The Christmas season is up and running in Nenagh and it was given its official launch by Cathaoirleach Fiona Bonfield, who had today the honour of turning on the Nenagh Christmas lights. A huge crowd attended the turning on ceremony and it was also attended by Minister Alan Kelly TD and his children, plus the Tipperary All-Star hurler Shane McGrath. To add to the festive atmosphere, the Nenagh Gaelscoil Choir performed a selection of carols, while Tipp FM were also on hand to broadcast a number of popular Christmas tunes.
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