Since 2006 we have built an wonderful Christmas Grotto for Redruth Town.  It was built because at the time Redruth had no Christmas lights and no seasonal celebrations unlike other local towns. I think this was a reflection of how depressed and disingaged the town had become at this time of year. Things are changing...

When I was young and grew up in the area one of my Christmas treats was to visit West End Stores, a fabulous old department store in Redruth. I have fantastic memories of going down steps and along a corridors in their Christmas Grotto before finding Father Chrismas; it was fantastic.I now have a child of my own and became fascinated  again by all the questions I wanted to ask the man himself and so....

Redruth now has a fabulous Christmas Grotto. Free for all the Family

  "A magical experience not to be missed! Catch a glimpse of Father Christmas as he prepares for his extraordinary journey around the world- how does he do it?"

This is an oppurtunity to see the great man at work and discover something about his amazing life. bring along your letters and think of a wish for the future to add to our Wishing tree.

Not only, that we also have started a tradition of a wonderful Seasonal procession.  Kate Beasley and myself continue to work in local schools and youth groups.

Look out for the Redruth Events Diary as there is lots going on

 Hope to see you all there

 (This has been made possible by funding and sponsership form Redruth Christmas Events group, Feast ,Redruth Town Council ,Cornwall Council, Krowji, Rotary club, Arts and Graphics, Berrymans the bakers, Cpr regeneration, Jims, Thurstan Hoskin solicitors, Covert Combat. )