‘Light up the Night’ in Kloof

2015-12-15 06:00
The ‘Light up the Night’ spectacular at the gardens of CC&A.

The ‘Light up the Night’ spectacular at the gardens of CC&A.

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KEEP Kloof Beautiful (KKBA), in conjunction with CC&A Insurance Brokers, will once again be bringing back the Christmas cheer to the neighbourhood with their “Light up the night” spectacular from the 16 to 20 December at 1 Old Main Road Kloof.

Sandra Wickee from KKBA, said the organisation has always admired the festive cheer by CC&A Insurance Brokers by decorating tits building annually during the festive period.

However for 2015, KKBA approached CC&A once again and they decided to join forces to make 2015 festivities bigger and better.

“This year there will be a Christmas in the park atmosphere at CC&A Insurance Brokers, as the gardens will be decked out in beautiful Christmas Lights, with a father Christmas to entertain they little ones,” said Wickee.

In addition, there will be a jumping castle, live music and face painting available, free of charge.

“The entrance to this Light up the Night spectacular is free, however we will have a donation box at the entrance for anyone who wants to drop a few rand in,” she said.

“All donations will be used by the KKBA to maintain the sterling work that we are doing in the community.”

Wickee urged residents to treat the family to an evening of old school Christmas cheer at CC&A.

“Bring a picnic basket, have a drink and relax with the children. Let’s make this an event to remember.”

The event runs from 16 to 20 December at 1 Old Main Road Kloof from 6.30pm to 8pm.

For more information contact Wickee on 031 764 1830.

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