Wiltshire Publications

Christmas tree festival

Story posted on

All Saints Church Westbury will be holding its popular Christmas Tree Festival again this year with 50 decorated trees on display.

The festival will run from Friday 26th to Monday 29th November to Monday and will be formally opened by the deputy mayor, Ward Jones, at 6.30pm on Friday 26th November.

The opening times are Friday 26th November 2pm-8pm; Saturday 27th November 11am-8pm; Sunday 28th November 11am-4pm and Monday 29th November from 2pm-4pm for care home residents and reopened to the public on the same day from 4pm-6pm. Care homes are encouraged to book by appointment for the Monday 29th November.

There will be refreshments available for sale throughout the Christmas Tree Festival. On Friday some musical entertainment will be provided in the church and on Saturday 27th, a fairground organ will be providing music in the church yard.

All Saints Church prepared a Covid-safe plan for last year, but were unable to go ahead due to the lockdown. However, the church says it will be put to good use this year, to keep everyone safe. Hand sanitiser and masks will be advised and there will be a one-way system in place as you tour the church containing 50 trees. Entry to the event will be by donation and a guide containing a list of all their sponsors will be available for a small charge. 

For further information please contact the White Horse Team Office 01373 859450 or office@whtministry.org.uk

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *