Little Bytham Childrens Christmas Party


Christmas Party 2012 (from Glenside News December 2011 : 09/12/11 : MG)

Looking ahead to the Festive Season, the children’s party is open to all children aged 0 to 11 in the Little Bytham, Creeton and Careby (with Aunby and Holywell) areas.  This years party takes place in Little Bytham Village Hall on Saturday 17 December.  As we need to know numbers, please register your child or children at the No.10 Store (plus a food donation).  Emma Jones and her helpers ill ensure a fun filled afternoon, with Father Christmas interrupting his busy schedule to drop in.

Any queries plase contact Emma Jones on 410678

Carol Singing (from Glenside News December 2011 : 09/12/11 : MG)

We shall be singing carols aound the village on Friday 16 December 2011, starting at the village hall at 6pm.  Please come along, young people especially welcome, and join us for micne pies and a glass of mulled wine in the village hall for the finale to our evening.  All the money collected will go to the Children’s Christmas Party.

Christmas Party – Sign-Up (from Glenside News December 2010 : 03/04/11 : MG)

This free party is open to children of primary school age and under, living in Little Bytham, Careby, Creeton, and Counthorpe.  Please add your child/children’s names to the list which will be in Mrs Bee’s shop from Saturday 13 November until Thursday 9 December 2010. There will also be a list for a food contribution towards the party.

The party is on Saturday 18 December 2010 from 3pm to 5pm in Little Bytham Village Hall and Santa will be visiting with a present for each child.  If you require further details, please ring Emma on 01780 410678 or Jo on  01780 410828.

Carol Singing (from Glenside News December 2010 : 04/04/11 : MG)

This really is a super evening, last year it was made even more so by about 4 inches of snow coating everything and making Little Bytham look like a scene from a Christmas card. If you would like to join us, we will be meeting in the Village Hall at 6.00pm, it is a case of singing carols around the village for about an hour, then back to the Village Hall for hot mulled wine and mince pies.  This is a wonderful start to Christmas, and all money raised pays for the Childrens Christmas Party and presents.

Added : 03/04/11 : MG
Last Updated : 09/12/11 : MG

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