2014 Festival of Christmas Trees

Fri 12th December 2014 - Sun 14th December 2014

Bridlington Rotary Club Annual Christmas Tree Festival An opportunity for local organisations to represent themselves by dressing a Christmas Tree to be placed in St Johns Burlington Church

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What a brilliant start to our Second Christmas Tree Festival with the official opening by the Town Mayor and her Consort and the Town Crier.

The church and adjoining rooms looked splendid with trees demonstrating a remarkable degree of creativity and imagination.

The gala concert by the Driffield Male Voice Choir was greatly appreciated as were all the musical contributions throughout the first weekend.

And throughout it all the ladies and gentlemen of the Church Caf were busy serving refreshments and the ladies of Marie Curie running their tombola.

 

And so to our final weekend and this is the programme so please give it your full support.

 

Friday 12th December

Church open for viewing between 10am and 5pm admission is free.

The entertainment during the day will be provided by:

10-30am    Martongate Primary School

12-30pm   Hilderthorpe Junior School

2-00pm     Our Lady & St Peters RC Primary School

3-30pm    Bay Primary School

 

Saturday 13th December

Church open for viewing between 10am and 5pm admission free.

The entertainment during the day will be provided by:

10-30am and 12-30pm   The Angel Band

2-00pm    Remarkable Theatre Company

3-30pm   Ad Hoc

 

Sunday 14th December

Church open for viewing between 12 noon and 4pm

 

4-00pm  Service of Celebration to close the Festival with the Churches Together Choir and Coastal Voices and congregational carols and Christmas readings.

A collection will be taken for Marie Curie and Rotary charities.

It is going to be a busy weekend - but with your support we trust a successful weekend.

 

Monday 15th December

 

Please collect your trees and take them home  between 10am and 5-30pm

 

And a big thank you to all who have helped to make it a great Second Festival of Christmas Trees.

 

And so we now plan for our third Festival

 

 

John Fisher (Festival Organiser)

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