Brambridge Park Christmas 2016 update:
Below was my original post published on 29th November 2014:
This morning we visited Brambridge Park Garden Centre, which surprised and delighted us.
Two beautiful horses, Joe and Dennis, from Hampshire Riding Therapy Centre, entertained visitors to Brambridge.
The bonus was that you could enjoy a free ride with Joe the horse around Brambridge car park.
We also met members from the Centrestage Productions Youth Theatre, who were singing Christmas Carol at Brambridge.
Christmas Carol by Centrestage Productions Youth Theatre
Members of Centrestage Production Youth Theatre sang beautifully with enthusiasm.
The group was there promoting their new production, The Phantom of the Opera, to be performed at The Point Theatre in Eastleigh from 17th to 21st February 2015.
Talented Magic Ed
A junior magician called Magic Ed performed some magic card trick at the entrance too. My son was rather intrigued.
Magical Ed (Ed Harris) is a member of Centrestage Production Youth Theatre, and I watched his performance in their last production Oliver at The Point theatre. Ed is a college student at Eastleigh College studying Hospitality.
In the Brambridge garden, there was a mini craft fair. Brambridge Park Craft Club had a few stalls there today.
Craft Fair at Brambridge garden
It was delightful to see Sian Hayden’s Rosey Glow Jewellery at Brambridge Park Garden Centre today. I sent my son to Sian’s stall so that he could buy a birthday present for his mother.
Sian will be playing one of the witches in the pantomime. Have a guess, is she playing the good witch or the bad one?
Our brief visit to Brambridge this morning was enjoyable.
My son bought some jewellery, and we also gave some money to the charity.
To embarrass my teenage son, he also had to endure a ride with his mother together, pulled by Joe.
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