Christmas Eve bonanza of carols and a living nativity

Living Nativity and Carols in Selkirk on Xmas Eve. Rotary Club members dished out Mince pies.
Living Nativity and Carols in Selkirk on Xmas Eve. Rotary Club members dished out Mince pies.
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Selkirk was the place to be on Christmas Eve for a night featuring carol singing and a living nativity.

Backed by the Selkirk Silver band, people young and old sang a host of seasonal tunes at the top of their voice with some of the locals donned in costumes, and some feasting on mince pies during the seasonal fun.

Living Nativity and Carols in Selkirk on Xmas Eve. Mary and Joseph with baby Jesus.

Living Nativity and Carols in Selkirk on Xmas Eve. Mary and Joseph with baby Jesus.

A wooden stable was built with shepherds, the three kings and a Roman centurion all in attendance as local youngsters watched Mary and Joseph with the baby Jesus.

With the tree in the Market Square beautifully lit, observers wrapped up warm and braved the dipping winter temperatures to ensure Christmas was heralded with some annual yuletide cheer.

Living Nativity and Carols in Selkirk on Xmas Eve. Shepherds.

Living Nativity and Carols in Selkirk on Xmas Eve. Shepherds.

Living Nativity and Carols in Selkirk on Xmas Eve. Young and old took part in the carol  singing.

Living Nativity and Carols in Selkirk on Xmas Eve. Young and old took part in the carol singing.

Living Nativity and Carols in Selkirk on Xmas Eve. Young and old took part in the carol singing.

Living Nativity and Carols in Selkirk on Xmas Eve. Young and old took part in the carol singing.

Living Nativity and Carols in Selkirk on Xmas Eve. Young and old took part in the carol singing.

Living Nativity and Carols in Selkirk on Xmas Eve. Young and old took part in the carol singing.

Living Nativity and Carols in Selkirk on Xmas Eve. The Three Kings.

Living Nativity and Carols in Selkirk on Xmas Eve. The Three Kings.