As winter and Christmas approaches, and with the temperatures dropping in “sunny old England,” it’s crucial to prioritise our well-being. Therefore, I have jotted down some tips and tricks to ensure everyone can stay happy and healthy during the chilly seasons to come. Before we get into that, I have some details just below on the festive happenings around Woodford Halse during the Christmas holidays.
What Is Happening Around Woodford Halse For Christmas?
For starters, there is the Christmas Tractor Run! A festive fairy-light fleet of tractors will take to the roads to spread the Christmas cheer and to raise money for the Katharine House Hospice charity. This festive event will be held on Saturday 16th of December, so save the date! You can find a bit more information here: www.rcbaker.co.uk/tractorrun
The library is excited about celebrating the festive season with all of you. Throughout December, they’ll be offering Christmas crafting for children at the library’s craft table, so feel free to drop by whenever you like.
Explore their collection of Christmas books currently showcased. Step inside and find inspiration for festive food, or simply pick up a Christmas-themed book for a peaceful moment of escape. Keep an eye on the library’s Facebook page for details as the dates approach: facebook.com/WoodfordHalseLibrary
Our community is growing, and the library is thrilled to welcome new faces to their Rhyme Time sessions every Tuesday afternoon from 14:30 pm to 15:00 pm during term time. It’s a fantastic opportunity to connect with others and have some fun singing and dancing with your little ones.
How Can We Stay Happy and Healthy In the Colder Months?
By following these tips and tricks, you can stay warm, happy, and healthy during these colder months, embrace the cosiness of winter, and make the most of the season!
A Thank You From Me
I wanted to take a moment to express my gratitude to any of you who took the time to read my blog. Your support means the world to me, and I am genuinely thankful for the opportunity to share my thoughts, ideas, and experiences with you. I look forward to continuing to provide useful content for you all, if any advice is needed for your property in the winter months to come, please don’t hesitate to give us a call.
Once again, thank you for being a part of this journey with me.
Credit to Peter Paynton for the wonderful winter photos of Woodford!