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L I V E 2 4 -SE V EN GOODWILL EVENING. . . PA INSWICK The True Spirit of Christmas


30 NOVEMBER 2018 In an age where Christmas has been commercialised for many, it's heartwarming to hear stories of those putting the heart back into the season - and the village of Painswick does just that! Their annual 'Goodwill Evening' is a special occasion which this year will take place on Friday 30th November, from 5pm-8pm. The theme of the evening will be ‘Extending Goodwill to All’ and the event will focus on bringing out the true ‘goodwill’ spirit of Christmas.


A few charities will be present and visitors will be encouraged to bring donations with them, such as toys and food, for those more in need. There will also be traditional children’s games, craft stalls, hot food and treats, as well as a few surprises!


B AT T L E OF THE CHRISTMAS LIGHTS. . .


Every town and city likes to think they 'do Christmas best' so when it comes to the Christmas lights switch on, several destinations in Herefordshire like to make a concerted effort.


Bromyard is reputed to boast one of the best displays in Herefordshire. Make a note in your diary for this year's Big Switch On of the Bromyard Christmas Lights which is happening on Saturday 17th November at 5pm. Attracting a crowd of around 2,500 people, visitors can enjoy the Christmas Fayre and see Father Christmas arrive in style on his sleigh.


Not to be outdone, the annual Christmas fayre in Ross on Wye is also used to switch on the lights. From 11am - 5pm on the 25th November, you can shop the 40 stalls selling food, festive gifts and more or visit Father Christmas and his Grotto? The big switch on will happen at 4pm this year at the Market House and to get you into


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In the true spirit of Christmas, and set against the backdrop of a picture postcard village, attendees will enjoy a lantern parade performed by local school children which will start in St Mary’s Churchyard at 6pm and finish at Father Christmas’s Grotto in the Painswick Centre. An evening to be enjoyed with family and friends, or anyone who needs reminding of what Christmas is all about, for more information about the event please contact Anne-Marie Randall at annemarierandall@me.com.


the festive swing there will be singing around the town Christmas tree with the Ross Town Band.


If you fancy packing your diary with a few illuminating events, then Santa's arrival at The Market House marks the start of Ledbury's festive lights switch on and includes a host of planned entertainment as shops gear up for the crowds that attend each year, this takes place on the 24th November.


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