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Pudsey Christmas Lights switch-on 2019

Pudsey Christmas Lights switch-on features a wide variety of activities throughout the day.

The Pudsey Produce and Craft Market starts at 9am until 1pm on Sunday, December 1, in Pudsey Market Place.

There’s also a special Christmas Market later in the day from 3pm.

The market includes locally produced foods and Christmas gifts. Choirs and bands will be performing.

In Pudsey House, you’ll find Santa’s Grotto from 3pm to 5pm, with children’s craft activities to keep the little ones occupied.

The festive activities continue down Manor House Street and Lowtown, with the Christmas Lights Switch On, fireworks, fairground rides, and live entertainment.

Switch-on programme

3pm-3.25pm Phased Rotation
3.45-4.10 Revival
4.30-4.55 The Sean Harrington Band
5.20-5.45 King Ray’s Council

6pm switch on with special guests and fireworks

6.15 Headline act ‘The Dunwells’

There will be dance routines in front of the main stage from DAZL Dance and Annie’s Academy of Theatre Dance, DAZL will be performing at 3.25pm and 4.55pm. Annie’s Academy of Theatre Dance will be performing at 4.10pm.

Road closures

Lowtown will be closed from 11am this Sunday for the Christmas lights Switch On and reopens at 9pm.

Residents and business owners are being asked to help keep the road clear of vehicles at the start of the closure.

Bus services that normally run up/down Lowtown will be diverted along Kent Road, Valley Road and Robin Lane. The bus station and all car parks will be open as normal.

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