Alzheimers Dementia Support’s annual 5km ‘FUN’draiser around Dorney Lake.
Kick off the Christmas period with the Christmas lights switch on. The event will be held on Saturday 18 November in the town square, McKenzie Square and High Street.
Christmas carol singing will be return to Colnbrook again next month, the Colnbrook Residents’ Association has announced. The event will take place at the Village Clock on Friday, 15th December.
No more rip-off fees for Christmas Trees, parish councillor Mick Kinane has decided. This year’s trees are already sorted, and the cost will be borne by local businesses.
The annual Christmas Sing-along will be held on Friday, 16th December at 7pm, outside Ye Olde George. The event will… Read More »
You may not have bought your Christmas presents yet but Slough Council is already preparing to collect your Christmas Tree.
The Colnbrook Residents’ Association is reminding residents that its Community Carol Singing will take place again this year. The annual event will take place at the Christmas tree outside Ye Olde George this coming Friday, 16th December.
Local Christmas festivities kick off this weekend with a reindeer procession in Eton on Thursday, Christmas Craft Fair in Horton on Friday and a Santa Fun Run in Staines on Saturday. But there’s plenty coming up in Colnbrook and other neighbourhoods in the run up to the big man’s visit next month. Here’s our round-up of what’s happening when.
The annual Colnbrook Christmas Carol Sing-along will return on Friday, 16th December at 7pm. Hot minced pies and mulled win will be served, along with tea, coffee and squash. The Colnbrook Residents’ Association, along with CAST and the CCP, will be hosting the event which will move to St Thomas Church if the weather turns bad.
Colnbrook Scout Group has been chosen by Waitrose in Staines to be a community project for this month, which gives it an opportunity to benefit from a share of £1,000.
Slough Council has announced the date for its Christmas lights switch on will be Saturday 26 November in the Town Square.
Aiming for a chavtastic lights extravaganza to highlight the class struggle this year? Or do you prefer something a little lower key and middle class when it comes to your festive lights? Following a recent “academic” report on the true meaning of Christmas lights we’ve taken to the mean streets of Colnbrook to find out where the best … and the worst … illuminations are to be found in the parish this Christmas.