Christmas spirit at Delph Stables extravaganza

A popular Christmas event at Delph Stables on the canal in Brierley Hill has been a hit once again as hundreds of locals enjoy canalside Christmas spirit.

With the grade II listed historic stable block festively decorated, hot drinks and free craft making on offer inside the stables, a chance for children to visit Santa, Christmas songs performed by Brierley Hill Musical Theatre Company and a finale of singalong Christmas carols led by Albion Street Church, attendees were treated to a “truly Christmassy” community event at the Delph.

The event was hosted by the Canal & River Trust who own the historic stables, Gemma Coley from the Trust said:

“What a wonderful night at the Delph Stables. It really felt like Christmas has arrived.

"It's lovely to see people getting involved and enjoying what we put together with the help of many others. I loved every second and I'm sure many others did too.”

Cllr Adam Davies, who works on the event with Gemma and Trust volunteers, added: “There can't be many places where a community comes together at the canalside to sing Christmas carols, children meet Santa and make Christmas decorations inside a stable block – but ours does and the event just gets better each year. "


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