Kellands Gloucester is the proud sponsor of the Tewkesbury Christmas Lights and we are delighted to say that they were turned on again this year.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, unfortunately the famous Tewkesbury Christmas Fair, which involves a farmer’s market, loads of Christmas stalls, fairground rides, on-street entertainment, had to be deferred until 2021. There was even, a possibility at one point, that Tewkesbury could be left in the dark this Christmas!

However, with the tremendous help of its sponsors, including Kellands Gloucester, and the local community, they managed to meet their £8000 target, and a bit more besides, so Tewkesbury was lit up once again.

To find out more about the Tewkesbury Christmas Lights and how to make a donation, check out the tewkesbury christmas lights website today.

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