PUBLISHED: 15:52 19 December 2011
More than 30 volunteers lent a hand to decorate a copse of nine Christmas Trees at A la Ronde near Exmouth.
All the trees were donated by different organisations and have been decorated in lots of different ways.
One Christmas Tree was decorated purely by shells and natural or recyclable materials.
While another is a wish tree, adorned with ribbons and visitors are invited to make a wish and add a donation to The National Trust.
The trees were donated by Seaton Primary School, The Dolphin School and nursery, St Peter’s Preparatory School Lympstone, the 1st Lympstone Beaver Scouts, Exmouth in Bloom, the Walky Talky group and A la Ronde volunteers from the garden and the house.
Volunteer Hilary Burrow said: “It was fantastic team effort.
“The trees will now be on display until December 18. Please come and have look. They look amazing.”