Tonight: Hucknall's Christmas Carnival and lights switch-on
Thousands of people are expected to turn out for Hucknall's Christmas carnival and light switch-on tonight.
The Carnival, which is now in its 18th year, starts from 6pm, with a funfair, entertainment in the Market Place, a Christmas tree festival and a parade.
The Hucknall Rotary club, the event organisers, are expecting around 7,000 people to attend, adding that it's "the biggest event in Hucknall's calendar."
Capital FM's Dino and Pete will be on stage at 6pm and Kenneth Knight, council chairman and councillor for Hucknall West, will switch on the Christmas lights at about 6.45pm.
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The parade will include a band, floats, local groups and school children in uniforms or festive costumes.
There will also be stalls and refreshments along the High Street and at the John Godber Centre.
Roads will be closed for the parade, which will gather on the Market Place at 6.15pm and make its way up the High Street.
The Christmas tree festival will take place at St Mary Magdalene Church, where up to 70 individually decorated trees will be judged by an expected audience of about 1,000.
Live entertainment is also on the agenda with music from Phil Rostance & The Marshal Band.