Shhh! A little elf told us that Father Christmas hims-elf might be visiting The Woodlands Estate just before Christmas! Sunday 19th December is the date and shortly after sundown.
Please do bring the little ones along to say hello to Santa – he’ll have a small gift for them too, if they’ve been good, mind! Just £2 per child. Please book using the PayPal form.
Access is via the WERFA Park (across the grass). All children must be accompanied by at least one responsible adult.
Father Christmas will be delivering on the Woodlands Estate as usual on Christmas Eve. As usual we are asking parents to provide a small present themselves and there will also be a small charge of £2 per present delivered to help Father Christmas maintain his sleigh. The presents should be wrapped and clearly marked with the child’s name and address, and delivered to 69 Woodland Gardens with the fee by 23rd December.
“After a string of garden gnome disappearances in London, Gnomeo & Juliet look to legendary detective Sherlock Gnomes to solve the case of their missing friends and family.”
Come and enjoy a great cinematic experience for a fraction of the price and on your doorstep.
(We have it on good authority that the big man himself might show up!)
Sunday 9th December 2018, WERFA Pavilion, Isleworth
Doors open 2pm • Film starts 2.30pm
Festive refreshments on sale pre-screening including homemade popcorn and themed ice-cream!
Children must be accompanied by an adult for admission.
Tickets just £3 per person.
Saturday 17th was a great evening with the Papa George Band. We were treated to a stunning first set of classic blues numbers. Kicking off with their great version of Taj Mahal’s ‘Strut’, we were completely mesmerized by the supreme musical skills of Papa George on lead guitar and vocals and Pete and Tom providing terrific back up on bass and drums.
Following a short break for a tasty meal of chilli, baked spuds and slaw their second blues set, if anything surpassed their first. Stevie Wonder’s ‘Superstition and ‘I Wish’, ZZ Topp’s ‘Nasty Dogs and Funky Kings’ being just some of the fabulous numbers we were treated to.
A wonderful show, helped along by all the usual volunteers providing support and sustenance. Another great WERFA evening to remember: come back soon George! Dick Knox