RUBERY residents got into the Christmas spirit when the village’s annual lights switch-on took place on Saturday.
There was live music from singers Becky Neale, Chloe Barry and Issi Young, the Rubery Choir and the Holywell and St James’ School choirs.
The Primrose Hospice’s Lights of Love tree was illuminated prior to the main switch-on when Father Christmas and the Ice Queen were joined on stage by Bromsgrove District Council chairman Coun Caroline Spencer and two Rubery schoolchildren.
Jake Young from St James’ and Lola Butler from Holywell Primary got to push the plunger and kick-start the festivities.
Here we go with this year's Rubery Christmas lights switch-on
Posted by Bromsgrove Standard on Saturday, 24 November 2018
Earlier in the day the winners of this year’s Best-Dressed Christmas Window competition were revealed.
Your Move came first with Polly Put the Kettle On second and Special Times finishing third.