Provided by Cromwell Promotions
Oh, the weather outside (was) frightful…
Howling winds and a generous helping of summer rain proved too much for Cromwell’s Christmas spirit this past Sunday, causing the organisers to shift A Very Central Christmas – with Highlands out by a week.
“We had the trees trimmed and the stage decked, but unfortunately the weather decided to be a Grinch,” says Marion Low, Marketing & Communications Manager for Cromwell Promotions.
The event has now been rescheduled for Sunday, 12 December from 3 till 6 at Alpha Street Park.
“All our performers and most of our food trucks have been reconfirmed,” says Tania Partridge, Facilitator for Connect Cromwell. “So far it looks like we’re in for lovely weather, so fingers crossed!”
The event is free to attend, but gold coin donations to help cover the cost of rescheduling the event will be greatly appreciated. In accordance with government rules for events at Orange, all attendees over the age of 12 years and 3 months will be asked to show a valid vaccine passport at the gate.
“We look forward to seeing everyone coming together and enjoying an afternoon of festivities.”