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Local businesses have joined forces with Bridgnorth Town Council to enhance Bridgnorth’s Christmas Lights display.
Town Clerk Anne Wilson said:
“Last year we asked local businesses to support creating the Tree of Reflection on Bridgnorth Quayside, which was a tremendous success and will be back again for the 2016 festive season.
Businesses have again come forward to sponsor adding to the Town’s Christmas lights and creating a seasonal gateway to the Town. New tree features at the corner of St. John’s Street and Hospital Street will mark the entrance to the Low Town business district from the main road and lighting is being installed on Bandon Island.
We’re very grateful to the 26 local businesses which have sponsored this year’s scheme, and look forward to welcoming everyone to our switch on event on the Quayside next Sunday (20th November). Town Council staff, councillors and volunteers have helped deliver the project and stage the switch on event .The event begins at 4 p.m. – it’s a family occasion including live music, refreshments and face painting and glitter tattoos for the youngsters. We’ll be turning the lights on in two stages – the Tree of Reflection on the Quayside first at about 4:45 p.m., and the new features at about 5:15 p.m. Come along – it’s free!”