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Send in your photos and light up our lives this Christmas

AS THE festive season bears down with unimaginable speed, across the Coffs Coast the symbols of Christmas are going up.

From Coramba to Corindi and Beacon Hill to Bonville, Christmas lights are being unpacked, unravelled, checked and strung across windows, rooftops and gardens.

If you are among those who bring brightness and dazzling cheer to Christmas, we'd like to be able to drive carloads of admirers your way.

Once your festive lights are in place, email a high resolution image and your address to editor@coffscoastadvocate.com.au.

We'll create an image gallery on our website and a listing in our papers to send people to your place to kickstart the festive spirit.

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