Our final window, as Santa heads off on his sleigh at 21 Glanhafan. Off to bed early now… Thank you everyone who participated with their windows. What a wonderful sight they’ve been!
The only window to get 2 blog posts, but we couldn’t resist showing you what happens when Santa and his favourite reindeer get started on the bubbly a little too early! Hope they get an early night – they’ve a busy night tomorrow…
When we said ‘living’, we didn’t think that people would take it that literally! Head down to Bryn Y Môr to see Santa and his favourite reindeer in residence in the window.
Pen Dinas on St Brides View brings the whole house alive with a light display – here’s the window.
Nadolig Llawen from Tŷ Sol Vo, St Brides View.
Spot the snowman at the Royal George pub!
A forest on a starry night, up on high the Old School House, 4 Pen Yr Aber.
A lovely display of flowers (from St Davids Flowers no less!) at Walmer House, 2 Portland Square.
A beautiful rocking horse and snowflakes at 8 Portland Square.
Tinsel and a tree at The Durham, Pen Yr Aber.
Lovely article in the Western Telegraph about our advent calendar windows. https://www.westerntelegraph.co.uk/news/18097304.solva-cares-sparkling-solva-project-turns-village-living-advent-calender/
Friday Club is not back until 3 January. Here is one of the photos from last week’s Christmas special!
A festive menagerie at Bryn Teg, 3 St Brides View.
Santa had better stop here!
Nautical escapades at Cartrefle, 7 High Street.
Santa’s on his way at River Cottage, 4 New Street.
A winter wonderland at 2 Chapel Lane.
A serene scene at the Landings, Maes Y Forwen.
A heavenly host at Pen Rhyn, St Brides View.
A lovely nativity scene at Tŷ Twt, Whitchurch Road.