Some lack the spirit of Christmas when it comes to town lights
THE BRAY and District Chamber of Commerce have declared their disappointment that some traders in the town have not contributed to this year’s Christmas Lights.
It was decided at last week’s executive meeting that those who do contribute financially will be provided with a special sticker to enable shoppers in the town to see for themselves those businesses that have helped pay for the Christmas Lights.
‘We are very disappointed that some of the traders in Bray still refuse to support this initiative by not contributing towards the cost of providing the Christmas Display. This is an absolute shame since there is great benefit to everyone, traders and shoppers alike,’ commented Mr. Eugene Finnegan president of the Bray Chamber.
‘Those that we have provided with stickers we would ask shoppers to especially sup- port these traders, ’ he said.
The official switch on of the Christmas Snowflake Lights is due to take place on Saturday November 22 with the Special Guest of Honour to be revealed at a later date.
‘We in the Chamber are delighted that the magical Snowflake Lights Display will be provided again this Christmas’, said Mr. Finnegan, ‘
‘Last year was the first time we used the new style of Christmas lights and it proved to be a huge success for everyone in the town.’