A shining night to welcome the festive season

Lloyd Cele, Cara Frew, Claire Johnston and Majozi sing along to their favourite carols.

 

Nothing says Christmas quite like the gentle glow of hundreds of candles and the beautiful hum of Christmas carols.

St Stithians College hosted the annual Jacaranda FM and Spar Carols by Candlelight, and the event certainly did not disappoint.

A giant Christmas tree illuminates the stage at the Jacaranda FM and Spar Carols by Candlelight event.

 

The Saint Stithians Prep school choir joins in on the celebrations.

Celebrities including Danny K, Kelly Khumalo, Ross Learmoth, Claire Johnston and Majozi, among others, took to the stage to serenade the crowd with traditional Christmas songs.

Adults and children alike delighted in the open air event which welcomed the festive season in the best way possible.

 

Louise Carver takes to the stage at the Jacaranda FM and Spar Carols by Candlelight.

Through the event, more than 71 huge boxes of toys were collected for this year’s charities which include the Abraham Kriel Kinderhuis, Hugh’s Haven, Child Welfare (Midrand and Tshwane) and Hanna Charity.

Through the sales of electric candles and songbooks, a total of R27 200 was also raised for Jacaranda FM’s Good Morning Angels.

Christmas is about bringing family and friends together, and this year’s Carols By Candlelight did exactly that.

 

Lee-Ann and Jacques Hammer (with little Joshua sleeping in the pram behind them) make the carols event a family one.

 

Saint’s boys, Matthew Galatis, Kylen Govender, Yusuf Choonara and Rayhaan Jassat sell candles at the event.

 

Refiloe Oliphant, Lerato Mogari and Thembi Mhayiso are all smiles at this year’s Carols by Candlelight event.

 

Paul McGill enjoys the event with his son, Matthew and daughter, Abbey.

 

Claudell, Jodie and Allison Harris get ready to sing along to the Christmas carols.

 

Matthew McGill illuminated by the glow of his candle.

 

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Aimee McGill

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