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Monday, 15 October 2012
Christmas Lights 2012 London switching on ceremonies
Oxford Street 5th November
The London Christmas lights starts with Oxford Street on the 5th of November. The centre of the event is at Selfridges with a guest celebrity switching on the lights. Oxford Street 2012 November the 5th ceremony starts at 5.00pm
Carnaby Street 8th November
The Carnaby Christmas lights will be switched on in the evening of Thursday 8th November 2012. The lights can be seen thoughout the Christmas period, until Sunday 6th January 2013.
Regent Street 13th November
The Regent Street Christmas lights switch on takes place at 5:30pm, Tuesday 13th November 2012. The switching on ceremony and live entertainment takes place from 5pm - 6.30pm at the junction of New Burlington Street and Regent Street. Nearest tubes: Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus
Marylebone 14th November
The switching on of the Marylebone High Street Christmas lights takes place on Wednesday 14th November 2012, with events running from 3.30pm - 6.30pm. The event is free to attend.
Bond Street 22nd November
The Bond Street Christmas lights will be switched on at 6pm on Thursday 22nd November 2012 and will remain in place until the new year.
Greenwich 28th November
The children's lantern procession and switching on of the Greenwich Christmas lights takes place from 4pm - 7pm, Wednesday 28th November 2012.
Trafalgar Square 6th December
The Trafalgar Square Christmas tree lighting up ceremony takes place from 6pm, Thursday 6th December 2012. The tree will remain at Trafalgar Square until Thursday 3rd January 2013. The lighting ceremony and carol services are free to attend.
A few reminders from the past
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