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LOUTH'S CHRISTMAS LIGHTS SWITCH ON AND CHRISTMAS CRIB SERVICE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday 27th November 2008 saw the Mayor of Louth, Councillor Francis W.P. Treanor Switch On Louth's Christmas Lights and the Town Council's Christmas Crib Service also took place.  The evening was a roaring success with children from St. Michael's CE Primary School, Kidgate Primary School and Lacey Gardens Junior School kicking proceedings off by singing Christmas songs around the tree (kindly donated by Kenwick Park Golf Club).  The Mayor, assisted by a young lady by the name of Jade switched on the lights at 6pm and following this the Riverhead Silver Band played while Santa, having this year made a special journey to be with us, received letters from children.  At 6.25pm the Mayor, the Reverend Canon Stephen Holdaway and the St. James' Church Choir led all those assembled in the Market Place in procession to the  Fish Shambles where the Reverend Canon Stephen Holdaway conducted the Christmas Crib Service assisted by the Mayor's Chaplain, Father Paul Lloyd and accompanied by the St. James' Church Choir.  Louth Town Council would like to thank all those who assisted with the evening and especially all those who turned out, despite the inclement weather, to view or take part in the proceedings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last modified: 19/05/16