Franklin House is hosting its annual Carols and Cake event that will not only warm your heart, but your stomach too.
Carols and Cake will hear the Tamar Valley Voices sing both traditional and Australian Christmas carols. The choir will act like a flash mob this year, dispersing themselves among patrons to sing.
Patrons will also be invited to join in the singing while they partake in the tasty food offered.
House treasurer and fruit mince pie maker Rosemary Anderson said the event will not only raise crucial funds for the running of the house, but will also bring cheer and hope to everyone.
"It's just a lovely time. Everybody comes, they mix, and they really enjoy themselves."
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She said the secret to her perfect pies is the pastry.
House committee chairperson Julie Dineen said it was exciting the event could go ahead.
"Its important to have smaller events like this to have some Christmas spirit back into people before the end of the year."
The event will be held December 13 from 2pm until 4pm. The entry fee is $10.00 per person.
Bookings are essential for catering purposes and can be made via phone on 63447824 or via email at email@example.com.