Sunday 23 February 2020

The Rotary Club's Tree of Light switch on

Event ended

Free

Watch 100 Santas cross the finish line of the Santa Fun Run, join in with the Christmas carols, and enjoy the live music at the Rotary Club’s Tree of Light Christmas lights switch on event. Hoping to raise even more money for Gloucestershire charities, the Rotary Club’s tree will be a focal point of the city centre.

To see all of the switch-on events across the county, see the Gloucestershire Christmas lights guide

Event:
Tree of Light switch on in Gloucester
Venue
Eastgate Street, Gloucester
Dates:
Saturday 23 November 2019
Times:
Entertainment starts at 2pm. The lights switch on takes place at 4pm.
Admission:
Free of charge.
Telephone:
Telephone number not available.

© SoGlos
Tuesday 29 October 2019

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