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THE an­nual Kingscliff Christ­mas car­ols are on the move, but not too far, and will be held for the first time at Rowan Robinson Park on Tues­day evening.

Or­gan­ised by the Kingscliff Lions Club, the Kingscliff Car­ols by the Coast have been an in­sti­tu­tion in the town for nearly 40 years, bring­ing the com­mu­nity to­gether to cel­e­brate the fes­tive sea­son.

The free car­ols, start­ing at 6.50pm (NSW), will fea­ture more groups this year, and mu­si­cal di­rec­tor Ge­off Dart said the new venue would pro­vide bet­ter view­ing for the crowd and more space on stage for the per­form­ers.

“We will again have a num­ber of school groups, in­clud­ing the Lind­is­farne Angli­can Col­lege, Cudgen Pri­mary, St An­thony’s Kingscliff Pri­mary and Kingscliff High and the Kingscliff Acad­emy of Arts,” he said.

“There will be dance groups and the Melody Mak­ers lead­ing the carol singing and ris­ing star Imo­gen Rain will also be per­form­ing.

“We are ex­cited about per­form­ing in a new area and have our fin­gers crossed for fine weather.”

There will be food and drinks avail­able from 6pm and Santa will be pay­ing a visit at 8pm (NSW).

— Bob An­thony


COME ALL YE FAITH­FUL: Kingscliff Car­ols by the Coast mu­si­cal di­rec­tor Ge­off Dart helps the car­ollers warm up their voices for an­nual event which will be held at Rowan Robinson Park, Kingscliff next Tues­day.

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