Published Sunday, 01 December 2013
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The programme began on Sunday with circus-themed entertainment in and around the city centre.
This included special appearances from a variety of performers, children's arts and crafts, drama workshops and free face painting.
Over subsequent weekends, the scheme will be extended to some of the main arterial routes in the north, south, east and west of the city.
The festivities are part of a £200,000 marketing boost from the council to encourage people to visit and spend money in Belfast.
Also providing Christmas cheer was Hi Five, a charity providing support for deaf children and their families. They were signing and singing carols at Victoria Square on Saturday.
For more information on what is happening in and around Belfast over the Christmas period visit the Belfast City Council website.
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