PLYMOUTH'S city centre will sparkle extra brightly this festive season with a new and spectacular display of Christmas lights that haven't been seen before.
A beautiful wave-shaped arch will form a new walk-through entrance to Plymouth Christmas Market close to the Sundial, while at the other end of the market the giant bauble archway will be redressed in multi-coloured lights.
Elsewhere in the city centre the streets will be lit up with giant sail banners and, for the first time in the city, curtains of light and other features that can be animated and used all year-round The Plymouth City Centre Company, which runs the city centre Business Improvement District (BID), is working with a newly appointed Christmas lights supplier, LITE Ltd & Twinkly UK, to create the new display.
The incredible spectacle will be switched on from Thursday November 18 coinciding with the first latenight shopping evening.
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