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Winter Warmer at William Clarke Park (the Patch)

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Sunday, 10th December 2006

Big family turnout for the Winter Warmer
A Good Turnout

On a cold Sunday afternoon in December several hundred people of all ages turned out for the Winter Warmer at the Patch (William Clarke Park) and a very successful event it was too. And what's more, the rain held off until almost the end of the afternnoon's activities!

It was pretty cold though, and so it was good that there were a lot of ways to keep warm - hot punch, hot tea and coffee and home made cakes, a barbecue, and a burning brazier.



Guitar Duo
Guitar Duo
Kicked Off The Afternoon

A long line up of musical performances also kept things lively, though fingering the fretboard with cold hands must have been a bit of a challenge. The performers did at least have a small covered stage which reduced the windchill factor!


Jamjar Lantern Making Tent

Lantern Making in the Tent
Jamjar Lantern Tent

On a dull and dark winter's day, as we approach the winter solstice, the children had the chance to make jamjar lanterns to brighten up the afternoon.





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