yourself with your cake.
- Post the picture online and tag @CapePointSA while using the hashtag #CPLighthouse100. Alternatively, mail your picture to email@example.com
- That’s it! You’ve entered.
CUSTOM CAPE POINT KITCHENAID MIXER COMPETITION TERMS & CONDITIONS
- Prizes cannot be exchanged for cash.
- The last day to enter this competition is Monday, 25 November 2019.
- Finalists will be announced on Friday, 28 November 2019.
- The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
- Prizes cannot be used in conjunction with any other special running at Cape Point.
- Selected finalists must be willing to drop their cake at our Cape Town offices and at their own expense.
- Winner to be announced the first week in December.