Lots of exciting things are happening at Queen Elizabeth Humanities College in Bromyard during the run up to the Christmas holiday. During this week a collection is taking place among staff and students, and if enough money is raised, Assistant Headteacher David Kemp will be working in the school canteen for the day on Thursday 20th December. David said, "The school has supported Acorns in many ways over the years and this is certainly a different way of raising money for them this year."
The year 11 Students are also keen to help Bromyard Gala following the wash out which affected the event in the summer, and will be holding a door to door collection on Friday 14th and Saturday 15th December with Father Christmas helping them in his sleigh before it goes in for a last minute service prior to Christmas Eve.
The Annual Wassail, now in it's seventh year, will be held on the evenings of December 19th and 20th at 7.00pm and will be in the school hall - recently renamed The Jubilee Hall following the refurbishment of the hall and canteen earlier this year. The school choir and soloists will be joining the steel bands for an evening of Christmas entertainment all this year in aid of The Bromyard Christmas Lights Fund. Tickets priced £5 Adults and £4 concessions are available from the school reception. There will be an auction and raffle during the evening as well.