Have your say in keeping the Christmas lights on in Potters Bar
PUBLISHED: 15:57 09 March 2019
supplied by Lynette Sullivan
Community organisers are asking Potters Bar folk for their input in a meeting to ensure Christmas 2019 sparkles as much as it did last year.
It might seem early, but there’s a lot of fundraising ahead.
The community group Christmas in Potters Bar, headed up by Lynette Sullivan, formed last year after Christmas lights were cut from the Locality Budget for 2017’s festive season.
To add to those woes, the Rotary Club’s famed Christmas sleigh had its motor stolen.
Herculean community efforts were made to ensure that both the sleigh, the lights, and plenty more activities would be there to ring in the winter’s festivals.
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Now Lynette and fellow organisers are getting ready for another year to ensure that this Christmas is as festive as ever.
The organising group Christmas in Potters Bar will hold its first annual general meeting on Wednesday March 13 at 8pm in Elm Court Youth and Community centre.
The group will share their fundraising plans and new developments.
“All the community are welcome,” said Lynette. “We welcome any feedback on the evening where discussion and general chat can be had with the committee after the official briefing.”
Light refreshments will be provided.
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