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Carols In The Community

Media Release
8 December 2003

Carols In The Community

Take a break before life gets too busy and enjoy Carols in your Community.

They’re a free community get together to celebrate the Christmas spirit. Bring a picnic tea, meet Father Christmas, join the fun of a lollie scramble or just sing a long. Free sausage sizzle provided.

Four locations in the Burwood/Pegasus ward have been chosen and are being run in conjunction with community groups:

Broad Park, Corner Marine Parade and Beach Road, 9 December 5.00 pm

Parkland Reserve, Queenspark Drive, 12 December 6.30 pm

Horseshoe Lake Reserve, New Brighton Road, 14 December, 4.00 pm

Thompson Park, Marine Parade, 17 December, 7.00 pm

For more details call Christchurch City Council Leisure on phone 372 2840


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