Carols as festive tree is lit
Around 200 local residents braved freezing temperatures to gathered in Brookmans Park Village on Tuesday night for the switching on of the Christmas tree lights.
The choir of Chancellor's School led the carol singing for the second year running.
The tree was again paid for and erected by local Rotary Club members.
Local MP, Grant Shapps, flicked the switch at 6.30pm as Rotary volunteers passed around mince pies and mulled wine.
A collected was made for a number of Rotary Club charities, including Isabel Hospice - Children and Teenage bereavement support.
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