Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Away in a manger

picture of Christmas manger and crib, King Street, South Shields


Every year the lads from Northumbria Fire and Rescue Service (South Shields Station) build a replica of the nativity scene, featuring Mary and Joseph and the baby Jesus. They use it raise money for local charities to ensure that the less fortunate can enjoy a comfortable Christmas. They always display the nativity scene in King Street where many shoppers can remind themselves of the true message of Christmas.


thats the meaning of the Christmas...

and i like the the figure of Mary in the photo.
A very nice looking crib
Do hope that lots of money will be raised to help those in need.
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Born in 1956, I'm a retailer, father and husband, with two young children a son born in 1997 and a daughter in 2001. I am also a former borough Councillor who has had his passion for people and politics reawakened recently.