The industrious folk of Mousehole are already busy setting up their world-famous lights display and News readers are all invited to help out.
There’s a ton of different ways you can get involved, from just sending a few quid on PayPal, turning up at fundraisers or acting as Marshall on December 17th when the town’s turned on!
The lights go up at 7.30pm with the usual traditional fanfare and celebrations.
There’ll be an open-air Carolaire service at the entrance to the North Quay.
The ‘Carolaire Choir’, comprising of the Mousehole Male Voice Choir, Members of the Mousehole Methodist Church and friends from the community together with the Pendeen Silver Band, will lead the community singing.
This year the lights will be switched on by Mr Raymond & Mrs Margaret Pomeroy. If wet weather, the Carolaire service will be held in Mousehole Methodist Church.
The lights will then be on each evening between 5pm and 11pm (With the exception of 19th Dec, when the lights will be dimmed between 8-9pm) until Tuesday 3rd January 2012.
If you want to get involved with raising money for Mousehole’s word renowned Christmas Lights display you can click through to Mousehole Lights for more details, pop along to a Coffee Morning at the ‘Old Coastguard Hotel’ Mousehole on 26th November or just send your donation via Pay Pal