Bramley set for first lantern parade – here’s how you can get involved

St Peter's Church, Bramley. Copyright Michael Woodhead and licensed for reuse under Creative Commons Licence.

Bramley is set to hold its first ever lantern parade – and everyone is being urged to take part in it.

The parade will be held in Bramley on 27 November 2023 – but there’s a special workshop beforehand where people can make their own lanterns to carry on the big day.

Not-for-profit organisation Creative Communities Leeds are encouraging families to come along to the special lantern-making session at St Peter’s Church in Bramley on Wednesday, 1 November 2023 (1-3pm).

Organiser Julie Botham said: “There will be a lovely lunch provided at this session and we welcome you join us. This community event Lantern Parade and all workshops are kindly funded by Leeds,City Coucil Community committee. Your lanterns will be made as much as possible from recycled and natural materials.”

More details on the lantern-making workshop can be found here.

The parade itself on Monday, 27 November coincides with Bramley lights switch on and will start in the park at 5.30pm and then walk together along Town Street to Bramley centre. All welcome.

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