If you’re looking for some free fun for children in the run-up to Christmas and a distraction from the pressure of shopping, why not try the Messy Nativity Sheep Trail that runs through Bromley town centre? Using the Sheep Trail leaflet, you can help to find all the different sheep that are hiding in shops throughout the town.
The trail has been organised by St Mary’s Church in conjunction with Bromley Council. All of the participating shops have leaflets available, or you can download one from the Messy Nativity Sheep Trail site.
The Messy Nativity Sheep were hand-knitted by the St Mary’s Mother’s Union. They all used the same pattern, but each sheep has a unique look and they have all been given names.
The leaflet shows you the trail to follow and where all the sheep are located. When you find a sheep, you can write its name down in the leaflet. Once it is completed, include your contact details and post the entry form in the boxes available in participating shops. All of the completed entries will be eligible for a prize draw, which will take place in St Mary’s Church at 12 noon on the Sunday before Christmas after their Nativity service. The prizes for the draw were donated by the local shops that are taking part in the trail.
Have you taken part in the Messy Nativity Sheep Trail yet? Which was your favourite sheep?
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