Fes­tive lights go up in Quorn

Loughborough Echo - - LETTERS -

FOR­MER Leices­ter City player and foot­ball pun­dit Steve Walsh was joined by sports com­men­ta­tor Ian Stringer as they set the streets alight at Quorn when they switched on the vil­lage Christ­mas lights.

This con­cluded an af­ter­noon of ac­tiv­i­ties that in­cluded mu­si­cal en­ter­tain­ment, fair­ground rides, gift stalls and food bars.

Two of Santa’s rein­deers stopped by for a short rest as they pre­pared for a busy month.

A spokesper­son said that although it was a very cold af­ter­noon it was very well at­tended and ev­ery­one warmly wel­comed Steve and Ian.

Thanks to the White Horse pub for or­gan­is­ing and spon­sor­ing the event. Its char­ity, White Horse Wish­ing Well, pro­vides sup­port for many needy causes.

Steve Walsh and Ian Stringer are pic­tured at the turn­ing of the Quorn Christ­mas lights.

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