Grand Union Annual Christmas Party

Grand Union’s annual Christmas Party kicked of the holidays over drinks, music and dancing at DigBrew taproom.

There was chilli & cornbread and cocktails prepared by Kirsty Clarke & Jo Capper, and DJs all evening.

RAFFLE PRIZES

  1. A cactus worth £50 from Isherwood&Co.
  2. A clay workshop at Modern Clay with Mark Essen
  3. 2 x cinema memberships for The Mockingbird Cinema
  4. Vinyl from The Diskery
  5. 1 piece of jewellery by A Typical Thing
  6. Merchandise by Bene Culture
  7. A ceramic piece by Suzi Osborn
  8. A free ride around Birmingham in Stuart Whipp’s restored 1979 Mini
  9. A ceramic piece by Emily Hawes
  10. 1 copy of publication ‘Things That Remind Me of Home’ by Navi Kaur
  11. A jar of Chilli Jam by Fred Hubble
  12. A flags from ‘Port Victorious’ project and temporary tattoos by Matt Westbrook
  13. 1 copy of ‘Costumes For Curators’ print featuring Althea Greenan by Amelia Beavis-Harrison

This was our last event of the year and part of Digbeth First Friday.

Friday 7 December, 7pm–late

Grand Union’s annual Christmas Party kicked of the holidays over drinks, music and dancing at DigBrew taproom.

There was chilli & cornbread and cocktails prepared by Kirsty Clarke & Jo Capper, and DJs all evening.

RAFFLE PRIZES

  1. A cactus worth £50 from Isherwood&Co.
  2. A clay workshop at Modern Clay with Mark Essen
  3. 2 x cinema memberships for The Mockingbird Cinema
  4. Vinyl from The Diskery
  5. 1 piece of jewellery by A Typical Thing
  6. Merchandise by Bene Culture
  7. A ceramic piece by Suzi Osborn
  8. A free ride around Birmingham in Stuart Whipp’s restored 1979 Mini
  9. A ceramic piece by Emily Hawes
  10. 1 copy of publication ‘Things That Remind Me of Home’ by Navi Kaur
  11. A jar of Chilli Jam by Fred Hubble
  12. A flags from ‘Port Victorious’ project and temporary tattoos by Matt Westbrook
  13. 1 copy of ‘Costumes For Curators’ print featuring Althea Greenan by Amelia Beavis-Harrison

This was our last event of the year and part of Digbeth First Friday.

Friday 7 December, 7pm–late