Children playgrounds

There are 15 children playground in the township equipped with modern equipment.

Hours of opening of Children playground


  SUMMER WINTER

Monday to Friday

3 p.m to 7 p.m 3 p.m to 7 p.m
Saturday 9 a.m to 7 p.m 9 a.m to 6 p.m
Sunday 9 a.m to 7 p.m 9 a.m to 6 p.m

The playgrounds are opened from 9 a.m to 6 p.m during school holidays.

 

 

 

Social Halls

 

Mon-Sat

3pm-7pm

 

Sunday

 

2pm-7pm

 

 

Head Office

 

Mon-Fri

8 h 45 - 12h, 12 h 30 –16 h

 

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF QUATRE BORNES CONDITIONS OF RENTAL RECEPTION HALL TOWN HALL
1. The Reception Hall will be used for the following:

(a) Conference/Meetings

(b) Seminars(

c) Art and Craft Exhibition

(d) Cultural Activities

(e) Literary activities – Quiz, Debates, shows, launching of books etc. NB. The Reception hall will not be leased for activities of religious nature.

2. The Municipal Council

(a) Grants the use of the Reception hall (hereinafter referred to as the Reception Hall or the hall) with 350 chairs, 5 tables, supplies electric energy and water but does not hold itself responsible for any interruption and defect in electricity and water supply.

(b) Provides a personnel in charge of the hall. The licensee and his guests shall abide by all reasonable instructions and orders given to them by the official in charge.

3. The licensee must apply through the Municipal Council of Quatre Bornes (hereinafter called the Municipal Council) for the services of 2 police constables to be on duty for the maintenance of order as deemed fit by the Municipal Council. The fees for the police constables will have to be borne by the licensee.

4. The licensee may be authorized to decorate the hall at its own costs and under the supervision and to the satisfaction of the Municipal Council, thus not causing any damage to the existing structures.

5. The tariff as approved as approved by the Council will be applied in all cases. Under no circumstances will application for reduction be considered.

6. On booking the Reception Hall, the licensee should pay to the Municipality a sum of Rs. 1,000 as deposit. The fees for the use of the hall and policeman fees can be paid at least two months before the function. The deposit of the licensee will be forfeited if he fails to notify the Municipality to cancel or postpone his booking in a reasonable delay of at least 3 months unless in cases of emergencies and/or unforeseen circumstances.

7. Whenever a cyclone warning class III is announced, the licensee and his guests shall vacate the hall within the first quarter of an hour following such announcement and the hall will be closed immediately.

8. (a) The licensee shall be held responsible for any damage caused to the property and/or belongings of the licensee and/or his guests and the costs of the repairs effected by the Municipal Council will be borne by him.

(b) The Municipal Council does not hold itself responsible for any damage caused to the property and/or belongings of the licensee and/or his guests nor does it hold itself responsible for any loss to the licensee and/or his guests.

9. All materials and decorations should be removed by the licensee or his representations by 8.00 a.m. at latest on the day following the function. All materials left at the hall are at the licensee’s own risk. The costs of removal shall be borne by the licensee.

10. (i) The licensee, his representatives and his guests shall be bound to comply with and abide by paragraph (b) of G.N. 24 of 1939 made under Section 3 of the noise prevention ordinance (clone Vol III Cap 294) which reads as follows: “It shall not be lawful for any person, in such a manner as to cause inconvenience to any member of the public.”

(ii) The licensee, his representative/s and his guests shall not make use of any sound equipment, musical instrument, or electrical and mechanical device for producing sound on any premises situate on or in close proximity to any street, through fare or public place in such a way to cause any nuisance, annoyance and inconvenience to any party/parties. All musical instruments and sound system must be turned down as from 10.00 p.m.

(iii) Should the licensee, his representative/s and guests fail to comply with the provisions set out in paragraph 9 (i) (ii) above then the Municipal Council by its representative/s or by the Police Force shall be entitled to reduce or turn down or shut off the aforesaid instruments of force the licensee and /or his representatives, and/or his guests out of the hall, without the licensee and/or his representatives and/or guests having any right to claim any damages or indemnity from it and /or its employees and/or representatives.

11. The attention of the licensee is drawn to the fact that cooking is not allowed in the kitchen of the Reception hall. Yet the said kitchen can be used to store ready made snacks and drinks.

12. No catering, that is consumption of snacks and drinks is allowed inside the Reception Hall. All catering services will have to be organized in the porch beside the said Reception Hall.

13. Under no circumstances shall the licensee be allowed to tamper with the sound equipments and or other equipments and/or property of the Municipal Council.

14. Refund of deposit will be effected 15 days following the function on presentation of the deposit receipt unless Clause 8(a) applies.

15. The licensee shall under no circumstances be considered a tenant either under the landlord and tenant Act or any other law in force in Mauritius, but shall be considered to have been granted as licence by the Municipal Council to occupy the hall on temporarily basis and for a specific purpose.

16. The Council may revoke or review any of the above conditions at any time it may deem fit, without having to given any advance notice to obtain prior consent of the licensee.

17. The licensee hereby declares that he/she accepts the above conditions.

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF QUATRE BORNES CONDITIONS FOR THE USE OF BELLE ROSE RECEPTION HALL.
(a) Grants the use of the reception hall (hereinafter referred to as the reception hall or the hall) with 500 chairs, 15 tables, sound equipment, supplies electrical energy and water, but does not hold itself for any interruption and defect in electricity and water supply.

(b) Provides a personnel in charge of the hall.

The licence and his guests shall abide by all reasonable instructions and orders given to them by the official in charge.

The licensee must apply, through the Municipality of Quatre Bornes (hereinafter called the Municipality), for the services of 1 police sergeant and 2 police constables to be on duty for the maintenance of order when alcoholic drinks are served or on special occasions as deemed fit by this Municipality.

The fees for the police sergeant and constables will have to be borne by the Licensee.

The Licensee may be authorized to decorate the hall, at his own costs and under supervision and to the satisfaction of the Municipality. The use of scotch tape, metal nails, glue, etc, is prohibited.

The tariff, as approved by the Council, will be applied in all cases. Under no circumstances, will application for reduction be considered.

On booking the reception hall, the Licensee should pay to the Municipality a sum of Rs. 1,000.00 as deposit. The fee for the use of the hall and the policemen fees can be paid at latest two months before the function.

The deposit of the licensee will be forfeited if he fails to notify the Municipality to cancel or postpone his booking in a reasonable delay of at least three months unless in cases of emergencies and/or unforeseen circumstances. Whenever a Cyclone Warning Class III is announced, the licensee and his guests shall vacate the hall within the first quarter of an hour following such announcement and the hall will be closed immediately. Reimbursement, in such cases may be envisaged if the licensee and guests have not yet entered the hall.

(c) The Licensee shall be held responsible for any damage caused to the hall, furniture and equipment by himself and/or any his guests and the costs of the repairs effected by the Municipality will be borne by him.

(d) The Municipality does not hold itself responsible for any damage caused to the property and/or belongings of the licensee and/or his guests nor does it hold itself responsible for any loss to the licensee and/or his guests. All materials and decorations should be removed by the licensee or his representative by 8.00 a.m. at latest on the day following the evening function. All materials left at the hall are at the licensee’s own risk. The costs of removal shall be borne by the licensee.

(i) The licensee, his representative/s and his guests shall be bound to comply with and abide paragraph (b) of G.N. 24 of 1939 made under section 3 of the Noise Prevention Ordinance (C. Lane Vol III, 294) which reads as follows: -2-“it shall no be lawful for any person, in such a manner as to cause inconvenience to any member of the public”

(ii) (a) The licensee, his representative/s and his guests shall not make use of any sound equipment, musical instrument or electrical or mechanical device for producing sound on any premises situate on or in close proximity to, any street thoroughfare, or public place, in such a way as to cause any nuisance, annoyance and inconvenience to any party/parties. All musical instruments must be turned down as from 10.00 p.m.

(b) The licensee, his representative/s and his guests shall vacate the hall at latest by 11.00 p.m.

(iii) Should the licensee, his representative/s and guests fail to comply with the provisions set out in paragraph 9(i) and (ii) above, then the Municipality by its representative/s or by the Police force shall be entitled to reduce or turn down or shut off the aforesaid instruments or force the licensee and/or his representative and/or this guests out of the Hall, without the licensee and/or his representative and/or guests having any right to claim any damages of indemnity from it and/or its employees and/or representatives.

(iv) The attention of the licensee is drawn to the fact that if a fee is claimed, he should (i) be in possession of an occasion licence to act as owner of a place of public entertainment (ii) notify the Chief Welfare office that he is organising the function, have his tickets stamped by the Treasury Department of the Municipality, and pay entertainment tax at the Legal rate as stipulated in G.N. 297 of 1979 (as subsequently amended).

1. Refund of deposit will be effected 15 days following the function on presentation of the deposit unless clause 7 above applies.

2. Under no circumstance shall the licensee be allowed to tamper with the sound equipment/s and/or other equipments and/or property of the Municipality.

3. The licensee shall under no circumstances be considered a tenant either under the Landlord and Tenant Act or any other law in force in Mauritius, but shall be considered to have been granted a licence by the Municipality to occupy the hall on temporarily basic and for a specific purpose.

4. The Council may revoke or review any of the above conditions at anytime as it may deem fit, without having to give any advance notice to or obtain the prior consent of the licensee.

5. The following tariff shall apply:

(i) EVENING FUNCTIONSDeposit Rs. 1,000/-Tariff Fee Rs. 6,000/- from 4.00 p.m to 11.00 p.m

(ii) DAY FUNCTIONSDeposit Rs. 1,000/- 9.00 a.m to noonTariff Fee Rs. 4,000/- (3 hrs) 1.00 p.m to 4.00 p.m

(iii) Other evening functions up to 3 hrs, tariff fee applicable will be Rs. 4,000/- and for every subsequent additional hour the tariff fee will be Rs. 600/- per hour. All deposit, Tariff fee must be paid and/or any other payments must be made to the Municipality at the Town Treasurer’s Department of the Municipality.

The licensee hereby declares that he/she accepts the above conditions.

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF QUATRE BORNES CONDITIONS OF RENTAL PAVILLON HALL
1. The Pavillon Hall will be used for the following: Literary activities, cultural activities, seminars, workshop, engagement ceremonies, birthday parties, indoor sport activities and other activities of a similar nature.
2. The Municipal Council
(a) Grants the use of the hall with 200 chairs, 8 tables, supplies electric energy and water but does not hold itself responsible for any interruption and defect in electricity and water supply.
(b) Provides a personnel in charge of the hall. The licensee and his guests shall abide by all reasonable instructions and orders given to them by the official in charge.
3. The licensee must apply through the Municipal Council of Quatre Bornes (thereinafter called the Municipal Council) for the services of 2 police constables to be on duty for the maintenance of order as deems fit by the Municipal Council.
4. The kitchen and toilets found adjacent to hall may be used by the licensee. No utensils will be provided.
5. The licensee may be authorized to decorate the hall at his own costs and under the supervision and to the satisfaction of the Municipality, thus not causing any damage to the existing structures.
6. The tariff as approved as approved by the Council will be applied in all cases. Under no circumstances will application for reduction be considered.
7. On booking the hall, the licensee should pay to the Municipal Council a sum of Rs. 1,000 as deposit. The fees for the use of the hall and policemen fees can be paid sat least 2 months before the function. The deposit of the licensee will be forfeited if he fails to notify the Municipal Council to cancel or to postpone his booking in a reasonable delay of at least 3 months unless in cases of emergencies and/or unforeseen circumstances.
8. Whenever a cyclone warning class III is announced, the licensee and his guests shall vacate the hall within the first quarter of an hour following such announcement and the hall will be closed immediately.
9. The licensee shall be held responsible for any damage caused to the hall, furniture and equipment by himself and/or any of his guests and the costs of repairs effected by the Municipal Council will be borne by him.
10. The Municipal Council does not hold itself responsible for any damage caused to the property and/or belongings of the licensee and/or his guests nor does it hold itself responsible for any loss to the licensee and/or his guests.
11. All materials and decorations should be removed by the licensee or his representative by 8.00 a.m. at latest on the day following the function. All materials left at the hall are at the licensee’s own risk. The costs of removal shall be borne by the licensee.
12. (i) The licensee, his representative/s and his guests shall be bound to comply with and abide by paragraph (b) of G.N. 24 of 1939 made under Section 3 of the noise prevention Ordinance (C. lane Vol III Cap 294) which reads as follows: “It shall not be lawful for any person, in such a manner as to cause inconvenience to any member of the public.”
(ii) The licensee, his representative/s and his guests shall not make use of any sound equipment, musical instrument, or electrical and mechanical device for producing sound on any premises situate on or in close proximity to any street, through fare or public place in such a way to cause any nuisance, annoyance and inconvenience to any party/parties. All musical instruments and sound system must be turned down as from 10.00 p.m.
(iii) Should the licensee, his representative/s and guests fail to comply with the provisions set out in paragraph 12 (i) & (ii) above, then the Municipal Council by its representative/s or by the Police Force shall be entitled to reduce or turn down or shut off the aforesaid instruments of force the licensee and /or his representatives, and/or his guests out of the hall, without the licensee and/or his representatives and/or guests having any right to claim any damages or indemnity from it and /or its employees and/or representatives.
13. Refund of deposit will be effected fifteen days following the function on presentation of the deposit receipt unless Clause 9 applies.
14. The Council may revoke or review any of the above conditions at any time it may deem fit, without having to given any advance notice to obtain prior consent of the licensee.
15. The licensee shall under no circumstances be considered a tenant either under the Landlord and Tenant Act or any other law in force in Mauritius, but shall be considered to have been granted as licence by the Municipal Council to occupy the hall on temporary basis and for a specific purpose.

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF QUATRE BORNES CONDITIONS OF RENTAL Reception Hall – J.A. Marie Marot Activity Centre
1. The hall of the J. A. Marie Marot Activity Centre will be used for the following:- Literary activities, cultural activities, seminars, workshop, engagement ceremonies, birthday parties, indoor sport activities and other activities of a similar nature.
2. The Municipality
(a) Grants the use of the hall with 300 chairs, 15 tables, supplies electric energy and water but does not hold itself responsible for any interruption and defect in electricity and water supply.
(b) Provides a personnel in charge of the hall. The licensee and his guests shall abide by all reasonable instructions and orders given to them by the official in charge.
3. The licensee must apply through the Municipality of Quatre Bornes (thereinafter called the Municipality) for the services of 2 police constables to be on duty for the maintenance of law and order as deemed fit by the Municipality.
4. The Kitchen and toilets found adjacent to hall may be used by the licensee. No utensils will be provided.
5. The licensee may be authorized to decorate the hall at his own costs and under the supervision and to the satisfaction of the Municipality, thus not causing any damage to the existing structures.
6. The tariff as approved by the Council will be applied in all cases. Under no circumstances will application for reduction be considered.
7. On booking the hall, the licensee should pay to the Municipality a sum of Rs 1,000 as deposit. The fees for the use of the hall and policemen fees can be paid at least 2 months before the function. The deposit of the licensee will be forfeited if he fails to notify the Municipality to cancel or postpone his booking in a reasonable delay of at least 3 months unless in cases of emergencies and/or unforeseen circumstances.- 2 –
8. Whenever a cyclone warning class III is announced, the licensee and his guests shall vacate the hall within the first quarter of an hour following such announcement and the hall will be closed immediately.
9. The licensee shall be held responsible for any damage caused to the hall, furniture and equipment by himself and/or any of his guests and the costs of repairs effected by the Municipality will be borne by him.
10. The Municipality does not hold itself responsible for any damage caused to the property and/or belongings of the licensee and/or his guests nordoes it hold itself responsible for any loss to the licensee and/or his guests.
11. All materials and decorations should be removed by the licensee or his representative by 8.00 a.m at latest on the day following the function. All materials left at the hall are at the licensee’s own risk. The cost of removal shall be borne by the licensee.
12. (i) The licensee, his representatives and his guests shall be bound to comply with and abide by paragraph (b) of G.N 24 of 1939 made (under section 3 of the noise prevention Ordinance (C. Lane Vol 111 Cap 294) which reads as follows ‘ It shall not be lawful for any person, in such a manner as to cause inconvenience to any member of the public.’
(ii) The licensee, his representative/s and his guests shall not make use of any sound equipment, musical instrument or electrical and mechanical device for producing sound on any premises situate on or in close proximity to any street, through fare or public place in such a way to cause any nuisance, annoyance and inconvenience to any party/parties. All musical instruments must be turned down as from 10.00 p.m.
(iii) Should the licensee, his representative/s and guests fail to comply with the provisions set out in paragraph 12 (i) & (ii) above, then the Municipality by its representative/s or by the police force shall be entitled to reduce or turn down or shut off the aforesaid instruments or force the licensee and /or his representative/s and/or guests out of the hall, without the licensee and /or his representative/s and/or his guests out of the hall, without the licensee and/or his representative/s and/or his guests having any right to claim any damages or indemnity from it and /or its employees and/or representatives. - 3 -
13. Refund of deposit will be effected within 3 weeks following the function on presentation of the deposit receipt unless clause 9 applies.
14. The Council may revoke or review any of the above conditions at any time as it may deem fit, without having to give any advance notice to obtain prior consent of the licensee.
15. The licensee shall under no circumstances be considered a tenant either under the Landlord and Tenant Act or any other law in force in Mauritius, but shall be considered to have been granted a licence by the Municipality to occupy the hall on a temporary basis and for a specific purpose.

MUNICIPAL HALLS (ON LEASE)
(a) BELLE ROSE RECEPTION HALL
DEPOSIT RENTAL FEE ATTENDANT FEE RATE PER HOUR FOR OUTSIDE OFFICE HOURS ON WEEKDAYS, SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS & PUBLIC HOLIDAYS

Day functions (First 3 hours) Rs1,000/- Rs4,000/- Rs125/-

Day functions additional hour Rs 600/-

Evening functions(4pm – 10pm) Rs1,000/- Rs6,000/- Rs125/-

NOTE: Police fees payable directly to Rose Hill Police Station by the lessee after payment of deposit.
(b) TOWN HALL RECEPTION HALL

Wedding Ceremonies (3hours) Rs2,000/- Rs6,000/- Rs125/-

(on Sundays only)

Meetings & Seminars (per hour) Rs1,000/- Rs125/-

Other functions (Conference,Seminars,

Craft exhibition, Literary activities etc) Rs1,000/- Rs2,000/- per hour Rs125/-

Whole day Rs1,000/- Rs5,000/- Rs125/-

Two consecutive days Rs1,000/- Rs7,000/- Rs125/-

More than two days (rate per hour) Rs3,000/- Rs3,000/- Rs125/-

(c) LE PAVILLON HALL Engagement/reception/ Rs1,000/- Rs125/-

birthday party etc

Rental for first 3 hours Rs2,000/-

Additional hour Rs400/- per hour

FOR EVENING FUNCTIONS Rs1,000/- Rs3,500/- Rs125/- per hour

(16 hrs – 23 hrs) NOTE: Police fees payable directly to Rose Hill Police Station by the lessee after payment of deposit.
(d) J.A MARIE MAROT ACTIVITY CENTREC/R MURRAY AND ANTELME AVENUE, QUATRE BORNES
(i) FUNCTIONS EXCLUSIVELY FOR SENIOR CITIZENS – (UP TO 7.00PM)

Deposit : Rs1, 000/-

Rental : Rs1, 000/- for 1st 3 hours

Additional hour : Rs300/- per hour

Attendant fees : Rs125/- per hour

(ii) FOR OTHER FUNCTIONS - (UP TO 7.00PM)

Deposit : Rs1, 000/-

Rental : Rs3, 000/- for 1st 3 hours

Additional hour : Rs500/- per hour

Attendant fees : Rs125/- per hour

(iii) FOR FUNCTIONS – (FROM 16:00HRS TO 22:00HRS) (Sundays and Public Holidays only)

Deposit : Rs1, 000/-

Rental : Rs4, 000/-

Attendant fees : Rs125/- per hour

Police fees payable directly to Rose Hill Police Station by the lessee after payment of deposit.

NOTE: For Senior Citizens requesting the hall for evening functions up to 10.00pm on Sundays and Public Holidays, tariff (iii) will apply
(e) RECEPTIONS HALL FOUND IN OUR MUNICIPAL MULTIPURPOSE COMPLEX NAMELY AT:

(a) Nelson Mandela Complex – Berthaud Avenue

(b) Résidence Kennedy Complex

(c) Sir Charles Gaëtan Duval Complex – Résidence Père Laval

(d) Prof. Basdeo Bissoondoyal Complex at Balisage Bassin

These halls will be leased only for Meetings, Conferences, literary activities, activities of social nature – up to 7.00pm.

Deposit : Rs500/-

Rental : Rs1, 000/- for 1st 3 hours

Additional Hours : Rs300/- per hour

Attendant fees : Rs125/- per hour

(f) SSR ART GALLERY (ST JEAN ROAD, QUATRE BORNES)

This hall is leased for exhibitions purposes

Deposit : Rs1, 000/-

Lease : Rs1, 000/- per day

Attendant fees : Rs125/- per hour (outside office hours)

(g) CENTRE DES VACANCES ET DE LOISIRS(Dormitories) – No of beds available: 40

Deposit : Rs1, 000/-

Lease : Rs100/- per head per day

Minimum No of persons for a delegation: 10

Attendant fees : Rs125/- per hour

 

• Courses offered by the Municipal Council:- Yoga, Tai chi, Aerobic

Venue : All Municipal Social Halls

Application: Application forms available at the Welfare Department as from 2nd week of November each year.

Duration of course : February to Mid December

Ongoing Municipal Sports Schools

• Table Tennis

• Boxing

• Kick Boxing

• Karate

Venue : Municipal Social Halls

N.B. For additional information contact the Welfare Department Municipal Social Halls

• Belle Rose Social Hall

• Sir Charles Gaetan Duval Social Hall (Residences Pere Laval)

• Nelson Mandela Social Hall ( Berthaud Avenue)

• Shrimati Indira Gandhi Social Hall (Palma)

• Residence Kennedy Social Hall

 

SPORTS INFRASTRUCTURE

Sports Complexes – Basket ball/ volley ball/ hand ball/ Petanque Court/ Tennis Court

1. Jos Guy Rozemont Stadium (Candos)  
2. Residence Kennedy Municipal Complex  
3. La Source Sports Ground (with lighting facilities)  
4. Residence St Jean Football Ground (with lighting facilities)  
5. Residence Pere Laval Sports Complex (with lighting facilities)  
6. Palma Football Ground (No lighting facilities)  
7. Bassin Football Ground (belongs to SILWF, maintenance, trimming, etc… by municipal employee)  
8. J.R.Delaitre Sports Complex (with lighting facilities)  
9. Ebene Gymnasium & Football Ground  
10. Sodnac Football Ground Govt School Used by the citizens of Quatre Bornes
11. Baichoo Madhoo Football Ground Maintained and trimmed by municipal employees
12. E.Rochecouste Football Ground Govt School  

 

Sports Club

There are 65 sports club affiliated with the Municipality.

 

Club 1st Division

Football: Association Sportive de Quatre Bornes

 

Club 1st Division

Volleyball: Quatre Bornes Volleyball Club, Quatre Bornes Volleyball Club (Feminine), Club Sportive Trotters de Quatre Bornes

 

Sports event organized by the department:

Competitions, football, volleyball, handball, basket ball, Petanque, beach volley, street football, boxing, athletism, cycle race, moto cross, Body Building, Badminton, Karaté, Sport Awards, etc…

 

AFFILIATED ASSOCIATIONS/BODIES
The following associations are affiliated to the Municipal Council.
For additional details and Phone Numbers, kindly contact the Welfare Department.
   
SPORTS CLUBS
NAME OF CLUB ADDRESS
Cercle de St Esprit Sports Club 38, Murphy Avenue, Quatre Bornes
Quatre Bornes Swansea Club Résidence Kennedy, Quatre Bornes
West Ham United Club 34, Palma Road, Quatre Bornes
Groupement des Jeunes Youth Club Bk H27, Avenue L'Egalite, Résidences Kennedy, Q.Bornes
Beau Séjour Sports Club Bk E4, Robert Edward Hart Avenue, Quatre Bornes
La Source United Club La Source, Quatre Bornes
Olympic de Quatre Bornes Sports Club Gangamah Avenue, Palma Road, Quatre Bornes
Quatre Bornes Santos Sporting Club Pousse Passe Lane, Palma Road, Quatre Bornes
Résidences Kennedy United Football Club Résidences Kennedy, Quatre Bornes
Quatre Bornes Aztec Sporting Lcub Belle Rose, Quatre Bornes
Quatre Bornes Père Laval United Football Club Résidences Père Laval, Quatre Bornes
Cercle de Pellegrin Sports Club Royal Road Pellegrin, Quatre Bornes
Ollier Bees Sports Club 59, Dr Ross Avenue, Quatre Bornes
Bassin Road, Starlight Sports Club Cnr. Coorperative Avenue, Bassin Road, Quatre Bornes
La Source Ronin Sports Club Avenue La Ferme, Palma, Quatre Bornes
Beau Séjour Flying Sports Club 8 Leckning Street, Rose Hill
La Louise Light United 154, Victoria Avenue, Quatre Bornes
Quatre Bornes Red Star S.C 166, Ollier Avenue, Quatre Bornes
ISCA Sporting Club 23, Boundary Road, Rose Hill
Association Sportive de Palma Palma Road, Quatre Bornes
Palma Progressive S.C Palma Road, Quatre Bornes
Jokers Sporting Club Bassin Road, Quatre Bornes
Association Sportive de Quatre Bornes Laseringue Avenue, Palma, Quatre Bornes
Quatre Bornes Sodnac F.C Cnr. SSR & Perdrix Avenues, Quatre Bornes
Manick Lane Sporting Club Manick Lane, Quatre Bornes
Club Sportif Trotters de Quatre Bornes Avenue St Louis, Belle Rose
New Horizon Sports Club Bassin Road, Quatre Bornes
Quatre Bornes Gojugan Karaté Club Ollier Avenue, Quatre Bornes
Club Athletisme Résidences Kennedy Résidences Kennedy, Quatre Bornes
Quatre Bornes Volleyball Club 46, D'Epinay Avenue, Quatre Bornes
Quatre Bornes Fire Hawks Handball Club Rajcoomar Lane, Quatre Bornes
Magic de Quatre Bornes Morcellement Sodnac, Quatre Bornes
Quatre Bornes Veteran Football Team c/o Welfare Department, MQB
White Eagle Socio Cultural Club Palma Junction Road, Quatre Bornes
Quatre Bornes Athletic Association 76, Avenue Celicourt Antelme, Quatre Bornes
Belle Rose Beau Séjour Multisports Club Avenue St Louis, Belle Rose
La Source Centre Sporting Club Rotin No. 1, Palma, Quatre Bornes
Club Bouliste De Doyen Quatre Bornes Avenue Doyen, Quatre Bornes
Quatre Bornes Town Centre Tennis Club 5, D'Epinay Avenue, Quatre Bornes
Candos Sporting Club Opposite Victoria Hospital, Quatre Bornes
Bassin Quatre Bornes United Appadoo Lane, Bassin Road, Quatre Bornes
Résidences Kennedy Sylver Phanton Judo Club D45, Avenue de La Confiance Résidences Kennedy
Express Sports Club De Belle Rose 36, Lapeyrousse Avenue, Belle Rose
Club Athletisme de St Esprit Sir Virgil Naz Avenue, Quatre Bornes

RELIGIOUS BODIES
St. Jean Church  
St. Rosaire Church  
St. Luc Church  
St. Patrick Church  
St. Andrew Church  
Ste. Brigitte Church  
   
Quatre Bornes Sunnee Mosque  
Noor E Muslemine (Poivre) Mosque Belle Rose  
Islamic Circle (Quran House) (Boundary)  
Hidayat Islam Mosque - Belle Rose  
Belle Rose (Kooraram) Mosque  
Anjuman Madal Ul Muslemine Society (Pasteur) Mosque  
Sodnac Islamic Society  
Bassin Islamic Society  
Ahmadiya Mosque (Ollier)  
   
Nirvan Mandir - Henessy  
Hari Har Mandir (Shivopasak Sabha La Louise)  
Brindaban Sarvajanik Mandir  
   
Hindoo Tamulall Siva Soopramaniar (Benevolent Society) (Corps De Garde Kovil)
Trianon Mariamen Temple  
Ebene Mariamen Temple  
Tamil Dharma Sargam Benevolent Society (Boundary Road)  
Siva Soopramaniar Kovil Association (Bassin)  
   
Mauritius Andhra Maha Sabha (Quatre Bornes Branch) (Shri Krishna Mandir)  
Mauritius Andhra Maha Sabha (Quatre Bornes Branch) (Shri Krishna Mandiram) (Berthaud Avenue)  
Mauritius Andhra Maha Sabha (Belle Rose Branch) (Palma Mandiram) (Avenue Henessy)  

FORCES VIVES AND OTHER BODIES
NAME OF ASSOCIATION ADDRESS OF ASSOCIATION
Action Civic De Candos Lall Bahadoor, Shastri Lane, Candos
Association Des Eclaireurs De L'Ecole Complimentaire C69 Avenue de La Dignité, Résidences Kennedy, Candos
Force Vive Résidence Bassin Bk C2, Santa Appolonia, Cité Bassin, Quatre Bornes
Groupe Lumière et Partage Manilall Dr. Street, Rose Hill
Groupement De Bassin Bassin Road, Quatre Bornes
Groupement De Couples Route Bassin, Quatre Bornes (Opp. Health Centre)
Jeunesse Franciscain Séculier Trianon Quatre Bornes
Les Forces Vives De Résidences Candos Avenue Pavoipierre, Résidences Candos, Quatre Bornes
Swastika Samelan Sabha Bassin Road, Palma Junction, Quatre Bornes
Syndicat De Co-Proprietaires Des Rés. Villeneuve Avenue Des Tulipes, Sodnac, Quatre Bornes
Forces Vive Résidences Candos Lane No. 4, Résidences Candos, Quatre Bornes
YMCA- Mauritius Flat No. 2, Arcades Dookhun, Route St Jean
Mouvement Social De La Jeunesse D'Ebene Ebene, Quatre Bornes
Louis Nellan Community Welfare Louis Nellan Lane
Association Pour Le Développement Communautaire D34, Avenue De La Confiance, Résidence Kennedy
L'Association Crée De Nouveau De Palma St Jean Road & Cnr Murphy Avenue, Quatre Bornes
Mauritius Alliance of Women St Jean Road & Cnr Murphy Avenue, Quatre Bornes
Comité Quartier, Résidences St Jean Social Hall, St Jean
St John Ambulance Emilien Rochecouste Government School
Navyuvak Sanatan Sabha Bassin Road, Quatre Bornes
Comité Quartier De Belle Rose 33A, Avenue Telfaire, Quatre Bornes
Zenfants Quartier Résidences Père Laval
Jeune Espoir, Quatre Bornes Boundary Street, Quatre Bornes
Fraternité Quartier Quatre Bornes

Centre Sinai O.Ernest Avenue, Quatre Bornes

WEBSITE: www.fraternite-quartier.org

Millenium Socio Cultural Group Western Boundary, Quatre Bornes
Association of Inhabitants of Résidences St Jean C9, Résidences St Jean, Quatre Bornes
Maison D'Entraide Handicapped Polios 37, Avenue Pelicans, Sodnac
Palliative Care (Mtius) Ltd C/o Couvent de Belle Rose, Belle Rose
Childhope Mauritius 24, Avenue Des Rosiers, Quatre Bornes
Sodnac Events Management Initiative Club Trianon No.1, Quatre Bornes
Aidons Les Pauvres 63, Avenue Seeneevassen, Quatre Bornes
Anti - Violence Support Organisation C/o Jagritri Handicraft Coop. Society, St Jean Rd, Q.Bornes
Association pour Le Développement Durable 30 Anteleme Avenue, Quatre Bornes

FEMININE ASSOCIATIONS

40 women associations are affiliated to the Council.  They are regrouped into a Federation.  It groups more than 1,000 members and organizes various activities like outing, national day celebration, talks, depistage, exhibition, etc…
NAME OF ASSOCIATION  
Père Laval Women's Association  
Taamarai Kazhagam Women's Association  
Joyti Mahila Samaj  
Nehru Committee Centre  
Fleurita Women's Association  
La Source Tamizhar Kazagam  
La Louise Arya Samaj  
Ramayan Mandali Mahila Samaj  
Association Féminine Résidence Kennedy  
Résidence St Jean Women Association  
Shivopasack Mahila Sabha  
Sati Anusuya Kumari Sangh  
Brindaban Sarvajanik Mahila Sabha  
Groupe L'Espoir Chapelle St Luc. Cité Kennedy  
Naryuvak Sanatan Mahila Sabha  
Palma Hindu Mahila Sabha  
Bethany Home Association  
Belle Rose Telegu Mahila Sabha  
Belle Rose Orchidée Women Association  
Sainte Brigitte Women's Association  
Mokshada Nari Sabha  
Jagriti Handicraft Co-operate Society  
Rotin Arya Mahila Samaj  
La Source Women's Association  
Trianon Ladies Association  

Pre-Primary Schools

There are 3 Pre primary schools which function under the management of the Welfare Department with around 68 children and a staff of 10 persons.

(1)   Belle Rose Infant School – Belle Rose, Quatre Bornes – Tel: 465 0916

(2)   Bassin Infant School – Balisage Bassin Rd, Q.Bornes – Tel: 427 9755

(3)   Residence Pere Laval Infant School and also Day Nursery (Infants from 18 months to 2 years residing in the Town) – Residence Pere Laval – Tel: 464 3563

 

INFANTS SCHOOLS OF THE TOWN
NAME OF SCHOOL TEL NO
Royal Kids Pre-primary School 4240118
Papillon Jaune Pre-primary School 4547224
Alouette Pre-primary School 4253183
Angel's Pre-primary School 4672538
Les Coquelicots's Pre-primary School 4653195
Les Papillons Pre-primary School 4667808
Kids Corner Pre-primary School 4676126
Winnie Pooh Pre-primary School 4270836
Les Marionettes Pre-primary School 4646703
La Colombe Pre- primary School 4243489
Barbapapa Pre-primary School 4273792
Lapin Lapine Pre-Primary School 4256952
Tooty Pre-primary School 4542601
Bouba Pre-primary School 4255078
Le Lys Pre-primary School 4659574
Le Bon Berger Pre-primary School 4270216
Les Joyeux Anges Pre-primary School 4254486
Les Anges Pre-primary School 4671282
Les Petits Papillons Pre-primary School 4241480
Little Genius Pre-primary School 4251902
Safe and Sound Pre-primary School 4270819
Arden Junior School 4653985
Chaperon Rouge 4274262
Little Birds Pre-primary School 4271446
Bufferfly Pre-primary School 4274139

Federation of senior citizens

It works under the aegis of the Municipal Council and the federation is composed of 60 senior citizens clubs affiliated to the Municipality.

The Federation is responsible for organizing activities for more than 3,000 senior citizens.  Après Midi dansant, outing, seminars, lunch, indoor & outdoor games, visits to homes.  The municipal bus is also put at the disposal of our elderly for their outings.  All clubs to be affiliated should be registered with the Registrar of Association.

Albatross Senior Citizens Association  
Bassin Road Senior Citizens Association  
Beau Sejour Senior Citizens Association  
Belle Rose / St. Louis Senior Citizen Club  
Belle Rose Jyotee Senior Citizens Association  
Belle Rose Senior Citizens Association  
Boundary Senior Citizens Association  
Brindaban Senior Citizens Association  
Candos Senior Citizen Association  
Club De L'Unite Berthaud  
Club Du 3eme Age "Etente Cordiale"  
Club Du 3eme Age St. Luc  
Club L'Amitie  
Danse Et Loisirs Du 3eme Age  
Dhanush Senior Citizens Association  
Draper Senior Citizens Association  
Ebene Senior Citizens Association  
Esperance Senior Citizens Club  
Groupe 3eme Age Realite  
Groupement Du 3eme Age De St Jean  
Groupement Du 3eme Age Residence Pere Laval  
Hwa Kuang Senior Citizen Club  
La Louise Arya Samaj Senior Citizens Association  
La Louise Senior Citizens Association  
La Source Senior Citizens Association  
M.A.W. Senior Citizen Association  
Maduban Senior Citizen Association  
Mauritius Pensioner's Welfare Association  
Mokshada Nari Senior Citizen Sabha  
Mouvement D'age D'Or  
Nehru Senior Citizens Association  
Ollier Senior Citizen Association  
Palma Senior Citizens Association  
Pellegrin Trianon Senior Citizens Society  
Plaines Wilhems Chinese Senior Citizens Association  
Pousse Passe Senior Citizens Association  
Primary School Teachers Senior Citizen Association  
Quatre Bornes Sai Senior Citizens Wing  
Retired Police Officers Association  
Saint Jean Sodnac Senior Citizens Wing  
Saraswatee Senior Citizens Association  
Selex Senior Citizens Association  
Senior Citizen Paraspar Sahayak Association  
Senior Citizen's Club "Le Paille-en-queue"  
Sewa Group Senior Citizen Club  
Shiv Shakti Senior Citizen Association  
Shivopasack Senior Citizens Sabha  
Shri Krishna Senior Citizens Association  
Sookdeo Bissoondoyal Senior Citizen  
Ste Brigitte 3eme Age  
Still Young Club  
Tamarai Kazhagam Senior Citizen  
The Senior Citizens Tamil Dharman Sangham  
Victoria League Senior Citizen Association  
Vidya Kalyan Bhawan Old Age Group  
     
NB : These Associations are grouped under a FEDERATION called THE QUATRE BORNES FEDERATION
OF SENIOR CITIZEN ASSOCIATION. The Executive Committee for the year 2012-2013 is composed as follows:
     
Chairperson Mr. KHEDUN Bissam 55, Ave D'Epinay, Quatre Bornes
Vice Chairperson Mr. LEGAINE Alex 44 Ave Talipots, Quatre Bornes
Secretary Mr. GOOLAM ALLY Aboo Bakar 36 Ave Goyaviers, Quatre Bornes
Ass. Secretary Mr. BALDOWOO  
Treasurer Mr. SEERUTUN Vijaye Kumar 8, Hossenally Lane, Belle Rose
Ass. Treasurer Mrs JUGARNATH  
PRO Mrs BURTUN A.M.  
Advisor Mr. APPASAMY Mardaymootoo El Monaco Court, 12 Ave Poivre, Quatre Bornes
Members Mr. VEERAPA Appalsamy 6 Trianon No. 2, Quatre Bornes
  Mr. APPADOO Erraya 27 Ylang Ylang Ave, Morc. St. Jean Quatre Bornes
  Mr. JHUNDOO Patee 6 Ave Berthaud, Quatre Bornes
  Mr. CHARLES Emanuel Andre R 42, Ave De La Paix Res.Kennedy, Quatre Bornes
  Mr. DEEPCHAND Lakshmeekant 18, Ave Belcourt Quatre Bornes
  Mrs. BARBE Ivy 62, Ave Drapers Quatre Bornes
  Mrs. LEELA Sabite Roseline 15 Ave Drapers Quatre Bornes
  Mrs. GOWREESUNKUR Oomawtee Loreto Covent St., Curepipe Road
  Mr. BOYARAM Marcel Rev Ledrun Lane, Quatre Bornes

COURSES DELIVERED FREE OF CHARGE:

  • Aerobic
  • Kick Boxing
  • Yoga
  • Dress making

Venue : Municipal Social Halls

NB: For additional information contact the Welfare Department

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