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Epiphany: End of Christmas marked at Hoxton’s Geffrye Museum

PUBLISHED: 10:53 09 January 2017 | UPDATED: 10:53 09 January 2017

The Epiphany event at the Geffrye Museum (Photo: Mandy Williams)

The Epiphany event at the Geffrye Museum (Photo: Mandy Williams)

Geffrye Museum / photography Mandy Williams

Over 500 people wrapped up warm to bid ‘Farewell to Christmas’ by singing carols and burning the tree at the Geffrye Museum.

The Epiphany event at the Geffrye Museum (Photo: Mandy Williams)The Epiphany event at the Geffrye Museum (Photo: Mandy Williams)

The Epiphany event was held in the front garden of the museum of the home in Kingsland Road, Hoxton, on January 6 for the 24th year running.

Visitors enjoyed free mulled wine and a taste of Twelfth Night cake.

Nancy Loader from the museum said it went well despite the drizzle. “We had over 500 people and it the atmosphere was very jolly,” she added.


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