Disley Christmas 2020
Christmas 2020 is going to be different for everyone given the on-going Coronavirus situation. However, just because we can’t have a big together for the annual Christmas Extravaganza, it doesn’t mean that Disley Parish Council will not marking the festive season in style.
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Just as a little reminder of last year’s fantastic Christmas Extravaganza, local video-maker, Alan Buckel has kindly sent us this highly festive video. Just click on the picture to view.
2019 Disley Parish Council Christmas Extravaganza
The 2019 event took place on Friday 6th December and despite a rainy afternoon setting up on the Ram Green, come the evening, it stayed (mainly) dry.
There were a few changes for 2019 with Cheshire’s Silk FM setting up a stage and providing festive music for the evening. The stage meant everyone could see and hear the fantastic performances from the Disley Community Choir, St. Mary’s Singers and the Disley Primary School Choir.
Santa pressed the plunger to turn on the Christmas tree lights and moved into his bigger Grotto to meet and greet all the children. Free face painting was kindly undertaken by the Girl Guiding in Disley group.
This year, the Parish Council not only illuminated the Rams Head but also the Dandy Cock, where there were stalls and a kids disco.
The traditional firework finale was as spectacular as ever, and everyone seemed to have a thoroughly good time.
Photos from the night are available to view on the Gallery Page at:
Disley Christmas Lights 2018
The Disley Christmas Lights Switch On has come a long way since its’ inception 15 years ago. Back then it was a cosy gathering to sing a few carols around the Christmas tree.
The 2018 event took place on Friday 7th December and included Canalside Radio playing Christmas music and fantastic street entertainers, “Bread and Butter,” spreading festive cheer. For the first time, there was a teacup merry-go-round for the little ones.
There was live music from three local choirs, interspersed with a bit of community carol singing before Father Christmas arrived on his super-sleigh to hand out a free Christmas present to all the good little boys and girls.
As is tradition, the grand finale was a spectacular Firework Display.
More shops than ever stayed open offering festive treats and late-night Christmas shopping and the Rams Head hosted a Christmas Market.
Photo from the 2018 event are available on the Gallery page HERE
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