Festive cheer has started, with Christmas lights, trees and costumes
- Credit: Musgrove family
The spirit if Christmas is growing in Great Dunmow.
A Christmas tree has gone up in the town square, and festive parcels have been made to dress the tree.
Mayor Mike Coleman said: “Christmas this year is not going to be, or feel, normal. However, I would encourage everyone to make a huge effort to make it as festive as possible to, to support local traders, to follow the guidance and to care for each other. Together we can beat Covid-19 and look forward to a much better 2021.”
The Musgroves brought some cheer to a Great Bardfield relative on Sunday.
The family bubble - including Lola the dog - were dressed in Christmas costumes and sang Christmas songs.
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Residents in the villages have been getting into the festive spririt.
These are some of the houses that have been decorated with Christmas lights.
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