Unusual Christmas trees celebrated at festival at St Nicholas Church in Fundenhall
- Credit: Sonya Duncan
It is a staple of many families' festivities, and the Christmas tree is being celebrated at an event in Fundenhall.
More than 30 Christmas trees will be on display at the St Nicholas Church, with trees sponsored by surrounding charities and families in memory of children and loved ones.
The Christmas Tree Festival, now in its second year, will be rounded off with a Christmas Bazaar for all the family. Special guest St Nicholas will join the celebrations to tell the original tale behind Father Christmas.
Carol Eastwood said: 'The trees are very unusual. Last year we had trees made of toys, egg boxes, horse shoes and even one with decorations all made from tarpaulin by a local tarpaulin company.
'Many this year are keeping the tree and types of decoration secret for the great reveal.'
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The trees can be viewed from 3.30pm-7pm from Monday, December 4.
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