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Christmas Lights Are Switched On

November 22nd 2007

A crowd of onlookers gathered in the Cornmarket to witness the annual switching-on ceremony of Louth's Christmas lights. People waited patiently in spite of the rain, which poured down throughout the ceremony. Local schoolchildren sang Christmas carols and a brass band also played.

The Mayor of Louth, Councillor John McDonald, switched on the lights this year.

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