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Festival Of Christmas Trees Comes To Bridlington

Festival Of Christmas Trees Comes To Bridlington

Published by Karen Liu at 6:01am 6th December 2019.

Bridlington is getting festive this weekend.

Christmas is coming as The Rotary Club of Bridlington is holding its 7th annual "Festival of Christmas Trees" this weekend and next.

The dates are Friday 6th December - Sunday 8th December and Friday 13th December - Sunday 15th December.

The venue is St John's Burlington Methodist Church, St John's Street, Bridlington.

The event is in aid of Yorkshire Cancer Research and local Rotary charities.

It is anticipated there will be around 60 decorated and illuminated Christmas trees contributed by local schools/ charities/uniformed organisations/churches and businesses.

The church and adjoining rooms are open for viewing on both Fridays and Saturdays between 10am and 4pm and on both Sundays between 12 noon and 4pm.

On the two Fridays there will be special singing by local school choirs and on the two Saturdays singing by local music groups/choirs.

Admission to the Festival is free but there are buckets in aid of the charities around the building for donations.

Tonight (Friday 6th December) we have a Gala Concert with Weighton Waytes Choir and Hilderthorpe Primary School Choir.

Tickets are £5 (children free) and may be obtained from any member of Bridlington Rotary Club or direct from John Fisher 01262-851785.

Email: johnaf123@btinternet.com

Throughout the Festival, the church runs a café offering drinks and excellent light meals at competitive prices.

The 7th Annual "Festival of Christmas Trees" concludes on Sunday 15th December at 4-30pm with a Celebration.

There will be special singing from the "Churches Together Choir" and "Sewerby Methodist Choir" plus congregational carols.

Further details can be obtained from John Fisher Tel 01262-851785  Email: johnaf123@btinternet.com

 

 

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