My Kitten wrote:Glasgow's are certainly looking a bit shabby.
What would you like to see in Glasgow's fine city centre?
Are there decorations you are ashamed of? proud of?
I'd like to see more decorations around the city, there seems to be a lack of willingness by businesses to titivate the outsides of their businesses. Out city is cold and depressing looking enough in this weather, surely we deserve some twinkles?
Sauchiehall Street, Buchanan Street, Argyle Street and along the clydeside are my particular bug bears at lack of twinkliness.
Out of town decorations too - Dumbarton's - they give me a chuckle.
Smartalex wrote:I believe that more stores should take the same route as the old Lewis's window displays on Argyle Street at Christmas most shops now are too interested in showing their products and wares than being more involved in the christmas spirit.
Alex Glass wrote:The fact that people were willing to que for the tickets knowing that the lights are the same has not detracted from the event. The switching on of the lights at George Square has become more popular in the last 5 years. For the health and safety of the public it was decided that this year the event would be all ticket.
glasgowken wrote:There's a very brief shot of Lewis's at Christmas in this Glasgow transport video.
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