Olympic silver medallist Louis Smith will be switching on the Christmas lights at a shopping centre in his home city of Peterborough tonight.
The Strictly Come Dancing star was chosen to light up the Serpentine Green shopping centre in Hampton after shoppers were asked via Facebook who they would like to do this year's switch on.
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Hundreds turned out to welcome gymnast Louis Smith back to the Huntingdon Gym Club.
Louis, who won a silver and a bronze in the Olympics, was visiting the gym where he trains before heading to Peterborough for an open-top bus ride.
Peterborough City Council have announced plans to welcome Olympic silver medallist back home.
The Olympic silver and bronze medal winner will be given an open top bus parade around the city on Saturday.
The event starts at 1.30pm outside the Town Hall.
The 'undersweep' as it has been dubbed was created by Ross Strowthers Louis's friend and barber since he was a child. Louis got the Train back to the 'Headz Up' salon two days before competing to create the eye catching look. The haircut cost just £12 but Ross says Louis tipped him twice that.
Peterborough gymnast Louis Smith caught the train back to the 'Headz Up' salon two days before competing to create his eye catching look.Read the full story ›
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