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CHRISTMAS LIGHTS SWITCH ON AND
CHRISTMAS CRIB SERVICE
Louth On Thursday 25th November 2010 Louth's Christmas Lights were officially switched on in the Market Place by the Mayor of Louth, Councillor Trevor F. Marris and the Christmas Crib Service also took place at the Fish Shambles and this year Louth Town Council is pleased to announce that it has invested in low energy light bulbs for the town's Christmas Lights in an effort to reduce the Town's Carbon Footprint.  The evening was a roaring success with the Riverhead Silver Band and children from St. Michael's CE Primary School, Kidgate Primary School and Lacey Gardens Junior School kicking proceedings off by singing Christmas songs accompanied by the Riverhead Silver Band.  The Mayor switched on the lights at 6pm and following this a snowman and Santa circulated through the crowd meeting and greeting children and receiving their letters.  At 6.15pm the Mayor, the Reverend Canon Stephen Holdaway and the St. James' Church Choir led all those assembled in the Market Place in candle lit procession to the  Fish Shambles where the Reverend Canon Stephen Holdaway conducted the Christmas Crib Service with Carols sung by the St. James' Church Choir accompanied by the Riverhead Silver Band. 

Louth Town Council would like to thank Mr. David Fairburn, the Art Department of King Edward's VI Grammar School, Bostocks Scaffolding  Ltd., Luxus, R.B. Smith Electrical Ltd., Baines Pet Shop, St. Michael's CE Primary School, Kidgate Primary School, Lacey Gardens Primary School, the Riverhead Silver Band, The Combined Cadet Force, the Police Cadets,  Lincolnshire Police, the Red Cross, the Team Parish of Louth, the St. James' Church Children's Choir and all those who acted as Stewards for the evening for all their help in creating a successful free community event for everyone in Louth.

Special thanks also to Louth Town Partnership for sponsoring Louth's 2010 Christmas Tree and the gift of new tree lights.

Last modified: 19/05/16