Christmas Tree Festival Winners – 2021

Thank you to everybody who joined us at our Christmas Tree Festival last weekend and supported this wonderful community event! Over the course of two days, we welcomed many visitors to St Paul’s, who came along to view and vote for their favourite Christmas trees – all supplied and beautifully decorated by local schools, charities, organisations and businesses. We certainly have some creative minds within our local community – the trees were absolutely fantastic!!!

The votes have been counted and verified and we now have the great pleasure in announcing the very worthy winners of this year’s Christmas Tree Festival as follows:

1st Place - Wycliffe CE Primary School

2nd Place - The Little Craft House - Saltaire

3rd Place - Veg on the Edge

Many congratulations to our three winners, who will each receive a certificate and a cash prize of:

1st Place – £70

2nd Place – £40

3rd Place – £20

The prize fund is made up of the £5 that each organisation paid to sponsor a tree at the festival, plus a very generous donation of £20 by Tambourine Coffee, who unfortunately could not take part in the festival this year.

We don’t want to forget the fantastic efforts of our other tree sponsors, so a huge well done and a huge thank you to everybody for taking part! Here are a few more photos showcasing these wonderful trees:

We are already planning next year’s Christmas Tree Festival, which will take place over the weekend of 26th/27th November 2022. We hope to have space for at least 30 Christmas trees, so if you are a local school, charity, organisation or business and would like to take part, please get in touch via the Contact Us page and we’ll reserve a spot for you now!

This year’s Christmas trees will remain in church until the New Year, where they will be lit up at selected services throughout the Advent and Christmas season, so if you didn’t get a chance to come along to the festival, perhaps you can see them at one of our upcoming services.

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