Starting at 3.30pm, the brass band will lead a procession down to the harbour. There will be festive carols sung by a church choir, and plenty of celebrations before the big light switch on. Visitors can enjoy a hog roast, hot dogs, Christmas gros and more at the harbour and lifeboat station. There will even be a visit from Father Christmas too. At around 5pm the switch is thrown to light up the village, followed by a carol service lead by the chaplain of the lifeboat station. After this the grand finale will be a fireworks display for all to enjoy. Entrance costs £5 per car at the Visitors Centre after 3pm, with all proceeds to the RNLI.