Stalham’s Christmas tree festival more popular than ever in its 12th year
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Stalham's Christmas tree festival at St Mary's Church is now in its 12th year and is more popular than ever with nearly 70 trees on show in 2017.
The event is supported by the whole community and the idea is that each contributor decorates their tree in a way that reflects what their group or business is all about.
The trees are a mix of real, artificial and in some cases completely homemade.
Also on display will be a number of nativity sets from the collection of Elizabeth Jackson.
Refreshments will be available throughout the free festival, which runs from Saturday, December 2 to Sunday, December 10, 10am-4pm each day, from midday on Sundays.
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St Mary's will be open until 7pm as part of the Stalham yuletide market on December 3, and from 6pm to 8pm on December 8 for mulled wine and mince pies.
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