Bridgnorth Town Council has collated the following information for services and support available during the Coronavirus outbreak
On Friday 20th November from 4pm – 9pm, the Town will be full of festive cheer as the Christmas Lights are turned on in the High Street.
With a new look this year, our stage will be located at Northgate and will play host to the following groups through until 9pm:
Bridgnorth Primary Schools Choir
Castlefields Primary School
St. Leonard’s Primary School
St. John’s Primary School
St. Mary’s Primary School
Theatre on the Steps
Carols led by Bridgnorth Choral Society
Bridgnorth Community Pop Choir
Bridgnorth Rock Choir
With late night shopping available in our local shops, we also have a variety of stalls from local businesses, groups and charities which will extend through the High Street and Whitburn Street. There will also be a funfair, bouncy castle, live reindeer and of course, Father Christmas in his brand new High Street Grotto! The Grotto will be located in the old Designer Time premises and is in aid of Hope House Hospice.
The big switch on will take place on the stage at 6.15pm with the Mayor, Carnival Queen and the winner of our Christmas Design a Light competition, Evie Wilson.
The Cliff Railway will be open late to assist in transporting visitors from Low Town to High Town and back.
A special thanks to Showtime Security Limited who will be providing our marshalling for the event.
If you would like further information, please email [email protected] or call 01746 762231.