Chiswick Christmas Lights Official 'Switch On'

Young and old enjoyed the ceremony and street market


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A large crowd gathered in the car-park on Chiswick High Road for the annual Christmas Lights switch on, which included a food and craft market for the first time this year.

There was carol singing, and live music outside the George IV pub, and a special appearance from Fuller's dray horses, Pride and Griffin.

Pic of food stalls during the day; Mike Abbott

Pic- Ian Wylie

As well as crafts, the Christmas market had a wide variety of stalls from EatChiswick and The Chiswick Collective.

From EatChiswick, there was The Cabin Grill ( pork sliders and cocktails), Cakehole London, the Coffee Traveller, Biltong & Cravings, Boxed Fresh (jerk chicken) and Quirky Bars (mulled wine)

The scene as children crowded around the shire horses- H. Keane

Others taking part included Wyndhams (burgers), Pho restaurant, Pink Cactus (Mexican street food), Le Swine (bacon butties)

The official' Switch On' - Pic Ian Wylie

Pic- Ian Wylie

From Chiswick Collective, there were a number of small independent local businesses offering a wide selection of gifts for all the family.


November 26, 2015

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