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Cardiff ‘Christmas – The Story’ is Getting a Makeover!

Do you live in Cardiff and enjoy knitting? We’re calling on local knitters to help us decorate the outside of Tabernacl Church ready for this year’s production of ‘Christmas – The Story’.

Our aim is to have lots of lovely robins bobbing up and down above the railings on the Hayes. If you’d like to help make ‘Christmas – The Story’ look as fabulous as ever, please get in touch – we can provide you with the wool, wadding, eyes and an easy pattern. Please contact Sally by e-mailing sally_humble_jackson@hotmail.co.uk or calling 029 2049 3326.

‘Christmas – The Story’ is a voluntary community arts project, which re-tells the Nativity to school children and members of the public free of charge each December. For more information about the Cardiff production, please click here.

 

 

Another Welsh town joins ‘Christmas – The Story’

‘Christmas – The Story’ is delighted that another town in south Wales has joined the project.

Bridgend is the sixth town to join the voluntary community arts project, which re-tells the Nativity to school children and members of the public free of charge each December.

Statistics show that the Nativity story is being forgotten and is quickly disappearing from our Christmas celebrations. ‘Christmas – The Story’ aims to change this by making the Nativity accessible to everybody.

Bridgend ‘Christmas – The Story’ will be held at the Tabernacl Chapel on Derwen Road between the 9th and the 16th of December (except Sunday). It is being led by the Reverend Robin Samuel.

The project, which was successfully launched in Cardiff in 2010, has since been rolled out in Aberdare, Carmarthen, Port Talbot and Barry. Last year, it was shortlisted for an EPIC award.

For more information about Bridgend ‘Christmas – The Story’, please click here.