Residents have complained that you ‘wouldn’t even know it’s Christmas’ in one Nottingham high street, because of the lack of festive lighting.
Nottingham City Council have promised to put up more lights in Clifton next week after residents complained about the current offering.
Some described what is currently on show as “pathetic” and pointed out that displays in nearby areas were much more impressive.
Paul Bailey, 62, a semi-retired plumber who lives on Bridgnorth Street, Nottinghamshire, said:
Paul Jukes, 45, of Clifton, added:
Maria Watson agreed, the 47-year-old of Clifton resident, said:
There are some decorations already but the council has responded to the concerns, also expressed by local councillors, and will be putting up more lights around the area.
Councillor Graham Chapman, portfolio holder for resources and neighbourhood regeneration, said:
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