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Community | 8th December 2022
 

Have a very Happy Copshaw Christmas

 
 
 

Over the years, Copshaw’s Christmas lights switch-on has taken place in lashing rain, high winds, snow and freezing temperatures.

Undaunted the villagers have simply wrapped themselves up in raincoats, hats and scarves and turned out anyway to enjoy one of their favourite events in the local calendar.

This year however they were blessed with near-perfect conditions, cold and crisp but dry and with just the faintest of breezes to rustle the strings of lights twinkling in the trees.

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