Carols in the Park on 21st December

Mulled wine, nativity, live animals and carols

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What better way to start the Christmas season than to join friends and neighbours to sing traditional Christmas carols in the setting of a magically lit Victorian park.

The weather may be cold, but the feeling that you will be left with after this evening will warm your soul!

SOULINBRENTFORD invite you to ‘Carols in the Park’, a community celebration on Wednesday 21st December, 2011 at St Paul’s Rec, Brentford. The event will start at 6.30pm as guests arrive to a festive-lit park and are welcomed with mulled wine, hot chocolate and mince pies.

Live music will be playing as guests visit the different animals from the nativity story (being provided by Millers Ark).

A band will lead us in carol singing which will take us through the story of the first Christmas complete with real donkeys, woolly sheep, goats and a few feathered friends…

As people leave, they will be given treats and invitations to other Christmas activities being organised by the local churches.

Join in on Wednesday 21st December, at 6.30pm (finishes at 7.30pm)
at St. Paul’s Recreation Ground, St Paul’s Road, Brentford (behind Morrisons).

December 15, 2011

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