Published Monday, 24 November 2014
A special tour of Hinckley town centre is taking place next week to provide elderly and disabled people with the opportunity to see the Christmas lights and really get into the festive spirit.
Castle Street will be opened to traffic from 6pm to 7.30pm on Wednesday 3 December so that friends and relatives can drive the elderly or disabled person down the street at their leisure.
Hot drinks, mince pies, festive music and a visit from Santa will round-off the evening afterwards in the United Reformed Church on Regent Street.
No booking is required, anyone who wishes to take part is asked to go to the top of Castle Street on the night where there will be a member of staff to assist.
Sherrilee Fahey, Events and Town Centre Co-ordinator for the Borough Council said:
“We are grateful this year for donations from Hinckley Ambion Rotary, Regent Quarter, The Concordia Theatre and The URC that have made the evening possible.”
- For more information contact Sherrilee Fahey, Events and Town Centre Co-ordinator, on 01455 255893
Last updated: 24/11/2014 16:37
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