Keswick Christmas Lights

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Keswick Christmas Lights

Keswick Christmas Lights will be flicked on Friday 17th November in Keswick.

There’s a festive food and gift market from 10am, entertainment from 4.45 pm onwards – and then at 7 pm the lights will be switched on by Andy, Mike and Tim, aka the 3 Dads Walking, who walk to raise money for suicide awareness and prevention.

Dog owners are asked to think carefully before bringing their own dogs to the light switch on, the market square becomes busy and there will be loud music.

Christmas Lights Switch on is a Keswick Town Council Event organised by the Keswick Town Council Events Committee. The Christmas Lights are funded by Keswick Town Council.

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Keswick
Time:
10:00am
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10:00pm


 
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