Kilmallie committee shed light on festive arrangements

Kilmallie Christmas Tree switch-on 2019.

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Due to social distancing rules and restrictions on mass gatherings there will be no switch on ceremony for Kilmallie christmas lights this year.

The decision was taken at a recent meeting of the committee of the Kilmallie Christmas Lights Fund to discuss arrangements for the festive season.

However the members of the group are hoping to have festive pole lights in position in both Banavie and Corpach soon and have two Christmas trees in situ by Christmas.

‘We feel that this Christmas, more than any other, it is important to have some lights and festive cheer,’ said a committee spokesperson.