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Christmas lights bring extra sparkle to Port Bannatyne

Santa Claus and his two elvish assistants prepare to hand out presents to children in Port Bannatyne after the switch-on of the village's Christmas lights on Saturday, December 7.

Santa Claus and his two elvish assistants prepare to hand out presents to children in Port Bannatyne after the switch-on of the village's Christmas lights on Saturday, December 7.

 

A colourful festive glow came to Port Bannatyne on Saturday night with the switching-on of the village’s Christmas lights display.

The lights were switched on by Alison Dunn, who is standing down after 13 years taking a central role in the fund-raising efforts for the village’s festive lighting, while pupils from North Bute Primary School in the village provided musical entertainment by leading a cheery Christmas singalong.

Fireworks greeted the arrival of Santa on his sleigh, and a long queue quickly formed as the younger members of the audience waited for the chance to visit the man in the red suit in his festive grotto and to pck up an early Christmas present at the same time.

 

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