Thursday, 8 July 2010

Happy Christmas Worcester Park!

It is that time of the year when the sun is out and summer holidays are looming - so you'll be forgiven if the Worcester Park Christmas Late Night 2011 isn't quite on your to-do list just yet.

However such events do require a lot of forward planning - last year, there were a lot of very good comments but also more than a few negative ones so this year organiser Terry Dobbs would like to throw it open to not only the traders but also to the wider Worcester Park community.

A lot of blog readers commented that the late night needed more of a community feel to it - so it's time for the local community to step up to the plate and come forward with suggestions for how they can get involved with this year's Christmas Late Night.

Perhaps your community group, charity or organisation would like to have a stall or provide some other kind of attraction or entertainment?

The evening is organised with very limited funds, so most things are volunteered or self-financing and they are not allowed to parade on floats etc. as TFL will not allow the road to be closed, but I'm sure with some imagination and local input we can make this year's event the best ever.

Terry Dobbs told the Worcester Park Blog "I really want this years to be a "community affair" chosen by all, attended by all, arranged by as many as is possible"

So it's over to you - if you'd like to get involved, contact Terry at One Stop Party Shop.