The Chronicle

All are wel­come for a bet­ter view of lights

- Good News

SINCE the Christ­mas lights at Daft as a Brush House were switched on by Mr Len Gib­son BEM and Mrs Anne Daw­son re­cently, the in­ter­est in see­ing the Christ­mas lights, al­beit from the Great North Road, by fam­i­lies with small chil­dren has been im­mense.

Once the char­ity’s of­fices close on an evening and there is no traf­fic move­ment, start­ing in De­cem­ber from 5.30pm to 7.30pm (sub­ject to so­cial dis­tanc­ing rules be­ing ob­served), fam­i­lies that would like to get a bet­ter view and take pho­to­graphs are more than wel­come to wan­der the grounds; there will be two on-site vol­un­teer guides on hand to show peo­ple around and give away fes­tive stick­ers.

Look for­ward to see­ing you and a merry Christ­mas.

Brian Burnie – Founder & Trus­tee, Daft as a Brush

Can­cer Pa­tient Care

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