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Angarrack Switch On 2017 with James Dundon's Big Organ - Unique for Entertainment

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Donation for Angarrack Christmas Lights

Angarrack Christmas Lights are designed and built in the village and are unique.

We have almost 70 lights now and the repairs (especially thanks to Cornish weather!) are getting more expensive.

Running the lights is expensive, especially since the electricity companies now charge us a daily standing charge for each of our meters where they only used to charge on the days we use electricity - resulting in a more than six fold increase in standing charges!

As well as supporting us through bucket donations, it's also possible to support Angarrack Christmas Lights by a donation -- just enter the amount and click on the button below.

Angarrack Christmas Lights are grateful for all support to help keep the lights going. Every bit helps - with cable ties, electricity costs, scaffolding, repairing lights and making new lights
Please enter the amount you would like to donate in the box below and you will be taken to Paypal - you can also use ordinary credit cardsPlease enter the amount you would like to give to support the lights - for example £2, £5 or £10

Amount £

Thank you for your support! Angarrack Christmas Lights committee

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Thirty Years | Angarrack Christmas Lights

This year (2016) the Angarrack Christmas Lights will be 30 years old! Happy Birthday to us! Look out for the two new 30 Years lights...

The concept started when a few of the villagers got together to create lights and displays in their own and neighbours gardens. They soon moved into the streets and strung lights along the roadside.

A few years ago the lights became themed and are now based on the Twelve Days of Christmas with Santa's Reindeer being added just a couple of years ago - see a slideshow of the Reindeer here . The new circular walk has proved very popular and the Reindeeer hunt is great fun for the young at heart of all ages!  read more »

Angarrack Christmas Lights committee


 Chair – Nikki Vincent  [email Nikki ]
 Vice Chair – Mark
Treasurer – Nigel Willis [email Nigel ]
 Secretary – Gail Willis  [email Gail ]  read more »

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Graham Coad, mayor of Hayle

The Mayors of West Cornwall send out their Christmas messages

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