The festive season has seen businesses in the coastal towns and Canterbury city centre benefiting from the crowds attracted by the Christmas lights and various seasonal activities, ranging from parades to competitions. Around 4,000 people packed into Canterbury to watch the switch-on of the city's lights, which this year extended throughout the centre. Local press advertising, an eight-page supplement, and distribution of a special 'Christmas in the City Guide' to homes across East Kent, all organised by Canterbury Connected, promoted the city's shops, restaurants, bars and events.
At the end of a busy 2015, I would like to thank C4B board members and associates for their support and wish you all a happy Christmas and a peaceful New Year.
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