|9th Dec 2020 to 10th Dec 2020|
|3.45pm - 7pm|
|Glasgow South Side|
|This is a free event|
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Welcome to Govan Christmas Window Wanderland!
Christmas 2020 is going to be very different from any we’ve ever known; Govan Loves Christmas with its fireworks, rides, live music and more cannot happen under the current restrictions. But that doesn’t mean nothing is happening!
We want to build on the success of February’ s amazing Window Wanderland event and create a magical Christmas Window trail around Govan on Wednesday 9th of December. Alongside this, a lights show will project fireworks on a loop onto Govan Old Church and Govan & Linthouse Parish Church. The central Govan Christmas tree will also be lit on the night.
All residents, local businesses, local community groups, organisations and schools and nurseries are invited to make a fun/simple window display themed on ‘Christmas in Govan’.
Brightly coloured tissue paper and shadow designs on black paper can be attached to windows with translucent paper backing. The paper takes on a magical feel when illuminated by inside lights. 3d displays can also be lit with fairy lights or lamps.
We will be running online workshops and posting videos to help guide and inspire your windows.
We’ll also have craft pack collection points for all families to safely collect materials and get involved.
What to do next:
Visit www.windowwanderland.com and click Take Part, to add your location to our map.
You’ll get a ‘Welcome Pack’ when you sign in and access to lots of inspiration for windows too.
Tell your friends and neighbours and ask them to get involved!
Need more information? Contact us at Govanwindowwanderland@gmail.com.
While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for Govan Christmas Window Wanderland are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment. All information (whether in text or photographs) is given in good faith but should not be relied upon as being a statement of representation or fact.
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