Truro was lit up by bright lanterns and the city's Christmas lights last night. Children and artists came together for the annual event.Read the full story ›
Organisers say forecast bad weather would put the giant lanterns at risk. The parade will take place in January at a date to be fixedRead the full story ›
For this the second day of our Christmas countdown we're heading down memory lane to the capital of Cornwall, circa 2009.
Take a look at Truro's City of Light's lantern parade, did this year's top it?
Truro is the place to be tonight as the annual City of Lights Parade takes place - where hundreds of children lead a lantern parade.Read the full story ›
Thousands of people were out in Truro this evening for the City of Lights Festival.Read the full story ›
Thousands of people are getting ready to come out onto the streets of Truro for one of the most colourful events in the West Country calendar - the City of Lights Festival. A dazzling array of lanterns will light up the streets.
Steve Hardy joined a crowd of 800 school children as they prepare for the festivities.
Thousands of people will be in Truro tonight for this year's City of Lights parade, which is themed 'Heroes', inspired by the First World War.
People from across the county come to see the procession of giant lanterns handmade by hundreds of local schoolchildren.
The event also marks the beginning of the city's festive celebrations.
A record 35,000 people turned out for Truro's annual City of Lights parade last night.Organisers say the unusually mild weather attracted an extra 10,000 spectators to the event compared to previous years.
Thousands lined the streets of Truro last night for the annual City of Lights festival.
Giant lanterns paraded through the city centre to mark the start of the festive season.
More than 750 local school children spent weeks making the spectacular creations, this year with a royal theme. Kathy Wardle reports.
Thousands lined the streets of Truro tonight for the annual City of Lights festival.
The event sees giant lanterns paraded through the city centre to mark the start of the festive season.
More than 750 local school children spent weeks making the spectacular creations, this year with a royal theme.