Beeston’s Walking In The Air For Christmas‏ – More Info

V3 cinemaIt wouldn’t be Christmas without a festive flick and visitors to this year’s Beeston Christmas Light’s Switch On event will be able to see the classic 1982 film, The Snowman, like never before, thanks to a unique pedal powered cinema which is just one of the many things to see and do at the event on Saturday 28th November.

This year’s event will offer a host of entertainment, activities and performances across the town from Beeston Square, along the High Road and Broadgate Park from 3.00pm to 7.00pm including the NET Stage with music and entertainment from a variety of acts, including headliners Groove 66.

Highlights include:

Festive foods and refreshments
Fairground rides
Street performers, including The Snow Cats
Santa’s Grotto
Inflatable snowboard & Frozen castle
Festive make & take activities
Alpine Ski Blast
The annual Season of Lights celebrations from 2.30pm until 5.00pm at Chilwell Road Methodist Church on Chilwell High Road
Music in pubs after the event

The Christmas Lights will be officially switched on at 5.00pm by the Mayor of Broxtowe Cllr Susan Bagshaw with a firework finale at 6.30pm.

More details will follow shortly or why not stay up to date by signing up to Event alerts from Broxtowe Borough Council’s Email Me service. Subscribe at

The event is organised by Broxtowe Borough Council, with support from NET. Please note that car parking for the event is limited so please use public transport wherever possible. If arriving by tram The Middle Street tram stop is right next to the event at Broadgate park.

For more information about the day contact Broxtowe Borough Council on 0115 917 3481, email or visit

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