PUTTING in some practice for the Christmas Eve carols are Renee, Cherie and Jake Clanfield.
PUTTING in some practice for the Christmas Eve carols are Renee, Cherie and Jake Clanfield.

Salvos hosting Christmas Eve carols



ON Christmas Eve, the Banora hills will be alive with the sounds of Christmas when the Salvation Army hosts Christmas Eve carols at The Centre at Banora Point.

The Salvos will be putting on a sausage sizzle from around 6pm (NSW) with the carols due to start from 7pm.

According to the Salvos' Neil Clan- field, the evening will just be "an intimate family affair", very relaxed and a way to celebrate the true meaning of Christmas.

"Families should bring along rugs or chairs to sit on, we'll be supplying carols books free and our own musical group will ensure some familiar tunes will fill the air," Mr Clanfield said.

"We'll also have some lollies for the children, but it won't be a late evening. After all, this is the big night when children should go to bed early because there's going to be a special visitor later."

The free family Christmas Eve carols will be at the Salvation Army Centre located on Woodland Drive Banora Point.



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