The community-minded, caring team at Collier Trenerry held their second annual Christmas party on Saturday afternoon.
Anyone and everyone was welcomed with open arms, especially those who have been doing it tough this holiday season.
The Collier Trenerry family understand those feelings of isolation that people can suffer, particuarly after losing a loved one.
"I think that in our business we're very conscious that it can be hard at the Christmas table when somebody is missing," owner Greg Collier explained.
"We would just like to care and support those families, giving them a bit of Christmas joy."
Those in attendance were treated to Tongan Choir, One in Christ Band, face painting, pony rides and a jumping castle.
"I'd like to thank the local businesses that have supported us as sponsors, donating food and different items to help us actually make this happen," office administrator Renae Villa said.
"Without their help, donations and volunteers, community events of this scale are hard to pull together."
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