We had some great entertainment and activities on offer for the 2016 event, we hope you enjoyed it!
Santa will be available in his Grotto on the High Street at these times:
11:00 – 13:30
– Half an hour break to check on Rudolph and the crew –
14:00 – 16:30
|11:15||Redbourn Folk Club play a full repertoire of folk||Cumberland Gardens|
|12:00||Harpenden Concert Band Brass Section play festive tunes||High Street|
|12:45||Wicket Brood – a modern twist on Morris Dancing||High Street|
|13.30||Harpenden Concert Band||High Street|
|14:00||Village Voices singing Christmas songs and popular music||Cumberland Hardens|
|14:15||Wicket Brood||High Street|
|15:00||Redbourn Jazz Band play traditional New Orleans Jazz from the 1920’s||Cumberland Gardens|
|15:45||Redbourn Junior School sing carols||Cumberland Gardens|
|16:05||Raffle prize draw||Cumberland Gardens|
|16:15||The big lights switch on||Cumberland Gardens|
|16:20||Katie’s Jumping Fleas play an eclectic mix of hit songs on the ukulele, including Christmas favourites (think Slade, Wizard…)||Cumberland Gardens|
Our local fire crew will also be making an appearance at the north end of the High Street – listen out for the sirens!
Activities for children will be available in the village hall including face painting (Wow Faces), making reindeer food (Brownies) and craft (Redbourn House Nursery). Christchurch in Cumberland Gardens also have something exciting planned for the children.
2016 Raffle Prizes
John Lewis Seasonal Sophistication hamper (worth £250)
A Year’s free membership for Redbourn Leisure Centre
Family Panto tickets (Cinderella)
Harpenden Public Hall
Three course dinner for four with bottle of wine
The Prae Wood Arms
4 Gold Tickets to Saracens @ Wembley 8th April 2017
Dinner at the Cricketers
The Cricketers of Redbourn
Hair and beauty package
Atelier of Redbourn
Voucher for The Snow Centre
The Snow centre, Hemel Hempstead
2 luxury Cushions
Hertfordshire Garden Centre
Voucher for Tring Brewery
Sony Smart Band SWR10 activity tracker
The raffle was drawn on Market Day by Tom Pellereau of the BBC’s “The Apprentice” fame. All prizes have now been allocated to the winning recipients.
All proceeds from the raffle go towards event costs and Christmas lights for Cumberland Gardens.