CHRISTMAS CAROLS IN THE PARK
The rain cleared up just in time for the annual Carols by Candlelight at the weekend and the cold weather did not stop families enjoying the event.
Christmas in the Park was followed by the carols, held at the Timber Park on Sunday with lots of free activities and food provided by the community.
Event coordinator Lisa Henderson said she thought hundreds of people showed up over the course of the two events.
“This event was all free thanks to the combined effort of our churches,” she said.
“We had some great volunteers from the church and the rest of the community who have also helped make this event run smoothly.”
There was a sausage sizzle, apples from Newton Orchards, popcorn, the Who Gives a Crepe stall, a bouncy castle, a train ride donated by Lions and more, set up for people to enjoy.
Jody, Shayne and Jasmyn Moore, 3, all of Manjimup.
Lisa, James, Patrick, 5, Marissa, 10, and Imogen Ritchie, 7, all of Manjimup.
Some of the free rides for the children who attended Christmas in the Park on Sunday.
Xavier and Lauren Eon and Audrey Zirnyemva from Who Gives a Crepe, with event coordinator Lisa Henderson.
Machayla, 14, Breeann, 12, Natalee and Adyson Lowe, 7, all of Manjimup.
Jessica and Rochelle Price, both of Manjimup, hand out free apples from Newton Orchards.
Jessica and Charlie Mcneven, 7, both of Manjimup.
Patty Pemberton drives the free tractor ride sponsored by the Lions.
Hayley, 9, Isabel, 11, and Rebecca Flanagan, all of Manjimup.
Jackie and Tahnee Murphy, 3, both of Manjimup.
Simone Warren with Blake French, 8, both of Manjimup.
Kevin Schutz and Doug Potts, both of Manjimup.