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Peasedown St John villagers preparing to hold their fourth Christmas in the Park

By Somerset Guardian  |  Posted: December 05, 2013

Members of the Christmas in the Park team with sponsors Bath Audi and B&NES Council. Left to right: Sarah Moore, Paul Doick (Bath Audi), Mike Auton, Jo Davis, Andy Larcombe, Karen Walker, Sarah Bevan (B&NES Council) and Nathan Hartley (front)

Members of the Christmas in the Park team with sponsors Bath Audi and B&NES Council. Left to right: Sarah Moore, Paul Doick (Bath Audi), Mike Auton, Jo Davis, Andy Larcombe, Karen Walker, Sarah Bevan (B&NES Council) and Nathan Hartley (front)

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Villagers in Peasedown St John are gearing up for their Christmas festival

The Beacon Hall will host the village's fourth Christmas in the Park on December 19.

Organised by members of the summer Party in the Park festival team, the event will feature live music and carols from the 20-piece Bath Spa Brass Band, hot food and drink, a visit from Father Christmas, and a performance of the Nativity story organised and led by Peasedown St John Methodist Church.

Peasedown community activist and parish councillor Jo Davis, who is one of the organisers, said: "Our event last year attracted almost 300 people. It was a great evening for the whole family which we hope to recreate again this year.

"We're creating a magical feel."

The festivities are being sponsored by Bath and North East Somerset Council, Bath Audi, which is based at the Bath Business Park, and Lilley's Cider Barn.

Bath Audi head of business Julian Drew said he was delighted to be supporting the event by sponsoring the Santa's grotto.

"Bath Audi is always pleased to support family events like this. As a part of the Peasedown St John community, we are keen to take part."

The event runs from 7pm to 9pm.

Event-goers are asked to wrap up warm and bring a torch. Children are invited to come along dressed as a shepherd or angel.

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