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With the news that level five restrictions have been eased to level three for the month of December, the Christmas rush will now begin. The city has been feeling very festive for the past couple of weeks with the Christmas lights adorning the rooftops of buildings and lampposts and local businesses utilising the enforced free time of lockdown by decorating their shops with yuletide spirit.
A festive occasion to remember, the illuminating of the Christmas lights in Mount Temple was a source of much virtual attraction as the event was relayed on the local community’s Facebook page on Saturday night last.
As present Covid-19 Level 5 restrictions persist, the annual switching on of the Christmas lights in Athlone will take place virtually on Tuesday, December 1.
Chairman of the Athlone Festival and Events Group, Mr. Shay Hamilton, has called upon the local public to gather en masse in the Civic Square on Sunday afternoon for the formal switching on of the new Christmas lights display.
The 2018 Athlone Christmas lights were turned on in spectacular style on Sunday evening in John Count McCormack Square.
Mayor of Athlone, Aengus O’Rourke has announced that Santa Claus has accepted his invitation to come to Athlone for the switching on of the Christmas lights.
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The Children’s Remembrance Day Committee at University Hospital Galway (UHG) celebrated the launch of their Christmas tree lights last week. In December a giant Christmas tree will be on display at the entrance to UHG and people can sponsor a light on the tree as a dedication to a loved one.