|50 Christmas Trees in a Church Dickleburgh, South Norfolk|
Event organiser Rev James Roskelly said: “We are delighted with the response from the local community, contributing 53 decorated trees to our event. The church will be full of Christmas Trees, celebrating this year’s theme, ‘Signs and Wonders of Christmas’.”
South Norfolk MP Richard Bacon will officially open the Christmas Tree festival at 5pm on Saturday, November 29. The festival is then open daily 10am -7pm, except Sunday, December 7, when it closes at 4pm for the prize giving.
Entrance is free, but there is a charge for the programme and voting slip. The Christmas tree festival is raising money for two charities, Elizabeth's Legacy of Hope and Ormiston Families.
The event has a competitive side, as each organisation that enters a tree has the chance to win prize money in the visitors’ vote for the best adult and children’s tree. There is also a special award for the most innovative tree.
Programme and voting slip charge: adult £3.50, concessions £3, children free and pre-booked groups £2.75 per adult.
Morning coffee, light lunches and teas are served every day throughout the festival in Dickleburgh Church Rooms (next to the church).
Dickleburgh village is to the north of Diss, just off the A140. For more information t. 01379 676256, http://www.50christmastrees.com.