Brownhills Christmas market come on down!


A great thing for Brownhills…

Don’t forget that today and tomorrow (Saturday and Sunday 13-14th December 2014) – Brownhills will be hosting it’s first ever two-day Christmas market, with lots of other attractions for all the family from young to old.

Brownhills Town Centre Partnership have been working really hard on this, and there will be lots there: a free synthetic ice rink, Santa’s Grotto, birds of prey display (that’s really good – it was fabulous last year), Christmas Trail, donkeys and all sorts of other entertainment, including the Christmas Tree Festival at the Silver Street Church.

The whole lot runs from 11am to 4pm, both days. Why not get down there?

Also going on is the Silver Street Methodist Church Christmas Tree Festival, and David Evans sent me the following excellent pictures – so it’s well worth a visit too!

Meanwhile, if you’re organising anything for Christmas 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.

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2 Responses to Brownhills Christmas market come on down!

  1. buglassg says:

    Hi Bob,
    Have you spotted Brownhills Miner has made it to be runner up best roundabout and appers as November in his year’s Roundabout Appreciation Societies Calendar? Check out their website. Glen

    • Hi Glen

      Thanks, yes I noted that. Earlier in the year the creator of the calendar (which isn’t a charity thing, but a commercial enterprise) asked if he could use one of my photos on his calendar. He offered me a free calendar as payment. I suggested £50 to MacMillan was a suitable fee, and never heard from him again.

      Since a donation to a very good charity was clearly too much to bare, I think that gives the measure of the product.

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