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Looking for ideas for Xmas Breathe Easy celebrstion


Hi everyone,

The Christmas season is here once again. I don’t know about you, but I always find it hard to get into the spirit of things, but this year I’ve decided to organise a celebration for our Breathe Easy Group.

I was just wondering if anyone has any good ideas.

I have someone who is going to make us a cake and some mince pies and we’re planning to hold a bumper raffle, have some music and perhaps a few games.

I want to make it fun.

What do all the other groups do?

All suggestions are most welcome.

Wishing everyone has a relaxed and happy Christmas.

Love K

6 Replies

Hi K, I have been arranging our Breathe Easy Christmas Lunch for Next Tuesday the 27th. Although we are not a Big Group, we have 23 from our Exercise Group who will be there to raise Christmas Merriment. We go to the same Venue each Xmas, to stay Loyal to The Pub, as they have been Loyal to our Breathe easy Group for the Last 3 Years . I have put together a Basket of Ladies Beauty Products for our Raffle, a Colleague is making his contribution with Party bags of Wine & Goodies. Others will donate items from Home. We have not asked any one to "Spend" Money, if everyone looks hard, there is always "Things" at home which can be presented With a Nice Christmas Bow. All the Raffle donations will go to BLF along with the Monies raised when My Hubby had his Hair shaved off, we raised £500. Good Luck K, Hope this Response helps you. Love n Hugs. Carolina . Breathe Easy, Bulwell, Nottingham.xxxxx

My singing for lung health group is appearing at our local Breathe Easy group next week to encourage everyone to sing some carols. Then in December we all go for a Christmas meal at a local restaurant.

flicky1 in reply to Ergendl

We had our Xmas party this week as we don't meet in December. The sing along carols got everyone involved in the fun. We finished with old lang syne.

We had our Breatheasy Christmas party on Tuesday as we don't meet in December. We had a lovely buffet - people put their names down last time to donate - and an excellent raffle and we had our singing teacher there to lead the carols. The singing group entertained us with some songs they had been learning and we all had a lovely social time. It really got me in the festive spirit! We even had a flurry of snow on the way home. xx Moy

What a wonderful idea and your group are very lucky to have you on board.

Good luck with your planning. Whatever you do I am sure it will be really appreciated.

We get members to bring food people always amaze me with thear genarosity. We book a singer and have a party. Along with the ever popular festive raffel and a table top decoration comp. We always get a good turn out. Maybe some party games could be added we just need to find something simple for about 50 to 70 people any sugestions welcome 🎅🤶

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