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Lowton's Christmas tree in 2019

Pledge your support for Lowton’s Christmas lights

by gemmamelling

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.

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