Doing the lights – fantastic!
WHILE the Dickensian Market planned for St Ives on Sunday as part of the switching on of the Christmas lights had to be cancelled because of high winds, the lights still managed to shine. And the arrival of the Christmas period was also marked at the week
WHILE the Dickensian Market planned for St Ives on Sunday as part of the switching on of the Christmas lights had to be cancelled because of high winds, the lights still managed to shine.
And the arrival of the Christmas period was also marked at the weekend with light switch ons in St Neots, Ramsey and Somersham.
In Ramsey, the festivities included music, fireworks and Santa on his sleigh, as well as singing and dancing from the Spinning Infants and Ashbeach School in Ramsey St Mary's.
There were also fireworks in St Neots, where Father Christmas swapped the sleigh for a double decker bus. The fun also included fire-eaters, stilt walkers and the cast of Jack and The Beanstalk, this year's panto from St Neots Players.
Pictured here is Libby Jones, three, enjoying the funfair at St Neots.
More pictures - Pages 12/13
- 1 The Real Pie Company has opened in Huntingdon
- 2 Eight things we learned from the prime minister's briefing
- 3 Michaela’s horrific ordeal: ‘My partner threatened to slit my throat and bury me alive’
- 4 Drugs uncovered in Huntingdon home
- 5 Drug Dealer from Huntingdon has been sentenced
- 6 Updated details of the Christmas lights switch-on in St Neots
- 7 London Luton Airport and NATS will go ahead with Huntingdonshire flight path
- 8 Crafty Monkey is encouraging people to shop local this winter
- 9 Councillor wants apology for Nadine Dorries 'misogynist' tweet
- 10 Steve's Taxis has donated more than £20,000 to Hinchingbrooke Hospital
Picture: HUNTS POST