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Sing Some Carols And Get In The Mood For Christmas

Published on: 11 Dec, 2013
Updated on: 11 Dec, 2013

There are a number of opportunities to take part in open-air carol singing and visit Nativity scenes this weekend.

Everyone is welcome to the popular free Carols on the Green event taking place in Paynter’s Park (at the junctions of Stoughton, Manor and Grange Roads) on Friday, December 13, starting at 7pm. See our previous story. Click here for more details. 

Meet Mary and Joseph and the baby Jesus at Jacobs Well on Saturday afternoon, December 14.

Meet Mary and Joseph and the baby Jesus at Jacobs Well on Saturday afternoon, December 14.

Get in the mood for Christmas with a fresh experience of the Nativity at Jacobs Well on Saturday, December 14, from 2.30pm to 5pm.

Stroke the animals in the stable (donkey, sheep, goats), have a chat with Mary and Joseph, and see the baby Jesus; warm refreshments available to enjoy in Jacobs Well Village Hall with hot chocolate, mulled wine, tea, mince pies. Try your hand at Christmas crafts, join in with some Christmas carols and enjoy the delightful sounds of the hand bells.

It takes place at Jacobs Well Scout and Guide Hut and the village hall, Jacobs Well Road. Suggested donation £2 per adult – any profits to Chase children’s hospice.

The event is being organised by St Peter’s Shared Church at Bellfields, that serves Bellfields, Slyfield Green and Jacobs Well.

And on Sunday, December 15, there will be carol singing on the green opposite the church at 4pm. See the church’s website for full details.

The National Trust property Hatchlands at East Clandon has a special event on Sunday, December 15, from 1pm to 3pm. Visit the animals and see Father Christmas. Normal admission prices.

From 3pm to 4pm, there will be carols in Hatchland’s music room for the whole family. Adults £5, children £3, family ticket £14.

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Also on Sunday evening, December 15,  is the Mayor of Guildford’s Christmas Concert at Holy Trinity Church, at 7pm. See our previous story for details.

Also click on our Notices section for more Christmas events.

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