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By Kevin Unitt Tuesday 27 November 2012 Updated: 29/11 08:37
MUSIC, dancing and Yuletide fun marked the switching on of Leamington's Christmas lights on Sunday (November 25).
A Christmas market and funfair runs from 1pm onwards along The Parade, with afternoon entertainment on a stage outside the town hall including a variety of dancers and singers and bands.
The Tree of Lights was switched on at 4pm and the full lights switch at 5pm led by Father Christmas and town mayor coun Yvonne Moore.
* Warwick's Christmas Lights are turned on Thursday at its popular annual Victorian Evening in the town centre, while Kenilworth and Southam's Christmas Lights are both switched on on Friday.
Whitnash Lights are turned on this Sunday.
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