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Festive spirit returns to St Peter's Church in March as it once again holds its Christmas Tree Festival



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A Fenland church is set to be filled with dazzling lights and tinsel as it's popular Christmas Tree Festival returns this year.

More than 50 individuals, groups and businesses have already come forward to create their own tree at St Peter's in March, which visitors set to judge them and vote for their favourite.

There are prizes up for grabs for the most popular and there is still time to decorate your tree all you have to do is contact organisers.

Flashback: The Christmas tree festival at St Peter's Church March is set to return this year.
Flashback: The Christmas tree festival at St Peter's Church March is set to return this year.

There is no fee and anyone can take part in the three-day event which runs from Friday (December 10) to Sunday 12.

The prizes will given for the favourite adult and children's trees. The trees have all been given a theme chosen by those responsible for decorating them.

The church will be open for people to view the trees from 12pm to 8pm Friday, 0.30am to 5pm on Saturday and 12.30pm to 2.30pm on Sunday, when the event will close with a Christingle service - again everyone is welcome to attend.

Flashback: The Christmas tree festival at St Peter's Church March is set to return this year.
Flashback: The Christmas tree festival at St Peter's Church March is set to return this year.

A raffle will also be run over the three days with prizes drawn on Sunday as the event closes.

Kath Ingram one of the organisers is asking for volunteers to help steward the event and anyone willing to help can either email stpsfestivals@outlook.com or call Kath on 01354 655352.

Kath added: "It is great that the festival is back, it won't be as big as the last one we held in 2019 but with around 50 trees it promises to be a lovely family event."



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