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Countdown to Christmas: Are your decorations up? Send us your pictures

Published 25/11/2016

Christmas decorations light up a house on the Limestone Road in North Belfast. Pic by Peter Morrison
Christmas decorations light up a house on the Limestone Road in North Belfast. Pic by Peter Morrison
Christmas decorations light up a house on the Limestone Road in North Belfast. Pic by Peter Morrison

It's only one month to go until Christmas - and we want to see your decorations.

Towns and cities across the country have had their lights officially switched-on as they get ready to celebrate Christmas.

But now, with just weeks to go until Christmas Day - we want to see what way you have decorated your house.

Do you put lights outside? Snowmen?

<< Send us your pictures here with details of who you are and where they were taken >>

Ballymena was once again the first town in Northern Ireland to erect its Christmas tree.

Belfast welcomed the festive season on Saturday night with the arrival of the popular Christmas Market at City Hall as its lights were turned on.

Even BBC presenter Stephen Nolan shared his decorations with his followers earlier this week - encouraging the public to join him in putting the decorations up early.

 

 

Pacemaker Press Belfast 19-11-2016
Lily of Lily's Driftwood Bay and Tiny & Small from the Clangers helped Lord Mayor Brian Kingston switch-on the Christmas Lights in Belfast tonight. Joining them on stage, in front of City Hall, was also a choir from Springfield Primary School and the Cool FM Breakfast crew. Thousands of excited young people and their parents watched the lights being switched on to mark the start of the festive season in the city.
Picture By: Arthur Allison.
Pacemaker Press Belfast 19-11-2016 Lily of Lily's Driftwood Bay and Tiny & Small from the Clangers helped Lord Mayor Brian Kingston switch-on the Christmas Lights in Belfast tonight. Joining them on stage, in front of City Hall, was also a choir from Springfield Primary School and the Cool FM Breakfast crew. Thousands of excited young people and their parents watched the lights being switched on to mark the start of the festive season in the city. Picture By: Arthur Allison.
Pacemaker Press Belfast 19-11-2016 Lily of Lily's Driftwood Bay and Tiny & Small from the Clangers helped Lord Mayor Brian Kingston switch-on the Christmas Lights in Belfast tonight. Joining them on stage, in front of City Hall, was also a choir from Springfield Primary School and the Cool FM Breakfast crew. Thousands of excited young people and their parents watched the lights being switched on to mark the start of the festive season in the city. Picture By: Arthur Allison.
Pacemaker Press Belfast 19-11-2016 Lily of Lily's Driftwood Bay and Tiny & Small from the Clangers helped Lord Mayor Brian Kingston switch-on the Christmas Lights in Belfast tonight. Joining them on stage, in front of City Hall, was also a choir from Springfield Primary School and the Cool FM Breakfast crew. Thousands of excited young people and their parents watched the lights being switched on to mark the start of the festive season in the city. Picture By: Arthur Allison.
Pacemaker Press Belfast 19-11-2016 Lily of Lily's Driftwood Bay and Tiny & Small from the Clangers helped Lord Mayor Brian Kingston switch-on the Christmas Lights in Belfast tonight. Joining them on stage, in front of City Hall, was also a choir from Springfield Primary School and the Cool FM Breakfast crew. Thousands of excited young people and their parents watched the lights being switched on to mark the start of the festive season in the city. Picture By: Arthur Allison.
Pacemaker Press Belfast 19-11-2016 Lily of Lily's Driftwood Bay and Tiny & Small from the Clangers helped Lord Mayor Brian Kingston switch-on the Christmas Lights in Belfast tonight. Joining them on stage, in front of City Hall, was also a choir from Springfield Primary School and the Cool FM Breakfast crew. Thousands of excited young people and their parents watched the lights being switched on to mark the start of the festive season in the city. Picture By: Arthur Allison.
Pacemaker Press Belfast 19-11-2016 Lily of Lily's Driftwood Bay and Tiny & Small from the Clangers helped Lord Mayor Brian Kingston switch-on the Christmas Lights in Belfast tonight. Joining them on stage, in front of City Hall, was also a choir from Springfield Primary School and the Cool FM Breakfast crew. Thousands of excited young people and their parents watched the lights being switched on to mark the start of the festive season in the city. Picture By: Arthur Allison.
Pacemaker Press Belfast 19-11-2016 Lily of Lily's Driftwood Bay and Tiny & Small from the Clangers helped Lord Mayor Brian Kingston switch-on the Christmas Lights in Belfast tonight. Joining them on stage, in front of City Hall, was also a choir from Springfield Primary School and the Cool FM Breakfast crew. Thousands of excited young people and their parents watched the lights being switched on to mark the start of the festive season in the city. Picture By: Arthur Allison.
Pacemaker Press Belfast 19-11-2016 Lily of Lily's Driftwood Bay and Tiny & Small from the Clangers helped Lord Mayor Brian Kingston switch-on the Christmas Lights in Belfast tonight. Joining them on stage, in front of City Hall, was also a choir from Springfield Primary School and the Cool FM Breakfast crew. Thousands of excited young people and their parents watched the lights being switched on to mark the start of the festive season in the city. Picture By: Arthur Allison.
Pacemaker Press Belfast 19-11-2016 Lily of Lily's Driftwood Bay and Tiny & Small from the Clangers helped Lord Mayor Brian Kingston switch-on the Christmas Lights in Belfast tonight. Joining them on stage, in front of City Hall, was also a choir from Springfield Primary School and the Cool FM Breakfast crew. Thousands of excited young people and their parents watched the lights being switched on to mark the start of the festive season in the city. Picture By: Arthur Allison.
Pacemaker Press Belfast 19-11-2016 Lily of Lily's Driftwood Bay and Tiny & Small from the Clangers helped Lord Mayor Brian Kingston switch-on the Christmas Lights in Belfast tonight. Joining them on stage, in front of City Hall, was also a choir from Springfield Primary School and the Cool FM Breakfast crew. Thousands of excited young people and their parents watched the lights being switched on to mark the start of the festive season in the city. Picture By: Arthur Allison.
Pacemaker Press Belfast 19-11-2016 Lily of Lily's Driftwood Bay and Tiny & Small from the Clangers helped Lord Mayor Brian Kingston switch-on the Christmas Lights in Belfast tonight. Joining them on stage, in front of City Hall, was also a choir from Springfield Primary School and the Cool FM Breakfast crew. Thousands of excited young people and their parents watched the lights being switched on to mark the start of the festive season in the city. Picture By: Arthur Allison.
Pacemaker Press Belfast 19-11-2016 Lily of Lily's Driftwood Bay and Tiny & Small from the Clangers helped Lord Mayor Brian Kingston switch-on the Christmas Lights in Belfast tonight. Joining them on stage, in front of City Hall, was also a choir from Springfield Primary School and the Cool FM Breakfast crew. Thousands of excited young people and their parents watched the lights being switched on to mark the start of the festive season in the city. Picture By: Arthur Allison.
Pacemaker Press Belfast 19-11-2016 Lily of Lily's Driftwood Bay and Tiny & Small from the Clangers helped Lord Mayor Brian Kingston switch-on the Christmas Lights in Belfast tonight. Joining them on stage, in front of City Hall, was also a choir from Springfield Primary School and the Cool FM Breakfast crew. Thousands of excited young people and their parents watched the lights being switched on to mark the start of the festive season in the city. Picture By: Arthur Allison.
Pacemaker Press Belfast 19-11-2016 Lily of Lily's Driftwood Bay and Tiny & Small from the Clangers helped Lord Mayor Brian Kingston switch-on the Christmas Lights in Belfast tonight. Joining them on stage, in front of City Hall, was also a choir from Springfield Primary School and the Cool FM Breakfast crew. Thousands of excited young people and their parents watched the lights being switched on to mark the start of the festive season in the city. Picture By: Arthur Allison.
Pacemaker Press Belfast 19-11-2016 Lily of Lily's Driftwood Bay and Tiny & Small from the Clangers helped Lord Mayor Brian Kingston switch-on the Christmas Lights in Belfast tonight. Joining them on stage, in front of City Hall, was also a choir from Springfield Primary School and the Cool FM Breakfast crew. Thousands of excited young people and their parents watched the lights being switched on to mark the start of the festive season in the city. Picture By: Arthur Allison.

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