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Earlier this month, hardy volunteers braved windy and wet conditions to erect a Christmas tree in Dunbeg.
The village held its very own lights switch-on on Sunday December 8, which featured carol singing, mulled wine and a visit from Mr Claus himself.
More than 50 people turned out to watch the tree sparkle and they were treated to mulled wine, mince pies, music, a pipe band, as well as singing from the village’s youngsters.
It was organised by the Dunbeg Development Group, who thanked MacLeod Construction, Oban Electrics, D and J Campbell, and Tommy Watt, who all either helped with the delivery, the construction of the base, or with the lights.