Amelia Trust Christmas Event will “Spread Community Christmas Cheer”.

By jamjar

23rd Nov 2022 | Local News

Amelia Trust Community Christmas Event will be held on November 26th
Amelia Trust Community Christmas Event will be held on November 26th

Local organisations have been busy designing their own wooden Christmas trees for display at the Amelia Trust Community Christmas Event in the Amelia Trust Farm Sports Hall on 26th November between 10am and 12 midday.

Visitors are encouraged to visit and admire the Christmas trees and vote for their favourite!

With a performance from Porthkerry Community Choir, carol singing, colouring for children, and face painting, it's a great way to get in the festive spirit.

Tea or coffee and mince pies are included for adults, squash and biscuits included for children.

Sophie Howe of Amelia Trust says:

"On Saturday 26th November between 10am and 12 midday, we'll be in the Sports Hall for a festive fiesta. It's guaranteed to get you in the mood for the most wonderful time of the year!
"By asking local organisations to take part in our Community Christmas event and decorate a tree, we hope to showcase local opportunities. From Guides, Brownies, and Cubs, to Lifeguards, Football, Sea Cadets, and Junior Church, come and see if there's a group you'd like to join.
"Volunteers and staff from Amelia Trust Farm will also be at the event. If you've ever thought about volunteering, but weren't sure where to start, come and pop in! Have a chat and find out how you can get involved too.
"Tickets are just £5 and also include entrance to the Farm, so feel free to see the animals, explore the woodland, and play in the outdoor park after the event.
"Bring your waterproofs and wellies, and be ready whatever the weather."

For more information and to buy tickets please visit: Community Christmas Event at Amelia Trust Farm - Amelia Trust Farm


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