For the past two years, Lowton has had its very own Christmas tree, thanks to the efforts of Local Living Magazine’s Tracy Leach and other volunteers.
The tree – in St Luke’s Churchyard – has become a lovely part of local festive celebrations, and Tracy, alongside the Local Living Community Group, has worked hard to organise switch on events, too, which have been a lovely community event.
Sadly, the switch on event is unlikely to be able to happen this year due to Covid-19 restrictions but Tracy is still pressing ahead to make sure the lights will still go on. But, this doesn’t happen for free and extra funding is needed.
How can I help get the Christmas lights switched on in Lowton?
Head over the the Local Living Facebook group, where Tracy has set up a raffle to raise funds for this year’s display.
Tickets are £10 each, and all proceeds go towards the Lowton Christmas lights.
Not only will you be supporting a lovely community initiative, you’ll also be in with the chance of winning a cash prize – £300 for first prize, £100 for second and £50 for third.