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Stirling Council revealed an updated events programme for its popular annual Winter Festival in light of latest Scottish Government advice and Covid-19 regulations.
Unfortunately this has included taking the difficult decision to scale back events that involve mass gatherings of people in order to protect the health of the public and traders.
Christmas lights still set to sparkle
Stirling will still be full of festive spirit and local shops are gearing up for a ‘Shop Local’ focus this year. The Christmas Lights will be switched on over the weekend of 14/15th of November, bringing their usual sparkle and cheer to the city centre.
Due to the current Covid-19 restrictions, there will be no outdoor mass public event on King Street or reindeer parade.
Stirling's Hogmanay in your home
Stirling’s Hogmanay still promises fireworks as New Year celebrations go digital, beamed directly into people’s homes, with entertainment from venues around the city.
The current restrictions on mass gatherings means Stirling’s Hogmanay on the Castle Esplanade will not take place this year.
However, the Council’s annual firework display will still bring in the New Year with a bang, offering a unique and special display reflecting on the challenging year just gone in and looking ahead to more positive times in 2021.
Lighting up the sky directly from the National Wallace Monument, the showcase will allow residents from across Stirling to view the fireworks from the safety of their own homes.
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