Switch-on day, Saturday 8th December, brought wet, wild and windy weather, but the
visitors have arrived and enjoyed the spectacle of Haughton’s many lights then and
in the days that followed.
A freezing cold Friday was followed by more wet, wild and windy weather on Saturday
15th December, which meant that, unfortunately, the annual Santa Run had to be cancelled.
Is it going to be one of those rainy seasons? Just when the lights come on it seems
to start to drizzle or pour. But many people have been undeterred, wanting to enjoy
Haughton’s brilliantly bright lights - and Saturday 22nd December was a dry and perfect
Who is this in the window? And are those his reindeer waiting for him just outside?
The Bell Inn
The Shropshire Inn
New this year - a special lamp in Meadow Drive
Mild and dry as we moved towards the New Year
As always, money is being collected for the benefit of good causes
Grand Total Raised
Thank you all
This year’s chosen charities were:
Haughton St Giles Primary Academy
Katharine House Hospice
Lewis Leighton Recovery Fund
West Midlands Air Ambulance
A presentation of the money raised took place at The Bell Inn on Tuesday 5th February
at 7.00pm, when representatives from each of this year’s chosen charities accepted
a cheque for £2306.