Monday, 16 November 2009

Season's Greetings

I was about to declare that the Christmas lights have gone up in Worcester Park, but that would be technically incorrect seeing that, as a cost saving measure, they stay up all year round.

So we shall instead celebrate that the Christmas lights have been switched on - there was no ceremony, no JLS and no crowd surges, but they are on nonetheless (and let us not forget that until recently Worcester Park completely lacked festive illuminations).

The main event of Christmas in Worcester Park is the Worcester Park Traders' Association Christmas Late Night, when Central Road comes alive for a great evening of fun, entertainment and shopping.

This year the event is taking place a few weeks later than normal on Friday 11th December 2009 from 6pm to 9pm.

The evening is always popular with all ages, and you can expect this year's event to be bigger and better than ever before with bands, refreshments, competitions, rides and, most importantly of all, late night shopping in your favourite Worcester Park establishments.

More details are to follow, but in the meantime be sure to put the date in your diaries or follow the event via Facebook.

2 COMMENTS (Add Yours Now!):

Rapool Bashir said...

Every year in Leyfield (adjacent to Manor Drive)there is a fantastic display of Christmas lights on most of the houses, the kids love it and its closer than Lower Malden Lane. The lights are on normally up on the first Friday or Saturday of December, my kids make me drive down this road all the time in December.

Andrew said...

Whatever happened to the wonderful, colourful Santas and snowmen we used to have on the lampposts every year in the 80s and 90s. They were the best, where the current lights are cold and boring.

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