Doggy Santa pays a visit
CHRISTMAS cheer has well and truly taken hold - even with man s best friends.
CHRISTMAS cheer has well and truly taken hold - even with man's best friends.
Residents in Axbridge, Weston, Wrington, Worle and Winscombe have kicked off the season with fetes, fairs and a host of festive fun.
To see all the photos read the Weston & Somerset Mercury on Thursday.
Waggy Tails doggy line-dancing group held a Christmas party for its members.
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The group, which usually meets in Badgworth, enjoyed a variety of four-legged friendly games and even had a doggy Santa visit the party at Winscombe Community Centre.
A doggy of a different kind arrived in Wrington for the big Christmas lights turn on. Wallace and Gromit helped flick the switch much to the delight of the village's youngsters.
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On Saturday, carollers, face-painters and Santa packed out The Square in Axbridge for a Christmas market.
And officers from the police and fire service joined in the fun at the Milton Road festive fair in Weston where there were games and stalls galore.
On Sunday, a special advent service was held in the Night Jar pub in Mead Vale where all the youngsters given candles to help with the Christmas count down.