The centre of the labyrinth also contained a simple Christmas tree prayer made from a pallet with the message 'Blessings of candle light and star light be with you'.
More pallets came into play beside the hut itself which asked what angels do in heaven when it is Christmas and reminded us to keep a place ready for them in our homes.
Yesterday we mentioned entertaining strangers unawares and this theme continued today as there was an opportunity to take a grab bag to give to a homeless person at some point. This contained a hard warmer pack and a list of other items we could put in to make a homeless person Christmas better.
Inside the hut was a little row of very warm, inviting looking houses lined up under a beautiful image of a Christmas tree.
More pallet art reminded us of some key themes of the season - Joy, wisdom, love, hope, peace, believe.
On top of all of this we were treated to a series of dance performances by the young pupils of Hayley of Dancefit as well as the dulcet tones of a choir singing not only some Christmas carols but also their own version of Robbie Williams 'Angel' which was so prominent in hut 253 yesterday.
Our next hut is at the East end of the promenade and is number 73.