Won­ders of wool­lies vi­tal in park film event

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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

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