Brent’s got Christmas all wrapped up

With not long to go until ‘The Big Day’, Brent’s Christmas festivities are in full swing.  All across the borough there are events, fairs, activities, concerts and gatherings that are guaranteed to get everyone in the festive mood.

Full details of what’s on are available at www.brent.gov.uk/whatson or by telephoning 020 8937 1106.  But here’s a taste of some of the highlights:

La Noche Latina, Mexican Christmas celebrations

Enjoy delicious Mexican food, listen to the sounds of Argentinean singer Corina Piatti and learn about the traditions of the Pinata at this Latin-American themed celebration.

Thursday 16 December, 6 to 10pm, The Gallery at Willesden Green Library

Mr Wonderful Christmas Ball

Whirl around the dance floor with ballroom and Latin American dance moves and get festive enjoying a sparkling dance cabaret.

Monday 20 December, 7.30 to 11.30pm, Paul Daisley Hall, Brent Town Hall

Club Ceroc Wembley Christmas Party

Be merry and learn modern jive and salsa-partner dancing in this social and friendly party.

Tuesday 21 December, 8 to 11pm, Paul Daisley Hall, Brent Town Hall

Create your own Christmas Tree decorations

Sunday 11 to Wednesday 22 December (various times and libraries, details can be found at www.brent.gov.uk/whatson )

Carol singing

Sunday 12 to Saturday 25 December (various time and locations around the borough, details can be found at www.brent.gov.uk/whatson )

Lead Member for Environment, Planning and Culture, Cllr. James Powney says;

“The variety and amount of Christmas events happening across Brent this year is truly amazing.  I think there’s something for everyone and I hope people get out there and enjoy as many as possible over the festive period.”

Aside from the celebrations, it is business as usual for many of the council’s services including Meals on Wheels, emergency planning and the emergency social work team, although Brent’s waste and recycling schedule will alter slightly over the festive period.

Check the December issue of The Brent Magazine or visit www.brent.gov.uk/winter for more details of council services over the Christmas and New Year period.

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