Christmas is Coming at the Barn...
The Barn might currently remain closed to the public, but that's not stopped us getting trimmed up for Christmas!
A big thank you must go to the volunteers who helped us to set up the lights - as we're sure you'll agree from the photos, it was certainly worth the effort.
We're hopeful that some of you may still get to see our display in person, if we're able to re-open later this month, but some are stil visible from the high street. We're delighted to have been part of the "Christmas in Dronfield" group, and it's wonderful to have seen so many places put up decorations and give people a reason to smile after this difficult year.
Our thanks must go to our sponsors for their invaluable financial support in making the display possible this year:
Cards & Gifts Dronfield:
Make sure you visit their store in the Civic Centre, where you'll find a treasure trove of gifts, party accessories, chocolates and other amazing items to add to any occasion. Balloons, plush toys, table decorations, hen party items are all available, whilst newspapers and magazines can also be purchased. The shop is open from 8am-5:30 on Monday-Saturday and 8am-2pm on Sundays.
Wm Lee Ltd:
William Lee has existed as an iron foundry for over 100 years and spent the majority of its time on Callywhite Lane. It has deep history since it began in 1860 as a family business at Montrose Works, Sheffield, before moving to its current location on Callywhite Lane in 1901. Today William Lee is one of the largest foundries left in the UK, and produces parts for just about every truck manufacturer - including Scania, Volvo and Daimler.
North East Derbyshire District Council:
We are grateful for the support provided by NEDDC through their programme of Community Action Grants.
Winter Newsletter - Available Now!
The final newsletter of 2020 is available now - click the front page above, or the button below, to download the issue as a PDF. Included inside this edition are all the usual features, plus the story of our final wedding before lockdown was introduced back in November, news of our Christmas light display for this year, suggestions of Christmas gift ideas, and more.