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2009 | BBC - Cornwall's Christmas village

People from all over Cornwall visit Angarrack to enjoy the Christmas lights
The villagers fundraise throughout the year for the Christmas lights
Cornwall's Christmas village
Angarrack lights
People from all over Cornwall visit Angarrack to enjoy the Christmas lights

Angarrack Village, near Hayle in Cornwall is famous for its railway viaduct and of course its popular Christmas display.  read more »

Helpers needed by Angarrack Christmas Lights

ANGARRACK LIGHTS NEEDS YOU!!

The erection team are already hard at work and many thanks to them and all the people who've been volunteering to help even if it's just for an hour or two it all helps!  and I know they're very grateful for all assistance.

But we're asking for even more volunteers to help with Switch On night as well and you don't have to be any good at lifting things above your head or wiring things up.  read more »

Angarrack Duck Races

A strong tradition for fundraising for the Christmas Lights are the Duck Races.

At least one duck race is held each year - weather permitting - and comprises races for different age groups culminating in the Race of Champions.  read more »

Christmas Lights 2008 - disassembled

Enormous thanks are due to all the Lights Elves who turned out bright and early on a very cold Saturday morning to help with the taking down and storage of all the lights for another year.

After a long day, the last of the lights was successfully removed and stored ready for next year.

Lights Takedown

Many thanks to all who gave up their time to help.

Street Collection - Thanks to the Angarrack Christmas Lights Elves

Many thanks to all the volunteers for the street collections who've kindly given up their evenings and braved the assorted weather. Thanks also to their families for sparing them.

Thanks to the 2008 Street Collection team:

  • Roy
  • Debbie
  • Jeff
  • Linda
  • Nikki
  • Mel
  • Geoff
  • Mark
  • Louise
  • Jane R
  • Russell
  • Robert
  • Pauline
  • Chris
  • Jane
  • Colin
  • Andrew
  • Ben
  • Steph
  • Mal
  • Karen
  • Brian C

Angarrack Christmas Lights Switch On - Saturday 6th December 2008

After all the hard work in designing, creating, upgrading, building, configuring and funding the lights the switch on day finally arrived and the weather was kind - lovely clear skies - though that did make it rather chilly.

Many thanks to all in the village who helped make it all possible - including those who put up with being disrupted as the team worked so hard to setup all the lights and of course everyone from the hardworking Lights Committee.  read more »

Angarrack Christmas lights on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Ten Lords A Leaping on Flickr by Mike.Camborne Taken on December 15, 2008
Angarrack Christmas lights

Newsletter December 2008

Issue Date: 
December, 2008
Up and coming fundraising events: Switch On is the 6th December. Entertainment and Santa in the Pub Car park from 7. Switch On at 7.30! If your raffle ticket slips and money raised from them have not been collected, please drop them into Linda at The Old Post Office or Steph at 5 Grist Lane before switch on. There may be fireworks on switch on night. There is now an Angarrack village website. Find it at www.angarrack.info All the village events are posted on line and you can submit content, news etc. You can also claim your own email address yourname@angarrack.info  read more »
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Lights display among best | Western Morning News | December 14, 2000

THERE may only be 120 homes in the tiny village of Angarrack , near Hayle, but they certainly know how to put on a Christmas lights display to compete with the best of them.

On Saturday Sid Perry, one of the village¹s oldest residents, flicked the switch which transformed the small group of houses into a sea of colour with hundred and hundreds of lanterns and three large Christmas trees.

It is a real village effort with the decorations made by the men and the fundraising done by other members of the Christmas lights committee.  read more »

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