Chesterfield is set to be bathed in Christmas glow yet again with the annual Christmas lights switch-on event.
The event takes place on Sunday 19 November with a special market taking place from noon offering entertainment, stalls, games and rides in the market place and New Square.
Youngsters can also meet one of their favourite characters as Chase from Paw Patrol makes appearances outside the Visitor Information Centre in Rykneld Square, outside the Crooked Spire church at noon, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm.
The stage show gets underway in New Square at 3.30pm with Peak FM presenters take to the stage offering opportunities for the audience to join in the fun.
Stars from the Pantomime Adventures of Peter Pan, this year’s pantomime at the Pomegranate Theatre, will perform on stage and will perform the switch on at 4.45pm with Chesterfield’s mayor and Chase from Paw Patrol.
Councillor Steve Brunt, Chesterfield Borough Council’s cabinet member for town centres and visitor economy, said: “Each year thousands of people come along to take part in Chesterfield’s Christmas lights event. It is a great opportunity for families to come together and get into the Christmas spirit.
“We organise the event as part of our commitment to make Chesterfield a thriving borough and to improve the quality of life for local people.”
Chesterfield residents can use their free parking disc to park for free in the following Chesterfield Borough Council off-street pay and display car parks:
- Albion Road
- Derbyshire Times
- Devonshire Street
- Durrant Road
- Hollis Lane (excluding on-street bays)
- Holywell Cross (The Donut)
- Queens Park (North and South)
- Spa Lane
- Station Road
- St Mary’s Gate
- Theatre Lane.