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Crediton Town Council

Christmas in Crediton 2018 - Saturday, 24th November 2018

A huge thank you to everyone that took part in this year's Christmas in Crediton Parade & Lights Switch-on. It was a fantastic community event with so many different people coming together to make it happen. Also, thank you to everyone involved in the planning of the event, for your commitment to the project and for the role you played. We could not have achieved such a successful event without all of this. Here is a list of everyone involved - please accept our apologies if anyone has been missed!

  • Crediton Chamber of Commerce
  • High Street Traders
  • Crediton Dairy
  • Create Storage
  • Mole Avon
  • Hedgerow Print
  • Yellow Mouse Studios
  • Crediton Town Council
  • Crediton Arts Centre
  • Steph Jones
  • Sandie Blake
  • Scouts/Cubs/Beavers
  • Crediton Guides & Brownies
  • Pippins Pre-School & Nursery
  • Sunflower Day Nursery
  • Winkleigh Morris
  • Landscore & Hayward's School Choirs
  • Exeter Street Band
  • Tesco
  • Crediton Rugby Club
  • Crediton Lions
  • All Marshals & Stewards
  • All High Street Traders that made a donation and stayed open late
  • Crediton Courier
  • Old Town Hall
  • Reverend Helen Drever
  • Dee Weiner
  • PCSO Dave Waring
  • Jo & Philip Ward
  • Peter Brewer
  • Crediton Coffee Company
  • Nicki Chivers & Joy Wilshire
  • Air Cadets
  • Local residents that volunteered and gave their time freely
  • David Oliver or Oliver's Bakery
  • The Greenhouse
  • Fire Service
  • Three Little Pigs
  • Market Cafe
  • Stu Wight MC
  • Jack Robson
  • Turning Tides Project
  • Roger Pennington
  • Roger Lee
    We would also like to thank the Crediton Courier for capturing the night! Here are just some of the photos from the event - please visit the Christmas in Crediton Facebook page to see more.

    Christmas in Crediton 2017 - Saturday, 25th November 2017

     Photos courtesy of the Crediton Courier.

    Christmas in Crediton 2016 - Saturday, 26th November 2016!

    Photos courtesy of the Crediton Courier.