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Tonight's Big' Switch On' - George's official floodlighting

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The Big Switch On — This evening on the Millfield at 9pm.

The Parish Council has confirmed that floodlighting for George the war horse and the war memorial will officially be switched on by the Chairman. There will be a short commemoration on the Millfield tonight, Wednesday 9 September, at 9pm. The event will coincide with Her Majesty the Queen becoming the longest reigning monarch as well as commemorating those lost and injured in service. The lighting has been provided by a generous private donation and Bolesworth Estate. Anyone will be welcome to attend and a hot drink will be served in The Green Room of the Barbour Institute following the commemoration. We look forward to seeing you.

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