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Latest News - December 2015

Families flock to popular Queen’s Park Carols

  • Written by  Ian Anderson

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A picture perfect summer evening saw over 10,000 pack Queen’s Park for the 2015 4GR Mayoral Carols by Candlelight. 

Under a clear sky, families flocked to Queen’s Park, making the most of the rides, food, entertainment and Christmas cheer.

One of the biggest events on the Toowoomba calendar each year, thousands sang and danced to the traditional carols, as well as some modern favourites, that were sung, drummed, bag-piped and even signed by a collection of local, home-grown performers.

Wilsonton State School students sang ‘Little Drummer Boy’ with sign language along with Golden Guitar winner Brendon Walmsley and a band of drummers and even a bag-pipe player.

Special mention was given to Evan Shelton, worship leader at Rangeville Community Church, for faithfully directing and leading the music for the 10th year running.

 

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