As part of our continued investment to support our local community, in Bakers of Danbury donated a large Christmas tree to the village of Danbury again.
The community of Danbury enjoyed a Christmas event hosted by Danbury Parish Council for the whole village to enjoy, on the evening of Monday 6th December. As the event is becoming more popular every year, it was attended by record numbers again, according to the Parish Council Chairman Stuart Berlyn.
After the count down, Father Christmas switched on the Christmas tree lights and everyone enjoyed singing along to traditional Christmas carols, accompanied by the wonderful Salvation Army Band and the Choir from St Johns C of E Primary School.
After the carols were sung, everyone enjoyed warm refreshments and treats at Danbury Sports and Social Centre and the children of Danbury were delighted to meet Father Christmas.
Cllr Stuart Berlyn, Chairman of Danbury Parish Council said:
From not being able to hold an event last year to tonight’s magical ‘turning on’ of the lights by ‘Father Christmas’ – the children had a fantastic time and thoroughly enjoyed it. Many thanks to all who contributed to our village event. Happy Christmas to one and all"
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