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Witney Christmas Lights Switch On Date

The Witney Christmas lights switch on event will take place on Friday 30th November from 5pm onwards.

There will be Entertainment in Market Square and Langdale Hall from 5pm, with the lights switched on around 7pm. Many shops open until 8pm

Other Towns and villages across West Oxfordshire will shine with lights for the festive season, with the switching on of Christmas displays. Why not go along, experience the fun and support local traders:

Saturday 24 November, Woodstock, 6pm: 'The Night of a Thousand Candles' from 6pm.
Friday 30 November, Carterton, 6-8pm: Christmas carols with lights switched on by a special guest. With funfair and stalls selling mulled wine, refreshments, Christmas gifts and craft items. Many local shops open late.
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Sunday 2 December, Burford, 4.30pm: Father Christmas, events in shops and hotels.
Friday 7 December, Chipping Norton, 5.30pm-9pm: Father Christmas, stalls in town centre and late night shopping.

Friday 14 December, Charlbury: local shops open until 8pm

Posted : 23/11/2012 08:19:45

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