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Christmas Lights

An event in December in Devon
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Clovelly
Devon
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Event timing: Early December
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In support of the R.N.L.I.
Christmas is a magical time at Clovelly. A local brass brand leads the procession down to the harbour and accompanies festive Christmas carols sung by a local choir. A hog roast, punch, and mince pies follow and Father Christmas makes a surprise visit.

At about 5 pm the switch is thrown and the entire village and harbour are lit up. It's a fantastic sight and there's a grand finale of fireworks to finish off.

Time: Approx 3:30pm
Entry: Admission charges from 3:00pm by donation to R.N.L.I.
Visitor Centre: 01237 431781

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