Posted: January 2017
There will be 21 decorated Christmas Trees to see and vote on this Saturday 9th December. The trees will be arranged around the church, each one decorated by a different group. Some are church groups and some are other users of our church and community centre. Admission is free but you are invited to vote for the tree you like best by placing a donation in the box in front of it.
In the hall behind the Church, there will be refreshments and craft stalls as well as the extensive range of Cards For Good Causes charity Christmas cards.
All proceeds of the Christmas Tree Festival will go towards the Church Welcome Project, where we will be updating the front Welcome area of our church. For more details, click here.
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