THE Christmas decorations and trees might be coming down soon – but not at St Thomas’ Church in Lees.
Over the festive period, 25 eye-catching Christmas trees have been on display, sponsored by parishioners, friends of the church and local businesses.
And you can still view them during church services and every Tuesday and Saturday from 10.30am-1pm until Saturday, January 25.
The festival is a Harvest Queen tradition, started in 2014 by Harvest Queen Lucy Hampshire and it has grown in size every year, raising money for the church.
This year’s event was launched for the first time with workshops including decorating gingerbread men, making cards and reindeer food.