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There is plenty going on at either end of the Looe Valley Line this weekend as the start of the festive season begins.
On Saturday 2nd December in both Looe and Liskeard, Father Christmas will be making an appearance, alongside a series of other exciting events.
There will be food and craft stalls, children’s entertainment, bouncy castle, live music and a bar in the harbour car park from 12 noon.
Father Christmas will arrive by train at 14 55 followed by a procession through the town to his grotto in the harbour car park. Tickets will be available on the day to meet Father Christmas and receive a small gift. More details can be found here
Liskeard will be celebrating all things Cornish with their Nadelik Lyskerrys festival.
There will be a family trail throughout the town solving clues and collecting stamps from 1pm, followed by free tea and cake in the public hall for all those taking part.
At 5.30pm the annual Lights Up lantern procession will take place through the town culminating with a firework display and for those who want to stay longer, a Cornish Christmas Feast featuring food, drink and live music with a Cornish twist will take place in the Public Hall from 7pm. Tickets for the feast can be bought in advance here