28th Mar, 2017

What's on over Christmas?

PEOPLE are invited to a carol service in Warwick.

The service is being held in dedication of the Lights of Love on the town’s Christmas tree and will start at 4pm in Market Square on Sunday (December 11).

The tree, donated by Barns Close Nursery, is covered with cards donated by people remembering loved ones and will be left up until January 6.

All proceeds from the tree will be shared between the mayor’s chosen charities and Myton Hospice.

Visit www.warwickrotary.org.uk for further details.

VILLAGE Voices will ‘Deck the Halls’ at their annual Christmas charity concert.

The singers will be performing festive songs at Dale Street Methodist Church on Saturday December 17 from 7.30pm.

Money raised from the event will go to the Salvation Army Way Ahead Project, which helps local homeless people get back on their feet.

Tickets cost £8 and are available from the Salvation Army charity shop at 136 The Parade.

Visit www.villagevoices.co.uk to find out more.

SOME 25 mini Christmas trees will be on show at Lillington Parish Church from Saturday (December 10).

All lit and decorated differently by local businesses, groups and families, the trees will feature as part of the annual festival at St Magdalene’s until December 23.

The festival starts from 2pm to 5pm with music and afternoon tea and is open to all.

ST Patrick’s Primary School holds its Christmas Fair next Thursday (December 15).

There will be craft stalls, cakes, tombola, and Santa’s Grotto and more, at the Cashmore Avenue school from

3.30pm to 6.30pm.

If you’re planning an event let us know by emailing editor@leamingtonobserver.co.uk