Torchlight procession - on Saturday December 17th from 4.00 - 6.00pm

Come and join us on Saturday December 17th from 4.00 - 6.00pm

Arranged by Broomfield Methodist church and St Mary's there will be a torchlight procession to celebrate Christmas this year for the first time. Although organised by the two churches, it will be a secular event ending at the Village Hall, were there will be traditional Christmas celebration and festive refreshments.

Procession begins 4pm at Parsonage Green, School Lane where you can purchase your family torch/glow stick pack at a cost of £5 for a torch & 2 glow sticks (Please come early as there is a limited number available)

This is sure to be a great way of getting every one in our community into the true spirit of Christmas!

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