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Crowds gather for carols
COMMUNITY CAROLS: A large crowd turned out for the free Community Carols on the Green event in St Heliers on Sunday.
SANTA CALLING: Orakei Local Board chairwoman Desley Simpson chats with Santa.
JOINING IN: Orakei Local Board members help Santa with the carol singing. From left, Mark Thomas, Kate Cook, Colin Davis and Kit Parkinson.
PLAY ON: A music group from Glendowie College entertains the crowd.
MERRY CHRISTMAS: The combined choir leads the carol singing.
YOUNG GROOVERS: Students from Churchill Park School put on some toe-tapping entertainment.
UKULELE: A group of young musicians from St Joseph's school.
UP HIGH: Cheerleaders from St Heliers School show off their moves.
ONE VOICE: Students from Glen Taylor school take to the stage.
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It was a beautiful evening for the St Heliers Community Carols on the Green concert at the weekend.
Held on Vellenoweth Green on Tamaki Drive, the event attracted a large crowd and featured performances by local school groups.
The audience joined in the carol singing, which was led by a combined choir and local board members.
Of course Santa made an appearance too.
Free Christmas events continue in St Heliers village throughout the month. Santa will be outside the library on December 15 at 10:30am and there will be free face painting on December 22 at 10:30am.
See stheliers.com for details.
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