A perfect summer’s night attracted a crowd of around 3000 to the annual Two Wells Christmas Street Parade on Friday December 13.
With a slightly larger number of stalls offering everything from toys, to plants, to candles, cards, homewares and so much more, there was something for everyone.
Two Wells Regional Action Team president Caroline Scutcheon said a few new float additions to the parade itself was great to see.
“It was an excellent night,” Caroline said.
“Everyone was in the right mood, Anne Arbon did a really wonderful commentary throughout the night and there were quite a few new stalls this year with something to suit everyone.
“From 4pm the street was starting to fill up, we had quite a few families coming to have a look and mill around, and many stayed for the parade, which was lovely.
“The atmosphere was really positive and everyone looked like they were having a good time.
“It was a great night for the community.”
Once again the Elizabeth Pipe Band and the Port Adelaide and Enfield Brass Band marched in the parade and later entertained and delighted the crowd outside the library.
Winner of the Best decorated business float this year was Two Wells Landscaping Yard.
The Best Decorated Business award went to R&J Rural Supplies, while the Best Decorated Community Float award went to the Two Wells CFS brigade.
Enjoying the night as Parade Prince was Hunter Egyrd with Parade Princess, Chloe McDonald.