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Christmas Celebrations begin on 30th November 2018

Christmas Celebrations begin on 30th November 2018

Posted: Wed, 14 Nov 2018 14:15 by Jo Mitchell

Christmas celebrations will begin in Dronfield on Friday 30th November with the annual Christmas Lights Switch-on at 7pm in the Library Gardens.

Children from William Levick Primary School will be singing some festive songs and everyone is invited to join in with the carol singing. This year the Dronfield Genquip Brass Band will be providing the music. There will also be a collection which will be split between the school and the Town Mayor's Charity Fund. More »

The following weekend on Saturday 8th December the annual Christmas Fest will take place in the Civic Hall and Library Gardens between 10am and 4pm. There will be seasonal refreshments, free craft activities and Santa's Grotto, plus stalls from many local groups and organisations.

To coincide with this the Dronfield Parish Church will also be hosting a Christmas Tree Festival from 30th November to 9th December, where they are hoping to have 200 trees decorated by local groups, schools, shops and businesses. So there's lots to look forward to this Christmas in Dronfield.

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Thousands turn out to Remember

Thousands turn out to Remember

Posted: Mon, 12 Nov 2018 16:29 by Jo Mitchell

Thousands of local Dronfield residents turned out to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War. Yesterday, Sunday 11th November, the annual Remembrance Day Parade took place in the morning, where a number of local groups laid wreaths around the War Memorial located in the Manor Library Gardens. More »

In the evening the Beacon in Sindelfingen Park was lit along with 1,200 other beacons across the country. Church and handbells also rang out to commemorate the ending of the First World War. Both events were extremely well supported by members of the public. » Less

Remembrance Day Commemorations - Sunday 11th November

Remembrance Day Commemorations - Sunday 11th November

Posted: Thu, 08 Nov 2018 12:38 by Jo Mitchell

This weekend, Sunday 11th November commemorates one hundred years since the end of the First World War. To mark this historic event there will be two events taking place in Dronfield.

Remembrance Day Parade More »

The annual Remembrance Day Parade and Service will take place at the War Memorial in the Gardens outside Dronfield Library. Members of the public are invited to attend or follow the parade, which will begin on School Lane at 10:35am.

Hymns will then be sung at the War Memorial before the Last Post and a two minutes silence at 11am. The naming of the war dead will be read out before local groups and organisations lay wreaths at the base of the Memorial. This will be followed by further hymns and prayers before the parade makes it's way back down High Street to School Lane.

Please note: that there will be road closures in place on High Street, Church Street, Lea Road and School Lane to enable the parade to take place.

The Lighting of the Beacon

As part of the national commemorations 'Battle's Over - A Nations Tribute' there will also be an event in Sindelfingen Park which will begin at 6:30pm with an introductions and welcome from Rev Peter Bold and Town Mayor, Cllr Philip Wright.

At 7:00pm Beacons of Light across the country, including the Beacon in Sindelfingen Park, will be lit - symbolising an end to the darkness of war and a return to the light of peace.

At 7:05pm churches across the country, including Dronfield Parish Church, will ring out their bells across the nation, and beyond, in celebration of Peace. At Sindelfingen Park the Dronfield Handbell Ringers will also be ringing out their bells as part of the commemorations.

Following the ringing of the bells Sheffield Concert Band will play songs from the First World War until the event finishes at 7:30pm.

Local groups and organisations have been invited to send a representative to the events and members of the public are also welcome to attend.

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