Well, it’s that time of year again. I noticed today that posters were up for this year’s Brownhills Christmas Magic event, and thought I’d better get hold of a copy and run it on the blog. I always like to support these functions, and thankfully, Nicky Rolls from Brownhills Town Centre Partnership (tipped off by the ever-helpfull Brian Stringer) has sent me a copy of the flyer.
This is the first Christmas Magic event since 2011, and it looks to be a cracker. It takes place on Saturday, 14th December 2013 – there will be a free artificial skating rink in Ravens Court, a local choir carolling, tons of stuff for kids of all ages, and even donkeys!
No such do would be complete without Santa, who’ll also be popping by on his sleigh…
I know a whole lot of effort goes into each event, so please do support them. Brownhills has a great sense of community and it’s wonderful to see folk out in the town having a good time.
Meanwhile, if you’re organising anything at all, please do drop me a line. I do like to promote local stuff wherever possible. It’s an easy way for you to reach thousands of readers a week, absolutely free of charge.
Please mail your details to BrownhillsBob at Googlemail dot com. Cheers.
Hi Bob, i have sent you an email about a Christmas table top sale at King Street Club, in Walsall Wood, this Saturday coming 30th November, 12.30 – 4.30 pm, but am mentioning it here just in case you don’t have the time to advertise it……[so sorry,as i know it’s short notice], There will be a sign post in Walsall Wood with directions [it was opposite St Johns Medical centre last year] for any one not sure where it is. The flyer lists raffles,cakes,tombola,craft,clothes and candle stalls but i remember last year there was also books, bric a brac and a little cafe area so they may be on this year too and not forgetting…for any man being dragged there by his better half, it is inside a club so you can also get booze lol.Also being indoors you don’t have to worry about rain. Thanks Bob.
Will post it up this evening for you, no sweat
Many thanks Bob