Sadly, not enough people have expressed interest in attending the ceilidh to make it a worthwhile event, and because of that, and the seemingly worsening covid situation, we have regretfully decided to cancel it.
I would be interested to hear from people who have attended previous ceilidhs as to why they were not interested in this one, and whether they might be interested in future.
The Brigsteer Village Band will be playing Christmas music on Saturday 18th December from 1.30 p.m. onwards in front of the Village Hall with community carol singing from 2.00 p.m.
The band will be playing Christmas music before and after the carol singing, including some pieces new for the band – the Normandy carol ‘When wise men came seeking’, the Boys’ carol (dating from 1582 - ‘Sing aloud on this day’) and a French traditional carol ‘Il est né’.
As well as the carol singing, mince pies and glühwein (or a non-alcoholic drink) will be served. We will cover the cost of this with a collection and all surplus funds will go this year to the MacMillan Cancer Support charity.
Due to the public health emergency, the whole event will be outdoors, nonetheless we trust you will keep a modest distance apart whilst singing. We would also like you to bring your own mug or glass if you can.
With Season’s Greetings from the Brigsteer Village Band
Dear all, we have had greetings cards made picturing the wall hanging in the village hall.
There are two slightly different designs, both blank inside. Size is 14.5 x 10.5 cm with envelopes.
They are for sale individually at £2.50 or five cards for £10. They could be used as Christmas cards.
If you would like to buy, message me on
07849 916167 & we can sort out delivery & payment.
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