14 December 2016 Christmas Spirit Celebrated at Brelsford Park

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14 December 2016 Christmas Spirit Celebrated at Brelsford Park

Coffs Harbour businesses and volunteers have once again partnered with Coffs Harbour City Council to host the 2016 Coffs Coast Carols and fireworks at Brelsford Park on Saturday December 17, 2016 from 6.30pm.

Coffs Coast Carols features world-class Carols performances by the Lifehouse music team and special guests, as well as children’s entertainment by The Toads and the highlight of the night – a breathtaking fireworks display.

This free community event would not be possible without the generous support of Lifehouse Church, C.ex Group, local businesses and the Coffs City Centre Masterplan Committee and the many people who volunteer and perform to create a wonderful night of entertainment.

Plenty of food will be available on site, or you can bring a picnic rug and your own picnic hamper, though keep in mind that Coffs Coast Carols is an alcohol-free event and glass is not permitted on the grounds, so please prepare accordingly.

Children’s rides are available from 5pm for those that want to arrive early.

Mayor Cr Denise Knight said that crowds of more than 6,000 people attended the event last year.

“Coffs Coast Carols is the perfect time to stop, reflect and celebrate the spirit of Christmas and the festive season with family, friends and visitors.

The community really enjoyed the great entertainment and spectacular fireworks display last year and I’m looking forward to seeing everyone come along to support this event again.” she said.

Accessible parking for the disabled is available at Brelsford Park and there is ample parking throughout the Coffs City Centre for the general public.

Sunday December 18 has been set aside as a wet weather alternative.