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Lithglo to Be Revived
Lithgow Council is planning to breathe new life back into Lithglo and build on the early success of the event.
A Council spokesman said today, “The first Lithglo event was a huge success. It revolved around the spectacular illumination of a number of iconic heritage structures around the area which generated great public interest. The event in recent years has centred on markets in Queen Elizabeth Park and has lost its initial focus. We now plan to move the date to after the conclusion of daylight saving and once again focus on illuminations of iconic structures and promoting Lithgow’s Heritage assets.”
Council would still like to see markets held in in December 2017 and in this regard discussed partnering with the market company that provided the market stalls in 2016.
The spokesman added, “Council held discussions with the market providers of previous years, but despite putting forward options to support the event, they chose not participate. Whilst we are disappointed with their decision, we will now move forward and look for another partner as a market event in Queen Elizabeth Park in early summer is likely to be well supported in the community.”
This article archived 23 Oct 2017
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