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STREETS SHUT DOWN IN GOSFORD

The streets of Gosford were shutdown today for the annual Christmas Parade through the main street of town.

The parade has been running for more than 50 years – this year attracting 200 plus participants.

Hundreds of families, CBD workers and festive season enthusiasts crammed onto footpaths to see super heroes, jugglers and the Gosford City Pipe Band share the joy.

The biggest show stopper wasn’t Santa’s appearance but his real reindeers, with actual antlers brought in from Walkabout Park in the North Pole just for the day.

(Note: Vision Only, No Audio)

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Sarah EL-Moselhi returns to NBN as a freelance reporter and web writer. The former NBN Central Coast bureau chief holds more than 15 years of journalism experience. She has covered breaking news events, politics, sport, and many aberrant feature stories.

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