Carols in the Vines at Moorebank Vineyard aims to raise $10,000 for Murrurundi farmers

FEELING FESTIVE: Pastor Steve Wood, Debra Moore (with Stella), Pastor Amanda Francis and Truman Burgess-Moore are looking forward to Carols in the Vines at Moorebank Vineyard on November 29. Picture: Krystal Sellars
FEELING FESTIVE: Pastor Steve Wood, Debra Moore (with Stella), Pastor Amanda Francis and Truman Burgess-Moore are looking forward to Carols in the Vines at Moorebank Vineyard on November 29. Picture: Krystal Sellars

Moorebank Vineyard's third annual Carols in the Vines is set to be the biggest yet.

Co-hosted by New Vine Vineyards church and Cessnock Congregational Church at the Palmers Lane vineyard on Friday, November 29, the event aims to raise $10,000 for the drought-stricken town of Murrurundi.

The organisers have partnered with Murrurundi Lions Club and Doing It For Our Farmers to distribute the funds to families, businesses and farms in need.

A host of talented musicians will perform on the night, including the Army Reserve band.

There will be plenty of food, wine and cheese platters available to purchase on the night - all supporting the fundraising - as well as kids activities, raffles and auctions and a visit from Santa.

Gates will open at 5pm, with gold coin entry; food will be available from 6pm and the music will start at 7pm. Patrons are encouraged to bring a chair or picnic blanket and wear an Akubra.

Find out more at the Facebook event page 'Carols in the Vines'.

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