The much-loved Wraysbury Christmas Tree Festival is taking place at St Andrews Church from the 25th-26th November 2016
The festival, organised by the Wraysbury Primary School PTFA, sees various youth and adult groups from the village along with local business’s and school classes creating unique and individual Christmas Trees, which will be displayed as an exhibition within St Andrew’s Church.
As the Christmas Tree Festival takes place in November it has become a celebrated event that heralds the festive season and gets everyone into the Christmas spirit. It includes carols, mince pies, tinsel, baubles and of course lots of other items you never thought you would see associated with a Christmas tree.
Christmas Tree entries may be made of anything, and the only limit is the imagination. In past years we have seen Christmas trees made of gingerbread, wool, chocolate, wine corks, brussell sprouts, tennis balls and even cheese.Entrants are encouraged to be as creative as possible and each year the community manages to raise the bar with the unexpected.
Entrance to the Christmas Tree Festival is free of charge. Visitors to this fabulous festive forest will also have the opportunity to vote for their favorite tree, and prizes will be awarded to the tree with the most votes within each of the categories, with the overall winner receiving “The Peoples Choice Trophy”
Many of the trees are also being offered for sale via silent auction, so if you’d like to find something unusual to decorate your home or office this Christmas then please come along and place a bid!
The exhibition will be supported by performances from Wraysbury School Children and Church Choir along with a cake stall, festive stall and refreshments.
The Christmas Tree Festival is a fundraising opportunity for Wraysbury Primary School.
Friday 25th November 2016 12noon – 5pm
Saturday 26th November 2016 10am – 3pm
Venue, St Andrew’s Chruch, Wraysbury, TW19 5DG