Two Christmas events today in Brownhills!

From Brownhills Town Centre Partnership Facebook page:

Today (Saturday, 10th December) sees Brownhills Christmas Market at Brownhills Methodist Church between 9am and 3pm. There will be festive music, children’s crafts and seasonal refreshments as well as a chance to pop into the chiurch and see the magnificent array of beautifully decorated Christmas trees.

The excellent Kevin Simon has updated his post with lots of photos of the Christmas Tree Festival, too.

Also, from the same page, over at the Annexe

Saturday also sees the Brownhills Community Association Open Day and Christmas Fair at Brownhills Activity Centre (The old Central Boy’s School on Pelsall Road by the main island, opposite the Parkview Centre) between 10.30am and 4pm. Enjoy the craft stalls, bouncy castle, Santa’s grotto and carols from Spotlight Youth Productions.

C'mon guys, send me a headsup in future, please...

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4 Responses to Two Christmas events today in Brownhills!

  1. Antony hill says:

    Have a Brownhills bobby bobby Christmas and a bobby new year Brownhills Bob, best wishes, the house which never used to be so mad!

  2. Ian says:

    Off topic, but why is the Megan Du Boison so called?

  3. Andy Dennis says:

    Megan du Boisson was a campaigner (1960s ?) trying to improve the financial circumstances of disabled people. I think the idea was to get disabled people to speak up for themselves and demand asssitance. Among other things this led to the attendance allowance, which lots of people benefit from today. It covered the cost of home care visits for my old Dad a couple of years back and I guess this is when most people find out about it.

  4. Ian says:

    Many thanks Andy.

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