Dunsborough Lions Park to come to life with Christmas magic for Carols In The Park 2021

Breanna RedheadBusselton Dunsborough Times
Mother and son, Kirsty and Seb Fairclough, 10.
Camera IconMother and son, Kirsty and Seb Fairclough, 10. Credit: Breanna Redhead/BDT

An all new sponsorship will see the Dunsborough Lions Park deck the halls next week with Carols in the Park to celebrate the holiday season.

Private Properties is joining forces with the Dunsborough and Districts Progress Association on December 17 to give the community a Christmas they will never forget.

Amanda Sinclair, Jacqui Happ, Janine Pittaway, Seb fairclough, Kirsty Fairclough and Alison Butler
Camera IconAmanda Sinclair, Jacqui Happ, Janine Pittaway, Seb fairclough, Kirsty Fairclough and Alison Butler Credit: Breanna Redhead/BDT

“We’re grateful for the sponsorship that Private Properties has provided this year,” she said.

“It’s the first time we’ve had a private sponsor and it came out of the blue and it means our professional musicians can get paid rather than volunteering their services.

“We’re fortunate to have amazing musicians and singers to lead our carols each year and such terrific community support.”

Commencing from 6.45pm carols will be led by local talent including Lisa Knight and Susan Seacrest, with music from Sean Lillico, Paul McDaniel and Kevin McDonald.

Guests are encouraged to arrive early to set up their own picnic, or support the Lions Club sausage sizzle. Donations are also welcome by cash or card.

Ms Happ is looking forward to sharing the holiday joy with local families.

“So many locals come along to Carols in the Park and it’s really nice to gather and catch up with friends, have a bit of a sing and enjoy the community spirit before the busy tourist season really kicks in,” she said.

Private Properties managing director David Moyes said the company is excited to be giving back to the community.

“We are very proud to be supporting this year’s Carols in the Park in Dunsborough and look forward to joining our community to celebrate Christmas, in what’s been a challenging year for many,” he said.

“The Dunsborough Progress Association does some terrific work in bringing our local community together and we encourage everyone to come along.”

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