The wonderful St Anne’s Parish Church Charity Christmas Tree Festival is currently taking place inside St Anne’s Parish Church and is free to visit between 1.30 p.m. and 4.30 p.m. each day from Saturday 10th December to Saturday 17th December.
You are warmly invited to enjoy the true Christmas atmosphere and see the beautiful display of 20 Christmas trees, each brilliantly festooned with twinkling lights are on display. Each has been lovingly decorated, many with handcrafted baubles and ornaments.
The trees are sponsored by members of the congregation and local organisations, and each tree is dedicated to a charity – local, national or international.
And there are added attractions during the Festival. These include:
- Refreshments, including tea, coffee, mince pies and cakes
- Cake Stall
- Craft Stall
- Bottle Stall
- Prize Quiz
- Grand Draw (with a first prize of £150)
The Church pews will also be decorated with wreaths, dedicated to the memory of loved ones.
To end the week, on Saturday 17th December, from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m., there will be a concert of Christmas music, given by The Lidun Singers, under the leadership of Alistair MacKenzie. Tickets cost £10 and will include refreshments; there is no charge for children under 16.