Highlights from tonight’s performance
The Red House Museum garden had a lovely Christmassy feel tonight as people gathered to watch the opening of the 9th advent window.
The surprise performer Karl Lattimer had the crowd jigging and singing along to a lively set of Christmas tunes and fun songs such as Show me the way to Amarillo and Driving Home for Christmas.
The Snug in Christchurch brought over some delicious homemade cakes. A real treat!
The charity this evening was the RNLI and David Richmond-Coggan received a cheque from Charlotte Rogers from BNI Dorset their kind sponsors. A thoroughly enjoyable evening.
Tonight’s charity – all funds raised go to:
Christchurch and Bournemouth RNLI
Christchurch and Bournemouth RNLI: raising funds for the training and equipment of the RNLI Lifeguards on the beautiful beaches around our bay. There have been lifeguards on Bournemouth beaches since 1965; they have been recruited, managed, trained and equipped by the RNLI for nearly 20 years.
To support them, please go to:
Thanks to the venue:
Red House Museum
The Red House Museum is a welcoming community museum in the heart of Christchurch. Operated by Hampshire Cultural Trust, this charming Georgian building was built as a workhouse in 1764, and is now filled with a rich variety of displays. The museum also has a varied programme of workshops, events and exhibitions, with something for all ages. We also work hard to create opportunities designed to improve the health and wellbeing of local people, including wellness activities and a programme of activities for people with dementia and carers.n our communities.
Thanks to the local sponsor:
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