The Christmas tree fell hours after the lights were turned on
A Merseyside Christmas tree has already been destroyed, just hours after the lights went out.
saw last night formby The lights are lit, with the city adorned from head to toe in festive ornaments.
Despite the generous efforts of Formby Parish Council, the Christmas tree has already faltered, along with a giant snowman.
One of the townspeople, who asked not to be named, said to sound echo: “Not even after a day which is [the snowman] I took a stumble. I’d like to think it was a case of too much wine, not that someone pushed it.”
Photos show a snowman leaning on a bulkhead outside Formby Pool in Brows Lane, with a horizontal Christmas tree atop a wooden fence on the roundabout of Chapel Lane and Three Turns Lane.
It is currently unclear whether the decorations were the victim of antisocial behavior, or whether it was the weather that caused the city’s decorations to fall.
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Bob McCann of Formby Parish Council of the European Commission Humanitarian Aid Office (ECHO) said: “We are clearly disappointed that the two Christmas structures became misplaced overnight.
“I am waiting to hear from our contractors whether this is due to the wind or whether it is the result of antisocial behaviour.”
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