Pictures: Christmas-time in Exmouth

PUBLISHED: 16:52 19 December 2017 | UPDATED: 10:10 20 December 2017

The town band playing outside M&S on Saturday 16th, getting us in the Christmas mood. Picture: Jean Holden

The town band playing outside M&S on Saturday 16th, getting us in the Christmas mood. Picture: Jean Holden

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Feeling festive yet? Take a look at our readers’ pictures to get you in the Christmas mood.

My husband puts our lights up every year the children love it as do the neighbours and people always slow down when driving past. Picture: Maggie Lee My husband puts our lights up every year the children love it as do the neighbours and people always slow down when driving past. Picture: Maggie Lee

We’ve seen lots of festive photos from around Exmouth taken by our readers. Here is a selection of some of the ones that have been shared with us so far.

Send us yours: We’d love to include your photos of Exmouth and district in this festive photo gallery. You can send us your photos on our Journal Facebook page, on our @exmouthjournal Twitter account or through our image-sharing website iwitness24.

Every year my husband puts the lights up in our house. It maybe only tiny, but hes done himself proud, and I know both our dads will be looking down on us. Happy Christmas!! Picture: Michelle Hankins Every year my husband puts the lights up in our house. It maybe only tiny, but hes done himself proud, and I know both our dads will be looking down on us. Happy Christmas!! Picture: Michelle Hankins

The town band playing outside M&S on Saturday 16th, getting us in the Christmas mood. Picture: Jean Holden The town band playing outside M&S on Saturday 16th, getting us in the Christmas mood. Picture: Jean Holden

The town band playing outside M&S on Saturday 16th, getting us in the Christmas mood. Picture: Jean Holden The town band playing outside M&S on Saturday 16th, getting us in the Christmas mood. Picture: Jean Holden

Year two pupils from The Beacon C of E Primary School visited Bronte Court on Thursday, December 14, to sing some songs from their recent nativity play and some Christmas carols. Picture: The Beacon Primary School Year two pupils from The Beacon C of E Primary School visited Bronte Court on Thursday, December 14, to sing some songs from their recent nativity play and some Christmas carols. Picture: The Beacon Primary School

Father Christmas visits the children of Little Otters preschool in East Budleigh and says hello to the people at the village shop. Picture: Peter Bowler Father Christmas visits the children of Little Otters preschool in East Budleigh and says hello to the people at the village shop. Picture: Peter Bowler

Father Christmas visits the children of Little Otters preschool in East Budleigh and says hello to the people at the village shop. Picture: Peter Bowler Father Christmas visits the children of Little Otters preschool in East Budleigh and says hello to the people at the village shop. Picture: Peter Bowler

Father Christmas visits the children of Little Otters preschool in East Budleigh and says hello to the people at the village shop. Picture: Peter Bowler Father Christmas visits the children of Little Otters preschool in East Budleigh and says hello to the people at the village shop. Picture: Peter Bowler

Father Christmas visits the children of Little Otters preschool in East Budleigh and says hello to the people at the village shop. Picture: Peter Bowler Father Christmas visits the children of Little Otters preschool in East Budleigh and says hello to the people at the village shop. Picture: Peter Bowler

Father Christmas visits the children of Little Otters preschool in East Budleigh and says hello to the people at the village shop. Picture: Peter Bowler Father Christmas visits the children of Little Otters preschool in East Budleigh and says hello to the people at the village shop. Picture: Peter Bowler

Father Christmas visits the children of Little Otters preschool in East Budleigh and says hello to the people at the village shop. Picture: Peter Bowler Father Christmas visits the children of Little Otters preschool in East Budleigh and says hello to the people at the village shop. Picture: Peter Bowler

All Saints' Church Exmouth recently held its second festival.Over 50 trees imaginatively decorated. Picture: Will Robertson All Saints' Church Exmouth recently held its second festival.Over 50 trees imaginatively decorated. Picture: Will Robertson

All Saints' Church Exmouth recently held its second festival.Over 50 trees imaginatively decorated. Picture: Will Robertson All Saints' Church Exmouth recently held its second festival.Over 50 trees imaginatively decorated. Picture: Will Robertson

All Saints' Church Exmouth recently held its second festival.Over 50 trees imaginatively decorated. Picture: Will Robertson All Saints' Church Exmouth recently held its second festival.Over 50 trees imaginatively decorated. Picture: Will Robertson

My three legged rescue cat Sheldon getting in the festive spirit with his gingerbread friend. Picture: Rosie Martin My three legged rescue cat Sheldon getting in the festive spirit with his gingerbread friend. Picture: Rosie Martin

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