Christmas Lights in Beeston, Belle Isle, Holbeck and Middleton will be switched on at events over the next two weeks.
Belle Isle goes first on Wednesday 2 December* at 4pm on Belle Isle Circus. The event will feature music from Windmill Primary School (and possibly Opera North).
Beeston follows on Thursday 3 December at 5:30pm outside the Co-op on Town Street. The Salvation Army brass band will be present to lead the carol singing and free refeshments will be served afterwards in the Beeston Parish Centre.
The lights in Holbeck will be switched on at 5:30pm on Sunday 6 December outside St Matthew’s Community Centre. The switch on will be followed by refreshments provided by Mosaic Church and a carol service commencing at 6pm and free hot meal at St Matthew’s Community Centre.
Last but not least the Middleton lights will be switched on at 4pm on Tuesday 8 December. Join children from Middleton St Marys, St Philips, Westwood and Clapgate And Middleton Primary Schools to sing carols at Middleton Circus.
*This post was corrected on 2 December. We originally published the date for the Belle Isle Lights switch on as Thursday 3 December, this was based on information provided to us.