Community celebrates Christmas in style at Arborfield Green

On Sunday 3rd December 2017, residents from the local community were welcomed into the Arborfield Green Community Centre to enjoy an exciting day filled with Christmas festivities.

The event, which was organised by Crest Nicholson with support from Wokingham Borough Council and Aldershot Garrison, provided the opportunity for local businesses, crafters and schools to join with members of the community and promote their services while celebrating the start of the festive period. Visitors browsed a wide variety of stalls offered as part of the craft fair and small business showcase, enjoyed making Christmas lanterns, and even met Santa Claus.

There were performances from the Military Wives Choir, Coombes School Choir and St Sebastian’s Band who led a lantern procession to Arborfield Green’s Christmas tree where the lights were switched on by the Mayor of Wokingham Borough, Councillor Rob Stanton.
While Crest Nicholson were the main organisers of the event, several additional sponsors helped to make it a success. These were the Royal Electrical Mechanical Engineers Association (REME), Redrow Homes and Westbuild Homes.

Anil Bungar, Senior Development Director for Crest Nicholson said:
“We are very proud to have hosted this Christmas event for both the new and existing community at Arborfield Green. This is the second year we have organised a Christmas event, and the first in which we have worked much more closely with our local partners – with great success. We are developing a calendar of regular events for Arborfield Green and now look forward to an exciting Easter event for local families.”

If you have any ideas about future events and would like to get involved please email
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