Barmouth Christmas Lights Switch On


Barmouth Christmas Lights Switch on starts with the turning on of the Christmas Tree and Town Lights by the Mayor of Barmouth surrounded by Carol Singers and onlookers joining in to celebrate the start of Christmas.

Church bells will ring out as people head towards the shops that have opened late especially for the occasion, stopping to listen to the famous Batala Bermo Samba Band and visiting the local Emergency Services that join in along the high street. 

Mulled wine, toasted marsh mallows, sweets, festive tipples and more.... every shop offers a warm welcome to everyone who wishes to browse their fantastic range of goods.

Father Christmas awaits the children, and many pubs and hotels offer live music through the night, adding to what has become a very special night in the lives of all those who visit and who live in the town.

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Barmouth Christmas Lights Switch on

Type:Christmas Event

Barmouth, Gwynedd, LL42 1LS

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Opening Times

Event (7 Dec 2023)

* From 5.30pm


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