Beccles Christmas Lights Switch On

Beccles, Suffolk

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Posted
45 days ago
Event date
24 Nov 2017

Description

Join us for the Beccles Christmas Light Switch 2017 on Friday 24th November. This event is one of the best in the area, and it’s going to be another fantastic year. The fun begins with the lights being switched on at 6pm by the cast from Beccles Panto Robin Hood, along with The Mayor and Heart Radio. There will be live entertainment acts on the main stage along with street entertainment provided by the ever popular Suffolk School of Samba plus a few surprises! There is always a great variety of stalls selling festive gifts, crafts, toys and decorations alongside wonderful street food and drink including of course mulled wine! Our fantastic range of independent shops, which is our pride and joy, will be open late on the night too. There is even live Reindeer and Father Christmas will be taking up his usual residence in his grotto.
And as if this isn’t enough the popular Beccles Christmas Tree Trail will be launched on the night (running through until December 23rd) and Hungate Church will be staging its ever popular three day Christmas Tree Festival. For more information please see our website

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