SIGNED AND DELIVERED: Llewellyn and Cecelia Jenniker, a homeless couple who have been dating for at least 30 years, finally tied the knot at Culemborg Safe Space, a homeless shelter on the Foreshore.Picture: Tracey Adams/African News Agency (ANA)
On behalf of the Social Development and Early Childhood Development Department, Street People Programme, I would like to sincerely thank Danny Oosthuizen for your participation and contribution to the wedding of Cecelia and Llewellyn at the Culemborg Safe Space for Street People.

The City of Cape Town aims to “make progress possible together”. In striving to provide the best possible service to uplift the lives of street people, we acknowledge that we would not make as much of an impact without our partner and donor support.

A homeless couple, Llewellyn and Cecelia Jenniker who have been dating for at least 30 years have finally tied the knot at the homeless shelter called, Culemborg Safe Space in Cape Town. In the pic the couple have their first dance performed by local artist, Noor Abrahams Picture: Tracey Adams/ African News Agency
A homeless couple, Llewellyn and Cecelia Jenniker who have been dating for at least 30 years have finally tied the knot at the homeless shelter called, Culemborg Safe Space in Cape Town. In the pic the couple have their first dance performed by local artist, Noor Abrahams. Picture: Tracey Adams/ African News Agency
Picture: Tracey Adams/ African News Agency
Picture: Tracey Adams/ African News Agency
In the pic the couple seal the deal with a kiss. Picture: Tracey Adams/African News Agency

Your valued contribution to the ceremony helped to make it a wonderful and memorable occasion.

We look forward to your continued support in making a positive difference in the lives of street people.

* Lorraine Frost, Head Vulnerable Groups and Communities: City of Cape Town.

** The views expressed here are not necessarily those of Independent Newspapers.

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