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PHOTOS: A storm waves warning for Christmas lights

PHOTOS: A storm waves warning for Christmas lights

Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 8:24am 20th December 2018. (Updated at 8:51am 20th December 2018)

The recent stormy weather has sparked a warning from the organisers of the Christmas lights display often dubbed Cornwall's most magical.

Dozens of visitors flock to Mousehole every year, to see the village lit up in all its festive glory.

However at the height of Tuesday's storm, huge waves were pictures crashing over the harbour wall.

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The recent stormy weather in Cornwall has sparked a warning for people coming to visit Mousehole's Christmas lights

Mousehole Harbour Lights posted a warning on its Facebook page, with more wet and windy weather on the cards.

Visitors are being urged to take extra care with where they stand when they come to see the lights.

"If you are visiting the village for the Christmas Lights please be aware that in stormy conditions it can be dangerous to venture on to the harbour walls.

"Photos from this afternoon. Big waves crash over at different states of the tide. Hope you have an enjoyable visit".

Mousehole Harbour Lights

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