Deputy mayor switches on his Christmas lights in Leamington to raise money for homeless charity

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Thursday, 3rd December 2020, 4:04 pm

Leamington's deputy mayor Nick Wilkins switched his Christmas lights on Tuesday, December 1 in aid of the homeless charity LWS Night Shelter.

The lights in Hawthorne Road will be on from 5-10pm until January 6.

You can donate directly by visiting www.paypal.com/paypalme/lwsnightshelter

Leamington's deputy mayor Nick Wilkins switched his Christmas lights on Tuesday, December 1 in aid of the homeless charity LWS Night Shelter. Photo by Darren Lock.

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Leamington's deputy mayor Nick Wilkins switched his Christmas lights on Tuesday, December 1 in aid of the homeless charity LWS Night Shelter. Photo by Darren Lock.