Christmas tree festival at Glenorchy Church Exmouth

PUBLISHED: 17:00 08 December 2018

An entry from 2015. Picture: Terry Ife

An entry from 2015. Picture: Terry Ife


Trees are decorated in different themes representing aspects of the church’s community work

An entry from 2015. Picture: Terry IfeAn entry from 2015. Picture: Terry Ife

The wide-ranging community work done by Glenorchy Church, and the activities of its outreach groups, will be represented by decorated Christmas trees in the building..

Twelve trees will be decorated in a way that reflects activities including the Work Club, Bible Society, art group, walking group and the market that uses the church hall every Friday morning.

Other trees will have been decorated by a school, Women’s Institute branch, a florist, and there will be one representing all Exmouth’s charity shops. The church will also feature a nativity scene.

The Christmas Tree Festival will be opened by the mayor and Town Crier on Saturday, December 15, at 10am. After that it will be open to all, free of charge, from 10am until 1 p.m. until Saturday, December 22.

Organiser Angela Morland said: “We hope the Festival will be an enjoyable visual feast and an uplifting delight to enhance Christmas festivities for all the people of Exmouth and visitors to our town.”

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