Community Christmas event taken outside on our farm by local parishes.
To meet the challenge of bringing our community together, and also to stay safe under the clouds of Covid-19, and following on the traditions established at Soulton this year, we hosted our local parishes safely in the landscape for a Christams play.
You can follow the play via this twitter thread:
Today's #nativityunlocked play, a big effort by our community inspired by @NYTofGB's work here in October is highlighted in this thread ðŸ‘‡— Soulton Hall (@SoultonHall) December 19, 2020
Well done all, and #merrychristmas #StaySafe https://t.co/kXh4cOwN4C pic.twitter.com/cdB4iAH3P2
Other highlights are from social media are below, and you can used the hashtag #nativityunlocked to find more.
It was dark, it was wet, a little bit cold and now I’ve sorted the pics it was fun tooðŸ˜Š Much respect to everyone involved #soultonnativity @SoultonHall @DebsRWalton @shrewsmorris @VisitELLESMERE @tannercakes pic.twitter.com/wG3z0lP0d0— Paul Tanner Photo ðŸ“·â˜•ï¸ðŸ‘ðŸŒˆðŸºðŸš´â™‚ï¸ (@ptannerpix) December 20, 2020
Soulton was in tier 2 of local restrictions at the time the event was put on; the Covid-19 risk management in place is discussed here.