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Ullapool sets scene for 'creel tree' festive lights switch-on

By Hector MacKenzie

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A WESTER Ross village that took inspiration from its fishing heritage is preparing for a spectacular Christmas lights switch-on like no other.

Ullapool's Creel Tree feature has become a major local attraction in recent years in the run-up to the festive season.

This year's switch-on has been locally arranged for 5.30pm on Thursday with a creel sponsor, Joseph Hilton, picked from the hat at a draw earlier this week, getting the honour.

The voluntary group Ullapool Fire & Light, established in 2006 to deliver local events for the community, posted: "Afterwards, why not enjoy some late night shopping as the village comes together to welcome in the festive season.We hope to see you there!"

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The lights are expected to remain on until the first week of January.

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