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Our Dementia Choir appearing at West Bridgford Christmas Lights Switch-On

West Bridgford’s free Christmas Lights Switch On returns for a fun packed festive day with music and entertainment including a special performance from Nottingham’s Our Dementia Choir.

The event will take place on Central Avenue in the town throughout the day and visitors can enjoy seasonal festivities, browse a selection of food, drink and gift stalls, street theatre entertainment and live music from community groups!

 

Nottingham’s Our Dementia Choir will perform on stage from 4pm ahead of the countdown to the lights switch on by Mayor of Rushcliffe Cllr Debbie Mason at 5pm, followed by a grand finale of lower noise fireworks and LED freestyle performers.

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Local athlete Jonty Bayliss is back hosting the main stage and there will be variety of family favourites including local choirs, community groups and a resident DJ throughout the day.


The food and gift market will showcase over 40 of the region’s and Borough’s finest designers and producers, offering a chance to buy a range of seasonal treats to put a smile on the face of a friend or loved one.

Rushcliffe Borough Council’s Deputy Leader Cllr Abby Brennan said: “Our annual Christmas Lights Switch On event is a fantastic fun day for residents across the Borough! 

“You can enjoy an array of free entertainment, indulge in festive treats and get started on the Christmas shopping!

“This year the wonderful Our Dementia Choir will be performing some of their favourite tunes that you will want to sing along to!

“They are an inspiring group helping to spread awareness around dementia and we’re delighted to welcome them as we work to become a Dementia Friendly community here in the Borough.

“This event is not one to miss so make sure you come to the town on Saturday November 18 and join us for the countdown to the Central Avenue lights switch on followed by our lower noise but no less spectacular firework display.”

 

Saturday November 18 from 10am until 5pm

 

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