Wonders of woollies vital in park film event
MANY people attended the first Christmas openair cinema at King’s Gardens, on December 17 last year, writes Denise Roney.
It was not the best of days weatherwise, so thumbs up to those who donned their winter woollies and came along.
There were refreshments available along with a brilliant hog roast – definitely the place to stand if you wanted a crafty warm!
There was no Friends meeting in December, but we are mulling over various ideas for our events timetable for this New Year. We all had a good Christmas break, as we hope you all did.
The Friends of King’s Gardens also wish you a fabulous 2017 and hope to see you at our forthcoming events/cinemas, etc.
May I give a “plug” to the Southport Swords – our brilliant local Morris Men team – who gave a fantastic performance outside various pubs on Boxing Day - good on you, lads.
I hope Santa has revived now and is busy in his workshop getting all those toys ready for next Christmas.
Volunteers out fundraising for the Friends of King’s Gardens
The tasty hog roast proved very popular