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Christmas Lights are Switched on in the Causeway Coast and Glens

Portrush Visitor Information Centre, 2 Kerr Street, Portrush, County Antrim, BT56 8DG
Christmas Lights are Switched on in the Causeway Coast and Glens


Christmas in the Causeway Coast & Glens is going virtual! Join us from the warmth and comfort of your own home as we switch on the Christmas tree lights in a number of towns throughout the Borough. We have a packed programme of festive activities, so get your glitter ready to get crafty with our Christmas craft demonstrations for adults and children. Treat the family to some culinary delights with festive food demonstrations from the very talented Paula McIntyre. Listen to our fabulous storytellers tell Christmas children's stories, bespoke to our local area. Tune in as the Mayor and Santa deliver a special Christmas message to the Borough's residents.

Children’s Craft workshops and Adult Craft workshops with Lorna Kyle.
Children's Storytelling with Madeline.

The full programme will be revealed soon on the Causeway Coast and Glens Events Facebook page.
Ballymoney - Thursday 19th November
Limavady - Saturday 21st November
Ballycastle - Thursday 26th November
Coleraine - Friday 27th November
Portstewart - Saturday 28th November
Dungiven - Saturday 28th November
Garvagh - Monday 30th November
Portrush - Friday 4th December
Kilrea - Saturday 5th December

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17/11/2020 (17 Nov 2020 - 5 Dec 2020)

* All of the festivities will start at 19:00 hrs with the exception of Dungiven at 20:00 hrs.

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