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Kilrea Christmas Light Switch On & Cavalcade

Kilrea Town Hall, Bridge Street, Kilrea, Derry-Londonderry, BT51 5QG
The Mayor Ivor Wallace sitting beside Santa with a blue sack, light up present and a sign reading 'Happy Christmas from Causeway Coast and Glens Borou

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Santa will join some very special friends to visit the towns and villages across the Borough with their Christmas Cavalcade.

Bringing musicians and fun characters to town centres they'll help celebrate the start of the festive season with the annual Christmas lights switch on.

Children will be able to visit Santa in his Grotto before he commences his cavalcade journey, so wrap up well and ensure you arrive in plenty of time to enjoy what promises to be an atmospheric adventure for all the family.

Santa's Grotto Time & Location: 2pm – 3pm in Kilrea Town Hall

The Christmas Cavalcade will commence at 4pm from Kilrea Sports Centre. Route:  Kilrea Sports Centre – Craiglea Gardens – Coleraine Street – The Diamond – Church Street – The Diamond – Coleraine Street – Kilrea Sports Centre

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