#Christmas

Kids enjoy lantern workshops ready for Christmas parade

Youngsters enjoyed a series of free drop-in workshops during half-term, where they made special lanterns to carry in this year’s Christmas Lantern Parade in Tamworth.
The parade of children walking through the Castle Grounds carrying glow stick lanterns is a key part of the town’s annual Christmas Lights Festival and will make its way to St Editha’s Square in time for the switching on of the lights on Sunday, November 25.
All children across the town have been invited to take part in the parade and help launch the festive season in style.

Christmas cheer arriving to St Editha’s as Tamworth Voices and Tamworth Wind Band join together

Tamworth Assembly Rooms continue ‘on tour’ this season as annual favourites Tamworth Voices will perform on Saturday December 2 at St Editha’s Church, as part of Tamworth Assembly Rooms on Tour.
 
This popular Christmas concert will be extra special this year as Tamworth Voices will be performing for the first time with Tamworth Wind Band in this festive Christmas performance.

The event proceeds will be split between Macmillan Cancer Support and St Editha’s Church.

Tamworth’s festive season to get underway this Sunday

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Tamworth’s festive season officially gets underway this weekend with a jam-packed programme of yuletide celebrations and the switching on of the town’s Christmas lights.

The countdown to Christmas will begin on Sunday November 20, with an afternoon of fun for the whole family in Tamworth town centre, designed to launch the festive season in style.

Cracking Christmas lights switch-on to launch festive season

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Save the date – Tamworth’s festive season officially gets underway in a month’s time with another cracker of a Christmas lights switch-on event on Sunday 20 November 2016.

The countdown to Christmas will be launched in style with a jam-packed afternoon of festive fun for the whole family in Tamworth town centre, ahead of the main event in St Editha’s Square at 5pm, when the town will be bathed in Christmas cheer.