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Brixham Christmas Lights

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Old Fishmarket
Brixham
Devon
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Brixham Christmas Lights switch on at the old fishmarket, with Father Christmas and the biggest firework display seen in the bay - all in the inner harbour.

Telephone: 01803859678
Contact name: Ki Barnes

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